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iOS 13 Concept Envisions Dark Mode, New Volume Indicator, iPad as Extended Display for Mac, and More

Just days ahead of WWDC 2019, freelance graphic designer Álvaro Pabesio has shared a new iOS 13 concept that envisions many features and changes rumored…

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Apple Releasing iOS 12.3.1 Today With Fixes for Messages and VoLTE Bugs

A week and a half after releasing iOS 12.3 with a revamped TV app, Apple today will be releasing iOS 12.3.1, a bug fix update…

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iFixit Says 2019 MacBook Pro Keyboard Has ‘Subtle’ Changes to Design and Materials

Apple surprised us with a MacBook Pro refresh earlier this week. 2019 models feature faster Intel processors with up to eight cores for the first…

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Midwest Tornadoes: Why It’s So Hard to Predict Where a Twister Will Strike

A series of tornadoes has brought devastation to the Midwest. Ideally, we could forecast such twisters, but the phenomenon is confounding. Original Article Credit:Wired

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2020 iPhones May Have Full-Screen Touch ID, New iPhone SE Based on iPhone 8 Also Possible Next Year

Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis and his associates today shared their expectations for both 2019 and 2020 model iPhones following their trip to Asia earlier this…

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WIRED’s 14 Must-Read Books of Summer

It’s time to charge up the Kindle. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Tricky Physics of How the Avengers Manage to Fly

To understand how Star-Lord flies, you have to consider both the forces acting on him (hello, jet boots) and the torque. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Playdate Is a Boutique Gaming Handheld With a Crank

No, the crank doesn’t power it. Yeah, we’re a little disappointed, too. Original Article Credit:Wired

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How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube in 5 Seconds—or Less

The world record for unscrambling a Rubik’s cube keeps dropping, as fleet-fingered speedcubers hone their pattern recognition and “lookahead” skills. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Grilling Over Charcoal Is Objectively, Scientifically Better Than Grilling Over Gas

Cooking on a gas grill is more convenient than cooking with charcoal. It’s also a lot less special. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Grilling Over Gas Is Objectively, Scientifically Better Than Grilling Over Charcoal

A gas grill rules. But the real debate should be whether charcoal is necessary at all… Original Article Credit:Wired

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Food Ordering Features Now Available in Google’s Mobile Apps

Google has incorporated food ordering features into its mobile apps, allowing iOS and Android users to order food directly from a range of companies without…

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Airbnb and New York City Reach a Truce on Home-Sharing Data

Airbnb agreed to turn over information on 17,000 residences, so city officials can look for signs of illegal short-term rentals. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Hiking or Camping? Take the Bus to the Trail This Summer

Transit agencies and nonprofits are teaming up to expand access to parks and recreation areas. Original Article Credit:Wired

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REI Anniversary Sale: 29 Best Summer Outdoor Deals for 2019

REI’s big Anniversary Sale is still on through Memorial Day. It’s the best time of the year to pick up all the wetsuits, mountain bikes,…

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Netflix’s ‘Rim of the World’ Shows Where Sci-Fi Is Headed

One good thing about the streaming wars? The return of ’80s-style adventure flicks. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The EU’s Far-Right Is Surging—No Thanks to Steve Bannon

Trump’s former campaign guru said he would unite Europe’s nationalists and show them how to fight Big Tech. Instead, they’ve dismissed Bannon, embraced Big Tech—and…

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Food Ordering Features Now Available in Google’s Mobile Apps

Google has incorporated food ordering features into its mobile apps, allowing iOS and Android users to order food directly from a range of companies without…

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Taiwan’s Second Apple Retail Store Opening Soon in Xinyi District of Taipei

Apple has begun promoting the opening of its second retail store in Taiwan. Located right outside Taipei’s Xinyi A13 shopping mall on a tree-lined plaza,…

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How artists use AI and AR: collaborations with Google Arts & Culture

For centuries, creative people have turned tools into art, or come up with inventions to change how we think about the world around us. Today…

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