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ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 6 review: flexible flagship

Once upon a time, the Thinkpad X1 Yoga was Lenovo’s flagship business convertible, joining the clamshell X1 Carbon at the top of the company’s...

New and existing Google Fi subscribers can get $400 off the new Galaxy Z Flip 3

Google Fi new and existing customers can get the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 for $400 off, a significant discount on its $999 price...

A Sonos survey suggests the company might build a voice assistant of its own

According to a customer survey spotted by VoiceBot.ai, Sonos may be working on a voice assistant alternative to Alexa or Google Assistant for its...

Twitter is pausing its verification program again, after giving fake accounts blue checks

Twitter is once again suspending applications to its verification programme, citing the need to improve the application and review process that allows people to...

Nikola announces $2 million DOE grant after founder’s indictment

Nikola, a hydrogen trucking startup, announced this week that it has received a $2 million grant from the Department of Energy. While the Department...

Apple says its iCloud scanning will rely on multiple child safety groups to address privacy fears

Apple has provided additional information about its upcoming plans to scan iCloud Photos for child sexual abuse material (CSAM) using users' iPhones and iPads....

Twitter is changing the contrast of buttons again after complaints of eye strain

Following feedback on earlier this week's design updates, Twitter is readjusting the contrast on its buttons. Some users have reported eye strain, headaches, and...

Reddit launches a TikTok-like video feed on iOS

If you opened your Reddit app today and noticed a new video button next to the search bar, you could be a tap away...

Earth just had the hottest month since humans have kept track

July 2021 was officially the hottest month ever recorded by humans. This July narrowly defeated three previous months that had tied for the previous...

A judge has ruled that Google infringed on Sonos’ patents

Google has infringed upon Sonos’ patents, according to an initial ruling from a US International Trade Commission judge. Sonos has been locked in a...

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