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A number of good USB-C chargers and cables are on sale today

Dealmaster also has deals on Bluetooth headphones, lots of PS4 games, an...

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Huawei claims #1 smartphone spot after Samsung sales plummet

Huawei survives the COVID-19 economy, Samsung tanks, and Apple's sales a...

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Big Tech’s big day: Congress grills CEOs over competition, bias

Marathon session was nearly two different hearings, depending on party o...

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Telegram files EU antitrust complaint against Apple’s App Store

Messaging company is latest company to criticize restrictions and fees.

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Zuck email: Instagram deal could “neutralize a potential competitor”

Emails obtained by Congress shed light on the thinking behind the 2012 d...

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Google wants Samsung to kill Bixby, Galaxy App Store

Google offers Samsung a higher revenue share in exchange for offing its ...

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North Korea-backed hackers dip their toes into the ransomware pool

In search of funds for country's weapons program, Lazarus goes hunting f...

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20 years ago, Steve Jobs built the “coolest computer ever”—and it bombed

"Nobody ever made anything like that," said Steve Jobs.

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Your next smartphone will be a lot harder to scratch

Corning's Gorilla Glass Victus is a significant improvement in scratch p...

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As 7nm schedule continues slipping, Intel contemplates 3rd-party fabs

Intel's 7nm parts are now projected to arrive alongside TSMC's 3nm, in 2...

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Reports: ARM is for sale and Nvidia’s interested, Apple isn’t

Who will buy one of the world's most wide-spread chip designers?

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Woz sues YouTube over “bitcoin giveaway” scam videos using his name

Section 230 gives platforms like YouTube broad immunity for user content.

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The Asus ROG 3 is the ultimate Android gaming phone that nobody asked for

It's got super high specs and a laser-beam "gamer" aesthetic.

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We test Mozilla’s new Wireguard-based $5/mo VPN service

Mozilla's VPN is available now for Windows, Android, and iOS.

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Apple has finally embraced key-based 2FA. So should you

Hardware keys are more secure—and finally ready for the masses.

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Apple updates iOS to 13.6 with digital car keys, local news, and more

A few new features have arrived as we wait for iOS 14.

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This device keeps Alexa and other voice assistants from snooping on you

Meet LeakyPick, the low-cost audio spy detector for network-connected de...

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Macs with Apple silicon will support Thunderbolt, Apple says

Company's statement offers clarification in the wake of Intel's announce...

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Amazon enforces TikTok ban on employee phones due to “security risks”

Amazon workers must delete TikTok or lose mobile access to company email.

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Apple’s AirPods and wireless charging case are down to their lowest Amazon price

Dealmaster also has deals on Switch games and gear, Echo devices, and more.

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Unreal’s new iPhone app does live motion capture with Face ID sensors

It's another rare, killer app for the iPhone's TrueDepth sensor array.

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Intel details Thunderbolt 4: Required DMA protection, longer cables, and more

It will be fully compatible with USB4.

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Hong Kong downloads of Signal surge as residents fear crackdown

A new security law is expected to undermine Hong Kong's autonomy and fre...

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New Chrome experiment promises up to 28% more battery life

Throttling javascript timers stop background tabs from sucking up so muc...

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Amazon Prime Video will finally offer one of Netflix’s most basic features

The new feature, along with parental controls, launches today.

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FBI nabs Nigerian business scammer who allegedly cost victims millions

"Business email compromise" scams cost US companies billions, the FBI says.

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New Mac ransomware is even more sinister than it appears

ThiefQuest or EvilQuest can grab passwords and credit card numbers.

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A few good tech deals happening this July 4th weekend

Including discounts on video games, Apple Watch, Bluetooth speakers, and...

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Heated seats as a service? BMW wants to sell car features on demand

BMW says it's a way to try before you buy, but do people want an extra m...

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Apple throws in another Mac Pro GPU configuration: The AMD Radeon Pro W5500X

It’s a step down from the W5700X in almost every way—including price.

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