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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

Cliff Gets the Stadia Bug

Covid-19 has affected all of our lives, so this week we sit down with Mark Beeston from Vioguard. Vioguard is using UV-C rays to de-grossify your phone and keys and everything else with the Cubby Plus. Then Cliff finally caved under the mountain of please-try stadia offers that were piling on top of him, so we’ve got his review of Google’s streaming game service.

Seven “no-log” VPNs were found to not only be logging user activity, but then they exposed 1.2 terabytes of those logs to the public internet.

Great, so now hackers can melt your phone using the power brick.

The LG Velvet is here in the US and here in the Benefit of the Doud labs as well. It's available on AT&T to start at $599

The OnePlus Nord is official, though not in the US, so just what the heck?

Motorola announced the Moto Edge, midrange version of the Moto Edge+ from earlier this year.

Ahead of Unpacked, Samsung dropped the Galaxy Z Flip 5G with a Snapdragon 865+ processor and, well, 5G.

Reviews for the ASUS ROG phone 3 have started to drop and it's pretty impressive.

You can now - FINALLY - watch Netflix on your Google or Nest branded smart screen. Suck it, Alexa.

The New York Times has agreed to purchase the production company behind Serial and wow.

Floodlines is the podcast I referenced during the Serial story. It's a great podcast. Check it out!

Walmart will close all of its stores on Thanksgiving this year, instead of launching early Black Friday deals.



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