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The new Galaxy Note 10 S Pen lasts longer and can be used like a wand

Besides all-day battery life and big displays, the Galaxy Note series is known for its built-in stylus, the S Pen. Since the first Galaxy Note made its appearance, the S Pen has come on in leaps and bounds in styling and functionality and is now also present on the recently launched Galaxy Tab S6. As […]

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Google will no longer offer its flight price data to other sites

Google is getting serious about its role as a travel service. Come April 10, 2018 the search giant will shut down access to its QPX Express API that's used by the likes of Kayak and Orbitz for airfare data, as spotted by Hacker News. This could serio…
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Shoot and record longer than ever with the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom

People like to take pictures and record videos with their phones. Batteries, however, aren’t very kind to these two activities. It’s taxing on phone batteries because camera modules are complex and require heavy lifting to put together crisp, rich photos and videos. Leave it to ASUS to make a phone that doesn’t let your camera […]

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Good news! Google’s Pixel smartphone survives underwater longer than you can

Google’s Pixel handset might not have the highest IP rating in the world, but it actually handles water better than you might expect. In a test by one user, it was able to handle being submerged in shallow water for up to 30 minutes.

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Google’s Project Fi no longer requires an invitation to join

After nearly a year, Google is ready to drop the velvet ropes that have kept Project Fi off-limits for most Americans. As of today, anyone in the US can sign up for the simpler, data-centric wireless service without requiring an invitation — if you'…
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Microsoft no longer supports Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10

Although PC users love to hate Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the software is credited with helping millions of people enjoy their first taste of the web. The browser is not as popular as it once was, but Microsoft has continued to support older vers…
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Weekly Rewind: How to live longer, Game of Thrones teaser, Zuck’s fortune, and more

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories

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ESPN is no longer displaying content on YouTube

youtube-logo_9339YouTube Red was announced this past week and may have left a few providers unsatisfied. ESPN being one of them.

Due to the creation of YouTube Red, ESPN will apparently no longer provide content on YouTube. This is reportedly due to rights and legal issues. However, Disney, the parent company of ESPN, just signed a deal that will include its content on YouTube Red. Which is kind of strange. Unfortunately those are all the details we have right now. Here’s the official statement made by ESPN regarding the service:

“ESPN is not currently part of the Red service. Content previously available on the free YouTube service will be available across ESPN digital properties”

Source: Mobile Reuters

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Russian scientist claims injections of 3.5 million-year-old bacteria lead to longer life

After discovering a 3.5 million-year-old bacteria in Siberian permafrost, Russian scientist Dr. Anatoli Brouchkov thinks it might be the key to achieve eternal life. He’s so confident, he’s already injected himself with it.

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