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    Default Destiny 2's First Expansion Releases December 5

    The first expansion for Destiny 2, Curse of Osiris, is going to be released on December 5. Bungie announced the release date on Monday and also published a trailer to give some more insight into what the expansion is about. You'll learn more about Osiris and see more of Mercury.


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    Asus' ZenFone 4 Series Reaches North America

    The ZenFone 4 smartphone series from Asus has become available in North America. As usual, the handset family launched overseas before reaching the United States. All three devices (the ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4, and ZenFone 4 Max) are now available at major retailers.


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    Toyota To Test Autonomous Vehicles At Advanced 'GoMentum' Facility

    Toyota will test its autonomous vehicle technology at the GoMentum Station in Walnut Creek, California, one of ten proving ground facilities designated by the US Department of Transportation. GoMentum covers 5,000 acre. Toyota Research Institute will test multiple systems.


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    Curated Playlists Added To Pandora's On-Demand Streaming

    Pandora's on-demand music streaming service now comes with a long list of curated playlists, much like those found on Spotify and Apple Music. The service's new "Featured Playlists" are based around genres, moods, activities, artists, and "cultural moments."


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    SpaceX Doubles Annual Launch Record

    SpaceX's successful launch on Monday brought the company's 2017 launch figure to 16, doubling its prior annual record of eight missions. Its launches have increased and decreased in frequency throughout the year, leading to an average of 1.5 missions per month.


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    YouTube TV Reaching Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One

    Apps for YouTube TV, a television streaming service, are now rolling out on a range of platforms. The service has become available on all Android TV devices and it'll soon be on Apple TV, Xbox One, and Roku products. It previously started its rollout by reaching the Chromecast.


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    Square Reveals Full Payment Register

    Square introduced a new product on Monday that's intended for larger business. Its new "Square Register" functions as an alternative checkout option that's more professional than having people check out using a small chip reader or a tablet. It has a tablet-like form.


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    Nintendo Switch Gets Rocket League On November 14

    Rocket League's release date on the Nintendo Switch is now confirmed. The game will become available on November 14 and it'll reach the platform with some exclusive Mario, Luigi, and Samus-themed vehicles. Players will be able to get the title for $20.


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    Microsoft Ends Outlook.com Premium

    Outlook.com Premium has been killed off by Microsoft and its core features are being added to normal Office 365 subscriptions. This means Office 365 accounts now get to use the service without ads and they'll also receive more storage. Current Premium users can renew.


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    Merger Talks Fail Between Sprint, T-Mobile

    The potential merger of Sprint and T-Mobile has fallen apart due to disagreements from Softbank and Deutsche Telekom over which company would have a controlling stake, reports Nikkei. Both carriers saw a significant drop in their shares in response to this news.


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    Twitch's Concurrent Streamer Figure Increases 67%

    Twitch saw a 67% increase in concurrent streamers during the third quarter of 2017, reports Streamlabs, though it failed to obtain the same degree of increase for viewership. This rise is likely coming at least partly from Twitch opening up monetization options.


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    AI Correctly Detects Colorectal Cancer In 86% Of Cases

    By applying machine learning to a database of more than 30,000 images of pre-cancerous and cancerous colorectal cells, researchers were able to correctly distinguish cancerous growths 86% of the time. The AI system was detailed in a recent Japanese study.


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    Schenker Unveils Three New Gaming Notebooks

    Another Clevo reseller has now announced new notebooks that utilize hexa-core Coffee Lake processors with options up to the Core i7-8700K and clock rates of up to 4.7 GHz. Called Schenker XMG Ultra 15, Ultra 17 and Zenith 17, all three models also feature improved cooling


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    PUBG Switches From Amazon's AWS To Microsoft Azure

    Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is currently the best-performing game on Steam as it has recently set a new concurrent player record with over 1.5 million people in the game at the same time and is approaching a remarkable milestone of 2 million concurrent players.


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    Apple's iPhone Sales Jumped 40% In China Last Quarter

    Though the iPhone 8 may not be selling especially well, its performance has been high enough to give Apple's sales a boost in China. After 18 months of lower sales in that market, Canalys reports the iPhone is finally doing better again, having experienced a 40% increase.


