Radical Galaxy Note 9 ‘Confirmed’ By US Government – Forbes


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Radical Galaxy Note 9 'Confirmed' By US Government
Forbes
Samsung Electronics has done a fine job of spoiling the Galaxy Note 9, culminating in the loss of a pre-release unit last week which resulted in the first hands-on review. And now the company has accidentally confirmed perhaps the most radical upgrade
Leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 image hints at new featureMashable


Galaxy Note 9 Aug. 9 launch date, price, specs, features and other rumorsCNET
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen Bluetooth Functionality Confirmed By FCCInternational Business Times
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Google tries to calm controversy over app developers having access to your Gmail – The Verge


The Verge

Google tries to calm controversy over app developers having access to your Gmail
The Verge
Google has published a new blog post in response to a story from The Wall Street Journal yesterday that detailed how common it is for third-party app developers to be able to read and analyze the contents of a user's Gmail message. While not offering
Google's Gmail controversy is everything people hate about Silicon ValleyCNET


Outsiders may be reading your Gmail: Here's how to stop themUSA TODAY
Gmail messages 'read by human third parties'BBC News
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Hawaii bans sale of sunscreens with coral-harming chemicals – Miami Herald


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Hawaii bans sale of sunscreens with coral-harming chemicals
Miami Herald
Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Tuesday signed legislation that will ban the sale of sunscreens containing two chemicals believed to harm coral reefs. The move makes Hawaii the first U.S. state to enact a ban on oxybenzone and octinoxate. "This is just one
Can your sunscreen protect you without killing marine life?Fast Company


Hawaii bans sunscreens that harm coral reefsCNN
Hawaii becomes the first state to ban sunscreens that damage coral reefsMic
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Could This Unreleased OVO x Air Jordan 14 Have Been Drake’s Next Nike Drop?

One of the biggest revelations that came from “The Story of Adidon” wasn’t just the existence of Drake’s secret son; we also got the most reputable confirmation that the current Scorpion king is in fact heading over to adidas. So, what does that mean for the handful of Nike/Air Jordan collabs that were already in […]

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Hawaii bans sunscreens that harm coral reefs – CNN


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Hawaii bans sunscreens that harm coral reefs
CNN
(CNN) Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Tuesday signed the first bill in the country that will ban sunscreens containing chemicals harmful to coral reefs. The bill, which was passed by state lawmakers in May, will go into effect January 1, 2021. At that point
Hawaii governor signs first-ever bill banning sunscreens that harm coral reefsThe Hill


Your sunscreen probably kills baby corals. Hawaii is about to do something about itQuartz
Here's How Hawaii's Sunscreen Ban Will Affect Your Favorite BrandsObserver
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Lethal Lipps Puts Angela Yee On Blast About The Trademark Rights Of ‘Lip Service’

Does Angela Yee have beef with a porn star? No, not exactly, but XXX film star Lethal Lipps claims that The Breakfast Club co-host is not the owner of the trademark “Lip Service”, which Yee uses as the name of her show. Lipps also claims that Yee has been using the name without her permission. […]

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2020 Audi E-Tron’s stylish, silent and spacious interior revealed – CNET


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2020 Audi E-Tron's stylish, silent and spacious interior revealed
CNET
Audi already showed us the outside of its forthcoming all-electric SUV, but now we're getting a chance to look inside for the first time. These photos reveal that the cabin of the 2020 Audi E-Tron will be a high-tech, screen-heavy place. And like all
Audi Reveals e-tron EV's Interior: Check Out the Side-View “Mirror” OLED ScreensCar and Driver



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Justin Timberlake and Drake Have Talked About Making Music Together

2018 has been an enormous year for releases in music. Two of the biggest came from Justin Timberlake and Drake, who dropped at the top of the year and last week, respectively. The two have linked to blend fan bases before on 2013’s “Cabaret” from the second part of The 20/20 Experience and appear to […]

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Samsung’s foldable phone may use some unexpected inspiration – SlashGear


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Samsung's foldable phone may use some unexpected inspiration
SlashGear
Samsung's folding smartphone, the flexible OLED Android handset generally known as the Galaxy X, will use an unusual asymmetric design, insiders claim. The device, which will use a cutting-edge folding OLED panel built by Samsung Display, will try to …
Your Samsung phone might be texting private photos to your contacts without permissionCNET


Weird Bug Makes Samsung Phones Text Random Photos To Random PeopleForbes
Samsung phones are spontaneously texting users' photos to random contacts without their permissionThe Verge
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Free PS4 PS Plus Games For July 2018 Now Available – GameSpot


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Free PS4 PS Plus Games For July 2018 Now Available
GameSpot
A new month is now officially underway, and with it comes another batch of free titles for PlayStation Plus subscribers. As per usual, July's PS Plus lineup consists of six games divided up across PS4, PS3, and Vita, all of which are available to
PlayStation Store Global Update – July 3, 2018PlayStation LifeStyle


Summer gaming sale fever reaches PlayStation StoreEngadget
PS Store summer sale 2018: this month's big PS4 game deals arriveSlashGear
Comicbook.com –PlayStation Store
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Google’s Gmail controversy is everything people hate about Silicon Valley – CNET


CNET

Google's Gmail controversy is everything people hate about Silicon Valley
CNET
Lots of people might have access to your data. Privacy advocates say it's too much to expect you to keep track of. James Martin/CNET. When news broke this week that Google was letting Gmail app developers scan and even read your email, we heard what's …
Gmail app developers have been reading your emailsThe Verge


Outsiders may be reading your Gmail: Here's how to stop themUSA TODAY
Google reportedly allows outside app developers to read people's GmailsBusiness Insider
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