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Google is quietly logging users into Chrome, but it’s not all bad

Although the change looks big-brother-type scary at a first glance, it might not be too harmful. The first impression some users had when seeing the new behavior — that the…

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2019 Subaru Forester first drive review: Keep on keepin’ on

You could be forgiven for not recognizing the 2019 Subaru Forester as an all-new vehicle. And truth be told, that's intentional. The Forester has been a runaway success for Subaru,…

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Microsoft to unify search across Windows 10, Office 365 and Bing with Microsoft Search

ignite 2018 Microsoft has a new 'North Star' for search: One, unified, smart search box that will span Windows, Office, Bing and more. For the past several years, Microsoft been…

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Roku’s new $40 Premiere is the cheapest 4K streaming player you can buy

Roku is today announcing the Premiere and Premiere+, two new devices that offer 4K HDR video streaming for prices starting at $39.99. The latter will be exclusively sold at Walmart…

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Microsoft Search will power search results across Office, Windows, and more

Microsoft is unveiling an ambitious effort to overhaul its search experience in Office, Windows, Bing and more today. Dubbed Microsoft Search, the new search experience will first start appearing on…

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Microsoft alters Surface Hub 2 hardware, delays new software features to 2020

Microsoft is unveiling hardware changes to its Surface Hub 2 today. The software giant first unveiled its 50-inch display earlier this year, with a promise of a 2019 release. While…

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iPhone XS Max destroys Galaxy Note 9 in first real-life speed test

Apple’s new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max were finally released this past weekend after what seemed to some people like an impossibly long wait. Considering details surrounding the new…

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How bad maps are ruining American broadband

Like countless other American cities, Cleveland, Ohio, suffers from a lack of meaningful broadband competition. With only one or two largely apathetic ISPs to choose from, high prices, slow speeds,…

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Android’s first phone, the T-Mobile G1, almost looked like a BlackBerry

The T-Mobile G1 could've had a much different look.  Sarah Tew/CNET The T-Mobile G1 is an iconic device. But with its slide-out full QWERTY keyboard and a thick chin, it…

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This ‘robotic skin’ can bring your stuffed toys to life

When designing tools for use in space, versatility is important. Each pound of material you bring with you is going to cost extra, so having one tool that can do…

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