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    SoftBank, Facebook, Amazon Creating 8,700-Mile Undersea Cable

    A new 8,700-mile transpacific cable has been announced by SoftBank, which is working on the project with Facebook, Amazon, and some other tech companies. The cable will connect Asia with North America. It has two Japanese connection points (in Shima and Maruyama).


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    Microsoft Denies Rumours About Xbox One X Shortages

    Xbox UK head Harvey Eagle told GamesIndustry.biz late last week that gamers might not be able to purchase the new console right away as there could be shortages. This is because demand is really high, but according to the Head of Xbox Phil Spencer, that will not be the case.


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    Skype's Updated Design Now Reaching Desktop

    Skype's significantly updated design first appeared on mobile devices earlier this year and the same changes have been tested on desktop over the past few months. Now the redesign is officially rolling out to all users on Windows and Mac, despite a negative response.


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    Qualcomm's Upcoming Flagship SoC Gets Detailed

    Latest reports suggest that Qualcomm will announce its next-generation flagship chipset much earlier than before. Unlike Snapdragon 835, its successor is expected to be announced on December 4, during the Snapdragon Technology Summit on Maoyi Island, Hawaii.


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    GameStop Offering Used Game Subscription

    An advertisement that appears to have shown up in the latest issue of GameStop's Game Informer magazine reveals the retailer is going to offer a subscription for used games. For $60 you can gain access to the retailer's used game inventory. You can keep the last game you take.


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    Default Zuckerberg Believes Ad Transparency Regulation May Be Worthwhile

    Following Russia's use of ads on social media to influence the 2016 US election, some members of the public and government have become interested in further regulating online ads. Measures to increase transparency in that realm could be "very good," says Mark Zuckerberg.


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    US Investing $200M In Foreign VC Funds

    Using a Congress-approved budget, the US' Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) says it'll invest $200 million in venture capital funds over the next few years. That money will be used to support projects intended to improve living standards around the world.


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    Tesla Reports Worst Quarter Ever With Q3

    Tesla had its worst quarter ever during Q3, the automaker revealed on Wednesday. It posted a $619 million loss, up from a $336 million loss during the prior quarter. That news wasn't received well even though Tesla did have a record level of revenue.


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    EA Isn't Making More Nintendo Switch Games In The Near Future

    FIFA 18 is going to be the only EA-made game on Nintendo Switch for the foreseeable future, says CFO Blake Jorgensen. He revealed to The Wall Street Journal that EA isn't currently working on any other titles for the platform. It wants to better understand the demand first.


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    Instagram Stories Reaches 300M Daily Users

    Instagram Stories now sees 300 million active users on a daily basis, meaning it's around twice as large as Snapchat, the service Instagram is widely viewed as taking its Stories feature from. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Stories' growth during an earnings call.


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    Tesla Fired 700 People In Q3, Elon Musk Disapproves Of Media's Coverage

    Tesla has recently gone through rounds of performance-related layoffs and it got rid of 700 people during the third quarter for that reason. CEO Elon Musk says he's not happy with how these firings have been covered by members of the media in recent months.


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    AT&T Drops Attempt To Inhibit Google Fiber's Rollout In Louisville

    AT&T has backed away from its legal case against Louisville and Jefferson County over them providing Google Fiber and other competitors with faster utility pole access. It sued the local government early in 2016, but a US District Court judge ruled against AT&T in August.


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    Russian Groups Reached 20M Americans With Instagram Posts

    Russia's posts on Instagram had a reach of 20 million in the United States, Facebook's general counsel Colin Stretch revealed to Congress on Wednesday. Tech companies are testifying in front of a Senate committee about how Russia-linked groups used posts and ads.


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    iPhone X Purchases Could Pull $30B Away From Other Products During Holiday Season

    $30 billion in discretionary spending will be stolen from other companies by the iPhone X, predicts Morgan Stanley. Because the phone will be in high demand and its cost could keep consumers from buying additional products, other companies may lose out.


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    Apple AirPower Might Cost $199

    Apple's wireless charging mat for the Apple Watch and its latest iPhones may arrive in the United States for $199. X-Kom, a Polish retailer, put up a listing for the AirPower that gave the device a 999 Złotych price tag. If that price is correct, we can expect it to cost $199.


