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How to Watch the Women’s World Cup Final with a VPN

This Sunday sees the final of the Women's World Cup, a soccer event that has grabbed our attention more than ever before, thanks to amazing performances on the pitch, as well as a little controversy off of it. Find out how you can watch it anywhere in the world, with a VPN

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Amazon Keeps Alexa Voice Recordings Indefinitely

In May, Deleware's Sen. Chris Coons sent a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, asking how long the company keeps recordings and transcripts of its customers. Amazon says it keeps the records indefinitely, deleting them only when a user makes the move to delete the data first.

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Samsung Has Allegedly Fixed the Galaxy Fold

After Samsung delay its launch, the Korean tech company has reportedly redesigned the Galaxy Fold to actually work. No release date has been set though, but you can still hear what they had to say about their redesign fixes.

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TikTok Under Investigation on Multiple Fronts

Video-sharing app TikTok is under fire in the UK for its 'exploitative' digital gift system that has seen children rack up huge bills during stars' live streams. On top of this, the UK's privacy watchdog has promised to investigate TikTok's "completely open" messaging system.

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Google Filed a Weird Multiple-Page Smartbook Patent

The race towards a great foldable phone now has its strangest entry yet: Google has filed a new patent for a book-like device that might have as many as five foldable screen "pages" to flip through. Here's how it would work and how likely it is to actually happen.

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More Than 50 E-Scooters Pulled From Portland River

The e-scooter vandalism pandemic continues, as Portland authorities have reportedly hauled more than 50 e-scooters out of the Portland River last week. Will this hatred of e-scooters ever abate or will this technology never be adopted by the mainstream?

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Apple Identifies MacBook Air Fault, Will Fix for Free

MacBook Air owners beware - your laptop may well be subject to Apple's latest repair program, after internal documents reveal an issue with the logic board. While Apple is remaining quiet about specifics of the fault, it has stated that repairs will be free.

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EU Mandates All Electric Cars Must Make Noise

Starting today, all new electric cars in Europe must emit an audible noise by law, addressing concerns about the threat to pedestrians from silent vehicles. But, with no obligation for electric cars to make a traditional engine noise, there's room for plenty of audio creativity.

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Twitter to Label Rule-Breaking Tweets from Trump

Twitter has often found itself under attack for the way it handles provocative tweets from high profile accounts, and now, in a post on the company's blog, it's vowing to do something about it. The company will begin flagging 'abusive' posts from verified government officials.

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What Will Jony Ive’s LoveFrom Agency Do Now?

Apple's legendary Chief Design Office, Jony Ive, has announced that he'll be leaving Cupertino that brought his iconic designs to life to form a new design agency, LoveFrom. But what will Ive and his team actually be designing? Will it be more of the same, or a radical departure?

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US Tech Giants Are Reportedly Selling to Huawei Despite Ban

In May, the Trump administration issued a blanket ban on US companies supplying hardware or software to the Chinese tech giant Huawei. Now a new report claims that tech companies including Intel and Micron sold millions of dollars worth of products since the ban was announced.