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  1. Nexus Devices Could Avoid Google's Monthly Photo Charge - Forbes


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    Nexus Devices Could Avoid Google's Monthly Photo Charge
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    Google GOOGL +1.43% may soon offer unlimited uncompressed photo and 4K video storage for free – as long as you're using a Nexus device. According to sleuths over at Android Police, the latest version of Google's free photo sharing app contains text ...
    Google Photos at 1 year: 200M users, 24 billion selfiesSlashGear
    Google Photos celebrates first birthday and 24 billion selfiesEngadget
    Google Photos App Celebrates One Year Since LaunchThe Next Digit
    Pulse Headlines -Tech Times -Digital Trends -Phandroid.com
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  2. The Fan Reaction To The 'No Man's Sky' Delay Is Inexplicable And Inexcusable - Forbes


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    The Fan Reaction To The 'No Man's Sky' Delay Is Inexplicable And Inexcusable
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    This week it was confirmed by Hello Games that No Man's Sky had been delayed from its upcoming June release date, and would now be out in August instead. It's a pretty standard type of delay, and one made more understandable by the massive scope of a ...
    Please don't make death threats because a video game got delayedThe Verge
    Sean Murray Apologizes for No Man's Sky Delay, Says He's Received Death ThreatsPlayStation LifeStyle
    No Man's Sky devs confirm delay; death threats ensueDigital Trends
    GameSpot -Bleeding Cool News -Attack of the Fanboy -Hot Hardware
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  3. Thanks to virtual reality, could backpack PCs become a trend? - ZDNet


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    Thanks to virtual reality, could backpack PCs become a trend?
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    The HP Omen X VR PC Pack. Chiropractors should be excited at what might emerge as a future trend in PCs. With the rise of VR, you may be strapping a computer to your back to explore virtual realms.
    HP and MSI Show Off 'PC on Your Back' for Untethered Rift and Vive SessionsRoad to VR
    Backpack PCs Could Become a Trend in Experiencing Virtual RealityThe Next Digit
    HP sheds some more light on the Omen X VR PC backpackTechCrunch
    The Verge -Digital Trends -Mashable -PCWorld
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  4. Tesla's Gigafactory sets grand opening for July 29th - The Verge


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    Tesla's Gigafactory sets grand opening for July 29th
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    Though the Gigafactory has been partially operational for months, Tesla hasn't yet officially "opened" its massive Nevada battery plant — but that'll change on July 29th, when some Tesla owners will gather with company officials for a ceremony at the ...
    Tesla hosts a grand opening for its Gigafactory on July 29thEngadget
    VW may challenge Tesla for who has the largest advanced battery factoryQuartz
    Tesla schedules Gigafactory grand opening for July 29SlashGear
    Green Car Reports -Ubergizmo -CarBuzz -CleanTechnica
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  5. Google's Project Ara Isn't The Revolutionary Smartphone We're Expecting - Forbes


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    Google's Project Ara Isn't The Revolutionary Smartphone We're Expecting
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    Project Ara isn't the modular dream it's touted to be according to Dave Hakkens, creator of the Phonebloks concept. On his blog, Hakkens explains where Ara falls down as a 'modular' phone. His main criticism is that it's not actually properly modular ...
    Phonebloks founder voices out frustration on Project Ara update, says Google could do betterNeowin
    Phonebloks creator isn't entirely happy with Project AraEngadget
    Droid Life Q&A Sessions: Volume 40 AnswersDroid Life (press release) (blog)
    The Verge -9 to 5 Google -WIRED -Phandroid.com
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  6. Who's afraid of the IoT? - TechCrunch


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    Who's afraid of the IoT?
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    It's heeeere! The Internet of Things, I mean. I just spent several days at the Connected Conference in Paris, which focused on IoT hardware. They built a whole home full of connected devices, showcased the War for the WAN and underscored that the IoT ...
    Internet of Things spend in ME set to hit $3.2b in three yearsKhaleej Times
    'Smart cities' are closer to reality than we realizeWashington Post
    Samsung's Future IoT Is Nation-WideGeekDad (blog)
    Motley Fool -Christian Science Monitor -Yahoo News -IT Business Edge (blog)
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  7. Computex 2016: Acer arrives with 5000mAh handset, laptops, and 'Internet of Beings' products - ZDNet


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    Computex 2016: Acer arrives with 5000mAh handset, laptops, and 'Internet of Beings' products
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    Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Acer has taken the wraps off a number of products that it will be showcasing at Computex 2016. acer-liquid-zest-plus.png (Image: Acer). Leading the way is the Liquid Zest Plus, a 5.5-inch smartphone running Android ...
    Acer Showcases Liquid Zest Plus Smartphone At Computex 2016Android Headlines
    Acer Liquid Zest Arrives Stateside In July With 5000 mAh Battery, $199 Price TagHot Hardware
    The Acer Liquid Zest Plus and its 5000mAh battery set to launch in July at a price of $199Phone Arena
    Ubergizmo -PhoneDog -Gamenguide -Tech News Today
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  8. Back to a Chromebook thanks to Google I/O: ASUS Chromebook Flip or Dell Chromebook 13 - ZDNet


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    Back to a Chromebook thanks to Google I/O: ASUS Chromebook Flip or Dell Chromebook 13
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    Google I/O was held a couple of weeks ago and one of the most exciting announcements was the upcoming support for Android apps on Chromebooks. In preparation for Android apps, I ordered a couple of Chromebooks to see if one could fit into my daily life ...
    At Home With Google AppsPC Magazine
    Top 10: Android Apps for Android Wear Users, May 2016Android Headlines
    Here's How the New Chromebook Will Change the GameTech.Co
    The Mary Sue -Examiner.com -The Escapist -Capitalberg
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  9. Major European Developer Already On Board for Xbox One VR - PC Magazine


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    Major European Developer Already On Board for Xbox One VR
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    Is Microsoft working on a new Xbox One console that will be powerful enough to handle the requirements of some of today's best virtual reality headsets? Likely. As for when you might be able to see one, don't hold your breath—sources are saying that ...
    Xbox One VR Evidence Continues to MountGame Rant
    Get a second free controller and price discount when you buy the Xbox OneWindows Central
    E3 website adds Xbox One virtual reality filter, multiple companies registerDestructoid
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