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    Alphabet's Eric Schmidt Believes The US Needs To Improve Its AI

    Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt believes the United States needs to dedicate more resources to artificial intelligence, otherwise competitors in China could end up with a significant lead. He thinks the US' lead will only be maintained for another five years.


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    Colorado Hyperloop Project Moving Forward

    Plans for a Hyperloop in Colorado are moving forward, with the state's Department of Transportation considering the details of a route that'd connect the Denver International Airport with nearby cities. State officials will work out the logistics during the next nine months.


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    Windows 10 Will Surpass Windows 7 This Month

    Windows 10's market share will finally surpass Windows 7's this month, according to data from StatCounter. The operating system's share increased by 1.65 points during October, bringing it to 40.95%. Windows 7 fell by 1.32 points to 42.67%, making the gap quite narrow.


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    Sonos To Offer Spotify Voice Commands By December 21

    Voice commands in Spotify will be working on Sonos' speakers before the end of the year. On its support forums the company announced a deadline of December 21 for that support rollout. None of the Sonos setups that provide access to Amazon's Alexa currently offer voice commands.


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    Facebook Reaches Record Share Value After Reporting $4.7B In Profit

    Facebook had an impressive third quarter, with its profit increasing 79% year-over-year to $4.7 billion. It once again surpassed expectations. The company earned $10.3 billion in revenue and $1.59 GAAP earnings per share. That went beyond estimates of $9.84 billion.


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    Fitbit Reports A Loss Of $113M, Still Beat Estimates

    Fitbit was able to beat analyst estimates with its Q3 performance, but the wearable maker still had a loss of $113 million. Its estimated performance would have led to a net loss per share of $0.04, but it only reported a $0.01 loss. Fitbit saw $393 million in revenue.


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    Tesla Delays Model 3 Production Timeline, Can't Easily Predict When Bottlenecks Will End

    Tesla is pushing back its production timeline for the Model 3 and says it's "difficult to predict" when the bottlenecks will end. While it doesn't know exactly when it'll get on its planned manufacturing schedule, the automaker plans to be producing 5,000 weekly by Q1 2018.


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    Razer Reveals Its First Smartphone

    Razer has unveiled its first smartphone, a handset targeted at gamers. The $699 device comes with the internal specs necessary to play more intensive mobile games as well as a 5.72-inch Igzo 1440 x 2450 LCD display. It uses a 120-hertz UltraMotion display from Sharp.


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    Galaxy Note 8 Owners Reporting Freezing Issues

    Over the last few days, we are hearing a lot of problems with flagship smartphones. Owners of Pixel 2 smartphones are well aware of that, but we are now hearing that owners of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are also having some serious issues with their smartphones.


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    Xiaomi Ships 10 Million Phones Last Month

    Xiaomi is really on a roll lately and their latest achievement is all about shipments. After shipping over 10 million smartphones in September, it appears that the company beat its recording the very next month, confirming its remarkable growth this year.


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    Default Xiaomi Starts Rolling Out Global MIUI 9 ROM

    Xiaomi's latest operating system is finally rolling out. After weeks of testing, the Chinese company has released the MIUI 9 Global ROM, but the release is in stages and there's no guarantee that it will hit your smartphone right away even if you're in the first batch.


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    ARM And Intel Working Together On Next-Gen Cortex-A Processors

    ARM might be the best mobile processor maker, but the competition is slowly becoming tougher. Because of that, the company has decided to partner with one of the best desktop/laptop processor maker Intel to work on the next-generation processor that will use the 10 nm HPM


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    A Third Of US Netflix Subscribers Watched Stranger Things Season 2

    Demonstrating how important original content can be for streaming services, Nielsen is estimating a third of all Netflix subscribers in the US watched the second season of Stranger Things. It's considered one of Netflix's best offerings, alongside shows like House of Cards.


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    Amazon Fresh Closes In Parts Of Five States

    Amazon has unexpectedly announced the closure of its Fresh grocery delivery service in parts of five states: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and California. Certain customers in those regions received an email from the company revealing Fresh would cease operations.


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    Google Play To Get Audiobooks

    A new type of content appears to be headed to the Google Play Store. An APK teardown of Google Play version 8.4 reveals it's going to offer audiobooks, giving Android users a new alternative. It's up against a pretty dominant competitor, Amazon's Audible.


