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What Is the Newest Google Pixel Phone?

The Pixel line is Google’s series of in-house Android phones. There’s been at least one new model released annually since 2016, but what are the…

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Quick Tip: Use Brick Hound to Score Hard-To-Find LEGO Sets

Temporarily out of stock—that’s the dreaded alert you see when a LEGO set is popular and in short supply. You can keep checking back every…

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Disney+ Just Made it Easier to Bundle Ad-Free Hulu

As a full-time couch potato and part-time cheapskate, the last thing I want to do is overpay for streaming. But I’ve always avoided Disney’s popular…

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What Is an “Uncertified” Android Device?

A great thing about Android is its open nature. Any company can take Android’s open-source code and put it on a device. This doesn’t come…

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How to Create and Use a Table in Microsoft Excel

Analyzing related portions of data is easier if you create and use a table in Microsoft Excel. A table allows you to segregate data on…

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Stadia Game Studio is Dead, Stadia Game Streaming Lives On (For Now)

Stadia, the Google project that streams games to your home without a console, took a significant blow today. The company announced it’s shutting down Stadia’s…

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Apple’s Face ID Will Soon Work With Masks—If You Own an Apple Watch

Starting with the iPhone X, Apple ditched Touch ID in favor of Face ID. And for plenty of people, that’s just fine—until the global pandemic…

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PSA: AirPods Max Battery Drain Is Real—Don’t Buy Them (For Now)

Despite their $550 price tag and awkward design, the AirPods Max have managed to shake up the premium headphone landscape and set a new standard…

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Farewell to the Pixel Slate, the Tablet Even Google Forgot

Google’s made a lot of tablets, starting with the Nexus 7 back in 2012. But you might not know it, since the company has consistently…

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ExpressVPN’s New Lightway Protocol Promises Speeds That Don’t Suck

Security experts suggest using a VPN whenever you surf the web, but doing so is easier said than done. VPNs slow down your connection and…

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