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Google Offering Some Pixel And Pixel XL Customers Free $50 Google Play Credit

Google is facing delays in shipping its new Pixel and Pixel XL to customers, as sales have exceeded expecations. Some customers are receiving emails with an apology and $50 Google Play credit. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Jumper EZBook 2

By Desire Athow In the world of technology lookalikes, the Jumper EZBook 2 is probably the one that comes the closest to the original masterpiece. Let’s not muck about, this is an almost perfect copy of Apple’s ground-breaking MacBook Air, more specifically the 13-inch model, but it’s available for a fraction of the price. The…


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Narrative lifelogging gets a stay of execution as the company considers restarting production

By Brian Heater This was certainly unexpected. For any number of reasons. A day before the planned shutdown of cloud-based storage service, lifelogging startup Narrative — or, rather, a group of former employees – has snatched itself from the jaws of death. In an email sent to Narrative users, the company announced the launch of…


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Piccolissimo joins the ranks of ultra-tiny flying robots

By Devin Coldewey Big robots like Spot may be great for carrying things or trotting out onto stages, but just as much sophisticated engineering goes into creating tiny ones as well — and this little flyer from the University of Pennsylvania is one the tiniest yet. Read More …read more Source:: TechCrunch Gadgets


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Steam actually ran out of a game this weekend – here’s what happened

By Nick Pino It’s a problem most of us remember: You go to the game store, eager to pick up this week’s release only to be devastated to learn that the store has utterly sold through all their copes. Disappointment ensues and mom has to buy you an ice cream cone. This is what a…


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This All-Singing, All-Dancing Canon Printer Lets You Print From An App With Ease

By Tech Radar There are so many printers on the market nowadays that it can be hard to figure out which to buy for your home. You don’t need constant, industrial-powered printing, but at the same time you want it to be smart enough to scan, copy and connect to your phone, if needs be.…


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iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Wait Time And Availability Update: Some Extend Into Holiday Season

Apple released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September and customers are facing long wait times on certain models. Here’s an update on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus ship dates from Apple. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Pre-Black Friday deals: Sony PS4, cheap laptops, games and more

By Brendan Griffiths As Black Friday gets ever closer we’re starting to see a few retailers unleash some super cheap deals already. Hey, we’re not complaining, why put all your eggs in one basket after all? So every day, our team of Deal Hunters will scour the net to find any standout tech, gadget and…


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New Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 Issue: Samsung Keyboard Malfunctioning In Stock Email App

Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge owners are experiencing issues with the Samsung Keyboard on the stock email app. What can affected users do to solve the problem? …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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More info on Microsoft’s partner VR headsets coming in December

By Darrell Etherington Microsoft revealed that partners including Asus, Dell, Lenovo and others are going to be building VR headsets for use with the Windows 10 creators update, and that these would start at $299, but we don’t know much beyond that about this third party-supported push into Windows VR. Microsoft told Polygon we’ll find…


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Samsung’s new startups include a wearable 360 cam and a humming app

By Darrell Etherington Samsung continues its in-house startup incubator program, called “C-Lab,” which encourages employees to build their own business and spin them out as startups on occasion. Previous C-Lab standouts include the Welt, a smart belt with health tracking features, and a new crop of six C-Lab projects includes similarly out-there concepts. This batch…


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OnePlus 4 vs. OnePlus 3: Why Specs Rumors Make OnePlus Fans Excited To Own The Upcoming Flagship Successor

OnePlus has manufactured affordable, powerful and good-looking smartphones before, but the company aims to double down with the upcoming OnePlus 4. Check out the rumored specs for the OnePlus 4 and see how they compare with the OnePlus 3. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Verizon Offering Pixel And Pixel XL Customers Up To $400 For Old Smartphone Trade-In

Verizon is now offering new and current customers a sweet deal on Google’s new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. The carrier is offering new customers a credit of up to $400 and current customers up to $300 when trading in their current smartphone for Google’s new devices. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Best 2-In-1 Laptops 2016: Microsoft Surface Book vs. Lenovo Yoga 910 vs. HP Spectre X360 15t

When it comes down to computers with Windows 10, 2-in-1 laptops are all the rave. They have taken the market by storm due to the success of the Surface products, and now we have the option of picking between the many good ones. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Why Black Friday is the perfect time to pick up the games you haven’t played yet

By Gerald Lynch Whether you’re playing on PS4, Xbox One or PC, games don’t come cheaply these days. You’re left weighing up the cost-to-enjoyment ratio more than you would, say, a cinema ticket, so it often feels a bit dicier when picking up anything but the triple-AAA, 5-star games. Which is a real shame! They…


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