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SpaceX will try again to launch its mysterious Zuma mission this weekend

admin - Jan 07, 2018

[ad_1] On Sunday, SpaceX is set to launch perhaps its most secretive payload yet: a classified government satellite built by defense contractor Northrop Grumman. The purpose of…

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LG’s first 4K projector can beam a 150-inch picture onto your wall

admin - Jan 05, 2018

[ad_1] LG isn’t waiting until CES to reveal one of its high-end living room gadgets for 2018: it’s a 4K HDR projector. LG claims the new UHD…

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Google is now testing its mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook

admin - Jan 02, 2018

[ad_1] Google has been experimenting with a new operating system, Fuchsia, for more than a year. Created by Google and open-sourced for a developer community to contribute…

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2017: My year in cars

admin - Dec 31, 2017

[ad_1] From Audi to Tesla and beyond Continue reading… [ad_2] Source link

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The Verge 2017 tech report card: Apple

admin - Dec 28, 2017

[ad_1] If you only care about Apple’s products and not Apple as a corporate entity, I’m going to have to be the bearer of bad news: this…

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Leeroy Jenkins creator releases never seen before cut to raise awareness about net neutrality

admin - Dec 26, 2017

[ad_1] Leeroy Jenkins has returned once more to ruin World of Warcraft raids, but this time for a good cause. The creators of the infamous meme released…

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By ditching usernames, OKCupid is removing a crucial protective barrier

admin - Dec 23, 2017

[ad_1] Days after deleting an OKCupid profile that included personal information, Reddit user Drinkscocoaandreads logged onto Facebook to find an unpleasant surprise. “I had like three guys…

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Bright proves that Netflix can do blockbusters — but most blockbusters aren’t that exciting

admin - Dec 21, 2017

[ad_1] When Netflix first began producing original television shows, it wasn’t clear how well the service would do. It was easy to think of internet-only video as…

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Facebook will soon demote posts that beg for likes, comments, and shares

admin - Dec 18, 2017

[ad_1] Starting this week, Facebook will begin demoting spammy or “engagement bait” posts that goad users into taking actions like sharing, tagging, liking, or commenting. Posts which…

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Microsoft is adding native OpenSSH to Windows 10

admin - Dec 14, 2017

[ad_1] Microsoft has been steadily making Windows 10 a lot more developer friendly, adding the bash command line, alongside Ubuntu, SUSE Linux, and Fedora Linux distributions. The…