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January 22, 2022

NEWS

CNET

Apple’s foldable iPhone, which could be called the iPhone Flip, may look something like these renders by YouTuber ConceptsiPhone. ConceptsiPhone. Samsung has the bendy Galaxy Z Fold 3 and clamshell Galaxy Z Flip 3, there’s the reboot of the Motorola …

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PCMag.com

The Canon RF 16mm F2.8 STM opens up wide-angle imaging to more photographers thanks to its $300 price, and delivers more than you’d expect from a low-cost lens. MSRP $299.99. PCMag editors select and review products independently.

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Mac Rumors

As a business, Peloton has high customer acquisition costs, translating to high product pricing. Toward the end of last year, the company reduced the price of its entry-level bike by almost 20 percent to $1,495 in an attempt to drive up sales through the …

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The Washington Post

That pithy takedown underscores Hari’s genuine alarm about the “urgent” attention crisis sweeping the globe. We are collectively losing our capacity for sustained concentration, he argues in his new book, “Stolen Focus,” and the problem is getting worse …

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CNET

Windows 11 brings a lot more than just design changes. Keep your eye out for these upgrades. Microsoft/Screenshot by Sarah Tew/CNET. Windows 11, the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, kicked off its phased roll out to compatible devices …

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CNET

Majora’s Mask will mark the twelfth N64 game available through the Nintendo Switch Online plus Expansion Pack service. The plan launched back in late October with nine titles, including Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Mario Kart 64 …

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Digital Trends

From unionization to exclusivity to the employment status of a CEO, a lot of questions remain following Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of troubled Call of Duty and World of Warcraft maker Activision Blizzard. It’s by far the most significant …

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CNET

Apple users can still score a 10% education discount. Sarah Tew/CNET. Earlier this week, Apple made it harder for consumers to use its discounted education pricing, implementing a third-party site to verify student and faculty IDs.

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USA TODAY

Hey there, listeners. It’s Brett Molina. Welcome back to Talking Tech. You likely heard me a couple days ago talking about Microsoft’s huge deal to acquire Activision Blizzard, which is the video game publisher …

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Mac Rumors

It is not clear if Apple will reimplement an institution verification process after working out kinks to make it available for students, teachers, and school staff, but for now, there is no requirement to make a discounted purchase.

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