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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E leaks: Design, EV range, price and more revealed

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E leaks: Design, EV range, price and more revealed

Ford may have confirmed its new electric crossover will be the Mustang Mach-E earlier today, but it probably didn't intend to inadvertently spill all the EV's details and its design ahead of the big Sunday reveal. Unfortunately for those plans, a prematurely spotted product page for the controversial "Mustang inspired" electric crossover were caught live ahead of time.

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The new Motorola Razr does what no other foldable has

The new Motorola Razr does what no other foldable has

The bad news for Motorola is that, beyond a few true fans with deep pockets, nostalgia isn't enough to make a hit product. the good news is that 2019's Motorola Razr is more than just a familiar name. While foldable phones may be in their infancy, what this new Razr brings to the table isn't just gadgetry and branding.

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Motorola Razr hands-on – Old name, brand new category

Motorola Razr hands-on – Old name, brand new category

I'm preprogrammed to have a soft spot for the new Motorola Razr, the company's first foldable-screen phone. Like a whole lot of people - 50 million were sold in the first two years, after all - I had a RAZR V3. It wasn't my first Motorola clamshell, mind; my first ever cellphone was a Motorola StarTAC.

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16-inch MacBook Pro official – Big power boost and scissor keys

16-inch MacBook Pro official – Big power boost and scissor keys

The new 16-inch MacBook Pro is here, and Apple says it's everything it has heard from pro-users that they want - including a new keyboard. The new laptop replaces the 15-inch MacBook Pro completely, kicking off at the same price as its predecessor and marks a return to the scissor-switch key mechanism that Apple calls its new Magic Keyboard.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield: Why can’t we be friends?

Pokemon Sword and Shield: Why can’t we be friends?

Pokemon Sword and Shield are right around the corner and the discussion about these games in the lead up to release is, frankly, all over the place. There are a lot of angry Pokemon fans out there at the moment, as a large number of leaks have supposedly revealed a lot about these games. Make no mistake, it's a pretty turbulent time for the Pokemon community, and it's definitely easy to get caught up in the controversy.

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Disney Plus starter kit: 10 key details at launch

Disney Plus starter kit: 10 key details at launch

You just opened Disney Plus (or Disney+ if you prefer) for the first time and you're feeling overwhelmed. Or you've been using Disney Plus for a while now, and you wonder if there's anything you've missed. If you're looking for a "what to watch on Disney Plus" sort of article, you can find that on SlashGear too - but THIS article is all about getting started out right.

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Sorry Google, but for me Stadia is a hard pass

Sorry Google, but for me Stadia is a hard pass

The launch of Google Stadia is right around the corner, and Google will be launching the service with little in the way of competition. At the moment, Sony is really the only major player in the streaming space with its PlayStation Now service, but Stadia certainly sounds much more ambitious. Over the past several months, Google has trickle released information about Stadia and what users can expect, and now that we’re just about a week out from release, I can confidently say that Stadia is not the service for me (at least not at the start).

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2020 Audi R8 V10 Performance Coupe and Spyder First Drive Review- A fast goodbye

2020 Audi R8 V10 Performance Coupe and Spyder First Drive Review- A fast goodbye

I’ve always been a huge fan of the Audi R8, particularly the V10 model. Sure, I too mourned the demise of the V8 in the second-generation Type 4S R8, and back when the R8 first launched in 2007, it was unlike anything I’ve seen before. The Audi Rosemeyer Concept from early 2000 and Audi Le Mans Quattro concept both surged into my mind as I watched six-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx drive the R8 for the first time. The R8 was Audi’s first-ever supercar, and boy was it revolutionary in terms of design. Whether Porsche was ready to accept it or not, it was time for the 911 to have some proper competition, and the Audi R8 was the answer.

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Apple smart glasses roadmap leaks and there’s good news and bad

Apple smart glasses roadmap leaks and there’s good news and bad

You may have to wait longer than rumored for Apple's augmented reality headset, according to the latest leaks, with the AR wearable said to be unlikely to debut until 2022 at the earliest. Even then, sources familiar with the Cupertino company's plans suggest, you may want to wait until version two the following year before you open your wallet.

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I’ve given smart speakers as gifts before – I won’t do it again

I’ve given smart speakers as gifts before – I won’t do it again

Black Friday is coming but the holiday shopping season isn't waiting for its traditional kick-off, though while tech deals may be everywhere you look, there are some gadgets I won't be putting into my cart. Smart speakers and, more recently, smart displays have become a go-to gift for many over the past few years, but in 2019 they may not be quite so warmly received.

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T-Mobile 5G rollout dates US-wide 600MHz coverage and 2 new phones

T-Mobile 5G rollout dates US-wide 600MHz coverage and 2 new phones

T-Mobile's 5G network will launch nationwide across the US on December 6th, the carrier has confirmed today, as part of a big push to convince regulators that the company's merger with Sprint should be given the go-ahead. The 5G deployment will use the carrier's 600 MHz spectrum, which is typically slower than the mmWave 5G that T-Mobile has already activated, but does come with a number of advantages.

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As VW ID.3 production begins, Volkswagen bets it all on an electric future

As VW ID.3 production begins, Volkswagen bets it all on an electric future

There’s a lot riding on Volkswagen’s first-ever ID.3 electric car. As I watched the first production model ID.3 roll off the assembly line, you couldn't miss the newfound sense of pride among the 8,000 or so employees inside VW’s Zwickau factory, which was converted recently from a large car manufacturing plant into what the automaker claims is the Mecca of e-mobility.

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