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Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked 2019 invite teases tiny punch hole camera

Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked 2019 invite teases tiny punch hole camera

Given how it has been widely discussed and leaked already, Samsung probably has had little choice but to just tease the Galaxy Note 10 at this point. It isn’t exactly calling it that but the materials pretty much say it all. Samsung has also now announced when it will reveal the “Next Galaxy” and it’s exactly as what leaks have claimed. More interesting, the company itself seems to be teasing how big, or small rather, that controversial front camera will be.

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The Mario Maker subreddit is a thing of beauty right now

The Mario Maker subreddit is a thing of beauty right now

Like many Switch owners, I spent my weekend diving into Super Mario Maker 2, with the bulk of my play time spent making courses. When it came time to actually publish my courses and get people playing them, I ran into a problem: since I don't have any friends who bought Super Mario Maker 2 on launch day, I was left to the whims of Nintendo to get my stages in front of people. With so many people playing at launch, newly-created courses can easily go unnoticed and sit at zero plays, which is something no one wants to see.

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I’m glad Jony Ive is leaving Apple

I’m glad Jony Ive is leaving Apple

Jony Ive is leaving Apple, and while change may be scary, I think it's time. The famous British designer has spent more than 25 years at Apple, shepherding through the aesthetic of products as iconic as the original iMac, the iPhone, and the iPod. Now, he's stepping away to start his own studio, LoveFrom.

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2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review: American luxury is an inexact science

2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review: American luxury is an inexact science

Whoever sent out the memo that modern crossovers needed to be sporty clearly left Lincoln off the list, but that's no great problem when it comes to the 2019 Nautilus. Slotting in as the automaker's midsize luxury option in the ever-popular crossover segment, the Nautilus promises to coax more style and more relaxation out of the refreshed second-generation MKX.

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Traeger Pro 780 Review: Why your next pellet grill needs WiFi

Traeger Pro 780 Review: Why your next pellet grill needs WiFi

Being a pit-master is a serious business, sweating over a smoker, tending its coals, and coaxing delicious flavors from hunks of meat after hours of careful cooking. It almost makes the Traeger Pro 780 feel a little blasphemous, in fact: the combination of picking from a range of tested recipes, dialing in a temperature, and then tracking it all from an app on your phone via WiFi could be accused of being too foolproof to be authentic.

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BMW Vision M NEXT is an anti-autonomous 600hp hybrid concept

BMW Vision M NEXT is an anti-autonomous 600hp hybrid concept

In a world of autonomous vehicles, what happens to the driver who enjoys, well, driving? The answer, BMW says, may be something like this: the new BMW Vision M NEXT concept. The latest in the automaker's NEXT series of near-future concept cars, it's a blend of electrification, thoughtful assistance tech, and distinctive style.

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Summer Games Done Quick 2019: Nine must-watch speedruns this week

Summer Games Done Quick 2019: Nine must-watch speedruns this week

Summer Games Done Quick 2019 is officially underway. If you aren’t yet acquainted with the twice-yearly Games Done Quick marathons, the concept is pretty straightforward: gamers from all over the world gather for a week-long speedrunning marathon with the goal of raising as much money as possible for charity. Awesome Games Done Quick takes place in the winter, raising money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation, while Summer Games Done Quick takes place in - you guessed it - summer, raising money for Doctors Without Borders.

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iOS 13 public beta released today plus iPadOS preview

iOS 13 public beta released today plus iPadOS preview

Apple has opened the doors to the iOS 13 public beta, along with iPadOS 13, and if you're feeling ambitious you can try out the upcoming iPhone and iPad software on your own device today. The full release of iOS 13 isn't expected to occur until this fall, alongside the launch of Apple's newest iPhone models, but this public beta offers a - potentially buggy - preview.

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Google made the right tablet decision – now it needs to stick to it

Google made the right tablet decision – now it needs to stick to it

Google is giving up on tablet development, focusing on Pixel smartphones, Chrome OS devices, and throwing its weight behind its hardware partners in the run-up to Android Q's release. Unusually, for a tech firm, the search giant opted not to allow its products to wither away in silence. Instead, Google confirmed head-on that it was changing course.

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Don’t buy into PS5 and Project Scarlett hype yet

Don’t buy into PS5 and Project Scarlett hype yet

It’s a pretty exciting time for fans of video games. We’re coming off an E3 that was pretty successful despite the fact that a couple of major players - namely Sony - didn’t host press conferences this year. On top of that, we now know that the next generation of game consoles is nearly upon us, with both Sony and Microsoft sharing the first details about their next gaming machines.

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Harry Potter Wizards Unite starter pack: Tap these 5 hidden settings

Harry Potter Wizards Unite starter pack: Tap these 5 hidden settings

This morning the game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was released for download for both iOS for iPhone and for Android devices of all sorts. Some early release users are already out looking for APK Energy aplenty, while others have happened upon a "Not Compatible" error right out the gate. We begin with a set of SETTINGS you should adjust immediately!

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Huawei is “confident” these phones will get Android Q

Huawei is “confident” these phones will get Android Q

Huawei has come out fighting amid rumors that its smartphones won't get Android Q upgrades, releasing a list of handsets it says it's "confident" will get Google's latest OS despite the Trump administration's blacklist. The saga of just what will happen to existing - and new - Huawei devices has been ongoing since May, when the US put the Chinese company onto its trade blacklist and effectively told American businesses that they couldn't work with it.

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