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It was Microsoft’s turn today to host an item parade and it had lots to flaunt, from laptop computers to a brand-new OS to a phone. Yes. A phone. Again. After lots of stopped working efforts. Only this time it’s an Android phone with a dual-screen screen.

Speaking of unique screens, CNET got some quality time with Samsung’s Galaxy Fold — we even put it through a marathon tension test — and concluded that this collapsible phone future may in fact be a thing. Also, Uber Copter introduced to the general public in New York today as your fastest brand-new path to JFK.

Beyond the huge headings, here are the week’s stories you do not wish to miss out on: 

Samsung’s collapsible phone endures around 120,000 folds in our livestreamed test.

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Christian Android apps represent numerous countless downloads on the Google Play Store — and a lot of are information devils.

High Angle View Of Coffee Cup With Bible And Mobile Phone On Wooden Table

Before you break open that Bible app, make certain it’s not on our list of information devils. 

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And it’s relying on a competitor to return in the phone video game.


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The 2010s blessed us with a wealth of outstanding TELEVISION. It was difficult work, however we picked our favorites.



Microsoft bets its SQ1 modify to Qualcomm’s 8cx processor will accelerate Windows on Arm and bring in important software application designers.


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A federal appeals court has actually led the way for states to embrace their own guidelines.

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The Skydio 2 is wise enough to prevent trees and structures as it follows you around. Two brand-new controllers likewise assist action-cam shooters direct the drone. This year’s batch has actually offered out.

Skydio R2 drone

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Makeup artist Nicki Ledermann got in Joaquin Phoenix’s face to use the renowned makeup. “I wouldn’t wanna call him weird…”


Niko Tavernise

Would you purchase a serial killer’s art work? What about their hair? A brand-new podcast examines the gruesome world of real criminal activity souvenirs.


Simon Waldock

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