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Valve is doubling Steam Deck shipments, so you might get yours faster

Valve is doubling the number of Steam Decks it ships to customers, which could be a sign that you might be able to buy your device sooner than you...

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Valorant will start monitoring your voice chats starting July 13th

Valorant developer Riot Games announced that it will start evaluating players’ voice chats in North America starting July 13th. Riot says it will...

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Amazon shows off Alexa feature that mimics the voices of your dead relatives

Amazon has shown off an experimental feature for its digital assistant Alexa that uses AI to mimic the voices of users’ dead relatives. The company...

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Instagram is testing an AI tool that verifies your age by scanning your face

Instagram is introducing new options for users to verify their age, including AI estimation and "social vouching." Users only need to...

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Brave’s search engine lets you customize your results

Brave Search has launched the beta of a new feature it calls Goggles. It’s supposed to give users a way to create and apply their own filters that...

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Zuckerberg details his plan to move your digital items across the metaverse

Mark Zuckerberg has detailed some of Meta’s plans to build a wallet that stores digital identities and goods, which it hopes to use in the...

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FedEx will soon photograph your package to prove it was delivered

FedEx delivery drivers will soon be taking photos of delivered packages to show proof of delivery. The new program will be available to customers...

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Ikea’s new virtual design tool deletes your furniture and replaces it with Ikea’s

Ikea is launching a new virtual design tool that’s designed to make it easier to imagine how Ikea’s furniture might look in your home. Ikea...

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How to change your Instagram username

Whether you’ve changed your name, you’re upgrading to a more influencer-friendly username, or you’re just bored of your current handle, it’s...

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What’s on your desk, Alice Newcome-Beill?

Alice Newcome-Beill describes herself as "currently commerce / deals writer for The Verge, 35 years old, Scorpio, chaotic neutral."...

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Today I learned you can identify plants and flowers using just your iPhone camera

Visual Look Up is like Google Lens for iOS — and it’s incredibly useful. You can quickly identify plants, flowers, art, landmarks and more,...

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Walmart and Roku are partnering on ‘shoppable ads’ for your TV

Walmart and Roku are partnering to introduce what they call "shoppable ads." The new ads will be available first in a pilot program....

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You can 3D print an iPhone Continuity Camera mount before the actual ones arrive

Apple’s upcoming Continuity Camera is a feature for macOS and iOS that lets you use your iPhone as a webcam — and somebody already designed an...

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The Xbox app now lets you know if games play well on your PC before you download them

Microsoft is rolling out a new Xbox app update to Windows. It includes a new performance label to let people know if games play well on their PCs...

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Gas discounts and international data: here’s what T-Mobile’s adding to your plan

T-Mobile is providing 25-cent discounts on gas at Shell stations and making some big upgrades to its international and in-flight data offerings....

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Camo update lets you overlay graphics and text when using your phone as a webcam

The app will let you create information overlays and graphics to put on top of your phone’s footage to help show information while you’re...

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Voicemod uses AI to transform your voice into Morgan Freeman, astronauts, and more

Voicemod, the popular real-time voice changer, is releasing new AI voices today. They include a voice like Morgan Freeman and characters like...

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Keychron’s latest keyboard is a more compact way to get your numpad fix

Keychron’s latest mechanical keyboard is the Q5. It has a 1800 layout (otherwise known as a 96-percent layout) that offers a numpad while still...

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WhatsApp now lets you transfer your chat history from Android to iPhone

WhatsApp is adding the ability to transfer your conversation history from Android to iPhone. It makes use of Apple’s Move to iOS app for Android,...

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Google Maps now estimates toll charges for your journey

A new Google Maps feature that estimates the amount you’ll have to pay in tolls to drive a given route has started appearing. It’s coming to...

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Chromebook 101: how to use Android apps on your Chromebook

Many Android apps have been optimized for the Chrome OS, so they will look perfectly at home on your Chromebook. One of the advantages that...

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How to organise playlists on Spotify: Tips and tricks

How to organise playlists on Spotify: Tips and tricks Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming apps globally. From tonnes of...

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How to change the alert sounds on your iPhone

Change your iPhone’s default alarm, ringtone, and other notification sounds by following a couple of easy steps. You can also download custom tones...

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Xbox Cloud Gaming will support your game library later this year

Microsoft is significantly expanding Xbox Cloud Gaming later this year to include your own game library. Xbox users will be able to stream their own...

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How to frame your NFT

The market for NFT frames is growing fast, with manufacturers of digital photo frames and TVs competing with new startups looking for an edge. But...

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TikTok can now help stop your infinite scrolling

TikTok is adding a series of new features that are designed to stop you from spending too much time on the service in one sitting. There’s also a...

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Here’s your first look at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

Infinity Ward has officially unveiled Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, which launches on PlayStation, Xbox, Battle.net, and Steam on October 28th....

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Apple explains how it’s making your iPhone a full-fledged webcam for your Mac

Apple software engineer Karen Xing spent some time explaining how the new Continuity Camera feature for macOS Ventura will actually work at WWDC 2022...

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