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Galaxy S10 and Note 10 are about to get these new S20 features

Galaxy S10 and Note 10 are about to get these new S20 features

Samsung has revealed that a new software update will bring some Galaxy S20 features to the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10. Specifically, the update will bring a few camera features with it, along with the Galaxy S10's Gallery and sharing features. Even better is that Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users won't have to wait very long for this update to arrive.

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Facebook tries to match Zoom with desktop Messenger update

Facebook tries to match Zoom with desktop Messenger update

A Facebook Messenger app was released this week for group chats between Facebook users. Users could've done video chat before now, with Messenger from Facebook, but this app makes the entire process feel a bit more official. This release comes just as the app Zoom sees a massive increase in use thanks to quarantine for global pandemic thanks to COVID-19.*

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New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

Razer today announced a new entry in its Blade line of gaming laptops. Officially dubbed the Razer Blade 15, this new laptop doesn't look a while lot different from previous models, but it does have some rather serious hardware under the hood. In the end, Razer says that the new Blade 15 is "simply the best laptop we have ever created."

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 dual-screen laptop leads huge gaming upgrade

ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 dual-screen laptop leads huge gaming upgrade

ASUS has revealed its latest Republic of Gamers laptop range, and there's more than just the new 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series processors to recommend them. The lineup includes a new ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15, complete with its secondary ScreenPad Plus touchscreen, while NVIDIA's GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs are driving 300Hz displays.

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Zoom CEO responds: What happens next for hit video calling app

Zoom CEO responds: What happens next for hit video calling app

Zoom may have seen explosive growth during the coronavirus pandemic, but the video conferencing service has also run into its fair share of controversy, as "Zoombombing" hijacks and questionable security and privacy decisions surface amid millions of new users. Now, Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan has responded to the criticism, setting out just what the unexpected hit app plans to do to fix it.

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Slack now lets you make Microsoft Teams Calls

Slack now lets you make Microsoft Teams Calls

You're probably tired of hearing it by now but there has been a considerable rise in the use of the Internet these past weeks. Not all of them are for entertainment, of course, as people are forced to come to grips with telecommuting and working from home. Naturally, this has become an opportunity for online collaboration apps and services to shine and a chance for Slack to reclaim its market share from its rivals. And it's doing so, ironically, by lettings its users jump on Microsoft Team Calls easily.

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Shure AONIC 50 and AONIC 215 free your ears to enjoy your music anywhere

Shure AONIC 50 and AONIC 215 free your ears to enjoy your music anywhere

Wireless audio accessories are no longer oddities that delivered fancy futuristic features at the price of sound quality. Thanks to a push in the mobile industry to do away with the venerable 3.5mm headphone jack, audio equipment makers and audio technology innovators have started taking Bluetooth audio more seriously, resulting in a new generation of speakers, headphones, and earphones that all eschew limiting cables. One of those big names in the market is Shure who is expanding its portfolio with a new AONIC brand that includes its first-ever wireless headphones.

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MSI GS66 Stealth, GE Raider and Creator 17 add 10th Gen Intel H-Series CPUs

MSI GS66 Stealth, GE Raider and Creator 17 add 10th Gen Intel H-Series CPUs

MSI has given its performance notebook range a 10th Gen Intel Core upgrade, slotting the new H-Series processors into its GS66 Stealth, GE66 Raider, and Creator 17 laptops. Two of the three can be had with up to Intel's new Core i9-10980HK CPU, overclockable and with single-core Turbo Boost of up to 5.3GHz.

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Acer Predator Triton 500 and Nitro 5 gaming laptops pack new Intel Core H-Series

Acer Predator Triton 500 and Nitro 5 gaming laptops pack new Intel Core H-Series

Acer has revealed two new performance notebooks, the Predator Triton 500 and Nitro 5, each targeting gamers hungry for Intel's new 10th Gen Core H-Series processors. Headed to the US in May, the new laptops pair Intel's latest silicon with NVIDIA graphics and WiFi 6.

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Intel 10th Gen Core H-Series gets official for gaming and creator notebooks

Intel 10th Gen Core H-Series gets official for gaming and creator notebooks

It's the day performance laptop buyers have been waiting for, and Intel isn't beating around the bush: the 10th Gen Core Comet Lake-H CPUs are "the world's fastest mobile processors" the chip-maker says. Latest strike in Intel's newest generation of silicon, the 10th Gen Core i5, i7, and i9 H-Series processors are set to be found inside a host of gaming and creator-focused notebooks this year.

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Lenovo Legion 5i and 7i gaming laptops teased with 10th Gen H-Series processors

Lenovo Legion 5i and 7i gaming laptops teased with 10th Gen H-Series processors

Lenovo has given consumers a peek at its upcoming Legion 5i and 7i gaming laptops, both models that pack the newly announced 10th-generation Intel Core H-Series mobile processor. These two models are following Lenovo's Legion Y540 and Y740 models; the company is changing its product names for the line to make things simpler. In addition to the new hardware, the models pack NVIDIA GPUs.

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Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 for Families vows to keep malware, adult content away

Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 for Families vows to keep malware, adult content away

Almost exactly two years ago, Cloudflare announced what many thought was an April Fools joke. It challenged carriers, ISP providers, and even Google by launching its own public DNS service with claims to being privacy-focused yet also fast. Last year it expanded that to mobile devices with WARP. For this year's "No Joke" announcement, Cloudflare is expanding its coverage not just for routing and locating Internet addresses but also keeping families safe by blocking unwanted and unwelcome content from their home networks.

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