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Google’s .New Feature Makes Starting a Doc or Spreadsheet a Little Less Soul-Sucking

If you’ve long been a user of Google Docs, Google Sheets, or any other various G Suite tools, you may be familiar with the semi-arduous process of navigating to a document, sheet, form, or other file every time you need to start a new one. On the scale of things to find incredibly annoying, taking three extra seconds to open a new spreadsheet is pretty small potatoes. Even still, Google has kindly eliminated this multi-step process with the announcement of its recently unveiled “.new” domains. Read More >>

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Moto X 2014 Hands On: Better, Smarter, Bigger

Here at last! The Moto X was one of our favourite phones from last year, and now the sequel is here. It's called... the Moto X. Guess the X+1 thing was just a codename. Labels aside, we've spent a good half day with the new Moto X, and so far it lives up to the lofty promise of its name. Read More >>

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Moto G (2014) Hands On: Bigger Bang For Slightly More Buck

Guess what Motorola's top-selling phone of all time is? Nope, it's not the Razr, it's last year's Moto G. For £89 off-contract, it was a hell of a lot of phone. Well, the 2014 model is here, and it's bigger and better, and it costs just a smidge more. Ok, £56 more. Read More >>

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The New Xbox Will Probably Arrive This E3

It seems that everything is aligning for the launch of the next generation Xbox at E3 2013. We knew that the rumours are piling on. Then someone told us that the Xbox buildings at Microsoft's campus are on lock down. And now we know that Xboxmeister Major Nelson is very excited about E3. Read More >>

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Confidential Images of Apple’s New Spaceship Interior Leaked

We already saw plenty of exterior images of Apple's new headquarters, which look like a giant spaceship or a spaceport. But these confidential interior images—obtained by 9to5mac's Élyse Betters—truly show the scale of this place. Look at the size of that glass wall! Read More >>

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What’s That Mysterious Metal Square On the Top of the iPhone 5?

According to rumourmongers, this allegedly leaked iPhone part supposedly shows a Near Field Communication (NFC) antenna that would work with iOS 6's passbook to turn your iPhone into a digital wallet. But is it really? Read More >>

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Is This Apple’s New iPhone Dock Connector?

Could this be Apple's new iPhone connector? Except for the fact that French site Nowhereelse has a terribly poor reputation, I don't see why not. They seem real parts, not photoshopped, and the size seems to be the right one. Read More >>

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Apple’s Next iPhone Home Page Will Probably Look Like This

Get used to this. Come October, it could be Apple's home page for the entire winter. Gizmodo reader Martin Hajek has rendered new images of the new iPhone 2012 — or iPhone 5, or, most probably just iPhone — to make it look like bona fide Apple eye candy. Read More >>

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How To Use Android

Android is awesome and powerful, but it has, shall we say, a learning curve. That scares some people away. After all, iOS is so intuitive that babies can use it. Literally. But you're not a baby. Read More >>

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Does the New iPad Have Wi-Fi Reception Problems?

Users are reporting new problems with the new iPad: the Wi-Fi seems to be a lot weaker than the iPad 2, the iPhone or MacBooks, according to numerous reports on AppleCare support thread. Could this be another antennagate? Have you experienced the same? Read More >>

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iPad Test Notes: Speed (Versus Tegra 3)

Apple made some bold claims about its new A5X chip, claiming it would give a 4x graphical boost over Nvidia's Tegra 3. At the same time, the Tegra 3 is a powerhouse of computational processing. So lets put 'em to the test. Read More >>

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Every New York Time Lapse Fused Into One

This is beautiful, like an animated Monet painting of New York City. Our very own Matt Toder had this simple but amazing idea: to take every single cool NYC time lapse and layer them together into one single video. Read More >>