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Twitter finally brings the chronological timeline back

If you are a Twitter user, you are probably familiar with the frustration of seeing your timeline showing tweets that were posted hours ago instead of ones from a few seconds ago. Twitter’s policy of showing the ‘Best Tweets First’ meant that the timeline was a confusing mess, but there is hope on the horizon […]

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The latest Pixel 3 leak came from the back of a Lyft

In a truly global smartphone market, unreleased devices leak all the time. It's become almost impossible for Apple, Samsung and other major handset manufacturers to keep designs, specifications and features of their latest flagship secret before thei…
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Google Fit gets a makeover to tempt you back into your exercise routine

Fitbit isn’t the only company making waves in the digital fitness community this week. Google has also redesigned its Google Fit app, the backbone of fitness tracking on Wear OS and on Android devices that aren’t Samsung. The new redesign was made with input from the American Heart Association and World Health Organization, so Google […]

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[TA Deals] Back up all of your stuff with this heavily discounted iDrive lifetime subscription!

The search for a way to back up the most important things on phones and tablets ends today. On Talk Android Deals, IDrive’s unlimited mobile backup solution is $ 20 for a limited time. That’s because we’re hosting the service as our featured deal of the day. Let’s get everything on your mobile devices backed up for […]

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Nokia 7 Plus running Android P bumped back to Android Oreo

Running beta versions of software, even entire operating systems, always comes with some risks that something will get severely messed up. It is rare that problems rise above the level of annoyance, but when it does happen it can be quite maddening. Owner’s of HMD Global‘s Nokia 7 Plus smartphones who decided to take on […]

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Facebook goes back to basics: People

Over the past couple of years, Facebook has frequently tweaked its News Feed algorithms to deliver stories that are relevant and of interest to you. It was a strategy that, up until now, seemed to be the way forward for the site. But that's all about…
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YouTube Rewind live with a look back at 2017

If you ever wondered what videos you wasted spent time watching on YouTube in 2017, the video platform has a report out that will help you figure out which branches of the rabbit hole you my have gone down. Google provides this YouTube Rewind report each as a way to portray some openness around the platform […]

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Nest might get folded back into Google’s hardware division

Nest has been riding the struggle bus for the past few years, turning pretty much no profit and putting Alphabet in a difficult decision about what to do with the hardware company. Well, it looks like Alphabet’s plan might be to just squish Nest back into Google’s hardware division, ending the smart home manufacturer’s autonomous […]

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Lean back and watch YouTube TV with a new app for your big screen

Since the launch of YouTube TV in April, you’ve streamed live sports, local and national news, and can’t-miss shows on your phone, tablet and computer. Now, we’re psyched to announce our new YouTube TV app, made for the big screen.

We know you love watching TV content on, well, your TV. In fact, over half the time spent watching YouTube TV is consumed through Chromecast on the big screen. And members who stream with a Chromecast are highly engaged, watching over four hours a day on the weekends with football season back in full swing.

So today we’re excited to unveil the new YouTube TV app built for TV devices. In the next few days, you’ll be able to stream live TV through the new YouTube TV app on Android TV devices including NVIDIA SHIELD and TVs with Android TV built-in, such as Sony, as well as on the Xbox One family of devices (Xbox One, Xbox One S, and soon Xbox One X).

In the coming weeks we’ll be launching the new app on Smart TVs, such as LG, Samsung, Sony, along with Apple TV. We also recently expanded our TV device support by launching voice commands with Google Home paired with Chromecast.

If you love the simplicity of finding your favorite content on the mobile app, you’ll be happy to know you’ll still find our signature tabs on the TV app as well–home, live and library. Finding, playing, and recording your favorite live TV is as simple as before.

Here’s what’s new on this TV app:

  • Control your live TV experience with your TV’s remote control or game controller.
  • For a more cinematic look, we made the background dark on your TVs.
  • A new Live guide made for your big screen so you can get a sneak-peek at what’s airing soon.
  • Never miss the action with our background playback experience built for your big screen.
  • Easily pick up where you left off on another device when you get home.

If you aren’t a YouTube TV member, try it out free today and start watching on the big screen right away. With game 6 of the World Series® tomorrow and a possibly historic game 7 on Wednesday, now’s the time to start your free trial.

