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Pixel 2 owners lose enormous benefits from Google Photos.

Unlimited uploading of original quality to Google Photos is undoubtedly one of the best advantages of the first Pixel phones.The original Pixel is there, just like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3.Unfortunately, we know the benefits are not. file Forever Bonus, and it’s finally over for those two phones. Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will lose unlimited uploads in …

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Microsoft’s Windows 10X gets a lot of inspiration from Chrome OS.

This week we took our first look at Windows 10X for single screen PCs. Now the community is building the software that is nearing completion after Microsoft uploaded the files for build 20279, giving us a much better idea of ​​what Windows 10X will look like when it comes preinstalled on machines shipping later this year. Spoiler alert: Chrome OS …

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Philips Hue’s new wall switch module solves one of the oldest smart lighting problems.

Signify recently launched two Philips Hue smart bulbs, plus two tweaks to their existing lineup.The new Amarant linear spotlight can brighten an outdoor wall to give it a little contrast. But what’s interesting to most people is the Philips Hue wall switch module, which solves one of the longest-standing problems with smart lighting: smart lights in compatible mute switches. The …

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Arturia updates MicroFreak with three new oscillators.

Although all three are special But there is also a variety You’ll get the rattle of the bass from Harm and the flashing strings from the bass, SawX specializes in both leads and pads. New presets highlighting the added oscillator types cover everything from knocking to frantic awakening to spoiled keys. The new sound leans towards MicroFreak’s digital nature, but …

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ASUS ‘CES Showcase is a free Steam game.

Screen shot: ASUS / Kotaku Due to the ongoing global pandemic this year Electrical appliances show It’s completely online. Game hardware manufacturer ASUS has adopted a digital version of the item with ROG Citadel XVFree to download on Steam, a (small) part first-person shooter, virtual reality hardware showroom. ROG stands for Republic of Gamers, the fancy gaming brand of ASUS, …

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Samsung will gradually remove chargers and earbuds from phones in the future.

Samsung’s future phones won’t come with charging bricks either, the company revealed, but it leaves itself a wiggle room in Q&A on why headphones and charging bricks are no longer included in the box, Samsung said. Believe gradually Removing accessories from your phone can help make them more sustainable. This answer shows that while the next generation of phones may …

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