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All the latest news and technology trends in one place. If you’re keen on keeping abreast of what’s happening in the tech world, you’ll find all the latest stories, insight, and analysis below…

The Galaxy A80 Is Samsung’s Strangest Phone Yet

Check out that camera The fight to find the perfect way to offer an ‘all screen’ phone has given us some strange devices. The ‘notch’ has become something of a fashion statement thanks to Apple’s iPhone X, while pop-up cameras and hole-punch screens have also appeared over the past few…

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The Galaxy S10 Can Be Fooled By A 3D-Printed Pinkie

Gulp As our phones become more powerful and important, the consequences of losing them become ever more stressful. Our entire lives are contained on these pocket-sized devices, and if a criminal gets access to the contents, they can potentially empty your bank or buy loads of items before you’d even…

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Nintendo Switch VR Will Support Mario And Zelda

Existing games will get updated When Nintendo announced that it would be creating a VR headset out of cardboard, it seemed to make perfect sense. The company’s Labo range of DIY ‘Toy-Con’ was the perfect platform for short-burst VR experiences, and the fact that the Switch itself acts as the…

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Apple’s New Ad Celebrates Its Legendary Pizza Box

As well as its amazing tech, of course Apple has produced some truly life-changing products during its time, including the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. All of these devices have had a real impact on the world of the tech, but the firm isn’t strictly limited to creating amazing…

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Apple’s AirPower Charging Mat is DEAD…

RIP, AirPower Apple has just confirmed that it has officially killed its AirPower wireless charging mat, a product it officially announced back in 2017. AirPower was supposed to be the company’s answer for those people who want to charge multiple devices at once; it would top-up your Apple Watch, AirPod…

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Sega’s Mega Drive Is Getting A ‘Mini’ Release This Year

Joins the SNES and PlayStation Classic Gamers in the early ’90s will have been part of two factions: Sega or Nintendo. These two Japanese powerhouses fought it out with their 8 and 16-bit systems, dominating living rooms all over the world. While the pair are now allies and even work…

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