New Galaxy S9 and S9+ models might make early adopters cross

New Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ (or Galaxy S9 Plus, if you prefer), models are coming to Samsung online. These new models will sport expanded storage over their predecessors, coming with either 128GB or 256GB internal storage. Both models will be made exclusive to Samsung’s online store. In a nutshell The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones originally came with … Continue reading

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This Amazon PC gaming sale is a one-day wallet opener

Amazon is starting the week off with a bang. Today’s deal of the day is all about PC gaming hardware and accessories, so if your rig could use a bit of an upgrade, you might want to have a look at what’s on offer. Sadly, the deals are mostly limited to storage and peripherals, so you won’t be finding discounts … Continue reading

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Logan Paul ends his daily vlogs, but he’s not going anywhere

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2018 has been an eventful year for Logan Paul, one of YouTube’s most popular personalities.  

In early January, the 22 year old caused a firestorm after he uploaded a video showing the body of a man who died by suicide. The backlash from that incident caused YouTube to temporarily withhold video ad revenue from him, and he subsequently took a break from posting videos. But after his short apology tour, he quickly returned to his roots, using car crashes to get views and getting raunchy on Twitch

And now, in a video uploaded on Sunday, he announced to his 17 million subscribers that he was ending his daily YouTube vlogs. With his typical frenetic energy, intense edits, and lots of yelling, Paul explains that he wanted to get back into comedy — similar to the Vines that launched his career — and wanted to spend more time on other projects.  Read more…

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What to look for when buying a tablet as a laptop replacement

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTlVuZQnYO77YfQGY94Yie What to look for when buying a tablet as a laptop replacement  EngadgetToday in Apple history: First iPad 3G tablets land in customers’ hands  Cult of MacGlobal tablet shipments have hit a new quarterly low, and they’re about to go even lower  PocketNow (press release) (blog)Full coverage

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Apple’s big 2018 MacBook Air refresh just got some bad news

For the past few months, we’ve been hearing that Apple may look to launch a MacBook Air refresh at some point in 2018. At one point, rumors claimed that Apple was looking at a spring launch for this new laptop, but with May just around the corner, that’s seeming increasingly unlikely. Today, a new report states that the refreshed MacBook … Continue reading

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How to keep paying $99 a year for Amazon Prime

Last week, Amazon announced it would be increasing the price of its yearly Prime membership subscription from $99 to $119 starting May 11 and June 16 for renewals. Prime has gradually become more expensive over time — the last time the price of a yearly subscription increased was in March 2014, from $79 to $99 — and while it’s hard to argue that you’re not getting plenty of value for what you’re paying, no one likes to have to pay more for something.

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