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Virgin Orbit preps the LauncherOne rocket for its first drop test

Virgin Orbit has gotten the thumbs up to conduct the LauncherOne system's first drop test, and it can happen "in the very near future." The Virgin Group's launch services company has successfully completed its final captive carry flight test, almost…
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The Morning After: AMD’s pre-release Radeon RX 5700 price drop

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to your weekend! While Steve Ballmer celebrates a couple of new LA Clippers arrivals, Microsoft spent this week dropping teasers for Windows 1.0. We also had some EV news from the Goodwood Festival of Sp…
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Samsung sees its Q1 profit drop 60 percent from last year’s record

Samsung just released guidance for its Q1 2019 earnings report, and estimates an operating profit of 6.2 trillion won (about $ 5.5 billion), which is less than half of the $ 14.4 billion profit it recorded in the same period last year. Samsung had issu…
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Samsung will drop all of the buttons on the Galaxy Note 10

Samsung is trying to make 2019 a shake-up year with their design department, and after the warm reception to the Galaxy S10, that’s started off well. We’re all looking towards the Galaxy Note 10 this year to see what else Samsung has cooked up, and it looks like they might be dropping buttons from this […]

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Samsung announces 2018 earnings with a painful drop at the end of the year

Samsung has announced their 2018 earnings, and things aren’t so perfect for the top dog in the Android space. We were already expecting this from a warning directly from Samsung, but now it’s official: Q4 of 2018 saw Samsung take a sharp hit to revenue and profit for what’s typically the best quarter of the […]

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Google employees petition CEO to drop out of Pentagon AI project

Over 3,100 Google employees have signed a petition opposing the company's part in a Pentagon AI program. The letter asked CEO Sundar Pichai to pull Google out of the project, which harnesses artificial intelligence to analyze video and could improve…
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Microsoft adds support for iOS Files app, drag and drop to OneDrive

Apple's latest operating system for its mobile devices, iOS 11, added a ton of productivity tweaks. One of the biggest is Files, a new, well, file system for iOS that lets users interact more directly with documents and images without having to go th…
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HTC’s financials are still pretty bad with a 26% YoY drop in November

HTC being in a mess with their finances is no secret, but things really just don’t seem to ever improve for the company. Their latest financials are reporting a pretty significant drop in revenue for November, down a sizable 26% from last year. HTC’s revenues for the month were about $ 188 million, slipping from $ 200 […]

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Parrot cuts a third of its workforce as drone sales increase but prices drop

2016 may have been the best year yet for drone sales — but as prices fall, Parrot is cutting a third of its drone workforce. The company says it will be reducing the number of options and focusing on commercial drones.

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Weekly rewind: Dish and T-Mobile flirt, Windows 10 gets a drop date, and more

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That’s why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week – just for you.

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