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OnePlus Buds Pro Vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro: Features & Specs Compared

In the market for ‘Pro’ earbuds and can’t decide between the OnePlus Buds Pro or Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro? For Android users looking for a pair of high-quality wireless earbuds, this is a decision many people are bound to be faced with. Both OnePlus and Samsung have a lot to offer with their respective buds, making the [Read More]
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Is Space Travel A Climate Answer Or Simply Making Everything Worse?

Private companies on the frontline of space exploration, such as SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin, have been facing intense critics for spending billions of dollars and burning fossil fuels while climate change, pandemic, poverty, and inequality rages on Earth. The space budget controversy is not new and has been a hot topic since President Kennedy’s [Read More]
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Tesla Model S Plaid arrives: ‘This is something you have to feel to believe’

Tesla’s much-hyped performance upgrade is here.  At Thursday’s Fremont, California event — where Tesla makes its electric cars — the Plaid new tri-motor version of the Model S was unveiled and delivered to the first 25 customers. “It’s the quickest production car of any kind ever made,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on stage, sporting [Read More]
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3 Times You Shouldn’t “Accept Cookies” on a Site

Cookie-consent pop-ups are one of the biggest annoyances on the Internet. Almost every site you visit has a notice saying, “This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Do you agree?” or something similar. Typically, we click “yes” or “agree” without even thinking about it because we’re eager to get to the content. But should [Read More]
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The best (and weirdest) free, live TV channels on Roku

Roku streaming devices are best known for playing content from Netflix, HBO Max, and Disney+, but there’s so much more Roku owners may not even know about. If you dig through your app selection, you’ll find something called the Roku Channel, and hidden within it is a treasure trove of useful, entertaining, and bizarre live [Read More]
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Apple Podcasts Subscriptions: When The Service Launches & What To Expect

Apple has announced Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, a new tier that lets users find and subscribe to premium content. The subscription service had been rumored for some time, with reports from January suggesting a potential launch could be imminent. Months later, Apple has officially revealed its new podcast avenue, as well as a way for creators to make [Read More]
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AirPods Pro Vs. New Echo Buds: How Amazon’s 2021 Alexa Earbuds Compare

Amazon‘s second-generation Echo Buds are 20-percent smaller than the original earbuds and feature what the company calls “custom-designed Active Noise Cancellation technology.” The first-generation Echo Buds were a great pair of true wireless earbuds for utilizing Amazon Alexa functionality while on the go. With the new and improved Echo Buds, Amazon seems to have taken the [Read More]
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iPhone 12 Vs. Xperia 5 III: How Sony’s Latest Phone Compares

Sony’s newly unveiled Xperia 5 III smartphone comes with features that just might give Apple’s flagship iPhone 12 a run for its money. Despite the impressive showing of the Xperia 5 III, though, there are still some things that the iPhone does better. Sony took quite an understated approach to revealing its latest series. As with the company’s previous premium handsets, Sony [Read More]
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SpaceX’s New NASA Agreement Highlights How Quickly Starlink Is Evolving

SpaceX‘s Starlink internet program may still be in beta, but it’s already garnering additional levels of cooperation from one of the world’s most prominent space organizations. The company only just recently began to accept pre-orders for potential customers in the United States, Canada, and the UK, but as Starlink continues to incorporate more of its [Read More]
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Master Raspberry Pi with this set of online classes

TL;DR: The Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle is on sale for £24.75 as of Jan. 29, saving you 96% on list price. Dream of building your own robots? Read on. Raspberry Pi is a tiny, inexpensive, single-board computer that you can use to make cool Internet of Things (IoT) projects. It’s super bare bones (it doesn’t [Read More]