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Microsoft will stop updating the original version of Windows 10 in May


If you’re somehow still running the very first version of Windows 10, version 1507, then you’ll want to get a later version installed before May 9, 2017. It might seem like just yesterday that Microsoft first released Windows 10, but in fact, it’s now been more than two years since …

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You can buy the Galaxy S8 in 24-karat gold, platinum, and 18-karat rose gold


Most people probably won’t see value in this but if you truly want the best of the best and happen to be rich, this is one way to flaunt your spending habits. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a pretty luxurious phone, but U.K.-based company Truly Exquisite is taking things to …

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Did you use social media between 2009 and 2012? You may be entitled to a payout


Privacy concerns over mobile data is nothing new, but now, iPhone users are being paid for their troubles. If you used social media on your smartphone between 2009 and 2012, you may be entitled to a payout. Per a new settlement discovered by Law360, those who downloaded and used apps …

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Future contact lenses may measure glucose, detect cancer, monitor drug use


Contact lenses embedded with biosensors may help patients monitor their conditions and even detect diseases early on. In the future, your contacts lenses may do more than help you see clearly — they may help save your life. Engineers at Oregon State University are working to embed transparent sensors into contact lenses, which …

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Chinese man finds his perfect match and marries robot girlfriend he created


Having trouble treading water in the dating pool? A Chinese man found one possible solution by creating, then marrying a robot girlfriend. At Digital Trends, we certainly love technology, but do we love technology? Maybe not in quite the same way that Zheng Jiajia, from the Chinese city of Hangzhou, does. …

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Twitter sues US over anti-Trump account

Twitter is suing the US government after it demanded it reveal the identity of an anti-Trump account. The @ALT_USCIS profile was an anonymous profile account criticising President Trump’s immigration policy. The account claimed it was being run by federal employees at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Twitter has …

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