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Chromebooks are about to get far more capable with the addition of Android apps, but unfortunately, not all Chromebooks are going to get that capability. After announcing plans to roll out Android...
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First time I read the verge because it wasn't iverge keep it up!
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The price is way lower than DJI, but the quality remains to be seen.
One of China's most popular consumer electronics brands today launches its own take on one of the hottest categories in consumer tech: drones. Xiaomi's Mi Drone is a quadcopter with a three-axis...
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+ivan ravinovitch I never said it didn't have autonomous flying, just that it does not have as many modes as DJI, which is true. Especially when you add in the Litchi app, the Phantom can basically take off by itself, fly a mission, come back to you, and land. It also has more options for following the pilot around.

Don't get me wrong, I still think this is a great price for what you are getting.
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To comment on other people’s websites, Genius broke a 20-year-old browser security system:
Until early May, when The Verge confidentially disclosed the results of my independent security tests, the "web annotator" service provided by the tech startup Genius had been routinely undermining...
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Google's Project Ara is a compromised smartphone with an ephemeral promise of modular advantages.
What Google is doing with its modular Project Ara smartphone is perhaps its grandest experiment yet: developing hardware out in the open as if it were software. Starting with a developer device...
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+Dim B But you could make the perfect phone since you make it yourself, sure it'll be a little chunky but first gen phone gonna be first gen phones.
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It's about a new store, more devices, and #brands
I had exactly half an hour with four people from the Project Ara team at Google I/O to extract as much information as I could about the mission to actually launch a modular phone. So I rattled off...
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+Roman Chukanov yeah. It evolved to something else. I do think Google has an ulterior motive with selling the modules only through the play store.

Nothing meant by it. There are multiple first, second and third world contries.
The original idea was to make it cheaper to upgrade your phone over tine instead of purchasing a new one every two or three years.

Now the processor is built in and it seems geared to people who want to upgrade constantly with money instead. I don't like that change. 
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It has GPS, a 3G modem, and Spotify built in.
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Xbox TV is coming:
Microsoft is said to be planning to unveil new Xbox streaming devices at E3 next month. The software giant has been considering an "Xbox TV" device for at least three years, and it appears a...
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X cast?
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Where did Microsoft go wrong, and what does it do now?
Microsoft is bowing out of building its own phones for consumers. After dramatically scaling back its Lumia devices last year, Microsoft hammered the final nail in the coffin today with an a...
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Microsoft should just get out of the mobile space altogether as Windows Phone sucks along Windows 10 mobile with continuum being nothing more than a useless gimmick.
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Five weeks of meals planned by startups:
The most unsexy, onerous, absurdly challenging task I face on a daily basis is figuring out how to put food in my body. This isn’t college — grilled cheese every night isn’t fine. This isn’t...
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Tips for Blizzard's brand new multiplayer shooter:
Blizzard’s Overwatch is out today, making it the first brand-new property from the World of Warcraft developer in close to two decades. And while it looks like what would happen if Pixar’s B-team...
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Better than TF2
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Pebble has updated its original Pebble smartwatch, as well as the Pebble Time, to include optical heart-rate sensors.
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i don't see anything too revolutionary from the old pebble, guess this is good cause the old pebble time will get a further reduced price and I will try snatch one for $50

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We get some of the best innovations when big companies are forced to catch up.
One of the complaints I'm hearing with increasingly regularity in the wake of an Apple or Google launch event is that the company in question is "playing catch-up." Hey Apple, nice job with that S...
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OK Verge, I'm holding you to this ^^^
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