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Get ready for a new look on Twitter's desktop website.
The latest version has already started rolling out across the world, and will offer a number of notable changes in functionality and layout.
Shortcuts like home and moments will appear on the left side, and the site's explore tab will include curated hashtags and tweets.
Along with more live video and personalized content.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 has arrived and it's built for speed, just in time for the kickoff rollout of 5G.
The new chip also promises 15% faster graphics and a CPU clock speed of 2.96 GHz.
The previous version of the chip maxed out a 2.84.
ASUS will be the first company to make use of the new processor, debuting it in the company's ROG phone 2. The Amazon Prime Day is in full swing ending later today.
For the absolute best deals around, be sure to read CNET's continuously updated coverage of Amazon Prime Day 2019.
Lightning deals and limited time sales are constantly kicking off.
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