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If your August, Nest, and Hue home/away triggers aren't working with your new iPhone 11, here's a fix

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If your August, Nest, and Hue home/away triggers aren't working with your new iPhone 11, here's a fix

If your home/away triggers aren't working in iOS 13, you need to check your location settings.

AMD announces third-gen Threadripper, but confirms supply issues and delays Ryzen 3950X

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AMD announces third-gen Threadripper, but confirms supply issues and delays Ryzen 3950X

AMD announces a 3rd-gen Threadripper chip that's smaller than some had expected, and confirms that it's doubling down on producing more high-end Ryzen processors....

Here are all the Apple Arcade games that support controllers

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Here are all the Apple Arcade games that support controllers

You can play a ton of Apple Arcade games with popular controllers like the PlayStation 4's DualShock 4.

Hands on: BodyGuardz's portable video peephole could be perfect for apartment dwellers

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Hands on: BodyGuardz's portable video peephole could be perfect for apartment dwellers

Set to arrive in January, the $280 battery-powered Portable Over-Door Camera works with Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can install it in seconds, without tools....

HP buys Bromium to apply virtualization security to its PCs

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HP buys Bromium to apply virtualization security to its PCs

HP purchased Bromium, a company whose technology isolates downloaded files and browser tabs within secured virtual machines. HP already licenses Bromium technology,...

5 reasons to buy an Apple Watch Series 3 instead of Series 5 (and 3 reasons not to)

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5 reasons to buy an Apple Watch Series 3 instead of Series 5 (and 3 reasons not to)

The new Apple Watch Series 5 is on sale, but before you plunk down $400 or more to own one, consider the Series 3 first.

Astro C40 review: For those who think the Xbox Elite Controller just isn't premium enough

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Astro C40 review: For those who think the Xbox Elite Controller just isn't premium enough

Great battery life, reliable connectivity, durable build quality, trigger stops, grip buttons, and swappable stick layouts—the Astro C40 does it all. It's an excellent...

Acer Nitro 5 (2019) review: A great budget-conscious laptop, at least for the moment

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Acer Nitro 5 (2019) review: A great budget-conscious laptop, at least for the moment

Acer's Nitro 5 may age quickly with its entry-level hardware, but it's a great option for budget-minded buyers who enjoy light gaming and wouldn't mind upgrading...

Phiaton Curve BT120 NC review: A great value in noise-cancelling in-ear headphones

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Phiaton Curve BT120 NC review: A great value in noise-cancelling in-ear headphones

Decent active noise cancellation and great sound combine with a solid feature set and design to produce a high-value package.

Microsoft Windows 10 Insider build 18985 expands its simple Bluetooth pairing

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Microsoft Windows 10 Insider build 18985 expands its simple Bluetooth pairing

Microsoft announces Windows 10 Insider Build 18985 (20H1), which expands the simplified Bluetooth pairing first launched in the April 2018 Update, and beefs up optional...

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