• Lego offers 3,599-piece Bugatti Chiron kit
Lego offers 3,599-piece Bugatti Chiron kit

Best of all, though, you get the bragging rights to tell your mates you own a Bugatti Chiron - they don't need to know it's made out of Lego. Time was when Lego bricks were good for constructing model buildings, clumsy little aeroplanes, lumpy-looking pirate ships and not much else.

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  • Apple's WWDC 2018 Promises Plenty of Software Talk-And Maybe Some iPads
Apple's WWDC 2018 Promises Plenty of Software Talk-And Maybe Some iPads

Most importantly, Apple unveiled iOS 11 for its devices, and that was the brightest star of the whole event. We don't yet know much about the update, likely to arrive as macOS 10.14, but Bloomberg notes that the focus will be on integrating the software more deeply with iOS .

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  • Pokemon titles due out in Nov for Nintendo Switch console
Pokemon titles due out in Nov for Nintendo Switch console

The game was announced at a press conference in Tokyo on Tuesday. Nintendo announced that there will be two new Pokemon titles added to the Switch . To cook a new dish, simply drag ingredients from the inventory on the right over to the five slots in the pot. Players will receive experience points for their Pokemon for not only catching ...

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  • Microsoft killing its Groove Music app starting June 1
Microsoft killing its Groove Music app starting June 1

Needless to say, if you own a PC or Xbox or Windows Phone, you can listen to the playlist there. Now that the Groove Music apps for iOS and Android are going away, we probably shouldn't expect the company to release a Movies and TV app for those two platforms in the near future.

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  • Facebook is killing its Trending news section
Facebook is killing its Trending news section

Facebook on Friday announced it will soon be doing away with a controversial feature first introduced on the platform in 2014. Facebook's Alex Hardiman explained, "So we're exploring new ways to help people stay informed about timely, breaking news that matters to them, while making sure the news they see on Facebook is from trustworthy and qua...

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  • California Senate defies AT&T, votes for strict net neutrality rules
California Senate defies AT&T, votes for strict net neutrality rules

Wiener's legislation "is the first state-level bill that would comprehensively secure all of the net neutrality protections that Americans now enjoy", according to Stanford law professor Barbara van Schewick. These net neutrality standards will ensure that all California residents have the right to choose whether, when, and for what goal they...

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  • Last Dodge Demon Ever Has Been Built As It Heads To Auction
Last Dodge Demon Ever Has Been Built As It Heads To Auction

How much will the pair go for? These two should go for much more than that. Now today, Dodge has announced that final Demon has finally rolled off the assembly line at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario, Canada. Only 3,300 units were produced. Combined horsepower between the two is an astounding 1,485. Its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 is a d...

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  • Live UHD, VR World Cup trials
Live UHD, VR World Cup trials

That means PSVR owners can get uncomfortably close to the stretched, sinewy thighs of Cristiano Ronaldo and ludicrous locks of Brazil's David Luiz, if that's your thing. The trial will be used to fine tune the delivery of large-scale 4K events in the future, with the Beeb making use of the Hybrid Log-Gamma version of HDR it helped to develop alongs...

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  • ARM Introduces Cortex-A76 CPU, Mali-G76 GPU And Mali-V76 VPU
ARM Introduces Cortex-A76 CPU, Mali-G76 GPU And Mali-V76 VPU

As we touched on in the announcement, the key to the performance improvement lies in doubling up the number of execution engines inside each Mali-G76 core. Technical details about the new CPU can be read here. The Mali-G76 will improve Arm's competitive situation. The mali-G76 brings a 30% improvement in performance, a 30% improvement in energy e...

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  • Jeep to launch nine new or revised models by 2022
Jeep to launch nine new or revised models by 2022

Jeep CEO Mike Manley has confirmed plans to launch a sub-four-metre SUV in India. A Jeep Cherokee is pictured alongside the announcement, but - like Trailhawk - we expect the Deserthawk designation can be applied to various Jeep models that meet the standard.

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  • Samsung Delays Galaxy Note 9 Over Last-Minute Redesign
Samsung Delays Galaxy Note 9 Over Last-Minute Redesign

AR Emoji creates a digital likeness of your face (which doesn't look like your face at all, but that discussion is for another day), and the resulting emoji can be used across all popular messaging apps such as Whatsapp and Telegram. If you hit the update menu right now, you'll find an OTA waiting. The update to the camera app, which contains the n...

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  • Facebook Kills Off Trending Topics Feature
Facebook Kills Off Trending Topics Feature

As part of removing Trending from Facebook , the company also will shut down products and third-party partner integrations that rely on the Trends application programming interface. Watch is now unavailable in Canada. The algorithms promoted 9/11 conspiracy theories, a false story about then-Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and a parody news article a...

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  • Fortnite might be coming to the Nintendo Switch
Fortnite might be coming to the Nintendo Switch

It would appear that the hugely popular battle royale game is set to arrive on the one platform that was missing it, the Nintendo Switch , following two leaks which spilled the beans. While nothing's been confirmed, we'd suggest watching Nintendo's E3 Direct on June 12 at 12 p.m. EDT. The co-op sandbox survival games was released in July past ...

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  • Apple Has Stopped Approving Telegram for iOS Updates
Apple Has Stopped Approving Telegram for iOS Updates

Russian Federation banned the app when Telegram refused to comply with a court order to allow authorities to decrypt private messages between users. "We are continuing our efforts to resolve the situation and will keep you updated", he wrote.

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  • Canon officially ends sales of film cameras
Canon officially ends sales of film cameras

It's less of a bang than a prolonged whimper, but it's the end of an era, nonetheless, marking the first time Canon hasn't offered a film camera since the 30s, when its parent company started offering a device called the "Kwanon". Customers who own the camera can still contact Canon for support and repairs for the EOS-1V until October 31, 2025, at ...

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  • Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is 3,599 pieces of awesome
Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is 3,599 pieces of awesome

The Lego Bugatti Chiron follows the success of the Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS model, which sold out in record time in 2016. Developed in partnership with Bugatti, the model is claimed to encapsulate the magic and elegance of the hypercar in Lego Technic form, as well as delivering a unique, authentic build experience for vehicle and Lego fans...

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  • Bethesda has announced the Fallout 76
Bethesda has announced the Fallout 76

In brief, that Fallout 76 will revisit an idea the franchise attempted around 18 years ago but didn't manage to pull off. It seems no-one was expecting it, not least since people were expecting many other Bethesda games before another installment in the Fallout series.

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  • Liveblog: Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote is on June 4
Liveblog: Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote is on June 4

Now, it seems Apple will follow suit with its own digital wellbeing features in an upcoming release of the iOS mobile operating system, a new report claims. A brand new leak originating from the vast expanse that Twitter is shows us two screen protectors , one clearly intended for the iPhone X , and a similar-looking but much smaller one a...

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  • Facebook has killed the hated Trending Topics bar
Facebook has killed the hated Trending Topics bar

In May, the social media giant announced that it would bring in former Sen. There will also be a dedicated news section in Facebook Watch. Facebook said it is testing different ways for news to spread on its Facebook instead, including a "breaking news" label and a dedicated section on Facebook for local news called Today In .

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  • Teens are breaking up with Facebook faster than we thought, says study
Teens are breaking up with Facebook faster than we thought, says study

Facebook's popularity is dropping among USA teenagers aged from 13 to 17. YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat are the most popular social media platforms among teenagers, outpacing sites like Facebook and Twitter , according to a new Pew Research Center poll .

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