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    BMW, Daimler, Ford, Volkswagen Partner On EV Charging Network

    BMW, Daimler, Ford, and Volkswagen are working together to establish an electric vehicle charging network called Ionity. It'll feature 400 charging stations around Europe by 2020 and the Ionity brand will be on around 20 stations by the end of the year.


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    Apple Reports Record Services Revenue, Indicating Growth With Apple Music, Pay

    A highlight of Apple's third quarter earnings was that it posted a record amount of revenue from services like Apple Pay and Apple Music. Its relatively large services division contributed $8.5 billion to the company's overall revenue of $52.6 billion.


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    Lawmakers, Others Want Facebook To Tell Users They Saw Russian Propaganda

    126 million Americans were exposed to content ultimately stemming from the Russian government during the 2016 US election period. Because of how significant that content's reach was, Facebook is facing calls from lawmakers and others to inform all affected users.


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    iPhone X Shipping Estimates Drop To 3-4 Weeks

    If you're buying the iPhone X online from the Apple Store you may get it faster than was expected only a week ago. The device's shipping window has now dropped to 3-4 weeks, after having risen to 5-6 weeks shortly after the phone's preorder period began.


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    Samsung Says A Fix Is Coming For Note 8 Freezing Issue

    A fix is on the way for a freezing issue that has affected some Galaxy Note 8 units. A lot of users have reported the phone will freeze when they attempt to make a call or open some apps. The Note 8 only launched a few weeks ago, so reports of problems are just coming in.


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    Oppo R11s And R11s Plus Become Official

    A week after the announcement of Oppo F5 smartphone, the Chinese company has announced today two new premium smartphones. Called Oppo R11s and R11s Plus, the smartphones will go on sale starting November 10 priced at around $450 and $560, respectively.


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    Apple iPhone X Torn Down; Over 300 Models Stolen In San Francisco Apple Store

    Apple is expected to start shipping the premium iPhone X model today, but it looks like some users might have to wait a bit longer because thieves stole more than 300 iPhone X devices. Three men in hoodies driving a white Dodge van broke into a UPS truck while it was


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    GoPro Working On New Entry-Level Action Camera

    After 2 years of struggling, GoPro posted its first quarterly profit during the third quarter of the year, with $15 million in net income. The biggest contributors to those numbers were the HERO 6 camera and Karma drone, but GoPro also believes there is more room on the market


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    Essential Confirms New Color Option Coming To Its PH-1 Handset

    Every few days, Essential team members start discussion an AMA ("Ask Me Anything") session on Reddit. The most recent AMA featured Dave Evans (VP of Design), Linda Jiang (Head of Industrial Design), and William Leggett (Director of Product Design), who have revealed more


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    Fitbit To Release More Smartwatches

    A few months ago, Fitbit officially unveiled its first true smartwatch called Ionic and from what we are hearing now, that won't be the only smartwatch from the company. During an investors call in which Fitbit announced its Q3 earnings, the company's CEO James Park also said


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    WhatsApp Working On Windows 10 App

    Pretty much every messaging platform out there offers a desktop client for those who want to stay in touch, but WhatsApp is now reportedly working on a PC client that would be available only for Windows 10 users. The company is currently testing a Windows Store version of its PC


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    MediaTek And Meizu Working On New Facial Recognition Technology

    Facial recognition technology is slowly becoming a new standard. It is currently available only on flagship smartphones and companies still need to improve it a lot, especially in terms of security, but the technology will slowly make its ways to mid-range models as well.


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    OnePlus 5T Now Leaks In Live Images

    As we are closing to the official introduction of new OnePlus flagship smartphone, the company has recently confirmed some details about it. First, the phone will be called OnePlus 5T as we expected and the second detail is the 3.5mm headphone jack, which will still be present


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    HTC Plans To Return To Dual-Camera Phones Next Year

    HTC isn't done with dual-camera phones. President Chialin Chang announced during an event in Taipei on Thursday that HTC will be coming out with at least one new dual-camera model in 2018. Though the company is trying to "figure out how to make this feature stand out."


