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Snapchat adds looping video, 'infinite' Snaps and more

Snap this week will report its quarterly earnings for the first time as a publicly traded company. Ahead of that report, Snap on Tuesday announced a couple of significant changes to the ephemeral messaging platform that you may want to…

Google's mysterious Fuchsia operating system gets a wild UI

Google has for some time now been working on a new operating system. Tentatively known as Fuchsia, the search giant’s third operating system (alongside Android and Chrome OS) is an open-source project that’s slowly but surely coming together. …

BlackBerry's KEYone is here for the keyboard lovers

BlackBerry is back in the market with the new KEYone, a smartphone designed for those who fell in love with the BlackBerry Bold back in 2008. Its spec sheet isn't chart-topping, with a SoC that is over a year old at this moment and a 4.5" 1620x1080 IPS LCD screen. But there are some good features, like it's long-lasting 3,505mAh battery and Nougat 7.1.1 running underneath this time around. Reviews are positive.

Uber update makes it easier to delete your account

Early this year Uber was caught in the middle of yet another controversy over what people perceived as opportunistic business tactics during the airport protests against Trump’s anti-immigration order. The #DeleteUber campaign caught on on social media as a result,…
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