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Gmail’s spam filter has been repaired

Gmail’s spam filter has been repaired

This story was originally published 2020/07/01 5:25am PDTon Jul 1, 2020 and last updated 2020/07/04 12:09am PDTon Jul 4, 2020.  Spam filters are a thing we rely on every single day to protect us from an overwhelming amount of unwanted messages, but we rarely think about the technology behind them when everything works. When the...

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Choetech’s 65W USB Type-C wall charger is now just $22 ($13 off)

Choetech’s 65W USB Type-C wall charger is now just $22 ($13 off)

You might already have a few USB Type-C wall adapters around your home, but third-party options can give you more features (and sometimes a smaller size) than the chargers included with phones and tablets. Choetech’s 65W USB-PD wall adapter offers enough power for anything from earbuds to ultrabooks, and it’s now just $21.99 on Amazon....

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All the new movies and early theater releases you can watch at home right now

All the new movies and early theater releases you can watch at home right now

This story was originally published 2020/03/20 1:07pm PDTon Mar 20, 2020 and last updated 2020/07/03 2:09pm PDTon Jul 3, 2020.  Movie theaters are slowly reopening, but many don’t have new releases quite yet, and studios seems to be embracing the streaming model. Whether you’re staying at home to limit potential risks, or just saving a...

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The best cheap Chromebooks that are actually in stock right now

The best cheap Chromebooks that are actually in stock right now

This story was originally published 2020/03/20 12:58pm PDTon Mar 20, 2020 and last updated 2020/07/03 11:18am PDTon Jul 3, 2020.  The ongoing lockdowns around the world have caused an uptick in demand for computers, especially laptops. Chromebooks are incredibly popular for their ease-of-use and competitive pricing, so if you can accomplish everything using just a...

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OnePlus fixes yet another security flaw that may have exposed sensitive customer data

OnePlus fixes yet another security flaw that may have exposed sensitive customer data

A security vulnerability in OnePlus’ out-of-warranty repair invoicing system has been fixed. The vulnerability, which was discovered on June 30th, exposed customer details including full names, phone numbers, email addresses, IMEI numbers, and physical addresses. The system affected is run by a third-party vendor and is only used by US customers. Android Police disclosed details...

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T-Mobile shuts down Sprint’s 5G network to redeploy spectrum

T-Mobile shuts down Sprint’s 5G network to redeploy spectrum

This story was originally published 2020/04/22 11:47am PDTon Apr 22, 2020 and last updated 2020/07/03 9:29am PDTon Jul 3, 2020.  T-Mobile will shut down Sprint’s 5G network in order to rework its spectrum into its own 5G grid. While those with a Galaxy S20 series device on Sprint will be able to use 5G on...

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JioMeet is basically a completely free 1:1 copy of Zoom

JioMeet is basically a completely free 1:1 copy of Zoom

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic struck, Zoom has been taking over the world of video conferencing. Many other companies have realized that and have started offering or improving their own video calling services — see Google Meet, Duo, Microsoft Teams, and others. Indian telecommunications company Reliance Jio also wants a slice of the cake and...

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Chrome for Android is finally going 64-bit

Chrome for Android is finally going 64-bit

The first Android version to support 64-bit architecture was Android 5.0 Lollipop, introduced back in November 2014. Since then, more and more 64-bit processors shipped, and today, virtually all Android devices are capable of running 64-bit software (excluding one or two or more oddballs). However, Google Chrome has never made the jump and is only...