Monthly Archives: December 2020

Podcast: Answering your questions on the PS5, foldable PCs and more!

For the last episode of 2020, Cherlynn and Devindra answer a slew of listener questions, covering everything from when to buy a PlayStation 5 to the future of folding PCs. We also look back at the best moments of covering … Read the rest of this entry

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Apple removes more unlicensed games from the App Store in China

The App Store is reportedly looking a little different in China today. According to Reuters, Apple has removed roughly 39,000 games owned by developers and publishers that don’t have an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) from the Chinese gover… Engadget

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Brave’s privacy-focused browser rolls out a version for Apple’s M1 Macs

If you have a new M1-powered Mac and you’re looking for a non-Apple, non-Google, non-Mozilla browser, then good news, Brave has updated the release channel of its privacy-focused browser with native Apple Silicon support. At the moment, the Microsoft… Engadget

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Modeling the bizarre remnants of a supernova

When stars of a certain large size and energy run out of fuel, the result is a supernova explosion that can be spotted with the naked eye just once in a lifetime. Some leave behind a relatively spherical supernova remnant. … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla uses three free months of ‘Full Self-Driving’ to push year-end sales

The “Full Self-Driving” system that Tesla sells as a $ 10,000 option isn’t available in subscription form yet, but the car company is already using that idea to boost sales. Reported earlier by Electrek and confirmed in a tweet by … Read the rest of this entry

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Google is shutting down Cloud Print this week

In a few short days, Google will officially shutdown Cloud Print. We knew this day was coming since 2019, but now that it’s finally here, consider this a friendly reminder. For most people, chances are the shutdown won’t be anything … Read the rest of this entry

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China pushes Alibaba founder Jack Ma to downsize his finance business

China’s crackdown on Jack Ma’s empire is far from over: The country’s regulators have ordered the Ma-founded Alibaba affiliate Ant Group to scale down its business. In particular, they’ve ordered the company to “return to its origins” as a payment … Read the rest of this entry

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Apple quietly launched a one-on-one college mentorship program

Apple has started accepting applications for a new mentorship program that aims to help first-generation college students. In a PDF obtained by MacRumors, the company details Launch@Apple. The document invites immigrant college freshmen and sophomore… Engadget

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Apple’s 10-inch iPad is on sale for an all-time low at Best Buy

Don’t fret if you didn’t get a tablet as a gift this holiday — you might have a chance to buy one for yourself at a discount. Best Buy is selling the current-generation 10.2-inch iPad at all-time low prices, starting … Read the rest of this entry

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HBO Max’s ‘Wonder Woman 1984′ audience helps fast-track a sequel

There’s little doubt that WarnerMedia had high hopes for Wonder Woman 1984’s simultaneous debut on HBO Max and in theaters, and that trust appears to have been well-placed. Warner Bros. is fast-tracking development of Wonder Woman 3 based on both … Read the rest of this entry

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