Michael SimonStaff Writer, PCWorld

If it has a screen, battery or a plug, Michael Simon wants to play with it. He has been obsessed with technology since he bought his first ThinkPad—the one with the lift-up keyboard that let you swap out the drive. He's still waiting for that to come back in style.

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Oppo announces the ultimate notch killer: an under-screen selfie cam

China-based phone maker Oppo has shown off a major advancement in the movement to kill the notch: an under-screen selfie camera.

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The Cardiogram app can finally tap into Fitbit's heart rate sensors

Cardiogram now works with Fitbit devices so users can visualize how stress, diet, or exercise affect their heart beat.

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The bigger MacBook Pro everyone’s waiting for might be priced more like a desktop than a laptop

Apple is tipped to be releasing a new 16-inch MacBook Pro later this year, but it might cost way more than the current model.

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WatchOS 6: Everything you need to know about the new features, faces, and functions

Apple has unveiled watchOS 6, and it makes the Apple Watch more independent than ever.

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Ring Floodlight, Battery review: Not enough light and not enough smarts

The Ring Floodlight, Battery is one of the company's new Smart Lighting devices, but it's a little too dim, and a little too simple.

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Google won't be making its own Android or Chrome OS tablets any more

Google has confirmed that it won't be making tablets anymore, and the world is a happier place.

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Google's RCS Chat for Android is the messaging service we should have gotten 5 years ago

Google claims that it is finally serious about brining RCS Chat to all Android phones, but I'll believe it when I see it.

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HP Chromebook x360 14 G1 review: A giant, powerful convertible that most people don't need

HP loaded up its Chromebook x360 14 G1 with some high-end parts, but the result is too unwieldy to work well as a convertible, and it's expensive, too.

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Huawei delays the launch of its $2,600 folding Mate X phone, surprising no one

Huawei has pushed back the release of the folding Mate X phone from June to September.

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Lenovo Smart Clock review: Great form compensates for a lack of function

The Lenovo Smart Clock is the smallest Google Assistant-powered smart display, both in size and stature, but it nails its core mission.

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Five burning Pixel 4 questions following Google's official 'leak'

Now that Google has revealed what the back of the Pixel 4 will look like, I have so many questions.

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Google shows off the Pixel 4's dual camera after leaks surface

Google just tweeted out a picture of the Pixel 4. It will have a dual camera and no fingerprint sensor on the back.

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The Opera GX browser is built for gamers with RAM and CPU limiters, RGB lighting, and Twitch

Opera has launched the Opera GX browser for gamers with RAM and CPU limiters, Twitch integration, and of course RGB lighting, among other features.

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Samsung Galaxy A50 vs Google Pixel 3a: Which mid-range shooter should you buy?

Samsung has launched the mid-range Galaxy A50 in the U.S. to take on the Google Pixel 3a, but which handset should you buy?

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Fitbit Charge 3 vs Inspire HR: Which advanced fitness tracker is right for you?

The Fitbit Charge 3 and Inspire HR trackers both offer smartwatch features with fitness and tracking and small grayscale screens. But which one is right for your wrist?

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