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    Tech Companies File In Support Of DACA

    Silicon valley has been strongly opposed to the Trump administration's move against Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). That program, which protects illegal immigrants who entered the country as children, was effectively halted by President Trump in September.


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    Default Afghanistan Attempts To Block Telegram, WhatsApp

    Afghanistan's telecom regulator contacted regional ISPs last week ordering them to block two popular messaging apps, Telegram and WhatsApp. Some users have reported trouble accessing the services, but it appears the order had little impact on accessibility.


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    Chuwi To Start Another Indiegogo Project To Fund New Convertible

    Over the last few months, Chuwi has released several new devices and it looks like they are not stopping. Although Chuwi products pretty much resemble designs from Microsoft and Apple, they all have one key difference - its price tag. They are 2-3x if not more times cheaper than


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    HTC U11+ Is Actually Google's Cancelled Muskie Handset

    Before Google officially announced Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, we have been hearing rumours that the company is working on three smartphones, codenamed walleye, taimen and muskie. The latter was expected to be HTC-made version, but Google decided only to go with


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    Blizzard Details First Overwatch League Season

    Details of the first Overwatch League season were shared at BlizzCon this week. Blizzard announced tickets will go on sale November 6, with the first match scheduled for January 10. Each of the twelve teams is going to play twice per week. Four days are dedicated to matches.


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    Kaspersky's Software Has Copied Non-Threatening, Inactive Files

    Kaspersky's antivirus software has in some cases grabbed files from user computers in an arguably improper way. CEO Eugene Kaspersky has confirmed its software sometimes takes files that aren't immediately threatening, which has generated some concern.


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    Senator Wants Tech Companies To Weaponize The Internet In Fight Against Russia

    In order for Silicon Valley to make up for letting their platforms become home to large amounts of Russian propaganda, Senator Mitch McConnell believes they should help the US government "retaliate." He said companies like Facebook and Twitter could help the US.


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    Over 1M People Downloaded Fake WhatsApp App From Google Play

    Again highlighting the issue of fake and misleading apps on the Google Play Store, more than a million people accidentally downloaded a convincingly fake WhatsApp app. The software, called Update WhatsApp, was still available on the store until it was covered in the media.


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    Tesla Shares New Semi Teaser Image, Holding Reveal On November 16

    Tesla has officially invited people to its electric semi truck reveal, which will be held on November 16 in Hawthorne, California. Attached to the invite was a new teaser image for the vehicle, revealing little more than the previously available photo.


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    Google Limits HDR In YouTube App To 1080p

    HDR content was enabled on YouTube Android app back in September, but still not many smartphones actually support it. However, even those that do support it are struggling on higher resolutions in terms of performance. Users are reporting that videos often stutter.


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    Samsung IconX Gets A Software Update That Improves Bluetooth Connectivity

    Late last month, Samsung officially launched the two latest gadgets around the world - the Gear Sport smartwatch and IconX wireless earbuds. Alongside releasing new software update for Galaxy S8 and Note 8 lineups, the South Korean has also released a new firmware update for


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    Sony Shows What It Takes To Release Android Update

    Google recently released Android 8.0 Oreo and one of the first companies to release it for their smartphones was Sony. The latest version of Android operating system was released for Xperia XZ Premium smartphone, and should reach other models in near future.


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    T-Mobile And Sprint Officially End Merger Talks

    After months of talking and trying to make it work, T-Mobile and Sprint have now confirmed that they couldn't reach an agreement and have abandoned merger talks. The companies issued a joint statement Saturday, after a week of speculation, saying they "have ceased talks."


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    Nokia Steel Limited Edition Available For Purchase In Rose Gold And Full Black

    HMD Global has now announced that two new variants of the Nokia Steel smartwatch are now available for purchase. The Limited Edition Steel smartwatch is now available from the official website with two new color options, in addition to the already available Black and White models


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    Essential PH-1 Gets A Price Cut

    After promising announcement, Essential PH-1 just didn't deliver what everyone was expecting and on top of that, it was delayed for a few months. It is also believed that Andy Rubin's startup only sold around 5,000, which is not something they can be proud of.


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    Samsung Completely Disables Bixby Button When Not Being Used

    Samsung is now rolling out a new software update to Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Note 8 users that brings a new functionality to the Bixby button. If you were expecting that Samsung would finally enable customization of the button, we have to disappoint you.


