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Google discloses Microsoft Edge security flaw before a patch is ready

Google discloses Microsoft Edge security flaw before a patch is ready

Microsoft and Google have been bitter rivals for at least a decade, and the pair have had several disagreements over security vulnerability disclosure in recent years. Google is stoking those
LG will reportedly introduce a redesigned flagship phone in June

LG will reportedly introduce a redesigned flagship phone in June

LG will introduce a redesigned flagship phone in June, codenamed Judy, reports Venture Beat. LG has previously said it would depart from its predictable smartphone launch cycle, with this June rumor
Microsoft accidentally reveals Windows 10 on ARM limitations

Microsoft accidentally reveals Windows 10 on ARM limitations

Microsoft launched ARM-powered Windows 10 PCs with “all-day” battery life back in December. While HP, Asus, and Lenovo’s devices aren’t on sale just yet, we’re still waiting to hear more about the
Final Fantasy XV’s mobile version is a perfect introduction to the series

Final Fantasy XV’s mobile version is a perfect introduction to the series

Square Enix has done an enormous amount of work over the last decade to turn Final Fantasy XV into more than just the latest game in the series. It’s been a spectacle: first announced as a spinoff of
The Mueller indictment exposes the danger of Facebook’s focus on Groups

The Mueller indictment exposes the danger of Facebook’s focus on Groups

A year ago this past Friday, Mark Zuckerberg published a lengthy post titled “.” It offered a comprehensive statement from the Facebook CEO on how he planned to move the company away from its longtime
Mind over matter? Alex Hutchinson explains the role of the brain when it comes to the limits of human endurance

Mind over matter? Alex Hutchinson explains the role of the brain when it comes to the limits of human endurance

Once, we believed that the body was a machine, and the secret to optimal performance came from the muscles, the lungs, the heart. Then, we were told that it’s all in our head, and we just need to push
Night in the Woods isn’t about growing up, but becoming an adult

Night in the Woods isn’t about growing up, but becoming an adult

It can be difficult to find time to finish a video game, especially if you only have a few hours a week to play. In our new biweekly column Short Play we suggest video games that can be started and
Visa says Coinbase is not at fault for overcharging cryptocurrency holders

Visa says Coinbase is not at fault for overcharging cryptocurrency holders

It turns out that card issuer Visa is in fact the culprit in an increasingly messy Coinbase customer support nightmare that’s seen multiple users’ cryptocurrency accounts hit with reverse
The case for using the iPhone X without a case

The case for using the iPhone X without a case

The iPhone X, the most expensive smartphone Apple has ever made, is undeniably an aesthetic marvel, from the chrome-colored rounded corners and the reflective glass rear cover to the elliptical
Imaginary Worlds is the slick, deep-dive podcast sci-fi and fantasy fans need to hear

Imaginary Worlds is the slick, deep-dive podcast sci-fi and fantasy fans need to hear

There are a ton of podcasts out there, but finding the right one can be difficult. In our new column Pod Hunters, we cover what we’ve been listening to that we can’t stop thinking about. A couple of
My original iPod is a time capsule from 2002

My original iPod is a time capsule from 2002

I made some strange music choices... don’t judge me Continue reading…
Wireless earbuds are too wireless for me

Wireless earbuds are too wireless for me

I usually listen to music using a cheap pair of HTC headphones, for a variety of reasons that I’ve discussed before. But recently, I’ve been trying out a few pairs of Bluetooth earbuds as my full-time
Facebook will mail out postcards to verify US election advertisers

Facebook will mail out postcards to verify US election advertisers

Facebook plans to mail out verification postcards through the US postal service to anyone purchasing ads related to US elections, . The postcards will contain a special code that advertisers must
Amazon owns my Echo, I’m just feeding it

Amazon owns my Echo, I’m just feeding it

It’s no secret that voice assistants are a Trojan Horse. You “buy” a voice assistant like an Echo Dot or a Google Home, and you plug it in and give it your Wi-Fi password. But you don’t “own” it like
Truly wireless earbuds haven’t caught up to AirPods after more than a year

Truly wireless earbuds haven’t caught up to AirPods after more than a year

AirPods are the best truly wireless earbuds available because they nail the essentials like ease of use, reliability, and battery life. There are alternatives that definitely sound better from Bose,
The Smart car goes electric before it plans its autonomous future

The Smart car goes electric before it plans its autonomous future

Look at some of the autonomous vehicle concepts, predicting a future of us being able to treat a car as a lounge or work area when we don’t want to actually drive, and you’ll notice one thing: space.
The Nano S is a 360 camera built for social media

The Nano S is a 360 camera built for social media

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been testing out the Nano S 360-degree camera from Insta360. It’s a cute little camera that clicks into your iPhone’s Lightning port and takes 360-degree photos and
11 new trailers you should watch this week

11 new trailers you should watch this week

I finally got around to seeing Wonder Woman last month on my flight back from CES. I know a plane isn’t the best place to watch a movie, but it was very useful for tuning out the strangers who were
$200 off the Microsoft Surface Pro, and more great Presidents’ Day sales

$200 off the Microsoft Surface Pro, and more great Presidents’ Day sales

If you don’t have the day off from work or school, you could be forgiven if you have no idea when Presidents’ Day is. Well, it’s on Monday, and retailers are trying to give people a reason to remember
Rosalie Yu turns her sweet tooth into a virtual reality art form

Rosalie Yu turns her sweet tooth into a virtual reality art form

In A Ritual of Habits, Yu documents two years’ worth of desserts Continue reading…