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Facebook finally allows you to delete sent messages

The social network Facebook has announced that users of its messaging service will be able to delete messages that have already been sent.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

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Verizon's Go90 streaming service will be shut down on July 31

The team behind Go90 will be shifting over to Oath. On July 31, 2018, Verizon is shutting down Go90. Go90 first debuted around three years ago as a new video streaming platform for Verizon, but unfortunately, it failed to ever build a substantial followi...

ASUS ZenFone 5Z review: The Zen master to tame the OnePlus 6

Can ZenFone 5Z knock the OnePlus 6 off its throne...

How to factory reset your Wear OS smartwatch

Have you purchased a new smartphone and want to pair your smartwatch with Wear OS? Resetting is mandatory. Here's how to do it!(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

Nokia 9 PureView to be the star of HMD event at MWC

Nokia 9 PureView is finally about to be unveiled. New teasers regarding the MWC confirm this, but it likely won't be the only device presented by HMD.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

How to shoot video in super slow motion

Slow motion mode is becoming more and more popular on our smartphones. How can you make the most of it? We'll give you all our best tips and tricks in this article.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

Best SD Cards for Chromebooks in 2018

Expanding your Chromebook's storage. If you want to expand your Chromebook's storage, you can use an SD or microSD card and boom, you've got more space. It's not exactly the same because Chrome's security model treats storage you can remove differently...

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