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HTC’s Vive XR Suite is now available for VR collaboration

Following the official announcement of Vive XR Suite back in June, today HTC is finally making its VR collaboration tool available to all, giving users full access to all five apps on their desired platform or type of device — … Read the rest of this entry

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Sonos speakers can now communicate with General Electric appliances

If you own a recent Sonos speaker, chances are you already use it to control smart home devices like Philips Hue lightbulbs. With a new integration from General Electric, you can now get notifications from your appliances as well — … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: Bigger camera bumps on your next smartphone

Welcome back to The Morning After. As I mentioned last week, we’ve probably hit Peak Smartphone for the year, but that doesn’t stop the powers that be from teasing what’s already on the horizon. That might be bigger camera bumps … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla restores free premium in-car internet for some owners

Tesla currently reserves some of its in-car internet features for paying subscribers, but it might be making an exception for some owners. Drivers talking to Electrek say they’re suddenly receiving Premium Connectivity features for free, including sa… Engadget RSS Feed

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Google Assistant will play podcasts from third-party services like Spotify

You might not have to depend on Google Podcasts if you’re asking Assistant to play your favorite serialized audio show. Android Police and its readers have discovered that Google is adding support for third-party podcast services, starting with Spoti… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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China’s revamped law bans online services that ‘induce addiction’ in kids

China is implementing stricture measures in its bid to keep kids away from addictive digital content. The state-backed news agency Xinhua reported (via Reuters) that China has voted for revamped law that will ban internet products and services which… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla increases the range for existing Model Y EVs through an update

You don’t have to buy a new car to get a range upgrade from Tesla, at least for the right model. Electrek reports that Tesla is pushing a software update that improves the range of existing Model Y crossovers. The … Read the rest of this entry

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Cloud leak exposed sensitive data from over 200,000 voicemails

Some data leaks contain more sensitive info than most. Security researcher Bob Diachenko and Comparitech discovered (via Threatpost) that Broadvoice, a cloud VoIP provider for businesses, left over 350 million records exposed online in an unprotected… Engadget RSS Feed

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Google Assistant’s driving mode for Android is nearly ready, one year later

Google promised an Assistant driving mode for phones would arrive in mid-2019, but that clearly didn’t happen — over a year passed without any sign of it. It appears to be ready, though. XDA-Developers has discovered (via Android Police) that … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Ghost of Tsushima’ has another patch on the way soon

The 1.1 update for Sucker Punch’s excellent Ghost of Tsushima only just arrived, and PS4 gamers are already enjoying the New Game+ experience and co-op modes (as well as, presumably, petting every single dog). However, bringing the game online has … Read the rest of this entry

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