Elon Musk worries there soon won’t be enough humans

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Today’s tech emperors insist they’re making the world a better place. Why, then, are they so worried that our planet is on the verge of explosion? Or, perhaps, implosion. On Thursday, Elon Musk was taken to musing about the world’s […]

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How to go downgrade from the iOS 11 beta to iOS 10

Of the iOS public betas I’ve used the past number of years, the iOS 11 public beta feels particularly buggy. Animations are choppy. Graphic elements are often broken. Apps frequently crash. In one particularly frightening episode, my entire photo library disappeared after I took a video (thankfully, it began to restore itself before panic set […]

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iOS 11: All the new features, tips and guides

You’re likely more than a little curious about what’s new in Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 11. We plan on walking you through how to use the new features in iOS 11 starting now, adding more as we get closer to its official release later this year. Bookmark this page, add it to your home […]

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For better or worse, Pokemon Go paved the future of AR

I still remember my walks to work last July, scanning my neighborhood’s streets for Caterpies and Pidgies. Looking around, phone in hand like a pocket tricorder. Last July, of course, everyone else joined in, too: at Starbucks, in Central Park, at zoos. It was a fad. It’s also a foreshadowing of what’s probably going to […]

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OnePlus 5 camera: 5 tips for taking perfect pictures

The new OnePlus 5 has one of the best cameras you can get for its reasonable price. It can hold its own against the Apple iPhone 7 Plus and other top Android flagships. With a standard 16-megapixel shooter and a secondary 20-megapixel telephoto lens, this phone is capable of capturing some superb shots. But resolution […]

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AirBar for MacBook Air Release Date, Price and Specs

It was touch and go there for a while: The possibility of ever seeing a MacBook with touchscreen features seemed remote. But a new version of a computer accessory called the AirBar makes this a reality, adding touch functions to Apple’s slim 13-inch MacBook Air laptop, thanks to a USB-connected sensor bar that attaches to the […]

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Chromebooks could be getting a touch-friendly way to launch apps

Chromebooks may be getting a touch-friendly makeover. Google’s François Beaufort posted a video Thursday showing a touch-based app launcher that is currently being tested in an experimental build of Chrome OS, the operating system Chromebooks run on. The launcher can be found on the bottom of the screen. One swipe up brings up a search […]

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Backups: Act like your business depends on them

With technology increasingly intertwined with all aspects of business, CNET@Work can help you — from prosumers to small businesses with fewer than five employees — get started. Kate Sullivan, content director at TCK Publishing, tells a story of death and redemption. “I was just finishing up a book edit that had taken me the better part […]

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Surface Mini: Is this Microsoft’s canceled tablet from 2014?

Was Microsoft planning to release a smaller Surface called “Surface Mini” in 2014? According to Windows Central, it supposedly was. Back in 2014, a third-party revealed a case for a “Surface Mini” product ahead of Microsoft’s planned event in New York City. The case fed into rumors that the company would reveal a “mini” version of […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ reveals (some) details about new episodes

HBO Warning: Possible spoilers for “Game of Thrones” ahead. “Game of Thrones” fans right now are about as frantic as Tyrion when he runs out of wine. The hit show based on George R.R. Martin’s book series returns to air on July 16, and really, would it kill the premium cable network to drop just […]

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