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    IT'S EXPECTED TO lead the vanguard of streaming services launching in the next six months, but Disney+ won't be available to Linux users at launch. The news ... Read article

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    Vodafone has started flogging the new Pixels ahead of their 24 October release. ..... 23/8/19: Google failed to beat the leakers this time, as a source has spilled the ... unlock using a dot projector and infrared sensors similar to Apple's Face ID. Read article

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  • Apple's 16in MacBook will reportedly launch any day now

    THE OFFICIAL UNVEILING of Apple's long-rumoured 16in MacBook could be just days away. So says DigiTimes, which has heard from "supply chain sources" ... Read article

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