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Apple Finally Made a Thicker Device, They Never Do That!

Something I've heard again and again in the new MacBook Pro reviews is something like: Apple actually made their device thicker, they never do that!I get the instint do say that, but I think it rang odd to me this time because I felt this was like the 10th

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Why There Won't be a Web3 Version of Twitter

From Robin Sloan's Notes on Web3: “Web3” that depends on Twitter for its mar­ket­ing and coor­di­na­tion chan­nel really deserve the name? You might say, “Oh, just wait; Web3 will make a Twit­ter of its own.” No, it won’t. Such a plat­form

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Full Self-Driving Doesn’t Look at All Ready for Prime Time

We tried Tesla's 'full self-driving.' Here's what happened - CNN What "full self-driving" could do well was impressive, but the experience was ultimately unnerving. I can't imagine using "full self-driving" regularly in a city. I noticed I was reluctant to ever look down at the Model 3's dashboard, such

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Apple’s Self Service Repair Program is Unabashedly Good

Apple’s Self Service Repair Program is Unabashedly Good
Yesterday Apple announced their Self Service Repair program, and I commented that I was waiting to see what others would think of this. 24 hours later and I’ve read all the takes I could find, and now I think I’ve come to my opinion on the matter. This

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Brave Builds in a Native Crypto Wallet

From Brave's announcement post: Today, we launched the Brave Wallet, a crypto wallet built into the Brave desktop browser, enabling Brave users to store, manage, grow, and swap their crypto portfolio from a single wallet. Unlike most crypto wallets, the Brave Wallet does not require extensions; it’s browser-native, reducing

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News Orgs Are Pulling Back Top Talent from Substack

Axios: Pressure from new publishing platforms has finally pushed newsrooms to create programs that give writers more pay, autonomy and flexibility. Those changes are attracting some independent writers back to traditional news companies.We had a whole wave of people leaving their jobs at major news sites and newspapers, and

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Microsoft Really, Really Wants You to Use Edge

Nick Heer: In the latest build of Windows 11, Microsoft has blocked the methods used by EdgeDeflector and web browsers like Firefox. It is almost admirable how transparently anti-competitive Microsoft is being because, despite being the world’s most valuable company, it faces little scrutiny from regulators.In case you're

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Apple Will Let You Repair Your Own iPhone

Apple Will Let You Repair Your Own iPhone
Apple PR: “Creating greater access to Apple genuine parts gives our customers even more choice if a repair is needed,” said Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. “In the past three years, Apple has nearly doubled the number of service locations with access to Apple genuine parts, tools, and

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YouTube Totally Fixes Creator Abuse

YouTube announced they’re happy with the results of previous tests and are going to stop publicly showing dislike counts on videos: Based on what we learned, we’re moving forward with making the dislike count private across YouTube–this means that the dislike button is staying, but the number

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