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Eric Brackett Tech Times editor Eric Brackett is a tech junkie and a gamer, covering science and technology. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter for updates and his random thoughts on the latest trends in gaming, tech, and comic books.

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The Essential Phone Hits A Delay, But Andy Rubin Promises It's Coming In A 'Few Weeks'

Andy Rubin's Essential smartphone hit a few snags along the way, but its release date is almost upon us. Rubin has said the phone will ship within a few weeks.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 22, 2017

Users Claim Verizon Is Throttling Their Streaming Speeds On Netflix And YouTube

Is Verizon placing data caps on users who use Netflix and YouTube? Verizon says no, but some users have reported speed caps when accessing Netflix or YouTube.

Internet July 22, 2017

Here's How You Can Save $300 On An Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 Or S8+

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the best smartphones money can buy, and it goes even further. Here's how to save $300 on the S8 or S8 Plus.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 21, 2017

Lyft Is Now Working On Its Own Technology For Self-Driving Cars

Lyft has announced that it will begin work on technology for use in self-driving cars. Previously, the company said it would allow self-driving cars on its network, but would not develop the technology itself.

Car Tech July 21, 2017

Destiny 2 Hits Open Beta For PS4 And Xbox One Users

Destiny 2 has officially hit open beta for PS4 and Xbox One users. Here's what gamers can look forward to in Bungie's upcoming multiplayer shooter.

Video Games July 21, 2017

Twitter Has Updated Its Harassment Policies, But Are They Working?

Twitter says it is winning the war against harassment, but some are skeptical. What are Twitter's policies regarding online harassment and have they been effective?

Apps/Software July 21, 2017

Elon Musk Says He Has Verbal Approval To Begin Work On Hyperloop Train Tunnel From New York To DC

He's conquered space and electric cars, so what's Elon Musk's next step? Well, it looks like the billionaire will begin work on high-speed rail to connect two of America's largest cities.

Business Tech July 21, 2017

Microsoft Sees Strong Earnings This Quarter Thanks To The Cloud

This quarter has turned out to be a good one for Microsoft. The company's cloud and productivity divisions saw strong growth even though its personal computing departments were pulled down by lagging phone sales.

Microsoft July 21, 2017

Microsoft Confirms That Older PCs May Lose Windows 10 Support

Microsoft has confirmed that certain PCs may lose Windows 10 support as time goes on. The reason has to do with its Windows as a service policy.

Microsoft July 20, 2017

Pokémon GO: How To Unlock Legendary Pokémon Go Such As The Legendary Birds Or MewTwo

Legendary Pokémon are almost here. Here's what you need to know about unlocking and capturing these rare creatures.

Video Games July 20, 2017

How Much Plastic Has Humanity Produced? More Than 8.3 Billion Metric Tons

Humanity has literally produced more than a ton of plastic for every person alive today. On top of that, the majority of those end up in landfills or polluting the environment.

Earth/Environment July 20, 2017

New Study Indicates That Humans Lived Alongside Australia's Megafauna

A recently discovered collection of relics has revealed that people settled in Australia 20,000 years before they did in Europe. It was also discovered that humans lived alongside Australia's megafauna.

Ancient July 20, 2017

SpaceX Is Rethinking How It Will Get To Mars, But Elon Musk Still Wants A Lunar City

SpaceX's Elon Musk has said his company is having to rethink the landing systems for their Dragon spacecraft. Mars isn't out of the question, but first, he wants a base on the moon.

Space July 19, 2017

Bixby Voice Chat Is Now Available For U.S. Users. How Does It Compared To Siri And Google Assistant?

After several months of delays, the voice features of Bixby are finally available on the S8. How does Samsung's digital assistant compare those offered by Google and Apple?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 19, 2017

Google Introduces Feed, A News Stream Built Around Your Personal Interests

Today marks the end of Google Now and the beginning of the Feed. Google's personalized take on the news feed will make it easier for users to find stories of interest.

Google July 19, 2017

The Future Of The Note 7 Is The Recycling Bin

Samsung has announced that it will begin recycling components from the recalled Note 7 devices. The company expects this to reduce the environmental impact of the recall.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 18, 2017

Google Glass Is Back With An Eye Toward Business

After a lackluster initial launch, Google Glass is back. This time, the company is setting its sight on business enterprises with the Google Glass Enterprise edition.

Wearable Tech July 18, 2017

Netflix's High Subscriber Numbers Has Sent Its Stock Soaring

Netflix has released its new subscriber numbers and things are looking good for the world's most popular streaming service. The streaming service's stock has risen by 18 percent.

Internet July 18, 2017

We've Got Our First Look At Atari's New Console And It's Weird

We've finally got our first look at Atari's newest video game console, the Ataribox. The upcoming retro console will play both classic and modern games.

Video Games July 17, 2017

Amazon's Alexa Is Now Available For HTC's U11. How Does It Compare To Other Digital Assistants?

Amazon's Alexa has arrived on the HTC U11 smartphone. What does the new digital assistant bring to the table in comparison to other digital assistants?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 17, 2017

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