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Yahoo’s first branded phone is here. It’s purple and only $50 – CNET

October31
The phone is available as part of Yahoo Mobile's unlimited phone service.
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Charging the Rivian R1T off-grid with Power Innovations – Roadshow

October31
Power Innovations' mobile charging station kept me going in the desert.
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Here’s what iPhone 12 Pro cameras can do: Incredible Night Mode photos and more – CNET

October31
Sunsets, sunrises, wide vistas and aquamarine waters give ample evidence of another leap forward in mobile photography.
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Apple is replacing faulty AirPods Pro earbuds for free – CNET

October30
Issues in the earbuds include crackling, static and noise-cancellation failure.
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MagSafe on iPhone 12: I still want USB-C, but I was wrong about Apple’s magnetic charger – CNET

October30
MagSafe has already snapped itself into my life. But how many variations will there be?
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The best soundbar for 2020: Vizio, Sonos, Polk, Yamaha, Roku and more – CNET

October30
Let's face it, TV audio quality sucks. A soundbar can be a big improvement for a small price. Here are our favorites.
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John Gallagher Jr. says his horror film Come Play is a kindred spirit to Poltergeist – CNET

October30
On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, Gallagher opens up about the new horror movie, as well as Westworld, 10 Cloverfield Lane and the show Newsroom.
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Trump, Biden campaigns slam Facebook after ‘technical issues’ impact political ads – CNET

October30
The social network stopped accepting new US political ads on Oct. 27, a week before Election Day.
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The best beer subscription boxes – CNET

October30
Monthly deliveries of rare beers, hoppy beers, brewery merch and more.
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Twitter is no longer restricting the New York Post’s account – CNET

October30
The social media platform says it'll retroactively apply its changed policy on hacked materials.
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