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The LG V30 will have a huge, 6-inch OLED screen

Unlike most smartphone makers, LG doesn’t exactly keep the details about upcoming phones under wraps. Instead, the company slowly releases info on the devices’ key features in the weeks ahead

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You can start a coding career without a degree — here’s how

Bored of slaving away at a job you don’t love? Stuck in a career rut? Hating on the man? There’s one easy solution to changing things up: teach yourself how

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The Kickstarter campaign for this smartwatch has raised more than $2 million

Wearable tech is having a moment – and nothing more so than smartwatches. Powered by Android Wear and compatible with iOS, the Ticwatch Sport and Ticwatch Express watches use Google Assistant and all of

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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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Google pulls virtual assistant ad after users complain

Google Home users got a surprise on Thursday when their virtual assistants cheerily mentioned that the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” is opening in theaters this weekend. The

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Sony won’t chase after the consumer 360 camera market, executive says

It’s strange to not see Sony’s hand in just about any segment of the consumer tech industry but the company’s immersive video plans don’t include a stand-alone 360 camera. From

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Oculus Rift promised us the future of VR. Here’s what really happened.

The Oculus Rift celebrates its one-year anniversary this week, following its commercial debut on March 28, 2016. Happy birthday, Oculus, your growing pains are showing. But the awkward baby steps

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Why Do Chrome Extensions Need “All Your Data on the Websites You Visit”?

Many extensions in the Chrome Web Store want to “read and change all your data on the websites you visit”. That sounds a little dangerous—and it can be—but many extensions just need

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Wall-jumping robot is most vertically agile ever built

Roboticists at UC Berkeley have designed a small robot that can leap into the air and then spring off a wall, or perform multiple vertical jumps in a row, resulting

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APP DEVELOPERS NOT READY FOR IOS TRANSPORT SECURITY REQUIREMENTS

A month before Apple is expected to enforce stricter security requirements for app communications in iOS, enterprise developers don’t seem ready to embrace them, a new study shows. The study