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Recent articles by Daniel:

Apple expands its third-party iPhone repair program to Europe and Canada

Apple is expanding its mall kiosk iPhone repair program to Canada and Europe. Will it make iPhone repairs cheaper and faster? → Read More

Garmin updates some of its most popular watches with solar charging

The addition of solar panels squeezes an extra few days of life out of the sun. → Read More

The best gear to help you stay fit during the school year

All of the gadgets and apps that can help you stay health and fit even in the midst of a challenging college semester. → Read More

Uber adds groceries to its growing food delivery options

A global pandemic in which unnecessary travel is discouraged seems like the worst time to own a travel company. Today, the company announced that it would begin offering grocery delivery -- to selected cities -- from within its main apps. The service is being enabled by Cornershop, a company that Uber bought late last year which offers online grocery shopping. → Read More

New Galaxy Note 20 photos match up with Samsung's previous leak

It's sketchy, but it certainly looks like it could be the new Galaxy Note. → Read More

Sirius XM reportedly buying Stitcher to bolster its podcast efforts

Sirius XM is reportedly spending a lot of money to pick up Stitcher's stable of big-name podcasts. → Read More

How to keep track of your finances as a student

Here are the best tools you can use to manage your finances while you're in school -- and beyond. → Read More

Uber is buying Postmates for $2.65 billion

Uber just bought Postmates, but the rival app will live on. → Read More

Evo 2020 canceled after co-founder abuse allegations

Evo 2020's online event won't go ahead after its co-founder was accused of assault. → Read More

FaceApp is cool again, and adamant it's not a privacy minefield

FaceApp explains how it works, and why you shouldn't worry about Russia. → Read More

Facebook is killing Lasso, its first TikTok clone

Farewell Lasso, you were... an attempt to dethrone TikTok. → Read More

Peacock's streaming library adds shows from Showtime, CBS and the CW

NBC's Peacock streaming service just got a whole lot bigger, thanks to a rival network. → Read More

'Dreams' will get a big PSVR update on July 22nd

It would seem natural that a title that lets you harness your imagination would offer a VR mode, and that's what's coming to 'Dreams' later this month. → Read More

OnePlus's next phone will be the sub-$500 Nord

OnePlus hasn't spilled many details about its new low-cost range beyond the name. → Read More

COVID-19 killed the era of 'big' flying

The A380 and Dreamliner were large luxury liners built for an era of mass travel. COVID-19 has put an end to that. → Read More

Acer updates its gaming laptops with new Intel chips

Acer's gaming laptops are getting updated CPUs and GeForce graphics options. → Read More

Acer’s new Swift 5 laptop gets a lifting hinge

It won't arrive until October, and Acer hasn't said what new chip will be inside, but it could be a world-class thin-and-light laptop. → Read More

Google will restrict advertisers targeting ads for jobs, housing and credit

Google has worked with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to avoid enabling Fair Housing Act violations. → Read More

The world’s first smartwatch had the same issues we have today

More than two decades after the Ruputer first launched, and we're still struggling with battery life and utility in smartwatches. → Read More

‘Hardspace: Shipbreaker’ is a puzzle-solving parable

'Hardspace: Shipbreaker' is a fun zero-g puzzle game set in a dystopian future where even oxygen is a commodity. → Read More