YouTube TV is now available in all top 50 metro areas, covering over two-thirds of the U.S. We’re expanding quickly, so visit tv.youtube.com and sign up to be notified when we launch in your market.

Okalo Ikhena, YouTube TV Product Manager, recently watched all five World Series® games live on the big screen with the new YouTube TV app.


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Uber is ready to cut a deal to get its London license back

Uber may have lost its London taxi license with no small amount of drama, but it's already willing to make concessions. The ridesharing outfit's city manager Tom Elvidge tells the Sunday Times that he would "like to know what [Uber] can do" to "get t…
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On-again, off-again Samsung Bixby home assistant device back on

It has been an on and off effort by Samsung on working toward release of their own version of a smart home assistant device to compete with Google Home, Amazon Echo and the Apple HomePod. In July word first came out that Samsung was working on a device to compete in that market, but progress […]

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Nokia 6 review: The brand is back, but this phone is full of compromises

The Nokia 6 is the first Nokia phone we’ve seen in several years. It also marks the first smartphone that’s technically from HMD Global, who has taken the reigns for producing Nokia devices. Most importantly, the Nokia 6 is the first in a new line of Android-powered devices from the historic company, who finally ditched Windows as […]

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Evan Blass shares the front, back, and sides of the LG V30

There it is. An image showing the LG V30 from nearly every angle has leaked. Evan Blass, the mobile industry insider at VentureBeat, just gave us the best look yet at LG’s upcoming phone by showing the front, back, and sides. Although it’ll still belong to the V series, the V30 marks a clear pivot away […]

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FCC back at full strength after Senate appoints two new members

The FCC is no longer shorthanded after seven months of operating below max capacity now that the Senate has finally appointed two new commissioners. In a statement released today, the agency has named Jessica Rosenworcel and Brendan Carr to fill the…
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Taylor Swift is getting back together with Spotify

Taylor Swift must have shaken off any bad blood left between her and Spotify, because you'll soon be able to listen to her music on the service again. In fact, you'll be able to access her entire back catalog not just on Spotify, but also on every ex…
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The DROIDs you are looking for will be back on Verizon

Earlier this week Motorola launched the new Moto Z2 Play and for the U.S. market, the exclusive carrier will be Verizon, although an unlocked version is described as being available “later this summer.” Normally one would expect a Verizon exclusive phone from Motorola to be adorned with DROID branding, but that is not the case […]

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Intel and Samsung back FTC lawsuit against Qualcomm

The Federal Trade Commission kicked off 2017 by targeting Qualcomm over allegedly anti-competitive behavior, and unsurprisingly, companies the chipmaker competes with agree. Intel and Samsung filed briefs supporting the FTC lawsuit, claiming that Qua…
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Moto G5 Plus review: Back to being the best mid-range phone

Over the last couple of years, a massive number of consumers around the world have shifted their buying preferences for phones. It’s no longer guaranteed that the biggest and most expensive phones should be the only ones considered. That change in philosophy can be credited in large part to the Moto G line, which was […]

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Toyota unveils robotic leg brace to help give paralyzed patients their mobility back

Toyota unveiled a new robotic leg brace at its head office in Tokyo today. It’s called the Welwalk WW-1000 and it may help bring mobility back to partially paralyzed people, by assisting in their rehabilitation therapy.

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Red Bull Air Race brings low-flying action back to San Diego

The Red Bull Air Race brings the low-flying, high-stakes excitement of air racing back to San Diego after an eight-year hiatus. Fans can buy tickets now to experience the event first hand, where planes fly over 200mph less than 100 feet high.

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It’s finally back — Verizon re-offers its unlimited plan to eager customers

Guess peer pressure really works. Or at least, healthy competition among the leading phone service providers does. After enduring what seems like years of ridicule from T-Mobile and Sprint, Verizon is finally back in the unlimited game.

