Google is delaying a Chrome audio update that broke countless web games

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Google is partially and temporarily rolling back a recent Chrome change that blocked autoplaying audio, after web developers complained that it had broken countless games and apps. The update rolled out with Chrome version 66 in early May, and it…

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OnePlus 6 leaks reveal price and shipping date ahead of this week’s launch

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The OnePlus 6 is coming officially on Wednesday, which leaves room for a few last-minute leaks that give us a good look at the phone. New renders spotted by WinFuture from Amazon Germany show the OnePlus 6 in its Mirror…

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Uber plans to bring drones into food delivery

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How long does it take for your favourite food delivery app to bring your order to your doorstep? About 30 minutes in the best case scenario, we’re guessing. How about a 5-minute delivery time? Well, that’s the next…

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NASA is sending a helicopter to Mars to get a bird’s-eye view of the planet

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When NASA launches its next rover to Mars, the vehicle will have a small helicopter along for the ride. NASA announced today that it will be sending a small autonomous flying chopper — aptly named the Mars Helicopter — with…

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Apple will reportedly launch a credit card with Goldman Sachs

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Apple is preparing to release a credit card in partnership with investment bank Goldman Sachs, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The new credit card — which marks the end of Apple’s credit card partnership with Barclays…

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Microsoft reveals the future of its Fluent Design for Windows 10

Microsoft first unveiled its Fluent Design changes for Windows 10 at Build last year, adding subtle animations to many apps and core parts of Windows. We’ve seen a number of changes to the design of apps in the Fall Creators Update and…

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Google is taking on the iPhone X with new gesture navigation in Android P

Android P is shaping up to a be a big update for Google’s operating system, down to the basic way you navigate the OS, which Google is overhauling in P with a new, gesture-based system similar to the…

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Nintendo confirms cloud saves and NES launch titles for Switch online service

Nintendo has given some new details on its long-in-gestation online service for the Switch. The service, officially called Nintendo Switch Online, will go live this September costing $3.99 a month, with the price for three months set at $7.99…

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How to Control your Lights with Amazon Echo

Amazon’s Echo smart speaker is a great device for music listening, setting timers and reminders, and ordering stuff you probably don’t need from Amazon’s vast online store, but the best thing about Echo — at least in my…

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F8 proved there’s no escape from Facebook

During a keynote about privacy at F8, Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos shared an image of the world that used light to show the sheer size of the company’s network. It was intended to highlight all the…

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