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25.09.2018
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8 reasons why you should get the iPhone 7 instead of the new iPhone XR, XS, or XS Max

Apple It looks like the four-figure price tag is here to stay when it comes to new iPhones from Apple. Indeed, the $1,000 iPhone XS and $1,100 iPhone XS Max may very well be out of reach for some who want the iPhone experience, and even for those who don’t want to spend that much […]

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Microsoft launches Office 2019 for Windows and Mac

Available to all consumers in the coming weeks Microsoft is releasing Office 2019 for Windows and Mac today. The update is designed for businesses and consumers that haven’t opted into Microsoft’s Office 365 service with monthly feature updates. Office 2019 is essentially a subset of features that have been added to Office 365 over the […]

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anatoliykv
24.09.2018
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Free Mojave macOS update is now available to download

Image: Apple MacOS version 10.14 — codenamed Mojave— is now available to download. The free update to Apple’s desktop operating system was first announced back in June with a number of new features including a dark mode, Stacks file organization, a redesigned Mac App Store, and enhanced screenshots. Although the software has been available in […]

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Audi’s new subscription service lets you swap vehicles twice a month

Photo by Vlad Savov Audi is the latest luxury automaker to launch a subscription-based service to get customers who want to have access to a fleet of fancy cars but don’t necessarily want to own or lease one. The German car company’s service is called Audi Select, and it launches exclusively in Dallas-Fort Worth this week. […]

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23.09.2018
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With Linux’s founder stepping back, will the community change its culture?

Alex Dawson / Flickr Earlier this week, the Linux community got an unusual message from Linux’s creator, Linus Torvalds. “This week people in our community confronted me about my lifetime of not understanding emotions,” wrote Torvalds in a Linux update email. He apologized for “flippant” and sometimes personal attacks on community members, and announced that he would […]

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New trailers: Captain Marvel, If Beale Street Could Talk, and more

Photo: Marvel Something you see a lot in action movies is an opening sequence that jumps straight into some kind of chase or mission, in an attempt to kick things off with a bang. But too often, these sequences can end up kind of dull — if you don’t know the character very well, or […]

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anatoliykv
22.09.2018
Nintendo 2 Comments

How to play Japanese Famicom games through Nintendo Switch Online

Last night, Nintendo officially rolled out its online subscription service for the Nintendo Switch, and one of the big selling points is the inclusion of classic NES games. For $20 a year, you get access to a growing list of 8-bit titles; there are 20 available at launch, with more to be added on a […]

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anatoliykv
21.09.2018
Instagram 2 Comments

Instagram is testing a native resharing feature for the feed

After years of resistance, Instagram is now testing a way for you to reshare posts from other accounts to your own feed. The feature, which company executives have long resisted for fear it would corrupt the personal nature of the app, could bring new life to the main feed at a time when it is […]

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anatoliykv
20.09.2018
Apple 1 Comment

APPLE IPHONE XS AND XS MAX REVIEW: SMOOTHED OUT

last year, Apple did something out of character: it introduced the usual update to the iPhone, the iPhone 8, while simultaneously introducing the iPhone X with a flurry of hype. The iPhone X was a total rethinking of the iPhone, with a new gesture system, Face ID unlocking, and an edge-to-edge screen that prompted a […]

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19.09.2018
Apple 3 Comments

Apple’s Siri Shortcuts app now available for iOS 12

Apple is making Siri a lot more powerful in both iOS 12 and watchOS 5. Siri’s new Shortcuts feature is now available to download for iOS 12 users, and it allows iPhone and Apple Watch users to use Siri to step through multistep routines. Shortcuts replaces the previous Workflow app that Apple acquired last year, […]

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