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March 31, 2022

NEWS

The Verge

This year, OnePlus has sharpened its vision of a legitimate flagship phone to challenge the big brands, and the result is a sophisticated, sleek device. It’s not just a cheaper flagship; it’s a real alternative to Samsung and Google, with an identity all …

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CNET

The tech giant last year agreed to the change for “reader” apps as part of a settlement with Japan’s Fair Trade Commission. Ian Sherr headshot.

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CNET

Whether you’re streaming a movie or playing a game on your phone, it just takes a few taps to mirror your phone’s display to your television. Jason Cipriani headshot.

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CNET

There are tons of discounts out there on everything from controllers to headsets to subscriptions, and even a rare deal on the next-gen Xbox Series S. Below, you’ll find our roundup of …

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CNET

The Digital Markets Act would require online giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon to make their platforms more interoperable. Justin Tallis/Getty Images. Landmark European Union legislation could mean WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Apple’s …

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Mac Rumors

Apple earlier in March released the Studio Display, its first standalone display since the Pro Display XDR. iFixit today disassembled the Studio Display in a video teardown to give us a look at the internals.

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CNET

Version 100 problems are rare but also affect Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Stephen Shankland headshot. Stephen Shankland.

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Car and Driver

The German tuner, now fully subsumed by BMW, has boosted the performance of the 4-series Gran Coupe to M4 levels while retaining a sense of opulence.

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CNET

The display has excellent color accuracy and surprisingly good speakers for a monitor, making it a solid choice for Mac owners. Dan Ackerman/CNET. When Apple announced its $1,599 sibling to the $4,999 Pro Display XDR, I was among those disappointed …

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The Verge

However, if you want to play classic PS3, PS2, PS1, and PSP games, you’ll have to pay for “Premium,” the most expensive option, meaning that Sony is joining Nintendo in putting some of its older games behind its highest-cost subscription.

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