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The OnePlus 3T in Gunmetal with 128GB of internal storage is back

Now you can choose more internal storage when buying the OnePlus 3T in Gunmetal. A spokesperson form OnePlus reached out today to let us know that the OnePlus 3T in Gunmetal is being offered online in both 64GB and 128GB varieties. The 128GB model wasn’t available for a short amount of time following supply issues. […]

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NBC: Russia ‘considers’ sending Snowden back to US

A report by NBC News cites unnamed US intelligence sources claiming that Russian officials are deliberating a handover of Edward Snowden as a "gift" to the Trump administration. Since leaking information on the NSA's "PRISM" surveillance, the former…
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How to back up your Apple Watch

This is our guide on how to back up your Apple Watch. If you need to back up or restore your Apple Watch, then this guide will take you through the pairing process, show you how to back up, and list the information that will and won’t get backed up.

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How to back up your Apple Watch

This is our guide on how to back up your Apple Watch. If you need to back up or restore your Apple Watch, then this guide will take you through the pairing process, show you how to back up, and list the information that will and won’t get backed up.

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BetterBack promises to alleviate your back pain, straighten out your posture

Meet the BetterBack, a posture strap that promises to help you “effortlessly sit in perfect posture, easing back pain (and preventing it),” and just maybe, help you straighten out to gain those extra vertical inches you’ve been looking for.

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Zynga back in court over alleged insider trading

Social game developer Zynga is being dragged back into a lawsuit that claims select board members acted unfairly on inside information by selling shares before a stock price tumble in 2012. As Reuters reports, the Delaware Supreme Court is reviving a…
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To find its future, Hasselblad had to look back to its past

Hasselblad has left a difficult few years behind it, and launched a camera that takes its founder’s original vision and brings it right up to date. We visited the company and discovered the passion driving it forward.

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I ate a pizza made by a robot in the back of a truck, and it was delicious

Zume Pizza is the latest Silicon Valley startup to be making headlines, largely because of the way that it automates the pizza-making process. We took a tour of the company’s facility to find out just how automated the process really is.

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Here’s how you can bag yourself a pair of Nike’s ‘Back to the Future’ shoes

If you fancy swanning about in a pair of those flashy ‘Back to the Future’ sneakers that can lace themselves up, get over to Nike’s website now, pay $ 10, and enter its all-proceeds-to-charity raffle. There are 89 pairs up for grabs.

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Teddy Ruxpin is back — with even creepier peepers

Teddy Ruxpin is back, and those eyes…they’re just as big, bright, and potentially terrifying as ever. Only this time, they’re not made out of plastic — they’re LED lights that allow these eyes to flash hearts, stars, and even snowflakes.

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A NASA probe is headed to a nearby asteroid, and will bring part of it back to Earth

The OSIRIS-REx mission is heading to the asteroid Bennu, and in July 2020 would scoop up some asteroid dust to be returned to earth three years later. The hope is to understand more about the formation of the solar system.

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Juno sends back an unfamiliar view of Jupiter’s north pole

When someone mentions the planet Jupiter, you probably think of the image we're all familiar with: that one with a view of its equator, bands and the Great Red Spot. That's why the photos above and below the fold might look like an alien world, when…
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iHome’s Zenergy line of connected products gets your sleep back on track

iHome’s new Zenergy series of connected alarm clocks get your sleep on track with color-shifting LEDs synchronized with your body’s circadian rhythm. The first clock is available in two models.

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Pantech is back from the brink with the quirky IM-100 smartphone

Korean phone manufacturer Pantech announced the IM-100, the once-embattled company’s first Android phone in 20 months. It will only be available in Pantech’s home country of South Korea.

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How 3D printing brought two shipwrecks back to the surface

“It’s been a fascinating process to transform the light captured in the photographs and the sound captured by the sonar sensors back into solid objects through the 3D printing process,” said archaeologist John McCarthy, who carried out the 3D modeling process.

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Asus might get back in the tablet game with the Zenpad Z8 for Verizon

It’s rumored that Verizon may sell the Asus Zenpad Z8 sometime in the near future. Interestingly enough, Asus has yet to officially unveil the tablet, with a possible announcement coming sometime next week.

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Phoenix from the flames: Nokia’s coming back to mobile

Nokia, fresh from a messy divorce with Microsoft, is on its way back to the mobile world. In the near future, we’re going to see a whole new range of phones and tablets with the Nokia name on them.

