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  • RX 6700 XT and Ryzen 9 5950X now available through Newegg Shuffle  TechRadarSnag a Radeon RX 6700 XT or Ryzen 9 5950X in the Latest Newegg Shuffle  Tom's HardwareView Full Coverage on Google News
  • Report: Google Pixel 5a canceled due to ongoing chip shortage  9to5GoogleGoogle Pixel Watch just leaked — first look at Apple Watch 7 rival  Tom's GuideThe Google Pixel 5a is not canceled but will likely see a limited release  Android CentralGoogle Pixel Watch leak teases a classic timepiece feature  TechRadarGoogle announces Pixel 5A 5G by denying rumors it’s canceled  The VergeView […]
  • Hitman’s best feature, the Elusive Target, has arrived in Hitman 3  The VergeHitman 3: The Collector – Elusive Target (Mission Briefing) | PS5, PS4, PS VR  PlayStationHitman 3 April roadmap reveals new Escalation and two Elusive Targets  VG247HITMAN 3: The Collector Elusive Target (Mission Briefing)  HITMANHitman 3: Season of Greed April roadmap has been revealed  TrueAchievementsView Full Coverage on Google […]
  • Haunted island sim Cozy Grove works best on mobile  PolygonCozy Grove Review (Switch eShop)  Nintendo LifeCozy Grove – Launch Trailer – Nintendo Switch  NintendoHaunted island sim Cozy Grove works greatest on cell  Enter21stView Full Coverage on Google News
  • Apple Never Made iMessage for Android to Lock-In iOS Users, Epic Court Docs Show  GizmodoApple says iMessage on Android ‘will hurt us more than help us’  The VergeApple iMessage Is a Lock-In Abomination  PCMag.comApple admits that iMessage for Android was killed to keep its walled garden  Android PoliceEpic Games vs Apple — things just got ugly right before trial  Tom's […]

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  • Earlier this year, Google added call recording and transcription features to the Google Phone app in select regions. And now, the company is testing an “Always Record” feature that allows users to automatically record conversations with unknown callers or specific phone numbers.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • If you’ve always wanted a smartwatch but unwilling to pay a lot for one, the Wyze Watch should look tempting thanks to its sub $40 price. But getting ahold of one is difficult at best. Or was anyway, as Micro Center will sell you one today. You can pick it up in-store or pay for shipping.Read This […]
  • Neuralink, one of Elon Musk’s many technological ventures, has just taken a huge step forward. In a new blog post and video, we see a macaque with Neuralink implants playing a game of Pong using only its mind—no controllers.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • With the Pixel 5 out, it’s hard not to think about a Pixel 5a. After all, Google’s previous Pixel 4a might be the perfect phone at a budget price, and a new version should be better. But according to prolific leaker Jon Prosser, Google may have canceled the Pixel 5a. But honestly, that’s no so bad.Read This […]
  • Have you always used an iPhone but found yourself curious about Android? Samsung’s new iTest site lets you test drive its flavor of Android without having to make the full plunge. You don’t have to install or buy anything, just visit a website and give it a go.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

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  • If you’re like me, you use your rewards credit card for almost every purchase to earn points or cash back, and you might not really thinking about it. But not every transaction is worth flashing the plastic, as some vendors might charge transaction fees which negate your rewards, or worse, end up costing you more […]
  • Having a sore arm after you get a vaccine is pretty common, but some people who get their first dose of a COVID vaccine have ended up with a red or itchy rash on their arm or, occasionally, their whole body. Fortunately, the rash goes away and tends not to come back—at least not as […]
  • If you have one of three different models of an Ellipsis Jetpack hotspot—the same Jetpack hotspot you would have purchased from Verizon to give nearby devices access to 4G connectivity—you’re going to want to stop using them. Verizon is recalling around 2.5 million of these hotspots over concerns that their…Read more…
  • T-Mobile is constantly giving out special deals, but its latest promotion is an enticing gambit to get more users on its 5G network. Starting April 18, T-Mobile will let you trade in your older phone for a Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. And if you’re an Apple fan, you can trade in your non-5G iPhone for […]
  • The English language is full of words that sound similar and mean similar things, but do retain their own special place if we want to use them precisely. Who and whom. Affect and effect. Sympathy and empathy. Utmost and upmost. And the especially vexing lay, lie, lain, and laid. Another that tends to trip people […]

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  • More than a third of the Antarctic ice shelf risks collapsing into the sea if global temperatures reach 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels as climate change warms the world, a new study from the UK's University of Reading has warned. From a report: In a forecasting study, scientists found that 34% […]
  • A Google proposal which enables a web browser to treat a group of domains as one for privacy and security reasons has been opposed by the W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG). From a report: Google's First Party Sets (FPS) relates to the way web browsers determine whether a cookie or other resource comes from the […]
  • Google is signaling to the White House that a lack of coordination on tech and trade policy across the Atlantic is hurting business. From a report: Google's head of global policy and government affairs, Karan Bhatia, is urging the Biden administration to accept an invitation from the European Commission to form an EU-U.S. Trade and […]
  • Amazon employees at a Bessemer, Alabama warehouse have voted against unionizing the facility's roughly 5,800-person workforce. From a report: The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has tallied 1,700 "no" votes on the measure, more than half of the 3,215 ballots cast by employees at the BHM1 fulfillment center. Roughly 700 votes that have been counted […]
  • Zachary Horwitz never made it big on the Sunset Strip — there was the uncredited part in Brad Pitt's "Fury" and a host of roles in low-budget thrillers and horror flicks. But federal charges suggest he had acting talent, duping several financial firms out of hundreds of millions of dollars and enabling him to live […]

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