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Google Pixel 4, Pixel 3 or Pixel 3A: Should you upgrade?
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Google’s Pixel 4 and 4 XL are here at last, after a mountain of leaks. Preorders are beginning today, and the actual phones ship in just over a week. So let’s assume your heart is set on a new Pixel phone, and you’re not willing to wait for the reviews. Should you upgrade based on specs alone? And if so, to which?

The choice isn’t quite as easy as “big” or “small” because Google’s new phones are expensive, at $799 and up — and because the excellent Pixel 3 and Pixel 3A are still sticking around for hundreds of dollars cheaper.

Here’s the full lineup as of today:

  • Pixel 4: $799 for 64GB, $899 for 128GB
  • Pixel 4 XL: $899 for 64GB, $999 for 128GB
  • Pixel 3: $499 for 64GB, $599 for 128GB
  • Pixel 3 XL: $599 for 64GB
  • Pixel 3A: $399 for 64GB
  • P…

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Instagram’s latest security feature lets you better manage third-party app permissions
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Instagram has added a new feature for users to control the data they’re sharing with third-party apps. In the tab of its ever-growing hamburger icon, you can navigate to Settings –> Security –> Apps and Websites to see which third-party services have access to your data. From there, users can look at active and expired authorized apps, which may have had access to data like profile information, your username, account type, captions, and photos.

With a growing number of companies, like photo-printing services and website-building platforms, that ask to import photos from Instagram, it can be hard to keep track of which apps have access to your Instagram account. To make the process clearer, Instagram is introducing a new authorization…

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