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Xiaomi-folding phone prototype revealed, and it's better than FlexPai

Donovan Sung After years of development, it seems that 2019 will finally host commercially available collapsible phones, as Samsung and others are rapidly evolving in the sector. Now, Xiaomi has proven to take on the folding phone, albeit in prototype form. Xiaomi spokesman Donovan Sung published a video on Twitter, which shows co-founder Bin Lin playing with a prototype that …

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Future Chrome update may kill some ad-blocking extensions

Horror stories about Chrome extensions secretly copying user data, injecting ads into pages, or mining cryptocurrency in the background have become all too common. In October of last year, Google laid out its plans to make extensions safer, which included future changes to APIs. If it turns out, these changes can most of all content blockers from working. Chrome extensions …

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LG teaser "goodbye touch" for MWC smartphone reveal

Does LG leak a smooth user interface for its new flagship smartphone? LG LG has sent out a "save date" invitation to an unveiling event at the Mobile World Congress later this month suggesting that the Korean smartphone manufacturer is getting rid of actually having to touch the device screen. Invite, delivered in the form of a 10-second video (see …

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57-Hr Long Donkey Kong Stream increased $ 340,000 for Trans Kids

This weekend, HBomberguy, aka Harry Brewis, streamed a 57-hour game on Donkey Kong on Twitch. One of his goals was to "destroy Donkey Kong 64," a game he said he "never completed properly as a child". So now he was determined to beat the 100% completion amount for the game's performance and said he wouldn't stop playing until he was …

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WhatsApp temporarily crashes, over one million users affected: Report

New Delhi: Twitterverse entered a tizzy late Tuesday when the popular WhatsApp messaging program broke down, much to the dissatisfaction of users worldwide. "When you delete data, caches, restart the phone, uninstall and reinstall the app but #WhatsApp is still down," a Twitter user posted on Tuesday (local time). When you clear the data, cache, restart the phone, uninstall and …

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Microsoft Starts Beta Testing Windows 10 Patches with Actual Beta Testers

Microsoft releases "C" and "D" updates to people who click "Check for Updates" in Windows Update. Those people become unwitting beta testers. January 2019's C update has a rare distinction: Microsoft tested it with Windows Insiders first C and D updates are released in the third and fourth week of most months. They include non-security fixes and are only installed …

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Google Hangouts starts in the sunset in October

Google Hangouts will end in October. Screenshot of Abrar Al-Heeti Google's video chat tool goes away for some users later this year. For G Suite customers, Google Hangouts officially runs in October, and Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet will take the place of next-generation team communication tools according to a G Suite blog entry. Individual consumers can still use Google …

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2020 GMC Sierra HD First Look: Heavy-Duty Competition

Add the Max Trailering Package to the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, and your light-duty pickup truck can tow and impressive 12,200 pounds. For most people's needs, that's more than enough. But some buyers need even more capable workhorse. If you are one of those potential customers, meet the 2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty. View 31 Photos GMC bills the new …

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Resident Evil 2 Review – Revisiting Raccoon City

Reliving familiar cheeks can often make a less than exciting horror experience. But with the remake of Resident Evil 2, Capcom shows respect for the originals, while doing well to give the macabre atmosphere and tense gameplay a noticeable upgrade. As a result, this classification of the classic survival horror game shows that the series can still offer a frightening …

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