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iPhone XS and XS Max – Mashable

Mashable iPhone XS and XS Max Mashable I have no doubts the iPhone XS Max's massive 6.5-inch OLED display will be the one everybody wants, but both it and the smaller iPhone XS have feature upgrades, like an all-new camera system that takes better photos than even the best Android phones. A better way to part with your favorite device. Apple Newsroom all 75 news articles »

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Best Tech of 2018 (so far) – Mashable

Mashable Best Tech of 2018 (so far) Mashable CES, Mobile World Congress, and developer conference season are fading in the rearview mirror. Which means we've had enough months to see ... Many of our favorite tech so far earned Mashable Choice. There's still a lot coming in the second half of the ...

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Inside Microsoft’s Secret Surface Testing Labs – Mashable

Mashable Inside Microsoft's Secret Surface Testing Labs Mashable But the walls weren't likely to cave in if I were to grab it (perhaps leaving an iPad Pro in its place?) — the AMS room is where a Surface's wireless performance is tested. As the Surface rotates on the cylinder, readouts appear on computer screens ... and more »

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‘Fortnite’ Season 4 just started, making this a great time to get into ‘Fortnite’ – Mashable

Mashable 'Fortnite' Season 4 just started, making this a great time to get into 'Fortnite' Mashable While Fortnite Battle Royale is a free-to-play release on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and — as of March — mobile platforms (Android/iOS), the seasonal play works a bit differently. Each season amounts to a limited time event, lasting about two ... and more »

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AT&T’s cheap monthly streaming service is for cord-cutters who don’t care about sports – Mashable

Mashable AT&T's cheap monthly streaming service is for cord-cutters who don't care about sports Mashable According to CNN, Watch will include a selection of cable channels and is meant to "encourage mobile TV viewing." It's not known how many channels are part of the package, but AT&T's decision to omit sports is what allows it to price the bundle at just ... and more »

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