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Windows 10 testers get access to experimental Sets features

Microsoft took some major cues from browsers to create Sets, which lets you group together Windows apps in tabs. Now, the tech giant is rolling out experimental features to testers that give Sets tabs evenmore browser-like behavior. If you're a Windo…
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Google sets records in fighting bad apps during 2017

Earlier this week Google’s Andrew Ahn, Product Manager for Google Play, released the latest information describing Google’s efforts to slow or stop the spread of malicious apps via the Google Play Store. As the official source for apps for Android devices, Google goes to great lengths to try to keep bad apps out of the […]

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Perlan glider sets altitude record for unpowered flight

Gliders may be inherently limited by their nature (they're dependent on rising air currents), but that isn't stopping them from achieving feats normally reserved for their powered counterparts. The Perlan Project and Airbus have set a new record for…
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Taylor Swift’s new music video sets first-day record on YouTube

Taylor Swift returned from her self-imposed social media exile with a single that's already breaking records. Her music video for 'Look What You Made Me Do' raked in over 31 million views on YouTube in its first 24 hours, surpassing Adele's previous…
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The Vektron folding ebike sets up in 10 seconds and has an 80-mile range

The Vektron is a foldable ebike with a Bosch-made motor system offering a range of up to 80 miles. It can be set up in just 10 seconds and includes a smart control panel for real-time ride data. But at $ 3,400, it doesn’t come cheap.

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Apple sets ResearchKit to work on cures for autism, epilepsy, and melanoma

Apple has announced three new studies for ResearchKit, focused on autism, epilepsy, and melanoma. The studies use the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch to spot early signs, and gain more info for medical research.

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