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Spring back faster with 7 gadgets that speed your workout recovery

Nothing puts a cramp in your gym style like an actual cramp. Here’s some of the best gear for shortening your recovery times, whether you prefer an electric muscle stimulator or cold wraps and insoles.

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Twitter’s algorithmic timeline is on by default, but you can change it back

Twitter has enabled its algorithmic timeline by default, but it can easily be turned off. All you have to do is head to settings and uncheck a box, after which your posts will be ranked chronologically once again.

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The Hubble has seen farther back in time than ever before

NASA announced on Thursday that an international team of astronomers have used the Hubble space telescope to spot the most distant galaxy discovered to date — not to mention one of the oldest in the visible Universe. The galaxy, dubbed GN-z11, has a…
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Sprint reverses course and brings back two-year contracts

Are you still in love with two-year contracts? Sprint has you covered. After killing them off just last month, the carrier listened to its customers and has quietly brought them back from the dead.

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TAG Heuer Connected is back in stock at the company’s website

tag_heuer_connected_with_smartphoneAnyone remember TAG Heuer’s Connected premium Android Wear smartwatch? Well, the smartwatch is back up for purchase after being sold-out for nearly two months.

In December we reported that TAG Heuer was experiencing higher demand than expected. Later that month they terminated online sales and increased production in order to catch up. This news came to us as a bit of a surprise because it’s not everyday you see smartwatches fly off the shelves like that. There’s still a handful of people out there who see no good use for a smartwatch.

Earlier this week, TAG Heuer added more supply and put the smartwatch back up for sale on its website. Just as a reminder, the TAG Heuer Connected is as premium as they get. It’s durable and made of expensive materials, that’s why the price tag comes in at $ 1,500 USD. This is the most expensive Android Wear smartwatch you can buy. As a courtesy, the TAG Heuer Connected will ship for free. To read more about it or get your own, hit the source link.

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Pluto probe sends back photos of possible ice volcano

The New Horizons spacecraft might already be heading for a Kuiper belt object farther than Pluto, but it continues to give us a closer view of the dwarf planet. Some of the latest photos it sent back taken during the probe's closest flyby in July 201…
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How brain readers are helping MMA fighters bounce back

Brain readers are leaving the lab and finding their way into gyms, where the advanced metrics they deliver can help MMA fighters determine when it’s safe to return to the ring.

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Wove brings back the ’90s slap bracelet with a flexible E-Ink twist

Wove is a wearable device with an always-on, low-power, completely flexible e-ink screen. Applications run and update in the background without requiring user interaction or draining the battery.

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Want the back of your iPhone to be a touchscreen too? Just get a HandyCase

With a Kickstarter that launched a week ago, the HandyCase’s ergonomic design — the first of its kind — “allows users to tap and swipe their mobile device from the back panel by seeing their hands through the screen.”

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Apple Brings Innovation Back to Television with All-New Apple TV

Apple has announced the all-new Apple TV, bringing a revolutionary experience to the living room based on apps built for the television. Apps on Apple TV let you choose what to watch and when you watch it. And with the new Siri Remote, you can search with your voice for TV shows and movies across multiple content providers simultaneously. Apple TV runs the all-new tvOS operating system, based on Apple’s iOS, enabling iOS developers to create new apps and games specifically for Apple TV and deliver them directly to users through the new Apple TV App Store. “There has been so much innovation in entertainment and programming through iOS apps, we want to bring that same excitement to the television,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “Apps make the TV experience even more compelling for viewers and we think apps represent the future of TV.”
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Watch this long-lost GoPro’s journey to space and back

There are a lot of GoPro footage you can watch online, but this one has quite the backstory. In June 2013, Bryan Chan and his friends attached a 3D-printed chassis housing a GoPro, a Sony camcorder and a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to a weather balloon….
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Verizon Droid 2015 rumors: Leaked Droid Maxx 2 back cover looks identical to the Moto X Play

It’s time to start looking into what Verizon Wireless and Motorola are cooking up for this year’s Droid lineup. Early rumors indicate that we will get second generations of the Droid Maxx and Droid Turbo.

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