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Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro is another powerful flagship that you won't buy

You know the score by now. Huawei currently makes Android phones that can’t run Android apps, or at least the ones that I, and most people, want to use. Today, the company announced the Mate 40 family of super-sized flagship smartphones, but has much...

UE Fits wireless earbuds review: When the perfect fit isn't enough

Headphone companies go to great lengths to develop earbud shapes that offer the most comfortable fit for the most users. Everyone’s ears are unique, so even the best efforts won’t offer optimal wear for all. Still, companies continue to mine data in...

Facebook's AI team expands post-grad courses for Black and Latinx students

Facebook says that it will expand an online course in deep learning to more students to help improve the diversity of its AI division. After a successful pilot program at Georgia Tech, the company will roll out this graduate-level course in deep lear...

Spotify’s The Get Up is part morning show, part personalized playlist

Well before Spotify streamed music and podcasts, folks have long got their early dose of music, talk and news on FM radio, often through “morning zoo” type shows. Now, Spotify is looking to emulate that format with its first-ever mixed media morning...

The Morning After: 2020 iPad Air review, and RIP to Quibi

And...Quibi is over. After floating around as “NewTV” and hoovering up nearly two billion dollars in funding, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s mobile-first video service launched this spring and almost immediately fell on its face. Now the leader...

Facebook Dating has arrived in Europe

Facebook Dating is now rolling out in the UK and 31 other European markets, a little over a year after it was launched in the US. The social network first announced the dating service back in 2018, promising a platform that can “mirror the way people...

Garmin's new smartwatch lets streamers show real-time heart rates

Watch a Twitch streamer playing horror game du jour Phasmophobia, progressing in a tense esports tournament or perfecting a speedrun, and you might see their current heart rate on their feed. Garmin is offering broadcasters another way to layer that...

Microsoft partners with SpaceX on a cloud computing business for space

Microsoft has launched a new cloud computing business in an effort to make Azure the space industry’s platform of choice. The tech giant says it’s developing technologies to help the public and private sectors launch faster and to make sure they achi...

Twitter is encouraging US users to vote early

Twitter is encouraging US users to vote early and is showing them how to do so, the company announced. Starting today, everyone with a US Twitter account will see a home timeline prompt encouraging them to vote early, along with information from the...

Jony Ive will help design 'the future of Airbnb'

Airbnb has brought Jony Ive onboard to help the company design new products and services over the next few years. The company’s co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky has announced Airbnb’s multi—year deal with Ive’s new design firm LoveFrom, calling it “a...

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