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New iPad icon lurking in iOS suggests no home button

New iPad icon lurking in iOS suggests no home button

Now that the week's first big event has wrapped up, we can move onto speculation about the next one. Apple is set host another reveal event tomorrow in New York, and considering 2018's iPhone line was just revealed in September, most of us are assuming that Apple will use the time to talk about what's next for the iPad. As with most big announcements, there have been plenty of leaks and rumors, but information surfacing today is particularly interesting.

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The Galaxy S10 could bypass iPhone confusion

The Galaxy S10 could bypass iPhone confusion

Samsung is looking to save smartphone buyers from the range headache Apple's iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max can trigger, with 2019's Galaxy S10 line-up looking far more straightforward. The new Android flagship isn't expected to break cover officially for a few months yet, but Galaxy S10 spec leaks have already dripped out plenty of things to get excited about.

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Audi e-tron delay confirmed – but there’s still good news

Audi e-tron delay confirmed – but there’s still good news

The 2019 Audi e-tron electric SUV will be a little delayed arriving into showrooms, the automaker has confirmed, though it's software not hardware that is causing the issue. Audi revealed the production e-tron at a flashy event in September, promising all-wheel drive, faster recharging courtesy of 150 kW chargers, and a sub-$75k starting price before incentives.

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Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo EV production gets go-ahead

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo EV production gets go-ahead

Porsche's Taycan all-electric sedan is getting a striking sibling at dealerships, with the automaker reportedly putting a Cross Turismo version into production too. The German car company previewed those intentions back in March, when it took the wraps off the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 rumored PC version surfaces once again

Red Dead Redemption 2 rumored PC version surfaces once again

Two years after it was first announced, Red Dead Redemption 2 is poised to launch next week. Throughout these past two years, Rockstar fans who claim PC as their primary gaming platform have been hoping that the company would announce a PC version of RDR 2, but with the Xbox One and PS4 launches practically staring us in the face, such an announcement is nowhere to be seen. That doesn't mean that a PC version is never going to launch, however.

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Expect the big Apple oust of Intel in Macs from 2020 says analyst

Expect the big Apple oust of Intel in Macs from 2020 says analyst

Apple's big Mac switch from Intel chips to its own processors won't be happening any time soon, and could end up seeing the Cupertino firm shift its silicon dependence from one firm to another. That's the prediction from one Apple analyst, riffing on long-standing rumors that the company aims to oust Intel from at least some of its laptops and desktops and use its own, in-house designs in their place.

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Apple October 30 event confirmed: iPad Pro likely the focus

Apple October 30 event confirmed: iPad Pro likely the focus

Apple's next big event is on October 30, with the company confirming today that it will show us its latest wares in Brooklyn, New York. The event is expected to feature new iPad Pro models, though all Apple is saying for now is the tagline for the day is "There's more in the making."

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Facebook ‘Ripley’ could turn your TV into a huge Portal

Facebook ‘Ripley’ could turn your TV into a huge Portal

Facebook may have met more skepticism than excitement with its Portal video call devices, but the social network isn't letting that dampen its video streaming plans. A new gadget is reportedly in the pipeline, eschewing the smart display form-factor of the Portal and Portal+ in favor of turning your TV into a video chat device.

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The new Essential phone may use AI to pretend to be you

The new Essential phone may use AI to pretend to be you

The next Essential phone may not be like anything you recognize as a smartphone, with Andy Rubin's Android startup reportedly looking closer to sci-fi movie "Her" for inspiration than anything else on carrier store shelves. Essential made headlines with Rubin's original concept, a smartphone that would use open software and modular hardware to last for longer than the typical handset.

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This 2020 Ford Bronco rumor has us drooling in anticipation

This 2020 Ford Bronco rumor has us drooling in anticipation

Our biggest fear about the 2020 Ford Bronco was simple: Ford would deliver the name, but not the soul, of the Bronco, and the whole thing would be a horrible branding exercise. Consider us tentatively excited, therefore, to discover that one of the most appealing features for a car enthusiast could well be appearing on the upcoming Bronco reboot.

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Galaxy S10 camera specs leak with a triple surprise

Galaxy S10 camera specs leak with a triple surprise

Though the Galaxy S10 won't be here for months, we've already heard a number of rumors about the device. A few of these rumors have centered around the improvements Samsung will make to the rear-facing camera. If a new report is to be believed, then those improvements should be significant.

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Leaked Harry Potter RPG could be what fans have been waiting for

Leaked Harry Potter RPG could be what fans have been waiting for

There have been a lot of Harry Potter games throughout the years, and overall quality has generally been hit or miss. Some Harry Potter games have been well-received by critics and fans alike, especially those in the LEGO Harry Potter series, whereas the video game adaptations of the novels have received more mixed reactions. After years of waiting, Harry Potter fans could soon be getting the big-budget offering they've been waiting for.

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