Google today announced that it’s making one of its most lucrative products more fun. Search is Google’s bread and butter, and it would not be wrong to say that search has made Google into the behemoth that it is today. The company has announced that it has added a couple of cool games to search. You can now play solitaire and tic-tac-toe in it.
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Battlefield 1 is one of the most highly anticipated games of this year. It’s not uncommon for major games to get paid expansions these days so it was not surprising when the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass was announced. It’s basically a season pass that will get you four paid DLCs at a discount. It will cost you more if you buy each paid DLC individually so the best option is to go with the Premium Pass if you plan on purchasing all of the paid DLC that will be released for this game over time.
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Google has gradually been expanding its Fiber gigabit internet service in more cities across the United States. A few months ago it announced that Salt Lake City will be the next location in which the service will go live and that has happened today. Google Fiber has gone live in Salt Lake City starting today.
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You can never be too sure these days when it comes to online security. Two-factor authentication is a great way to ensure that the risk of your account being compromised is reduced. Since most PlayStation Network members do have their credit cards on file the risk is significant should their account be compromised. Sony has finally enabled two-factor authentication for PlayStation Network accounts.
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You can buy just about anything on Amazon and while you can’t buy actual cars yet, you are now able to conduct research on a car that you might have your eye on using Amazon Vehicles. It’s a new hub that the online retail giant has launched today aimed at those who are in the market for a new car and want to conduct some research before they decide to put money down.
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A new report claims that Apple is working on its own Snapchat rival. The company is said to be internally testing an app which enables iPhone owners to record video and apply filters or drawings on them in a way that’s quite similar to Snapchat. It has also been claimed in the report that this app is being designed for use with mostly one hand.
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This was bound to happen. It was predicted when Facebook acquired WhatsApp that this would inevitably happen and the company has indeed confirmed it today. WhatsApp will start sharing user data with Facebook. This includes sharing users’ phone numbers to provide them with “better friend suggestions” as well as “relevant ads.”
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DJI today announced the launch of a new Osmo gimbal. It’s the handheld version of the stabilizing gimbal and camera that you find on the company’s drones. The DJI Osmo+ features an all-new camera that has a zoom lens which allows for up to 7x digital zoom and 3.5x optical zoom. It’s available for purchase starting today.

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Singapore is embracing cars of the future in a big way by authorizing a public trial for self-driving taxis. NuTonomy’s first autonomous cabs have now started picking up passengers in the tiny island nation. Select users will be able to take a free ride in these taxis during the public trial period. A human driver will always be behind the wheel to take over should something go wrong.

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LG hopes that its upcoming flagship handset will be able to reverse the fortunes of its mobile business. It has already been confirmed that the LG V20 is going to be the first handset that comes with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box. There have been a lot of rumors and reports about this handset but we have yet to see a proper image of the V20. That changes today. Well-known leaker @evleaks has leaked renders of the handset and today he tweeted out a proper picture of LG’s next flagship.
Read full post →First Proper LG V20 Picture Leaked