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iPhone XS image leak teases larger size, new gold color

iPhone XS image leak teases larger size, new gold color

Apple is holding this year's fall press event on September 12th, where we're sure to see new iPhones, as well as a new Apple Watch. It's long been expected that the iPhones for 2018 will include the direct successor to last year's iPhone X, as well as a new larger size model. It appears we've got our first real confirmation on this, as new image has leaked showing two edge-to-edge OLED iPhones in different sizes.

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Apple Watch Series 4 leak reveals larger, info-packed screen

Apple Watch Series 4 leak reveals larger, info-packed screen

With an Apple press event announced for a little over a week from now, excitement is building for this year's line of new devices from the Cupertino company. While new iPhones are a given, previous rumors have hinted that the fourth generation Apple Watch will also make its debut. Thanks to a new leaked image, we've got our first look at what's expected to be called the Apple Watch Series 4, and it features the biggest changes since the original model.

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Ferrari’s latest V8 convertible is the 488 Pista Spider

Ferrari’s latest V8 convertible is the 488 Pista Spider

Ferrari is at the Pebble Beach car event this week, and as a surprise it's revealing the 50th convertible in the carmaker's history. It's the 488 Pista Spider, and just like the hardtop 488 Pista it features the most powerful V8 engine Ferrari has ever made, boasting 711 horsepower. The company has adorned the car in white with blue stripes, in part to acknowledge its debut on American soil, as well as recognize the popularity of convertibles in the country.

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Honor Play is aimed at smartphone gamers on a budget

Honor Play is aimed at smartphone gamers on a budget

Gaming-focused smartphones are quickly becoming a trend these days, with the Razer Phone and Xiaomi's Black Shark being some of the biggest names. Now Honor is making sure it doesn't get left behind, revealing the new Honor Play with specs that are optimized for the latest mobile games, but at the same time won't break the bank.

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SSC Tuatara makes long-awaited debut at Pebble Beach with 1750hp

SSC Tuatara makes long-awaited debut at Pebble Beach with 1750hp

Some may have forgotten, but way back in 2011 boutique carmaker SSC North America revealed a concept for the SSC Tuatara, promising it to be a real American-made "hypercar." The original planned release date of 2013 came and went, but at this year's Pebble Beach car show, the same place the concept debuted, the final production-ready SSC Tuatara has arrived touting an incredible 1,750 horsepower.

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Apple offers two months of free iCloud storage to US customers

Apple offers two months of free iCloud storage to US customers

Apple doesn't really offer any free trials for its iCloud services, but it seems a rare promotion is being offered ahead of this year's new iPhone models. New and existing iPhone users can get two months of iCloud's 200GB of storage for free, which is a hefty amount of space but not for very much time. The promotion is only available in the US, unfortunately, as it requires users subscribe to one of the four big carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint).

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Fortnite getting input-based matchmaking for PS4, PC crossplay

Fortnite getting input-based matchmaking for PS4, PC crossplay

Anyone who plays online games knows that when it comes to shooters, playing with a mouse and keyboard has a significant advantage over playing with a console controller. A mouse simply allows for faster and more accurate aiming than a single analog stick. Fortnite players struggling with dilemma are in for some good news: developer Epic Games has announced it will soon be matching up PS4 players based on their choice of controls.

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Security flaws left T-Mobile, AT&T account PINs vulnerable

Security flaws left T-Mobile, AT&T account PINs vulnerable

While not quite as bad as a situation involving hackers gaining access to a carrier's customer database, a recent pair of online security flaws put T-Mobile and AT&T customers at risk. Security researchers discovered the flaws on third-party websites, which left customer account PINs potentially exposed when they were meant to be used for account verification purposes.

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Latest Sony Xperia XZ3 leak confirms previous details

Latest Sony Xperia XZ3 leak confirms previous details

Sony's upcoming Xperia XZ3 smartphone has been the source of leaks and rumors for several months now. But with an expected debut in less than two weeks at this year's IFA event, an image that's believed to be the official product render has gotten loose. The overall look of the device is in line with previous leaked images, and assuming this is accurate, it looks like Sony is bucking two of the biggest trends in Android handsets right now.

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New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

The fall season is quickly approaching, which means new devices in Apple's iPhone and iPad product lines. In the case of the upcoming iPad Pro model, the new tablet is widely expected to see smaller dimensions paired with slightly larger displays, as well as the addition of a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID. A report from late July detailing these changes also suggested that Apple would be relocating the iPad Pro's Smart Connector, and now there's evidence of a new case that backs up this change.

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Grado goes wireless with GW100 Bluetooth headphones

Grado goes wireless with GW100 Bluetooth headphones

Grado Labs is a boutique brand that has been building headphones by hand in Brooklyn, New York for over 60 years. They make a few select number of models with an open-air design, and they are adored by audiophiles for their quality. But now Grado has made a surprising shift to keep up with the biggest modern headphone trend: they've just revealed their first wireless Bluetooth headphones, the GW100.

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Netflix cancels Michelle Wolf, Joel McHale talk shows after low viewership

Netflix cancels Michelle Wolf, Joel McHale talk shows after low viewership

Netflix has been extremely successful in recent years with its original series and movies, but one category it continues to struggle with is the talk show format. The streaming network has been experimenting with several shows, starting out with the Chelsea Handler-hosted Chelsea and more recently getting Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, but two other new series have been cancelled after brief runs.

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