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Colleges across the US and Canada are adopting virtual student IDs

Apple Wallet has supported contactless student IDs since 2018, with three US universities supporting the feature at launch. The program has been gradually expanding ever since. Yesterday, the company announced

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Buying an Oculus headset to help get your Facebook account back is a risky move

Some Facebook users stymied by the company’s seemingly impenetrable support channels have turned to an interesting — and expensive — loophole to get access to their locked accounts: buying an

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Gmail 101: How to increase the time you have to unsend an email

If you’ve ever hit “Send” on a Gmail email and regretted it ten seconds later, you’ll know how handy — even necessary — a delayed send function can be. It

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Ghost of Tsushima’s multiplayer mode is getting new content and a standalone release

Ghost of Tsushima’s multiplayer mode, Legends, is getting some new free content and a standalone release, Sony and developer Sucker Punch announced Wednesday. The standalone release will be available on

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How Badly Will Qualcomm Be Hit By Google’s Decision To Make Its Own Smartphone Chips?

The big announcement from Google wasn’t the confirmation that the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro phones are coming later this year. Look a bit closely and you’ll see

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Samsung’s stripped down Tab S7 FE comes to the US starting at $529

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 FE is officially coming to the US starting on Thursday for the 5G version with the Wi-Fi model expected a few weeks later, the company has

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Nissan cuts starting price of its electric Leaf to under $30,000

Nissan’s Leaf 2022 range starts at just $27,400, making it the cheapest mass market electric car currently available in the US, according to Electrek. That starting price drops to as

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