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Apple now offers next-day MacBook keyboard replacements in-store

In an attempt to apologise for the embarrassment caused by its faulty butterfly keyboard designs, Apple introduced a free replacement program for nine affected models. An internal memo shows that the company is still trying to make amends, as Apple significantly cuts down turnaround time by handling replacements in-store. Apple …

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After many years, BBM is shutting down for good

Since it acquired the license in 2016, Indonesian company Emtek has struggled to keep BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) relevant against a myriad of competition. The developer is now cutting its losses, permanently shutting the door on its commercial service next month. Emtek was dealt a poor hand when licensing BBM, as …

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Briony goes POSTAL – and cuts up GAMING CHAIRS!

Briony has reviewed a lot of gaming chairs in her time with KitGuru and she has always wanted to see what was inside them. She wanted to cut up her OWN 18 month old Noblechair - and we asked Noblechairs if they would like to come along when we cut the hell out of it with a stanley knife. They said 'sure no problem' we will bring you a new one too and watch you cut it up. We also bought a no name 'cheap' gaming chair from Amazon - just to see if there was any difference at all. Is it all a CON?

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The OnePlus 7 Pro could sport a 90Hz Super AMOLED display

Leaks surrounding the OnePlus 7 series have ramped up over the past week, painting a vivid picture of the upcoming ‘flagship killers’. It doesn’t seem as though the rumour mill is slowing down however, as even more information has come to light surrounding the Pro model. While it is believed …

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OnePlus 7 leaks flood in ahead of reported May 14 launch

An abundance of leaks is almost customary at this point, as OnePlus reportedly gears up for the release of its next flagship smartphone next month. Rumours are suggesting that there will be three devices in the OnePlus 7 line-up, a first for the company that casts doubt on the iterative …

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