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Google rumored to launch a Pixel Tablet to compete with iPad

Google stopped trying to compete with Apple’s iPad years ago. It’s not that it hasn’t made new Pixel-branded tablets, but that it hasn’t optimized Android for bigger screens as Apple did with iOS. Apple forked iOS into iPadOS, as the tablet experience is a lot different than that of the iPhone. The iPad mini 6…

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YouTube TV might lose 14 channels over a contract dispute

On paper, moving from complicated, overpriced cable packages to streamlined, affordable internet TV services sounded like a win for consumers. And in many ways, it has been, even as prices have steadily increased as the services add more channels. But what happens when one of those services gets into a fight with a provider and…

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Apple iPhone 13 review: Better where it matters

I’m far from the first to say it, but on its surface, the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini definitely feel like “S” years. That’s to say, Apple has taken the iPhone 12 from last year, and refined it a little. But dig a little deeper, and your opinion about the importance of the changes this…

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Best Xbox accessories of 2021: Level up your gaming sessions

The best Xbox accessories enhance the experience players have with the console and make gaming that much more enjoyable. Luckily, the Xbox Series X|S line of consoles remains compatible with Xbox One accessories, which means there’s a great pool of devices to choose from. But with so many different types of items out there, it…

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If you have this popular frozen pizza, you should throw it out immediately

Nestle is recalling a whopping 14 tons of frozen DiGiorno Crispy Pan Crust pepperoni pizza due to a misbranding issue. According to an announcement from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the product above doesn’t mention that it contains textured soy protein. And seeing as how soy is an allergen,…

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‘Babylon 5’ reboot in development with original series creator J. Michael Straczynski at the helm

Home News Entertainment A thing of beauty. Babylon 5 was a space station 5 miles (8 kilometers) long and served as neutral territory for every alien race. (Image credit: Warner Bros.) A reboot of the 90s sci-fi epic “Babylon 5” is in development at The CW network, Variety has reported. Creator of the original show J.…

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Louisiana’s missing moon rock found in Florida thanks to broken gun

Home News Spaceflight Louisiana’s Apollo 17 goodwill moon rock display was returned to the state after being purchased by a gun collector at a Florida garage sale for its wooden plaque. (Image credit: collectSPACE.com) A long-lost piece of the moon belonging to the state of Louisiana may have remained missing — if not also been…

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NASA launches powerful Landsat 9 satellite to monitor climate change, forest cover and more

Home News Spaceflight NASA’s newest Earth-observing satellite has made it to space. The spacecraft, called Landsat 9, will help extend the 50-year continuous record of global imagery collected by the Landsat family of satellites since 1972.Perched atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket, Landsat 9 blasted off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California…

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Hulu drops new teaser for ‘The Orville’ Season 3, announces 2022 premiere date

Home News Entertainment Finally, after months — no, years of waiting, we can now expect the much-anticipated third season of Seth MacFarlane’s tribute to “Star Trek” to air on our screens on March 10, 2022, exclusively on Hulu as a weekly series. To make the announcement, Hulu dropped a brief teaser online that doesn’t show any…

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The 30+ Oldest Universities In The U.S.

DenisTangneyJrGetty Images Today, going to college after high school is considered the norm—so much so, that it’s hard to believe there was ever a time when higher education didn’t actually exist. Back in the 1600s, college began as a source of education for those going into the ministry. Years later, the schools grew to focus…