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Google’s new ad blocker makes a surprise appearance in a special Chrome build for Android

Google is making a move to upgrade your mobile browsing experience in future versions of Chrome. The search giant is finally banishing those distracting ads that make it more difficult

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Report: Apple won’t announce a streaming TV service at WWDC

Don’t cancel your cable subscription just yet. Apple’s subscription TV service won’t be announced at WWDC, Re/code is reporting. According to unnamed sources, the official announcement of the highly anticipated new add-on to Apple TV has been

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Sunrise Smart Pillow monitors your sleep cycle as it awakens you

It’s key to helping you sleep, and now, it will play a role in waking you up, too. We’re talking, of course, about your pillow — that indispensable bedroom accessory that

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Atlus has some unique rules about streaming ‘Persona 5’ to avoid spoilers

Persona 5 developer and publisher Atlus posted a message on its official site on Tuesday, dictating some rules about streaming and video for the game — and they’re pretty strange. On the

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The MacBook Pro’s beloved MagSafe could return as … a dongle

The new MacBook Pros dropped a weight class and gained a Touch Bar, but they also killed the beloved MagSafe charger. Instead of a charging port that gently breaks away

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The Mac Mini gets little love, but it survives

Pity the Mac Mini. It’s not Apple’s most powerful Mac, nor has it ever been a design triumph. A dozen years after Steve Jobs launched it, there’s never been a

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Engineers develop low-cost, flexible terahertz radiation source for fast, non-invasive screening

Portable handheld sensors for detecting explosives, wearable sensors that can detect chemical agents, compact devices for fast and accurate identification of defects in computing chips as well as advanced, non-invasive

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How to 3-D print your own sonic tractor beam

Last year Asier Marzo, then a doctoral student at the Public University of Navarre, helped develop the first single-sided acoustic tractor beam — that is, the first realization of trapping

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Flu fighter: Breath monitor to detect flu

Perena Gouma, a professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington, has published an article in the journal Sensors that describes her invention

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Smart TVs, Hard Drives, Fitbit Flex 2, and More Tech Deals This Week

This week we’ve found some great deals on big-screen TVs, wireless routers, headphones for workouts, and much more. If you’re looking for a nice discount on any of these products,