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Facebook Clear History tool: One button, no show

Facebook Clear History tool: One button, no show

It's been 352 days since the Facebook Clear History button was announced, and still we have no such button. What's the holdup? Why would Facebook announce a button that could wipe out an individual's files and history on the social network's servers, then not deliver? The answer is clear: They probably never intended on delivering such a button.

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Pokemon GO shiny egg list just blew up for Easter

Pokemon GO shiny egg list just blew up for Easter

This week we've got a far better chance of finding the cutest Shiny Pokemon in the universe, thanks to an update from Niantic to Pokemon GO. This update affects Pokemon Eggs - the new best place for you to find a Shiny Pokemon in the entire Pokemon GO universe. You can now find new Shiny Pokemon in 2, 5, 7, and 10KM eggs - so long as you've found these eggs on or after the start of this week. It would seem that the egg part of the Eggstravaganza started early!

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Here’s how the next iPhone could disguise its secret weapons

Here’s how the next iPhone could disguise its secret weapons

The next iPhone might well be the most new-feature-laden iPhone in the last half-decade, if rumors prove true. Today we've heard from one of the most prominent analysts in the Apple game, Ming-Chi Kuo, suggesting there'll be three cameras on the main iPhone model and the "Max" edition. The three cameras will include a main camera, a 2x zoom camera, and an "ultra-wide" camera for those times you need to capture a whole herd of cattle.

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Fans share new Star Wars 9 wallpapers and images galore

Fans share new Star Wars 9 wallpapers and images galore

Over the last few days, interest in the new Star Wars movie has exploded. Not that interest in Star Wars has ever really abated over the last half-decade, but still: it's clear the new Rise of Skywalker trailer's struck a chord. As such, we asked Star Wars fans to take the new trailer and any other media shared thus far from the Star Wars cast and crew, and share them all in one place. This is the first wave.

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About OnePlus 7 Pro’s super speedy new screen

About OnePlus 7 Pro’s super speedy new screen

Apparently someone told OnePlus to get on the sweet, sweet high refresh rate display train, because the OnePlus 7 Pro's coming in hot. If the latest set of rumors come true - and there's good reason to believe that they will - the OnePlus 7 Pro might well be reaching for the finesse of a "gaming" product, but without the whole "gaming" necessity. This might be the super-sweet display you didn't know you were waiting for.

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Breaking: Galaxy Fold review unit phones (literally)

Breaking: Galaxy Fold review unit phones (literally)

Right this minute it would appear that Samsung is in the middle of a PR nightmare. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was given to a number of people over the past week, and it would seem that they're all breaking at once. The issue seems to be in... well... the display, to put it bluntly. The display doesn't work very well when it's bent.

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New Shiny boost in Pokemon GO

New Shiny boost in Pokemon GO

This week it would seem that after the BUG OUT event, several Shiny Pokemon are hitting harder than usual in Pokemon GO. This is a sort of non-event or secret event, if you like - the sort that aren't announced by normal means. Instead, this is the sort of thing that goes viral only if enough people realize what's happening in-game, and take advantage as it happens.

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OPPO F11 Pro Review : Thunder Black, from good to great

OPPO F11 Pro Review : Thunder Black, from good to great

I've been using the OPPO F11 Pro for a few weeks, and I've come to the conclusion that we've reached peak smartphone. For the average smartphone user, we've reached a point at which there's really not a significant amount of difference between features in modern smartphones - even across price segments. The OPPO F11 Pro is a perfect example of this, as it's called a "midrange" phone while it operates with top-tier abilities in all areas of any extreme importance.

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After Smartphones, you’ll need an Expandable

After Smartphones, you’ll need an Expandable

If you're like me, one of your least-used smartphone apps is the Phone app. I use my smartphone for reading news, communicating via text, and wasting time on social networking apps - also I play a few games now and again. Now that we're about to see our first expandable smartphone with a device like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, it's high time the Smartphone went the way of the Feature Phone.

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OnePlus 7 may usher in new era of choices, but you’ll go black anyway

OnePlus 7 may usher in new era of choices, but you’ll go black anyway

We're nearly upon the release date (and the reveal date) for the OnePlus 7 and its lovely pop-up camera. What we've bore witness to here in the weeks before official reveal shows a tantalizing proposal. What if you had a phone that presented all the essential elements in a top-tier Android smartphone here in 2019, complete with a no-notch, no-camera-hole display, all in a package that's affordable?

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AT&T Prepaid doubles data to 16GB for $40 per month plan

AT&T Prepaid doubles data to 16GB for $40 per month plan

AT&T has doubled the amount of data wireless customers get under its $50 per month plan, increasing it from 8GB/month to 16GB/month. Customers who sign up for the plan with Auto Pay get a discount on the monthly rate, bringing it down to $40/month for the same amount of doubled data. The change is part of a limited time promotion; after it ends, the data cap will go back to normal.

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New Apple in-app Confirm Subscription button in play, but why?

New Apple in-app Confirm Subscription button in play, but why?

There's a new layer of protection between users and subscriptions in apps on iOS devices as of this week. The button is called "Confirm Subscription" and it gives the user a little extra bit of warning before they begin subscribing to any sort of feed or service. As if that'd stop you from signing up for your 500th new subscription service of the month, am I right?

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