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    iPhone X Undergoes Torture Test, Shows Durable Design With Only One Flaw

    When paying $1,000 for a phone, you expect only the best from it. Because of that, the popular YouTube channel JerryRigEverything has managed to get the Apple's latest iPhone X and decided to put it through its standard torture routine to see how well it is actually made.


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    Garmin Unveils The Ultimate Dive Watch

    Garmin has just announced that it has launched the company's first dive computer in a watch-style design that also offers GPS navigation with rich color mapping. Called Garmin Descent MK1, the feature-packed smartwatch is designed for recreational, technical and free divers.


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    Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Coming To Sprint

    Samsung's flagship rugged smartphone first launched on AT&T, but the Galaxy S8 Active will no longer be exclusive to the carrier. According to Evan Blass, the Galaxy S8 Active is coming to T-Mobile and Sprint, bringing the number of carriers in the US to three.


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    Fitbit Working On Diabetes Management Feature For Ionic Smartwatch

    Fitbit Ionic didn't bring the much-wanted sale results to the company. The watch has a nice design and specifications, but it's obvious that it is lacking features and its operating system needs improvement in order to compete with others. Today, the company has announced that


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    OnePlus Teases Upcoming Flagship Phone On Twitter

    It is already known that OnePlus is preparing a new flagship version of the OnePlus 5 smartphone, and today, the company has released another image of the handset on Twitter. The image shows rear side of the OnePlus 5, which hides the entire silhouette of the OnePlus 5T.


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    Default US Court Orders Sci-Hub To Shut Down

    The American Chemical Society (ACS) has received an entirely favorable ruling in its case against Sci-Hub, a pirating site for scientific papers. The US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia sided with all of the plaintiff's requests, including demands for damages.


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    Telltale Games Cuts Workforce By 25%

    Telltale Games is restructuring and it's laying off 25% of its workforce as a result. The studio, which is known for series like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, says 90 people will lose their positions. It's decided to reduce its staff so that it can be "more competitive."


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    PUBG Has Sold 20M Copies

    More than 20 million copies of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds have now been sold, creative director Brendan Greene announced on Twitter. All of those sales have occurred just since March 2017, when the game became available on PC through Steam Early Access.


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    Apple Sued For Allegedly Infringing On Dual Lens Camera Patents

    Apple is facing a lawsuit from Corephotonics, an Israeli company, over its alleged infringement on patents covering dual lens camera technology. The lawsuit claims the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus violated four patents. Corephotonics says it discussed this issue with Apple.


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    Instagram Expands Paid Post Feature To More 'Influencers'

    A larger group of users on Instagram now has access to features that make disclosing paid content easier. The social network introduced a paid post tool in June. When used, a post will have a clearly visible tag stating it's part of a "paid partnership" with a given brand.


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    Facebook Stops Trying To Fight Fake News With Comments

    Facebook is shutting down an experiment that involved boosting certain comments critiquing a post for being fake news. The platform was trying to use naturally arising comments from regular users to reduce the spread of illegitimate stories, but it's opted to pursue other paths.


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    Twitter Brings 280 Character Limit To Everyone

    Twitter began introducing its new 280-character limit in September, with a select group of users joining a test of the new feature. Now the social network is rolling out the updated character limit to all of its users around the globe, meaning 280-character tweets are staying.


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    Apple Supplier Wistron Expanding Indian Operations

    As Apple experiences a significant increase in revenue in India, one of its suppliers for the region is announcing an expansion of its operations. Wistron, which assembles iPhones, will grow its operations in India with a new manufacturing facility. It's looking for a location.


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    Twitter Will Fix Bug That Removed Results For Terms Like 'Bisexual'

    Twitter has apologized to users for a bug that led to an absence of results for terms like "bisexual." It says an error was discovered with its search system that led to photo and search results being blocked for affected terms. Posts were inaccurately treated as sensitive.


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    Tencent Testing An Autonomous Vehicle System

    Tencent, the Chinese owner of WeChat and primary owner of League of Legends, is said to be working on its own autonomous vehicle system. Bloomberg reports it has a working prototype that's being tested internally. The existence of this system doesn't come as a surprise.


