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Nintendo touts Super Mario Odyssey and SNES Classic sales, but not Super Mario Run

By Leif Johnson If you’ve been thinking that Nintendo is having a great year, its latest financial report proves you haven’t been wrong. We’ve already written about the sales of the new Nintendo Switch console, which have been so outstanding that the device is on track to overtake the lifetime sales of the Wii U…


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Aaxa M5 Mini Projector

By Mark Pickavance Projector designs often fall neatly into one of two camps: those that are offering portability, and others that can project enough light to be seen easily. Not that the boundary between those distinctions isn’t a bit flexible, and the Aaxa M5 is an example of a product that attempts to straddle both…


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Samsung CHG90 QLED Gaming Monitor

By Kevin Lee The popularity of ultra-wide monitors has risen to a fever pitch, and now Samsung has released the one super-duper, ultra-wide monitor to rule them all. The Samsung is CHG90 is a massive, 49-inch gaming monitor with an unheard of 32:9 aspect ratio that will envelop you in its curved display. This is…


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Apple releases iOS 11.1 with shiny new emojis

By Romain Dillet New emojis. Do you need to hear anything else? Apple just released an iOS update. iOS 11.1 is the first feature update for iOS 11. It adds a couple of new things, starting with dozens of new emojis. Apple already previewed some of the new emojis, but they are now available to…


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Alas, Astropad’s ‘Camera Button’ was too cool for Apple

By Darrell Etherington Astropad’s forthcoming Luna display adapter and software turns your iPad into a wireless, essentially lag-free monitor for your Mac – and the company wanted to make it even cooler by including a clever hack that turned the iPad’s mostly useless front-facing camera into a software button. But, unsurprisingly, Apple has nixed the…


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UsenetServer

By Mike Williams UsenetServer is a popular Usenet provider owned by UNS Holdings, the company behind Newshosting, Easynews and many other services. The UsenetServer website highlights some appealing features: 3,363 days retention, over 100,000 newsgroups and 99% completion. You only get a maximum of 20 connections, while others often give you 30, 40 or more.…


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The Xbox One X Review: Unboxing and tearing it down

By Matt Burns This is the Xbox One X. A full review is coming, but until then, here are some pics of the outside and inside of unassuming gaming machine. The case is passe and boring. Inside are the chips and bits of the most powerful gaming console to date and they look great. Read…


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iPhone X Impressions, Videos Are Out Early As Apple Takes Odd Release Strategy

More and more details of the iPhone X are turning up online after Apple sent out a few review units and invited a couple of YouTubers over its New York penthouse to take the handset out for a spin. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Latch touts first deliveries via NY Jet.com smart access tie-up

By Natasha Lomas In July b2b smart access startup Latch announced a partnership with ecommerce platform Jet.com to install 1,000 of its smart locks on residential apartment buildings in New York. It’s now announced the first “secure, unattended deliveries” enabled by the installations. Read More …read more Source:: TechCrunch Gadgets


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Essential Phone Update Improves Touch Response And Patches Up Security Vulnerabilities, But It’s Not Perfect

A new Essential Phone update improves the device’s touch response and patches up certain security vulnerabilities, among other things. Installing the update, however, might cause trouble for some users. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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12 neat hidden features in the iPhone X

By Romain Dillet With the iPhone X, Apple has had to rethink many of the iOS core gestures. The new device features a brand new design with a taller display, Face ID and no home button. If you plan on buying a new iPhone X, it’s going to take a while to get used to…


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12 neat hidden features in the iPhone X

By Romain Dillet With the iPhone X, Apple has had to rethink many of the iOS core gestures. The new device features a brand new design with a taller display, Face ID and no home button. If you plan on buying a new iPhone X, it’s going to take a while to get used to…


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New OnePlus 5T Render Shows Bezel-Less, Curved Glass Display, Rumored To Launch Nov. 16

The OnePlus 5T is almost there. With its Nov. 16 launch date edging nearer, leaks are starting to circulate online, one of them being a render shared by Evan Blass showing the device’s bezel-less display. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Review: The iPhone X Goes To Disneyland

By Matthew Panzarino Most iPhone reviews are done by technically savvy writers that put them through their paces locally or in a lab. But what if you took an iPhone to a place where millions of people travel every year and use the absolute crap out of it for several days straight? Read More …read…


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Microsoft will launch a Surface Pro with built-in LTE Advanced in December

By Frederic Lardinois Microsoft today announced that in December it will launch a Surface Pro with built-in LTE Advanced support to its business customers. Panos Panay, Microsoft’s corporate VP for Windows devices, made the announcement at the company’s Future Decoded event in London. In the announcement, Panay argues that as the global workforce evolves, being…


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