Apple Signs Two-Year Deal With Samsung For 92 Million OLED iPhone Panels

Apple Signs Two-Year Deal With Samsung For 92 Million OLED iPhone Panels Apple has reportedly signed a two-year contract with Samsung for the supply up to 92 million curved OLED panels, as it attempts to ramp up capacity for this year’s release of its high-end “iPhone 8“. Earlier this week supply chain sources claimed Apple […]

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Twitter Announces 'Lite' Mobile Web Service to Minimize Data Usage

Twitter Announces 'Lite' Mobile Web Service to Minimize Data Usage Twitter announced a faster version of its mobile service on Wednesday with the launch of “Twitter Lite”, a web-browser based experience that aims to mimic the social media app’s main features while minimizing data usage. Twitter Lite can be accessed on mobile browsers from mobile.twitter.com […]

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Australian Consumer Regulator Sues Apple Over 'Error 53' iPhone Shutdowns

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Hundreds of Icebergs Are Disrupting Shipping Lanes In the Atlantic

Hundreds of Icebergs Are Disrupting Shipping Lanes In the Atlantic The U.S. agency in charge of monitoring icebergs has warned shipping companies that an unusual amount of icebergs for this time of year are drifting into North Atlantic shipping lanes, disrupting a complex international system that affects numerous facets of life. Experts aren’t certain that […]

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The FBI Considers Opening a Cyber University for Hackers Who Don't Want to Do So Many Push-ups

The FBI Considers Opening a Cyber University for Hackers Who Don't Want to Do So Many Push-ups In 2014, FBI Director James Comey half-jokingly remarked that the FBI was having trouble recruiting tech talent for its cyber crime division because the best of the best smoke weed. Three years and numerous hacking scandals later, he’s […]

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A 'Lost' Neptune-Like Planet Has Finally Been Found

A 'Lost' Neptune-Like Planet Has Finally Been Found It’s gotta be hard to be an exoplanet these days, living in the shadow of the everyone’s new favorite system, TRAPPIST-1. But the reality is, there are tons of exoplanets that deserve our love—according to NASA, as of last month, 3,472 exoplanets have been confirmed. Many more […]

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The Lego Version of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer Proves All Movies Should Be Lego-fied

The Lego Version of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer Proves All Movies Should Be Lego-fied The Lego Batman Movie made enough at the box office to ensure that won’t be the last superhero to get the Lego Hollywood treatment. YouTube’s Huxley Berg Studios makes a strong case for the Guardians of the Galaxy to […]

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The Blair Witch Project Almost Had a Far More Gruesome Ending

The Blair Witch Project Almost Had a Far More Gruesome Ending The final shot of The Blair Witch Project is haunting. It’s Michael standing in a corner, turned away so he won’t see the terrible thing about to happen to Heather, who is holding the camera. However, in a new interview, the filmmakers explained that […]

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YouTube Is Officially in the Live TV Game Now

YouTube Is Officially in the Live TV Game Now YouTube TV—the cordcutting service Google teased six weeks ago—is now available in five cities. If you live in New York, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay area, Philadelphia, or Chicago, you can sign-up for the $35 a month live TV bundle right now. Read more… Source: […]

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Why Legends of Tomorrow's Second Season Was Such a Triumph

Why Legends of Tomorrow's Second Season Was Such a Triumph If you gave up on Legends of Tomorrow in season one, that would be more than fair. What should have been a fun romp through time and space instead got bogged down in a single plot that didn’t showcase the best of the characters involved. […]

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These Ancient Texts Might Help Us Predict the Next Massive Solar Storm

These Ancient Texts Might Help Us Predict the Next Massive Solar Storm Spotting the Northern Lights anywhere in the United States (except for Alaska and the Upper Midwest) would probably be one of most notable experiences in an American space fan’s life. Now imagine if it was China or Japan a thousand years ago and […]

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The Engineer In The Google Vs. Uber 'Stolen Tech' Case Might Be An Evil Genius

The Engineer In The Google Vs. Uber 'Stolen Tech' Case Might Be An Evil Genius Anthony Levandowski is the key player in the unfolding legal fight between his former employer, Google’s self-driving car unit Waymo, and Uber, where he now runs the startup’s self-driving program. To put it lightly, the case has shown the dude […]

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Taser Debuts Orwellian New Name, Offers Free Body Cams for Every Cop in America 

Taser Debuts Orwellian New Name, Offers Free Body Cams for Every Cop in America  On Wednesday, stun gun maker Taser announced that it’s offering free body cameras to every police department in the United States. That’s 700,000 cops across 18,000 departments. Rebranding itself as “Axon” (as in the nerve fibers that connect neurons throughout the […]

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Want to Stop Your Internet Provider From Selling Your Browsing Data? It Ain't Easy

Want to Stop Your Internet Provider From Selling Your Browsing Data? It Ain't Easy This week, President Donald Trump signed the widely–criticized bill repealing FCC ISP privacy rules, which would have required internet service providers to get opt-in consent before selling customers’ web browsing history. The rules hadn’t actually gone into effect, but the bill’s […]

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Watch What Happens When Thousands of People Battle to Make Pixel Art at the Same Time

Watch What Happens When Thousands of People Battle to Make Pixel Art at the Same Time The world was given a slight reprieve from the unbearable antics of April Fools’ Day this year given the festivities fell on a Saturday. But Reddit also did its part to make April 1 a little more bearable with […]

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'YouTube TV' Streaming Service Launches in Five U.S. Cities

'YouTube TV' Streaming Service Launches in Five U.S. Cities YouTube TV, YouTube’s streaming television service that was first announced in late February, is rolling out to five cities in the United States starting today. Priced at $35, the service is available in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, and Chicago. […]

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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 27 With Bug Fixes and Feature Improvements

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 27 With Bug Fixes and Feature Improvements Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced one year ago in March of 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology Preview to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. Safari […]

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Facebook's 'Stories' Section Now Shows Your Friends as 'Ghosts' to Make You Think They're Using It

Facebook's 'Stories' Section Now Shows Your Friends as 'Ghosts' to Make You Think They're Using It Last week, Facebook launched its new camera-focused update that brought along “Facebook Stories” into the main iOS application. Like Snapchat and Instagram Stories before it, Facebook Stories let users post a picture or video onto their feed, which disappears […]

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Apple Says It Has No Plans for Solely ARM-Based or Touchscreen Macs

Apple Says It Has No Plans for Solely ARM-Based or Touchscreen Macs Apple recently invited a small group of reporters to Cupertino for a roundtable discussion about the Mac, and while the conversation was primarily focused on the Mac Pro, Apple also revealed that it has no plans for Macs with touchscreens or Macs powered […]

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