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2019 iPhone XR colors: Two new ones on the road

Earlier today, a report suggested that the new Apple A13 processor has entered production and is intended for the new iPhone 11 and iPhone XR. Now, supply chain blog Macotakara reports that the new iPhone XR will be available in a few new colors. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip According to the report, the new iPhone XR will be available in …

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Twitch Star Ninja shuts off his camera while eating all over Ramadan

Photo: Robert Reiners (Getty Images) Streamers, like other people who for some reason choose not ] spend most of their day at the camera, have to eat. Most streamers talk temporarily or have meals while they are streaming, increasing the feeling that viewers are looking at an ordinary person who goes over their daily routine. But for Twitch's head-dressed money, …

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Facebook Dating is now Clear Underdog to Tinder

When Facebook announced their plans to enter the dating room in May of May, panicked investors were sent market leaders match Group s stock tumbling against its worst drop ever. One year later, they are not so worried. The most important competition risk for Match's operations seems to have been forfeited. Facebook (ticker: FB) has not yet launched a dating …

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Sony PS4 State Of Play News Roundup: Everything Announced

Sony's stream is now over, and despite loading just over 10 minutes, this State of Play featured a fair number of announcements. The event started out with a look at the upcoming Iceborne expansion for Monster Hunter World before launching into new and previously announced games. An asymmetrical online action game based on the Predator is coming from the developers …

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3 ways Android Q is built for 5G

Android Q has many exciting UX extensions and enhancements, such as Dark Mode but it also has some under-hood additions to help with learning 5G phones . We learned from them at Google IO 2019 new app developer opportunities to detect download speed and latency for user data, and whether their connections are measured by carriers. "[TechRadar saw] a phone …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may miss the new 64MP camera sensor

Shortly after Samsung announced a new 64MP camera sensor that could appear in next year's Galaxy S11, the sensor coming to the Galaxy Note 10 later hoped to be dashed by a reputable Samsung device leak. "To be sure, the Samsung Note10 will not use 64MP CMOS," Tweeted @ UniverseIce but also notes "This is not necessarily a bad thing." …

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Microsoft vs. Google: This browser is not about privacy

Privacy is dead Tonya Hall sits down with Amy Webb, professor at the NYU Stern School of Business and founder of the Future Today Institute, about the 2019 Tech Trends Report and its findings. In a week when Microsoft and Google keep sharing developer conferences, it's tempting to look at every announcement and every product decision as a left jab …

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