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Scientists rule 5G is safe, surprising no one except the tinfoil-hat brigade

It's not going to melt your brain, ruin your fertility, or kill your crops.

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Google Pixel 5a (5G) review: Basic, affordable, and gimmick-free

The Pixel 5a with 5G nails the essentials: price, display, battery life, and cameras. At $450, it’s also cheaper than last year’s Pixel 4a with 5G.


Japan just doubled the world record for the fastest internet speed

Don't expect to see the 4-core fiber optic cable that enables it coming to your home anytime soon, though.


Switching to T-Mobile Home Internet is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made

After a decade of getting ripped off by Spectrum, I knew I had to leave. T-Mobile Home Internet was my savior.

This Thing Rules

Nokia resists death with six new phones

Spread across the C, G, and X series, Nokia’s filling the void left by LG.


Samsung’s forcing 5G onto everyone with three new Galaxy A phones

With three 5G Galaxy A series phones launching this month, Samsung is bringing 5G to more people at lower prices. There's no escaping 5G anymore.


Niantic pushes 5G augmented reality gaming with forthcoming release

'Codename: Urban Legends' is all about bashing monsters — with super low latency and tons of friends.


Verizon takes the elitist route on 5G, locks best speeds behind premium plans

At Verizon, not all 5G is equal.


T-Mobile, leader of 5G hype, pushes archaic 2G as a battery-saving trick

That's not exactly an ideal solution.


Apple is already developing its own 6G modems to edge out Qualcomm

The company begrudgingly settled a lawsuit with Qualcomm in order to get 5G in the iPhone. It wants to avoid the same troubles next time around.


This clamshell QWERTY phone might be the world's first with 5G

It's 2021 and the Astro Slide 5G wants to buck the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy trend.


5G explained in less than 5 minutes

Here's a non-technical guide to how 5G will (and won't) affect you.


The iPhone 12 outsold all other 5G phones in just two weeks

The iPhone 12 was announced in mid-October. By the end of the month, it had already captured 24 percent of the 5G smartphone market.


DoorDash follows rivals with launch of alcohol delivery

Rivals including Postmates and Uber will already bring you adult beverages to pair with your takeout.


You can now put your Tumblr posts behind a paywall

But not explicit content, of course.


iPhone 13 & 13 mini review: So ordinary it's extraordinary

With batteries that last longer and double the storage, the iPhone 13 and 13 mini is a boring but very solid update. It beats a bag of new gimmicks.


Ford issues Mach-E recall in Canada due to risk of the roof coming off

It's a similar problem to one Tesla had, and one Ford gently ribbed the company about.


A QAnon star is selling NFTs, but even true believers aren’t having it

Ron Watkins says that money raised will fund a secret project to "help save America." But his followers are losing patience with his hollow promises.


Amazon just announced the new Kindles we already knew about

The new Paperwhite and Paperwhite Signature Edition are minor upgrades to Amazon's existing e-reader lineup.


Don't be fooled, this sleek HP ultrawide monitor is a beefy gaming PC

HP's new all-in-one desktop is a stealth gaming PC with top-tier specs and a few tricks up its sleeve that justify the eyewatering price tag.


Facebook’s got two new Portal smart displays and one of them is portable

Facebook’s doubling down on its Portal smart displays with the handheld Portal Go+ and larger-screened Portal+ because video calls are inescapable now.


Slack's new Clips feature is sort of like Stories, but not quite

Leave your co-workers a video message or a screen recording, if that's your thing.

But why

PayPal's new app packs every banking feature you'll ever need

Including access to high-yield savings accounts rolling out in the near future.


Grover lets you rent your gear and gadgets instead of buying them

Products like AirPods and high-end gaming laptops can be rented for as little as $10 a month.


iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max review: Nearly perfect, but the camera needs a fix

The new high end iPhones are faster, sharper, and last longer than any previous models. But one photo-taking flaw feels like it crashes the party.