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Intel 10th Gen CPUs: Intel officially reveals 11 new Ice Lake processors

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Intel has finally confirmed the names and specifications of 11 mobile PC SKUs in the 10th Gen Intel Core (Ice Lake) processor family ahead of their release on various lightweight laptops later this year.  More than 35 thin-and-light 2-in-1 laptops are confirmed to be in production rocking the Ice Lake processors. Dell already confirmed a […]

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Google’s Play Pass subscription has a killer feature to beat Apple Arcade

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Google Play seems to be getting its own subscription service to take on Apple Arcade. Screenshots of the service in action have emerged and Google has now confirmed the subscription’s existence. In the screenshots, the Google Play Pass is described as providing an experience with no purchases, no ads and in-app purchases unlocked. The pricing […]

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Drone racing just got a whole lot better, thanks to DJI’s new Digital FPV Ecosystem

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DJI is launching a new system that looks set to bring drone racing to the masses. From the average joe to professional drone pilots, the new Digital FPV system is looking to make the new phenomenon a pick-up-and-play activity. The system includes goggles, a transmission mobile, a camera and a remote controller (in certain configurations). […]

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Pokemon Go has been downloaded one billion times

Pokemon Go has achieved a remarkable landmark milestone: since it launched in July 2016, the app has been downloaded one billion times. It’s hardly surprising. I was working as a freelancer when Pokemon Go emerged into the world in July 2016. At the time, it was a cultural phenomenon,  and for a while it felt […]

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Motorola One Action ‘leak’ reveals a Xiaomi Mi A3 rival with Android One

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Renders of the Motorola One Action have ‘leaked’ online revealing fresh details about the company’s latest Android One affordable phone. The ‘leaked’ renders were posted by Twitter leaker Ishan Agarwai on Wednesday and show off the Motorola One Actions’s front and back. Motorola One Action Official White and Blue/Green Render! Like this new Triple Camera […]

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You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on O2 – even though it doesn’t have 5G yet

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O2’s started selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, letting you nab the next-gen handset for a modest £54.64 per month, but there’s one catch: Its 5G network isn’t actually live yet. The phone went on sale on the O2 webstore and physical shops today. It’s currently available on 4G contracts including a basic one that […]

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Xiaomi might be adding a Galaxy S10 feature to future phones – and we can’t wait

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Reverse wireless charging has been one of 2019’s standout features, with Huawei and Samsung adding it to their flagship phones. And now it seems like Xiaomi might be joining the party too. According to a leak from an XDA forum member, there are strings in a recent MUIU beta allegedly mentioning wireless reverse charging. A […]

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Facebook’s planned TV camera sounds deeply unappealing − even with its secret weapon on board

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Facebook is reportedly planning to release a streaming device that would also slap a camera onto your TV. It’s a move that suggests one of two things. Either Facebook is completely unaware of the tech community’s current perceptions of it, or it really love its ongoing role as world super-villain. Related: How to delete a […]

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