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OnePlus Nord: The return of the original flagship killer?

Opinion post by Igor Bonifacic With the OnePlus North, the Shenzhen brand has released a phone that falls below the $ 500 mark (or at least it would have if it were actually launched in the US). This is something that the company has not done in almost three years, which is a very long time in the smartphone industry. …

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now Japan’s second best – selling game ever

Since Nintendo released its latest financial results, we’ve heard very about Animal Crossing: New Horizons sale. It has now sold over 22 million copies worldwide, which means that it has sold more copies than the entire Metroid franchise. If this was not already sufficient proof of how Big Nintendo’s life swimming series has become over the years, Game Data Library …

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Ten new tricks WatchOS 7 will soon come to your Apple Watch

Angela Lang / CNET This story is part of WWDC 2020. All the latest coverage from Apple’s WWDC Annual Developers Conference. Apple Watch ($ 399 at Apple) learn some new tricks in WatchOS 7. Apple announced its latest software updates in June at this year’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference and gave a sneak peek at the new features coming to …

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Microsoft’s Surface Duo can launch with AT&T

It seems like they are not sharing anything new themselves, although being a friendly reminder to offer an Android device with Google apps also means accepting the search giant’s policy, including the presence of a Google search box in one of the standard home screens. The duo may not be as expensive as you might expect. While the two 5.6-inch …

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Apple’s Radical MacBook Pro is missing

It’s only natural that geekerati are happy about Apple’s move to ARM-based processors. The first MacBooks with the new technology are expected later this year. There will be a marketing force (I expect something along the lines of “lighter machine, more power and longer battery life”), but the general consumer is likely to compare MacOS laptops with Windows 10 laptops. …

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New Apple Leak Reveals iPhone 12 Design Shock

08/08 Update below. This entry was posted on August 6th iPhone 12 surprises will come (both good news, bad news and unexpected twists), but now we know perhaps the biggest problem with Apple’s new iPhones. Apple iPhone 12 renders with the expected smaller hack svetapple MORE FROM BARiPhone 12 prices are rising like Apple’s expensive new range leaksPast Gordon Kelly …

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Get a Volkswagen Golf 6 GTI from R139 999 – The Citizen

The car that most people strive to drive and own, the Volkswagen Golf GTI, is one of the most successful cult cars in Volkswagen history in South Africa. The first generation Golf GTI was launched in South Africa in November 1982 and was a pioneer in the hot hatch category. The naturally aspirated 1.8-liter engine had an output of 82 …

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Dr Disrespect makes a statement about the Twitch ban during his YouTube return stream

Docs return Youtube This article was last updated on 8/8/20. The man can generate hype, I’ll give him that. After a mysterious disappearance that lasted longer than a month, Dr Disrespect has returned to streaming today on YouTube, his obvious new home after his permanent Twitch ban. Yesterday afternoon, Doc started running a static stream, and after the first hour …

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Apple is taking legal action against small companies with a pear logo

Apple is taking legal action against the developers of the app “Prepear” because of its logo, according to iPhone in Canada. Prepear is an app that helps users discover recipes, plan meals, create lists and organize groceries. The app is a spinoff of “Super Healthy Kids” and the founders claim that they are facing disputes from Apple. Apple reportedly talks …

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Snapdragon chip shortages put> 1 billion Android phones at risk of data theft

One billion or more Android devices are vulnerable to hacks that can turn them into spyware by exploiting more than 400 vulnerabilities in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip, researchers reported this week. The vulnerabilities could be exploited when a target downloads a video or other content rendered by the chip. Targets can also be attacked by installing malicious apps that do not …

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