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Surface Pro Pride Type Cover marks Stonewall’s 50th anniversary

Surface Pro Pride Type Cover marks Stonewall’s 50th anniversary

Technology is and should be inclusive and, today, the companies that make them are proud to proclaim their inclusivity as well (whether they actually are or not is a different question). Every year, these companies find ways to show their support not just for their own employees but also for the LGBTQI+ community at large. This year, to celebrate "Stonewall 50", Microsoft is encouraging supporters to show their pride with a special edition Surface Type Cover that literally shows their pride.

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Razer Mercury Collection 2019 revealed with nine all-white accessories

Razer Mercury Collection 2019 revealed with nine all-white accessories

For the past couple of years, Razer has been re-releasing some of its gaming accessories as part of its Mercury Collection, which gives all of those peripherals a white redesign. Today, Razer revealed the Mercury Collection for 2019, and there are nine accessories joining the collection in all, from mice and keyboards to microphones and even a PlayStation 4 controller.

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Razer BlackWidow 2019 leads gaming peripheral price cut pack

Razer BlackWidow 2019 leads gaming peripheral price cut pack

The Razer BlackWidow 2019 is a slight redesign of the classic keyboard with adjustments to bring the price down for the masses. This keyboard rolls with Chroma lighting as well as an 80-million keystroke lifespan, so you know its colorful and long-lasting as such. The Razer BlackWidow 2019 is one of a collection of accessories given a reboot this week by the gaming company.

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SwiftKey gets automatic incognito switching in latest beta

SwiftKey gets automatic incognito switching in latest beta

The newest SwiftKey Beta update arrived today, bringing with it one simple, important change: automatic incognito switching. The new feature is designed to simplify switching from regular to incognito browsing modes by automatically toggling the keyboard when the user is typing in a sensitive field. When in incognito mode, the keyboard won't remember what the user types.

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SwiftKey for Android gets built-in search for rapid web browsing

SwiftKey for Android gets built-in search for rapid web browsing

Microsoft has released an update for its mobile keyboard SwiftKey, giving Android users access to a built-in search bar. With this new feature, users can directly browse the web and share the content they find with others, eliminating the need to toggle between an app and web browser. As expected, the new feature uses Bing as its search engine.

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Razer BlackWidow Elite mechanical gaming keyboard detailed with on-board memory

Razer BlackWidow Elite mechanical gaming keyboard detailed with on-board memory

Razer BlackWidow Elite was revealed today, bringing the original gaming-ready mechanical switch-toting keyboard back with a new set of features. This version of the keyboard has the ability to run with green, orange, or yellow Razer Mechanical Switches, allowing the end user the exact sort of switches they desire most. This keyboard is the first in the BlackWidow line to come with Hybrid On-board Memory and Cloud Storage "for up to five profile configurations that can be saved for use anywhere."

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Here’s how Apple’s new MacBook Pro keyboard actually performs

Here’s how Apple’s new MacBook Pro keyboard actually performs

Not since Baywatch in the days of Pamela Anderson has silicone proved so fascinating to so many, as Apple using it in the third-generation butterfly keyboard on the controversial 2018 MacBook Pro. The reworked keys are, Apple insists, all about reducing noise, but that hasn't stopped plentiful speculation that in reality they're intended to address the spate of stuck buttons that forced the Cupertino firm to offer free repairs.

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Razer Huntsman keyboard delivers opto-mechanical key switches

Razer Huntsman keyboard delivers opto-mechanical key switches

This week the folks at Razer delivered their first keyboard with opto-mechanical key switches. Those are keys of the sort which combine infrared technology to detect key-press and mechanical clicking, for all those people who love the clicking. If you love clicking, this keyboard is the clicking keyboard for you, because it's clicky - and also has the benefits of the other sort of gaming keyboard, which generally does not have clicking.

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Belkin USB-C keyboard is made for Chrome OS, Chromebook Tablets

Belkin USB-C keyboard is made for Chrome OS, Chromebook Tablets

Belkin made one of the first USB-C keyboards in the universe, and today they've revealed it to the world. This isn't the FIRST USB-C keyboard in the world, but it's easily set to be one of the best-selling. That's because Belkin is a go-to brand for accessories, and given the relative lack of Chrome OS-centric accessories in the world today, Belkin might well be in a great position here to get a real stack of cash.

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MacBook keyboard repair program: What you need to know

MacBook keyboard repair program: What you need to know

The latest MacBook Pro and 12-inch MacBook have a keyboard problem, and Apple is finally ready to do something about it. While the so-called "butterfly" mechanism debuted to great fanfare back in 2015 on the original 12-inch MacBook with Retina display, the reality has left some notebook owners more frustrated and wowed. Here's what you need to know.

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Cut and Paste Emoji: Google Gun goes Watergun, a short history

Cut and Paste Emoji: Google Gun goes Watergun, a short history

Today Google bent the knee to the Emoji overlords, changing their people-killing-pistol into a lovely classic water gun. In the past, Google was seen as a bastion of gun-related freedom, keeping their 6-shooter at their side while the WEAK companies - only Apple, that is /s - went from gun to water gun. But let's not get too excited about how the world runs its typed-images databanks, shall we?

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PUBG Mobile: Bots, Mice, and Keyboards

PUBG Mobile: Bots, Mice, and Keyboards

When you play PUBG Mobile, you're not playing JUST other PUBG Mobile gamers. Instead, as we've found, some players aren't playing on their mobile devices. Other players aren't players at all - they're bots. It would appear that the game is only partially populated by real mobile users. The rest are big fat liars, cheats, and artificial intelligence.

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