Lilbits: Pixel Watch leak, a fan-powered smartphone gamepad and modular pocket laptop in development, and

The people behind the Brave web browser announced this week that they add a De-AMP feature that lets you bypass pages that use Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages. Now, privacy-centric search engine and web browser maker DuckDuckGo has announced that it is doing the same for its web browsers and browser extensions.

In other tech news from across the web, rumors of a Google Pixel Watch have been circulating for years, but the latest leaks indicate that a launch (or at least an official unveiling) could be imminent. Smartphone gaming accessory maker GameSir is funding a new controller with a built-in fan. And the folks behind the MNT Reform modular, open-top laptop are also working on a handheld version.

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