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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 review: Bigger, but better?

This week, Cliff and Adam look at the Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5. This is the second generation of Lenovo's convertible Chromebook. They loved the first generation which provided a great experience for a great price point. This time, the cost is higher, but there are some notable improvements as well. Adam's been using it for a few months now, and he's ready to share some thoughts.

Plus, we have a tech yeah item that is showing up in bedrooms around the world. Govee strip lights provide a lot of utility and value for a set of strip lights that can make your room look super slick. tests a busier homepage with a row of info cards (Ars Technica)

Google started off as a very clean search experience. It might be screwing that up now.

Jobfished: the con that tricked dozens into working for a fake design agency (BBC News)

A fake company hired and employed dozens of people around the world, and it never existed.

BlackBerry's latest revival attempt crashes before launch (Digital Trends)

So long Onward Mobility. Good try.

Amazon Astro, the home robot with wheels, is now in homes — and people are showing off what it can do (The Verge)

Ok, Amazon Astro is adorable…

Modding of Android games now possible thanks to BlueStacks (Android Authority)

Bluestacks is making it possible to mod Android apps.

Dish’s 5G network works well ‘when it works,’ but it’s still on track (The Verge)

Dish Network's cellular network is not so much a network as it is a collection of hotspots.

HTC aims to turn your carpool into a VR roller coaster (Digital Trends)

Turn your car into a VR roller coaster.

Motorola is back in the flagship game with a new Edge Plus (Digital Trends)

Moto is back to making flagships after taking a year off. Some good ideas here.

What Google Maps can tell us about the Russian invasion (Digital Trends)

Google Maps has been inadvertently tracking troop movements in Ukraine.

How Big Jet TV won the internet (Digital Trends)

When a storm hit London, it took every bit of a pilot's skill to land airplanes, and Big Jet TV was there to record it.

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