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Kaspersky’s antivirus software takes non-threatening files

Kaspersky's attempt to quash collusion fears through transparency isn't quite reassuring everyone. In an interview with Reuters, founder Eugene Kaspersky has acknowledged that his company's antivirus software has copied files that weren't marked as…
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[Deal] Google takes up to $200 off the Pixel, throws in a Daydream View for free

The price of the Google Pixel is at an all-time low over on the Google Store. Google finally created a high-end, no-compromise phone in 2016. The Pixel isn’t like anything we’ve seen before from Nexus devices. Rather than cutting corners in select areas, Google went all-in to compete against Samsung, Apple, and others. That, however, […]

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[Deal] Amazon begins selling the U.S. unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, already takes $150 off

The online retailer just started selling one of the best phones you can buy today. Samsung’s 2017 flagship, the Galaxy S8, just went live on Amazon in an official capacity. Both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were only available on the site through third-party sellers until now. And, on top of that, you couldn’t […]

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Audi takes its self-driving car where others dare not go

The self-driving future has a ratings scale. The classifications begin at zero, where you're constantly in charge of all the car's acceleration, steering and braking. Basically a car without cruise control. It ends with Level 5, where the car that do…
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T-Mobile takes the wraps off its new Un-Carrier Next service

At a splashy Consumer Electronics Show press conference, T-Mobile unveiled its latest “un-carrier” moves in Un-Carrier Next. It’s a collection of new benefits for new and existing subscribers.

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Bragi’s ‘The Headphone’ takes on Apple’s AirPods

Almost three years ago, Bragi left an indelible mark on the headphone universe. The then-unknown company launched a pair of "truly" wireless headphones on Kickstarter that not only cut every wire, but boasted a slew of fitness-tracking features, all…
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Twitter takes a page out of Snapchat’s playbook with the launch of profile QR codes

Well, whaddya know. Keen to try everything it can to boost its stagnating user base, Twitter has taken a page out of Snapchat’s playbook and launched QR codes for profiles.

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U.S. Air Force takes control of the Space Surveillance Telescope ahead of Australian move

You frequently read about the sale of a car or a house, but it is not too often you hear about the transfer of a million dollar telescope. That’s exactly what happened last week when DARPA turned over the Space Surveillance Telescope to the Air Force.

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Victory Motorcycles electric Empulse RR takes first overall at Pike’s Peak

Victory Motorcycles took two stop spots at the 2016 Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb. Victory Racing’s electric Empluse RR, ridden by Cycle World’s Road Test Editor Don Canet, and the gas powered Project 156, piloted by Jeremy Toye, both finished first in their respective classes.

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Google takes on Apple with better revenue deal for app developers, report says

On the same day that Apple revealed it’s improving its revenue deal for app developers, a report suggested Google is planning a similar change, though with one important difference.

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Transparent sound takes on a whole new meaning with this directional glass speaker

At E3 next week, Turtle Beach will be showing off the HyperSound Glass, a directional speaker that also happens to be the world’s first speaker made using a transparent pane of glass.

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Walmart takes Visa to court over debit card payments

Walmart isn't happy that Visa still allows customers to sign for purchases made with their chip-equipped debit cards. The retail giant has filed a lawsuit against Visa in New York in an effort to compel the credit card brand to require PIN verificati…
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iBubble, an autonomous drone camera, takes users under the sea

First came the camera. Then the underwater camera. And now, there’s the diving drone camera. As tech continues to reach new heights, we’re exploring new depths of the seas thanks to the iBubble, the autonomous underwater camera.

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Google takes its amazing Jump VR camera to a very festive White House

Google has taken its amazing Jump VR 360-degree camera rig into the White House, to give us a glimpse of the Christmas decorations adorning the many rooms. Using YouTube and the Google Cardboard viewer, you can see the results.

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Google takes the wraps off brand new YouTube Red service

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Following months of speculation, YouTube has today taken the wraps off its brand new YouTube Red membership package, which will cost $ 9.99 per month when it launches on Wednesday, October 28.

For those unaware, the service provides subscribers with an ad-free viewing experience, along with the ability to save clips for offline playback and background play audio on smartphones and tablets.

To see YouTube Red in action, be sure to check out the promotional video below:

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Amazon’s ‘Handmade’ section takes aim at Etsy

There’s a lot to love about Etsy — it’s one of the best places on the internet to find all sorts of stuff like minimalist Captain America prints or laser-cut Deathly Hallows earrings, but shipping windows are kind of a crapshoot. That could change b…
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