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LG V30 is getting a more powerful ‘Plus’ version

LG’s V30 is expected to be revealed at the end of the month, and given months of leaks, that’s no surprise. What’s more surprising is that LG is rumored to be releasing a ‘Plus’ version too. Before you think LG is making a bigger version of what’s already expected to be a 6-inch device (albeit with tiny bezels), that’s not quite it. It seems LG is taking the same approach it did with the G6, and releasing a Plus version with added functionality. Unfortunately, that option might be limited to Korea The Plus version will likely have more storage (128…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Napier Lopez
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Gadget Lab Podcast: Mickey’s Out

This week: Disney ditches Netflix, bundles await, and Facebook makes TV now. by Wired Staff
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Google canceled all-hands meeting after employees were harassed online

Google canceled all-hands meeting after employees were harassed online
Google had been expected to address the controversy surrounding a divisive memo written by a Google engineer last week.

This Week in the Future of Cars: Phoenix Rising

Plus: what’s up with that guy dressed as a car seat in a not-so-self-driving car. by Aarian Marshall
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No Man’s Sky finally looks like the game it was supposed to be

The latest update for No Man’s Sky was unveiled today, and the much-maligned game is finally taking the form it was supposed to have on release. According to the update notes, released today, the “Atlas Rises” update will have co-op play, improved graphics, interface tweaks, terraforming, portals, and “30 hours of new story content.” In any other game, I’d accuse it of compensating for something. In NMS, I just say, “It’s about time.” The introduction of multiplayer is especially encouraging. In case you missed (or have blissfully forgotten) the circus of unfulfilled expectations that swirled around the release of NMS, one of the most cutting…This story continues at The Next Web

by Rachel Kaser
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Buy This Song Now. It’s the Best 99 Cents You’ll Spend All Week

This song will jump to the top of your iPhone’s library. It’s just 10 minutes of silence. by David Pierce
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Cyberspies Are Using Leaked NSA Hacking Tools to Spy On Hotels Guests

An infamous Russian-linked cyber-espionage group has been found re-using the same leaked NSA hacking tool that was deployed in the WannaCry and NotPetya outbreaks—this time to target Wi-Fi networks to spy on hotel guests in several European countries. Security researchers at FireEye have uncovered an ongoing campaign that remotely steals credentials from high-value guests using Wi-Fi networks (Swati Khandelwal) #HackerNews #News #Security #Internet

When Someone Melts Down in Public, Can I Record It? (Please?)

There might be a civic duty you’re fulfilling—or you might just be a voyeur. by Jon Mooallem
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Here’s How Much Food an iPhone Charger Is Worth

Stefen Chow and Hui-Yi show you just how far the cost of that charger or knock-off handbag could go. by Laura Mallonee
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SpaceX and HP Enterprise to send supercomputer to ISS next week

Next week, a SpaceX CRS-12 rocket will launch from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. Its payload will include a HP Enterprise (HPE) supercomputer, called the Spaceborne Computer, which will be used to see if off-the-shelf computer components can be built to withstand the harsh conditions of space. Space travel is notoriously brutal to tech. It often shortens the lifespan of hardy Thinkbooks to mere months, forcing NASA to send a regular supply of laptops to the International Space Station, alongside pouches of ready-to-eat chilli con carne and freeze dried ice cream. Consequently, most heavy computing is done on terra…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Matthew Hughes
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