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A Jonas Brothers documentary is coming to Amazon Prime Video

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While The Jonas Brothers are getting ready to hit the road for their comeback tour, cameras have been following them around for an Amazon Prime Video documentary. Fans will get an inside track on the siblings' life story as well as their "family's pe...

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Jeep preps plug-in hybrid versions of its Compass and Renegade SUVs

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Jeep isn't exactly synonymous with eco-friendly cars, but it's bent on changing that reputation. The 4x4 maker has unveiled plug-in hybrid versions of the 2020 Compass (below) and Renegade (above) crossover SUVs. Both meld a 1.3-liter conventional tu...

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Oppo's F11 Pro features 48-megapixel and pop-up selfie cameras

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Chinese electronics manufacturer Oppo announced today its latest smartphone, the F11 Pro. The company went all in on cameras with its new midrange handset. The F11 Pro is the latest smartphone to feature a 48-megapixel primary camera. As for the fron...

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SoundCloud finally offers student pricing for its paid music service

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SoundCloud has taken some steps to reform its paid streaming music services since a messy 2016 debut, but student pricing hasn't been part of it. You've paid $10 per month while your Spotify- and Apple Music-toting classmates shelled out half as muc...

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Russian 'sovereign internet' bill could give Putin his own Great Firewall

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A bill that's progressing through Russia's legislature could grant authorities deeper control over internet access. The so-called "Sovereign Internet" bill seeks to set up a centralized hub officials can use to manage the flow of information in the n...

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