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Australia has emoji license plates, but U.S. is stuck with numbers and letters

7NWM61😍.  What if that could be your license plate number?  In Queensland, Australia, the more than 3.5 million licensed drivers in the state can decide to pay for an emoji to appear on their car plates from March 1. SEE ALSO: Would you pay $700 for a digital license plate? ...

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Think you can tell between a real and computer-generated face? This website will test you.

So you might’ve been a bit freaked out about those extremely realistic, computer generated faces. Could you tell they were fake? Now, you can put yourself to the test with a website called www.whichfaceisreal.com.  SEE ALSO: This website uses AI to generate faces of people who don’t exist It’s a ...

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First look at Samsung's sleek Galaxy Watch Active

It was easy to miss amid all the foldable phone hype, but Samsung revealed its latest smartwatch Wednesday at its Unpacked event: the $199 Galaxy Watch Active. But just because it didn’t have much time in the spotlight doesn’t mean the Galaxy Watch Active  isn’t worth checking out. While Samsung’s ...

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Why won't Samsung let us see its foldable phone?

Samsung may have just unveiled the most exciting new phone in years. Or, it may have unveiled a nearly $2,000 disappointment that just so happens to have a flexible display.  We don’t actually know, because the company barely let us see the phone that’s supposed to herald a new era ...

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7 takeaways from Mark Zuckerberg's long discussion at Harvard about Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg has a lot on his mind, and he’s ready to go off-script… sort of. The Facebook CEO returned to his alma mater Wednesday to discuss Facebook and the numerous issues facing the platform. Zuckerberg joined the head of Harvard Law’s Berkman Klein Center for internet and society, Jonathan ...

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Lyft reportedly will beat Uber to IPO

The two competing ride-hailing apps Lyft and Uber both filed paperwork before the end of 2018 to go public in 2019. Now it looks like Lyft’s initial public (IPO) offering will beat out Uber’s. CNBC reported Wednesday that Lyft’s IPO will launch around March 18, while Uber’s will need a ...

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Samsung's Galaxy Home smart speaker will finally arrive in April

Do you remember Samsung’s Bixby-powered Galaxy Home smart speaker that was created to compete directly with the Amazon Echo?  The smart speaker was announced in August last year, but the company gave no official release date during the announcement. Now, we finally have one — well, sort  of. SEE ALSO: ...

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We have finally witnessed the Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is a $1,980 folding smartphone which expands from a 4.6-inch phone to a 7.3-inch tablet. The Galaxy Fold has six cameras: three on the back, two inside, and one on the front when it’s folded. It also has high-end specs, with 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, ...

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Twitter opens beta program to test new conversation features

Twitter is finally ready to start formally testing all those new conversation features it’s been teasing for the past several weeks. The company is taking applications for prospective beta testers, who will be able to take Twitter’s new conversation features for a spin before they’re released to the public. SEE ...

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Samsung unveils 'Instagram mode' for Galaxy S10 camera

Because everyone definitely wants some Facebook-affiliated software pre-installed on their smartphone, Samsung announced at the Feb. 20 Unpacked event that its Galaxy S10 camera would come with an Instagram mode.  Exciting, right? The mode, the result of a Samsung and Instagram partnership, would place Stories features directly in the phone’s ...

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