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9 reasons why you want Android Pie

Google announced on Monday official version of Android P – now officially dubbed Android Pie – for users of its Pixel phones. There are plenty of new features in Android Pie, some of which you may think makes the latest flavor so appealing. Here are nine reasons you want a piece of pie. Now Playing: Watch This: Watch Android Ps …

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Apple Seeds Sixth Beta by macOS Mojave to Developer [Update: Public Beta Available]

Apple today seeded the sixth beta of an upcoming MacOS Mojave update to test developer one week after releasing the fifth beta and two months after introducing the software at the Worldwide Developers Conference. macOS Mojave introduces a new method of installing software updates, so after you install the first beta version using the appropriate developer center profile, further betas …

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Ford Mustang Bullitt Review: Almost Steve McQueen Cool

Fortunately for car and movie buffs, Ford did something good. It created a special edition which, in turn, is the new Mustang GT (a good car) but better. From $ 46,595, Bullitt is about $ 7,000 more than GT. Remember, the nostalgia is powerful. Powerful enough to suck a big piece of money out of your wallet because you want …

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Microsoft Surface Go Review: Portable, purposeful, not powerful

Microsoft's history in the budget platform is a bit checkered. Remember Surface RT? It was a flop. And other smaller areas never felt right. But Surface Go ($ 349 to start, $ 549 as tested, before accessories) feels quite right. The 10-inch screen is not a lot of real estate, but it's only enough to plow down and get some …

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Facebook cranes banks, but for chatbots do not buy data like Google – TechCrunch

Backlash swelled this morning after Facebook's financial services aspirations became disadvantageous through a Wall Street Journal report that neglected how the social network already works with banks. Facebook spokesman Elisabeth Diana tells TechCrunch that it does not request credit card transaction data from banks and it is not interesting to build a dedicated banking feature where you can interact with …

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Android 9 Pie is available for Google Pixel phones today

Google has announced that the final delivery version of the latest Android update is available to all Pixel phones today. And as usual, it has announced a name to keep up with the update on the air: "Android 9 Pie." Android 9 Pies main features are the same as we revealed in May: a "Digital Wellbeing" panel, a new gesture-based …

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AMD opens pre orders for 2nd generation Threadripper chips

Advanced Micro Devices said it takes preorders via 80 online retailers for its 16-core and 32-core second-generation Threadripper processors aimed at meeting creators, developers, and game enthusiasts. The company said that sending four models of Threadripper between August 13 and October. The 32-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX will start delivering on August 13 in a challenge to Intel's dominance at …

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Octopath Traveler Review, Part 3: The Road Should Be Taken

This is the third part of our Octopath Traveler review. Read the preceding two sections for contextualization and thoughts about other parts of the game: Octopath Traveler Review-in-progress, Part 1: A Fresh and Nostalgic Air Octopath Traveler Review, Part 2: The Banana Is Your In the case of long games – especially RPGs – there is always a risk that …

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"Breath of the Wild" Location revealed

The official Legend of Zelda timeline has been updated again by Nintendo, and there are some seemingly exciting news that quickly turn out to be anti-climatic. We finally know when The legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild took place! We now officially know when Breath of the Wild took place compared to other Zelda games Nintendo On the official …

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