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    There Will Be 70 4K Enhanced Games Ready For Xbox One X Shortly

    The Xbox One X was released today and a large selection of enhanced games will already be available for the system within a week. 160 games are currently being enhanced to offer 4K support on the higher-spec console. 70 of those will be available by the end of the first week.


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    Amazon Bringing Fire TV Stick Basic To Over 100 Markets

    Amazon opened Prime Video to hundreds of countries last year and now it's offering a large portion of those markets access to the new Fire TV Stick Basic Edition streaming device, making it easier to access Prime Video. The product is launching in over 100 markets.


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    Google Uses 'Earth' To Map Air Pollution

    Google is using Earth to give people a better understanding of pollution in California. Working with Aclima, an environmental tech company, Google measured air pollution around the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Central Valley. That data was turned into a map.


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    Tesla Buys Robot-Centric Manufacturing Company

    Tesla has acquired Perbix, a longtime supplier that's based its manufacturing operations around automated systems. The purchase will help Tesla boost its own manufacturing capabilities, specifically those utilizing robots. Tesla is focused on heavily automated production.


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    Walmart Misleadingly Suggests Its Mobile Payment Service Will Overtake Apple Pay

    Walmart has picked an interesting way to talk about the popularity of Walmart Pay, its mobile payment service. It claims the service is on its way to overtaking Apple Pay, though it comes to that position based on the percentage of eligible users either service has.


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    Facebook Using Messenger To Power Live Chat, Bots On Sites

    Version 2.2 of Facebook's Messenger Platform includes a new plugin that'll let website visitors engage with bots or chat with a human. The "Customer Chat" plugin was introduced by Stan Chudnovsky, Messenger's head of product, during the Web Summit in Portugal.


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    Waymo Bringing Autonomous Taxi Service To Arizona

    Alphabet's Waymo is launching an autonomous competitor to Uber in Arizona using its modified Chrysler Pacifica minivans. Select people in the state will be able to call for a ride in one of the vehicles. Unlike Uber's public self-driving vehicle tests, no human driver is present.


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    Vulnerability In Popular Etherum Wallet Freezes Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars

    A major vulnerability in the popular Ethereum wallet Parity has led to hundreds of millions of dollars being frozen. The issue in its software has existed since July 20, though it was triggered for the first time this week. Because of the vulnerability, "no funds can be moved."


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    Apple Pay Cash Now Available In Beta

    Apple's person-to-person payments feature, Apple Pay Cash, is now available in beta form. The feature lets users transfer money within the Messages app on iPhone. You can only receive the capability right now if you've entered the iOS Public Beta program.


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    Microsoft Officially Launches Xbox One X

    As promised earlier, Microsoft has officially launched its latest gaming console worldwide today. The "world's most powerful console" is now available for purchase in a total of 35 markets worldwide, with pricing to vary depending on local taxes in each region.


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    Default Sonnet Technologies Launches New External GPU Solution

    Sonnet Technologies isn't the most popular company and you might never heard about it, but the company has now unveiled an all-new paradigm in Thunderbolt connected external GPU (eGPU) device called eGFX Breakaway Puck. The main difference compared to most other


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    Vivo V7 Plus Launches In New Color Option

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    Default Lenovo Launches Two New Affordable Tablets

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    Xiaomi Discontinues MIUI Support For Some Phones

    The Chinese company Xiaomi recently launched its latest operating system, the MIUI 9, which is based on the Android 7.0 Nougat. As the global ROM started rolling out, the company has officially released a list of devices that will stop receiving updates after MIUI 9.


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    Moto Mods Now 50% Cheaper On Verizon

    If you are an owner of an Moto Z or Moto Z2 series smartphone, then this is the perfect time to improve your handset by purchasing Moto Mods accessory. Why? Because Verizon has now lowered the price of nearly all Moto Mods by 50%, and that even includes the brand new


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    Galaxy S9 Gets Benchmarked, Already Slower Than Latest iPhones

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    Huawei Honor V10 Gets Certified By TENAA

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    Samsung Working On A New 2-in-1 Chromebook

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    OnePlus 5T Durability Test Shows Good Design

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    Facebook Removes Ability To Delete Posts On Desktop

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