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iPhone 8 to drop Lightning connector in favour of USB-C port, making everyone buy new accessories, claims report
It's the second controversial port change in as many years
Tue 28 Feb 17 from The Independent
Boston Dynamics has officially unveiled its latest robot after footage leaked earlier in February showing the new design. Known as "Handle" the new research robot incorporates elements ...
Mon 27 Feb 17 from Gizmag
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