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Microsoft confirms ‘S Mode’ will replace Windows 10 S

This week, Microsoft VP Joe Belfiore confirmed the rumor that Windows 10 S would no longer be standalone software. Instead, users will be able to access the platform as a "mode" within existing full Windows 10 installations.
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Razer’s Hammerhead earphones pack USB-C connectivity to replace your headphone port

Sure, we’re all lamenting the slow demise of the 3.5mm headphone jack, but at least we’re starting to see more manufacturers step up and offer alternative headphones besides Bluetooth options. This time, it’s Razer with a revamped version of their Hammerhead Pro earphones that should work flawlessly with your new Razer Phone. The new headphones […]

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Google rumored to replace 2-factor with ‘Advanced Protection’ keys

According to Bloomberg, Google is close to rolling out a hardware replacement for current 2-factor authentication setups. Right now, adding the need for a constantly changing code is one of the best ways to protect your account beyond just a password…
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Got a broken iPhone screen? Here’s how to fix or replace it

What do you do if your iPhone’s screen gets broken? We take you through the options you have to get a broken iPhone screen replaced or repaired. Find out about Apple’s warranty, repair costs, and learn whether or not you should repair it yourself.

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Buying a phone on Swappa? You can insure it and pay $50 to repair or replace it

Swappa, where you can sell your devices and buy someone else’s, now offers protection plans when dealing with the latter. The plans are only available for phones for the time being.

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Walk this way: Sneakairs are smart sneakers meant to replace your map

Low cost British airline easyJet unveiled Sneakairs, smart sneakers which relay directions to whomever is wearing them. Connected to a mobile phone via bluetooth, the Sneakairs vibrate in the shoe corresponding to the correct direction to head towards.

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These giant cyborg beetles can be controlled remotely, and could one day replace drones

By inserting electrodes into beetles’ leg muscles, scientists can now control the insects’ walking speed, gait, and length of steps

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iPad Pro 9.7 review: Apple’s best tablet, but it won’t replace a laptop

The iPad Pro raised some eyebrows when it debuted last year, but it really shouldn't have. While tablet sales as a whole have been tanking, sales of tablets with detachable keyboards have actually grown. Is it any surprise, then, that Apple built a 9…
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Elliptic Labs wants to replace the proximity sensor on your phone with ultrasound

Elliptic Labs unveiled its Beauty ultrasound proximity sensor technology that will let you control your phone via hand gestures, without the need for optical proximity sensors found in most smartphones today.

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Robots expected to replace some five million jobs by 2020

A “Fourth Industrial Revolution,” characterized by unprecedented “developments in genetics, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, and biotechnology,” may soon be upon us, replacing five million jobs by 2020.

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