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BMW i Vision Circular Concept Sets the Highest Bar for Sustainability

BMW i Vision Circular Concept Sets the Highest Bar for Sustainability

The BMW i Vision Circular has a lot going for it, quite a feat for an all-electric concept car. BMW unveiled a few teaser images of its latest green concept car before the 2021 IAA in Munich. We knew beforehand the concept is a compact hatchback in the same mold as the i3 electric car. But unlike the i3, you won’t mind sitting behind the wheel of BMW’s latest I Vision Circular concept car.

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Apple delays controversial child safety scanning system

Apple delays controversial child safety scanning system

Apple is delaying the launch of its controversial child safety features, postponing the system which would scan iCloud Photos uploads and iMessage chats for signs of illegal sexual content or grooming. Announced last month, the system would use a third-party database of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) to look for signs of illegal photos uploaded to the cloud, but met with instant push-back from privacy advocates.

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Windows 11 release date confirmed: What you need to know

Windows 11 release date confirmed: What you need to know

Microsoft kicked off the final day in August with a bang, this morning announcing the release date for Windows 11. While we knew Windows 11 was coming at some point later this year, Microsoft hadn't shared a specific release date up to this point. Now, we know not only when Windows 11 will launch, but we also know how it will roll out to existing Windows 10 machines.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

The future makes skeptics of us all, and folding phones like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 still face an uphill battle. While the third generation of the range-topping foldable costs less than its predecessor, at $1,800 it's still a laptop-priced commitment to a form factor that remains controversial. Samsung's strategy - throwing the works at the Fold 3 in the hope that something sticks - doesn't necessarily help there.

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Here’s what comes next for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope

Here’s what comes next for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope has passed its final ground tests, though the biggest challenge for NASA's de-facto Hubble replacement is still ahead. What could be the most intricate example of astronomical origami so far not only promises an unprecedented view of the universe, but a bold example of how scientific imagination can figure out how to work around the practical limits of space flight.

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Fitbit Charge 5 tracks stress, will tell you the best day for a workout

Fitbit Charge 5 tracks stress, will tell you the best day for a workout

Fitbit's latest fitness tracker has arrived, with the Fitbit Charge 5 borrowing health features from the company's smartwatches but packaging them in a smaller - and more affordable - wearable. Topped by a new touchscreen that's twice as bright as the old Charge 4, the Charge 5 now includes GPS, ECG, and EDA sensors.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review

Some ideas make sense straight away, and others need a little time to ferment: three generations in, and the Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 is a much more accessible version of foldable phones, and maybe the first time the technology feels something other than a gimmick. At $999, it's also half the price of the bigger, more eye-catching Galaxy Z Fold 3, though that seems less like a compromise than it does a question of attitude.

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2021 BMW M4 Coupe Review

2021 BMW M4 Coupe Review

Maybe it's early-onset dementia, or the fact that this 2021 BMW M4 Coupe is finished in handsome Portimao Blue Metallic and not the bilious green launch color, or perhaps Bavaria's designers were right all along, but I find myself not hating the M4's most controversial styling feature. Much has been said about the expansive snout on BMW's enthusiast coupe, and vanishingly small amounts of it proved positive, but I find myself bucking the trend.

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Motorola Edge 2021 hands-on: Moto’s winning Android recipe cranked up to 108

Motorola Edge 2021 hands-on: Moto’s winning Android recipe cranked up to 108

Motorola has revealed its big new Android launch for 2021, with the Motorola Edge promising another blend of high-end features with mass-market pricing. Specifically, the Edge 2021 will trim its $699.99 tag by a hefty $200 at launch, despite packing a 6.8-inch 144Hz screen on one side and a 108-megapixel camera on the other.

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Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core Review: A fridge-saving battery for outage season

Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core Review: A fridge-saving battery for outage season

Power outages are no longer a rarity in the US, and increasingly people are asking what's the most cost-effective and flexible way to keep the essentials going when the grid goes down. If you're dealing with roughly 24 hour outages, a big portable battery like the Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core can make sure you still have lighting, internet, and a fridge that stays cool, even if there are some caveats to bear in mind too.

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COVID-19 vaccine boosters officially recommended: Who, When and Why

COVID-19 vaccine boosters officially recommended: Who, When and Why

Booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine will be available for everyone in the US from September, President Biden announced today, with the third injection intended to counter fading protection in the face of new coronavirus variants like Delta. Word of the plan broke earlier this week, with the White House confirming its ongoing pandemic strategy in an address by Biden this morning.

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New COVID-19 vaccine booster guidance tipped soon: What to expect

New COVID-19 vaccine booster guidance tipped soon: What to expect

A third booster shot of COVID-19 vaccine could be recommended for all Americans, with claims that the White House is readying new guidance to deal with coronavirus variants. Currently almost 169 million people in America have been fully vaccinated, according to the CDC, or just over half of the total population. However experts are concerned that newer COVID-19 strains could leave the current recommendations for vaccination insufficient.

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