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Google and the Internet Archive are the first customers to pay for commercial access to Wikipedia content.    Source: TechCrunch

T-Mobile’s App Insights sells your data, but there is a way out.   Source: XDA Developers

Atari 50th anniversary bundle includes more than 90 games spanning six platforms.   Source: TechSpot

Firefox now automatically removes tracking parameters from URLs to enhance privacy.   Source: 9to5Mac

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Waymo, Aurora, Uber, and others urge California to lift its ban on heavy-duty self-driving trucks.   Source: The Verge

Blizzard acquire Spellbreak studio to focus on World Of Warcraft expansions.   Source: Rock Paper Shotgun

PlayStation Plus Monthly Games for July: Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, Man of Medan, Arcadegeddon.   Source: PlayStation.Blog
1Password will help you remember which “sign in with” service you used.    Source: The Verge
Sony trumps Samsung, launches first 1-inch camera sensor for phones.   Source: SamMobile
Pine64 Teases RISC-V Based Raspberry Pi Alternative.   Source: Tom’s Hardware
Brazil wants to follow Europe in making USB-C mandatory for all new phones.   Source: TechSpot
Carl Pei defends Snapdragon 778G+ choice for the Nothing Phone (1) as evidence of second colour option emerges.   Source: NoteBookCheck.net
The NuraTrue Pro are the first wireless earbuds to support aptX Lossless streaming.   Source: The Verge
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G gets the June 2022 update in Europe.   Source: SamMobile
Dead By Daylight devs are plotting to end the game’s grind, permanently.   Source: Rock Paper Shotgun
Apple’s iPhone 14 Is the Next Key Point for Investors in the Stock.   Source: Barron’s
U.S. FCC commissioner wants Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores.    Source: CNBC
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Anonymous social apps shift their attention to Instagram in the wake of Snapchat’s ban.   Source: TechCrunch

Siemens and Nvidia partner to enable digital twin for the industrial metaverse.    Source: VentureBeat
You can now manage your Google storage straight from Gmail.   Source: Android Police
Galaxy S23 could feature ARM’s next-gen CPU cores with improved performance, efficiency.   Source: SamMobile
Intel Serpent Canyon confirmed to be NUC 12 Enthusiast as complete specifications leak with DisplayPort 2.0 but HDMI 2.0b and DDR4 RAM.   Source: NoteBookCheck.net
Snapchat launches paid subscription service, but it doesn’t remove ads.   Source: TechSpot
New Intel Raptor Lake ES CPU Rumored to Boost up to 5.5 GHz.   Source: Tom’s Hardware
Apple highlights smaller European developers in new App Store editorial series.    Source: AppleInsider

Samsung’s PS5-compatible 1TB 980 Pro M.2 SSD is down to $134.99 for GameStop Pro members.    Source: The Verge

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 M9: 27-inch 4K HDR 144Hz Gaming Monitor.    Source: Sony on Twitter

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC could launch earlier than expected.   Source: Android Central

Philips 34E1C5600HE: Curved WFH monitor announced with a 1440p resolution and a 100 Hz refresh rate.    Source: NoteBookCheck.net

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