Motorola might bring the sexy back with a foldable Razr phone this February – The Next Web

  1. Motorola might bring the sexy back with a foldable Razr phone this February  The Next Web
  2. Motorola is reportedly reviving the RAZR as a foldable phone | Engadget Today  Engadget
  3. Motorola’s RAZR is returning as a $1,500 folding smartphone  The Verge
  4. Motorola Reviving the Razr as a $1,500 Bendy Phone Is a Bad Idea, but I’m Curious as Hell  Gizmodo
  5. The Motorola RAZR Is Coming Back  Papermag
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Climate change: COP24 deal to bring Paris pact to life – BBC News

  1. Climate change: COP24 deal to bring Paris pact to life  BBC News
  2. Climate Conference Notebook: Climate talks go into overtime  Reuters
  3. The teen who reprimanded world leaders about climate at COP24  Quartz
  4. Katowice: UN climate talks vote on Paris implementation details  BBC News
  5. The Latest: Brazil causes roadblocks at UN climate talks  Fox News
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Nintendo Unlikely To Bring Original Marvel Ultimate Alliance Games To Switch – Nintendo Life

  1. Nintendo Unlikely To Bring Original Marvel Ultimate Alliance Games To Switch  Nintendo Life
  2. Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic are going out of production  The Verge
  3. Nintendo warns it won’t make more retro NES and SNES consoles  Engadget
  4. NES Classic, SNES Classic no longer in production  Polygon
  5. How Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Ended Up on Nintendo Switch  IGN
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Microsoft is aiming to bring Game Pass to 'every device' – Destructoid

  1. Microsoft is aiming to bring Game Pass to ‘every device’  Destructoid
  2. Microsoft’s 1TB Xbox One X, the most powerful gaming console, is $100 off  PCWorld
  3. Xbox Scarlett Will Use Zen 2 and AMD Next-Gen GPU Technology; 4K@60 FPS Is “On The Agenda”  Wccftech
  4. Phil Spencer Wants Xbox Game Pass to Cross Over with Project xCloud  IGN
  5. Xbox Game Pass headed to ‘every device’ says Xbox lead Phil Spencer  Windows Central
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iOS 12.1.1 and macOS 10.14.2 bring real-time text support to Wi-Fi calling, here’s how it works – 9to5Mac

  1. iOS 12.1.1 and macOS 10.14.2 bring real-time text support to Wi-Fi calling, here’s how it works  9to5Mac
  2. Apple releases iOS 12.1.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.2, and tvOS 12.1.1  Ars Technica
  3. The latest iOS update makes it easier to flip the camera during FaceTime calls  The Verge
  4. Apple Releases iOS 12.1.1 With Expanded eSIM Support, Redesigned FaceTime With Live Photos, Haptic Touch for…  Mac Rumors
  5. You can now once again flip the camera during FaceTime calls with just one tap  TechCrunch
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Samsung apparently wants to bring ‘force touch’ to its smartwatches – BGR

  1. Samsung apparently wants to bring ‘force touch’ to its smartwatches  BGR
  2. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Renders Reveal Pill-Shaped Hole In Display For Cameras  International Business Times
  3. Samsung, Verizon are jumping into 5G together with next smartphone (The 3:59, Ep. 497)  CNET
  4. 5G smartphones are coming in 2019. What does that mean?  CNN
  5. Samsung and Verizon announce 5G smartphone plans  The Verge
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Microsoft Plans to Bring Office's New Iconography Style to Windows 10 – Thurrott.com

  1. Microsoft Plans to Bring Office’s New Iconography Style to Windows 10  Thurrott.com
  2. Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons showcase the future of the software suite  Mashable
  3. Microsoft Office has pretty new icons but they have a fatal flaw  Ars Technica
  4. Microsoft’s new Office logos are a beautiful glimpse of the future  The Next Web
  5. Microsoft 365 adds new productivity features in November  Neowin
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Bring in the ads—YouTube may let everyone watch Original shows, films – Ars Technica

  1. Bring in the ads—YouTube may let everyone watch Original shows, films  Ars Technica
  2. YouTube Finally Seems to Get That We Don’t Want to Pay to Watch Its Shows  Gizmodo
  3. YouTube just gave a big clue that its $12-a-month Premium service is headed for extinction after only eight months  INSIDER
  4. Cobra Kai for free? YouTube originals reportedly ditching subscriptions, shifting to ads  SYFY WIRE
  5. Future YouTube Originals might be free to watch in return to ad-supported model  9to5Google
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