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Snap. Google Search hides a Thanos Easter egg.

Open the Google homepage and search for "Thanos". Then click on the Infinity Gauntlet that appears in the Supervillain Knowledge Graph map.


Wait. Galaxy Fold Review: Lots of Money for a Prototype

After a week with the Galaxy Fold, Christopher Velazco found much to love about his groundbreaking design. The only problem is that it comes with so many compromises that it came to the conclusion that "almost nobody should consider buying one". We could not afford the device for $ 1,980 without first testing a US production unit (our model was a European model), but as we found out a few hours later, this might not happen for a while.


There is nothing to see here. iFixit Downs Samsung Galaxys Folddown

Remember iFixit's cancellation of a Samsung Galaxy Fold pre-release? Great, forget it now. Samsung asked – via the "trusted partner" who provided the dispenser device – that iFixit stopped using it and voluntarily complied with the website. Of course, the Internet Archive is still there if you really want to remove the hinges of Fold, or you could wait for a new release date so that iFixit can buy a retail model and find out if and what is different.


Explains why E3 is skipped this year. Sony says its new PlayStation is more than a year away

Sony's Interactive Entertainment (SIE) arms have commented on the future of the PlayStation as there is no chance the successor to the PlayStation 4 will be available from now until April 2020 in the shops.


An alternative vision. The former Gmail designer creates a Chrome extension to delete the Inbox.

Michael Leggett has launched Simplify, a free Chrome extension designed to streamline your inbox. Simplify shifts all Gmail sidebar icons into separate drop-down and pull-up menus. It shifts the search function to a less prominent location and shifts core functions such as deletion to the top bar. It also eliminates color-coded labels and places the Create New Email button in the lower-right corner, where the new email window opens.


Select your next upgrade. These gaming laptops contain 9th generation Intel processors and the new NVIDIA hardware

It's the best time of year – if you like nanometers, clock speeds and laptop upgrades. Intel's 9th generation chips are on the market, and NVIDIA has unveiled its GTX 16 Series mobile GPUs to give your next laptop more power. We've put together all the new models, but it's worth paying attention to some interesting options, such as the improved Blazer series from Razer.

But wait, there's more …


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