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Gmail will now remind you to respond →

When your inbox is flooded with emails, some will inevitably slip through the cracks. Luckily, the new Gmail can help. It will now “nudge”... — gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com

I need this.

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John Legend is one of six new Google Assistant voices →

Google unveils six new AI-generated voices for Assistant — engadget.com

My google assistant is male and Flo’s is female, and I can’t figure out how I’d change it from one to the other. Maybe with the new voices I’ll get an option I can set?

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Mounted cop pulls someone over. This is kinda badass.

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Hole

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Plane travelling from Medicine Hat to Calgary makes emergency landing on 36 Street NE →

A private aircraft made an emergency landing on a northeast roadway on Wednesday morning after the dual prop plane experienced engine trouble. — calgary.ctvnews.ca

Well this is crazy.

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7 Chromecast Apps and Games You Aren't Using But Should Be →

The Chromecast—that’s a dongle for getting movies and shows and maybe a bit of music up on your big screen, right? Well, yes, but there’s much more you can do with your Chromecast. All kinds of apps and games can benefit from the extra screen space—not just Plex and Netflix. — David Nield, fieldguide.gizmodo.com
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Gemini PDA review: We’ve come a long way since keyboards →

The Gemini probably isn't the start of the PDA revival. — engadget.com

I owned a Psion Series 5. Not sure I need another one, even if it does have internals that are a bit beefier.

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Relive the '90s With This Original File Manager Port for Windows 10 →

Personal computers have come a long way since the 1990s. We’re not too interested in reliving the limited, early days of Windows software, but if you’re feeling nostalgic, Microsoft just released an old version of its original File Manager that you can now run on your present-day computer. — Jacob Kleinman, lifehacker.com

Interesting

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Give Your MacBook Touchscreen Controls For Just $1 Worth of Gear →

Apple still refuses to release a touchscreen MacBook (no, the Touch Bar doesn’t count), but one group of developers have come up with a clever solution. Using some impressive AI software and about a buck’s worth of hardware, the team was able to bring rudimentary touchscreen controls to an Apple laptop. — Jacob Kleinman, lifehacker.com

I don’t have a macbook, but this is really interesting.

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Common products with little known uses (16 Photos) →

(Via /r/AskReddit) — thechive.com

I’m pleased to say I knew most of these already, but there were some gems in here for sure. Check it out!

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