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Microsoft Edge now warning users about fake news (since y'all were too naive to spot it yourselves)

Microsoft is planning big changes to its Edge browser, but the Chromium redesign is still off in the future. For now, the Android and iOS versions of Edge have gotten an update that adds a feature called "NewsGuard." It's off by default, but when enabled it will tell you whether or not a news website is trustworthy. Naturally, some sites are not happy with the results.

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Google hires high-ranking Apple engineer to launch mysterious Fuchsia OS

It's no secret that Google has been working on a new operating system (and potential Android replacement) called Fuchsia since at least 2016, but details are otherwise few and far between. The most recent tidbit to emerge publicly? High-ranking Apple engineer Bill Stevenson says he's joining Google to help bring the new OS to market.

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Cheap wireless workout buds: Anker's aptX SoundBuds Slim+ are $22 with a coupon

You can spend hundreds of dollars on Bluetooth earbuds that sound great and don't have any wires, but that's overkill if you just need something to toss in your gym bag and eventually lose. That's what the Anker SoundBuds Slim+ are all about. These are competent earbuds that usually only cost $30, and you can get them for a mere $22 today with a coupon code.

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Get a Chromecast 3rd gen for $30 shipped

Have you heard about this new Chromecast thing? That's a little joke. Google's streaming dongle has become so prolific that the platform it runs on is built into all kinds of stuff. If you've got one of the last few TVs that can't already receive Chromecasted content, now's a great time to get in on the phenomenon. You can currently scoop a third-generation Chromecast up at Rakuten for about 30 bucks, shipped.

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New Galaxy S10 leak showcases punch-hole screen and... Samsung's cryptocurrency wallet?

We're less than a month away from Unpacked, where Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 line, but the leaks show no sign of letting up. Today, Twitter user @VenyaGeskin1 posted images that show a Galaxy S10 running the rumored Samsung Blockchain KeyStore, an in-house cryptocurrency wallet.

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The Xiaomi Yi 1080p home security camera is a steal at $25 on Amazon

Surveillance cameras can get pricey, with higher-end models going for hundreds of dollars a pop. Xiaomi-owned Yi offers a pretty affordable option in its 1080p home security camera. Normally $30.99, it's even cheaper right now with a couple of discounts on Amazon.

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We're giving away two Roborock vacuums, plus 17-23% off coupons for everyone else [US]

If you need proof we're living in the future, look no further than than the Roborock E20 and E25. These suckers (pun intended) will clean your carpets without you having to lift a finger, allowing you to talk to friends, play video games, watch Netflix, or sleep while your robot does all the boring work. We've partnered with Roborock to give away two robot vacuums, and if you want to buy one, we have an exclusive Amazon coupon.

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LG is teasing a phone with touchless gesture controls for MWC

While the main challenge Android manufacturers are facing this year is to get rid of the infamous notch, many by simply punching holes in their screens, LG seems to be taking a different route altogether. In a short video published yesterday, the company teased a device with hover gestures to be announced on February 24 at Mobile World Congress.

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Meizu announces a phone with no ports or buttons because we deserve this

When they took the headphone jack away, we all griped about it and kept buying phones. Now, Meizu has offered up a vision of the dystopian future we've brought upon ourselves. The Meizu Zero is a smartphone with no ports or buttons whatsoever. If you need to reset the phone, you better hope you've got a SIM ejector handy. Oh, you can't use that to eject a SIM card, though, because this phone doesn't have a SIM slot.

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Get the newest Amazon Echo Dot for $21 or a full-size Echo for $70 at Belk

A couple of weeks ago, shortly after we received news of the Chromecast Audio's untimely demise, Amazon put its most similar product, the Amazon Echo Input, on sale for an attention-grabbing 20 bucks. Now, Belk has a similarly sweet deal: the third-generation Echo Dot, which does everything the Input does and more, is just $20.99 at the retailer's online store. If you're looking for fuller sound, the regular Echo is on sale there, too.

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