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After five major payments providers pulled out last week, Facebook’s Libra currency project looked to be on the rocks. But the remaining members have insisted it’s full steam ahead. The 21 founding companies in the Libra Association – down from 28 when the project was first announced – met...

We published our review of the Galaxy Note 10 just over a month ago, but thanks to a surprisingly early leak, we may already know when the Galaxy S11 will...

When it hosts its Pixel 4 launch event on October 15th, Google could announce an interesting new update to its WiFi mesh router. According to 9 to 5 Google‘s...

Smartphones are boring now. Every year they stay expensive and get minor upgrades. The new iPhones are no different. The biggest appeal of the iPhone 11,...

Panasonic’s cavernous IFA booth had everything from high-concept beauty products through to cameras and TVs. Regarding the latter, it had two prototype...

We’ve long been fans of Logitech’s MX line of mice, especially the Master series. They’re attractive, reliable and have found a home...

Standing desks were a popular idea, motors made them more convenient, and programmable presets to raise and lower them to your preferred height — with...

Facebook on Tuesday confirmed plans for a News Tab that will be edited by seasoned journalists, in a departure from its longstanding practice of letting...

I recently spat in a pot and sent my saliva off in an envelope for analysis. A growing number of people are willingly handing over their DNA to corporations...

Microsoft is retiring Skype for Business Online on July 31, 2021 . In the two years leading up to retirement, current users will experience no change in...