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Samsung’s Starbucks collab Galaxy Buds case is silly and pointless and I want one

Samsung and Starbucks worked together on cases for the Galaxy S22 and Buds 2 lineup, including a tiny latte earbuds case that’s much cuter than...

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My journey to drain the M2 MacBook Pro’s battery

Apple’s M2 MacBook Pro has a capable processor with monstrous battery life. I was finally able to kill the thing, and I’ve chronicled the process...

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RIP Chris Evans’ iPhone 6S

Chris Evans is finally upgrading his iPhone 6S — and giving up its home button — almost seven years after the phone came out. The 6S is slated to...

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Airdrop app makes MacBook notch useful

In a new prototype, developer Ian Keen has tried to turn the MacBook’s display notch into a design feature that makes using AirDrop easier. He...

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Baby Shark is getting a second set of NFTs — yes, second

The characters from the most-viewed video on YouTube and children’s song are yet again getting turned into NFTs. Pinkfong’s even throwing a party...

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Google Cloud employee calculates pi to 100 trillion digits

Google Cloud developer advocate Emma Haruka Iwao was able to calculate the digit value of pi to 100 trillion digits. She used the same computer...

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Elon Musk says Tesla’s fake robot might be ready by September 30th

Elon Musk promised a working prototype of the company’s recently announced humanoid robot, Optimus, at the next AI Day, which will be held...

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Wouldn’t life be more fun if charging bricks looked like tiny Macintosh computers?

Shargeek has launched a new Indiegogo for a 35W charging brick shaped like a tiny Apple Macintosh computer. It’s set to retail for $49, with...

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It’s hard to believe Google Drive’s just now getting copy / paste shortcuts

Google is adding the ability to use standard keyboard shortcuts to manage your files (cut, copy, paste) in Drive, a feature that somehow wasn’t...

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A wild Pokémon-themed Galaxy Buds case has appeared

Samsung has released a Pokémon-themed poké ball case for its Galaxy Buds true wireless earbuds in South Korea. It’s a limited edition, and it...

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Amazon hardware exec takes another swipe at Zuckerberg’s metaverse fantasy

Amazon’s head of devices has said that he doesn’t want to live in a virtual world all day, and that he’d prefer to make devices that let people...

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Jeff Bezos is not a poster

Jeff Bezos seems to lack a basic understanding of how Twitter works. He’s tweeting about PowerPoint on a platform where there is no incentive to be...

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Broadway theater installs IR camera system to catch audience members trying to record nude scenes

After someone posted photos showing actors Jesse L. Williams and Michael Oberholtzer during a nude scene, a Broadway theater has installed a new...

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FAA will revoke YouTuber’s pilot license after plane crash video

The FAA has told YouTuber Trevor Jacob to turn in his pilots license after he posted a video that shows him jumping out of a plane after the engine...

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This FF7 Buster Sword clock prevents you from casting snooze

Square Enix is selling a Buster Sword clock based off Cloud Strife’s iconic weapon from Final Fantasy VII Remake. It looks awesome, but it’s...

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The former CEO of Reddit would like you all to stop bickering online

Yishan Wong thinks Elon Musk is in for "a world of pain" if he succeeds at buying Twitter. That’s because it’s hard to keep online...

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Google’s Little Signals concepts show what ‘ambient’ notifications could look like

Google has shown off an experiment in creating objects that subtly get your attention to tell you about the weather or remind you to take your pills....

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This motorized gaming bed lets you rest your gamer head

This bed from Bauhutte is designed to raise and lower your feet with the push of a button, and keep your gaming rig close by so you can wake up and...

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I tried the pixel-flavored Coke, and it Bytes

Coca-Cola Creations has come out with a new limited edition soda that’s only available online, and is supposed to taste like pixels. What does that...

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All hail Elden Ring’s ever-growing map

FromSoftware’s Elden Ring map is a well-designed exercise in teasing players with new information before revealing an even larger game scope. One...

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You can spin the gear in Windows 11’s Notepad app and it’s delightful

Microsoft’s latest Windows 11 Easter egg is a spinning gear in the Notepad app. You can spin the gear for hours of fun. I’ve just spent an hour...

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A short list of Russian yacht seizures

Is there anything more satisfying than seeing a megayacht, an expensive toy for worthless people, seized by authorities? Russian oligarchs have been...

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David Mamet filed a short story about airplanes to back Texas’ terrible social media law

Playwright and filmmaker David Mamet filed an allegorical short story supporting HB 20, a currently blocked Texas social media law banning companies...

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The mashup of an M1 and G4 is the whimsical Apple desktop I want

A modder named Connor has created something beautiful: a fully functioning iMac G4, powered by Apple’s latest M1 processor. It’s stylish but...

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Apple brings the darkness back to its peripherals with a black trackpad

With the announcement of its Mac Studio and Studio Display, Apple is also finally letting us buy the black and silver versions of its Magic Trackpad...

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Nothing can’t stop smartphone leaks

A picture of Nothing CEO Carl Pei showing off a smartphone to Qualcomm’s CEO Cristiano Amon has been published online. It’s suspected that this...

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Watch Valve’s Gabe Newell deliver Steam Decks to mostly confused customers

Valve has released a promotional video of its co-founder Gabe Newell hand delivering the first units of its Steam Deck console. Some customers...

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Storm-battered UK unites behind live stream of planes trying desperately to land

Along with roughly 180,000 other people, I’ve been gripped by a live stream from London’s Heathrow airport, where Big Jet TV is showing the...

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