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This ultra-cute tiny PS4 controller is a great option for children and the small-handed

By Devin Coldewey If you like playing console games with the younger generation, you may have come across the issue of their tiny hands being unable to perform certain combos, reach certain buttons easily, and so on. While this makes them satisfying opponents, it might be better if they had a controller more suited to…


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Sony’s PS4 Mini Wired Gamepad looks to win with kids this Christmas season

By Leif Johnson Mini gaming devices are becoming all the rage these days, thanks to the success of devices like the SNES Classic Mini. Not to be outdone, Sony has announced a new Mini Wired Gamepad for the PS4 that’s specifically aimed at kids. Well, kids and people with smaller hands. Just don’t get the…


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TerraMaster F2-220 NAS

By Mark Pickavance TerraMaster is a brand of Noontec, a company that primarily sells headphones. However, in the electronics game diversification is key, and with TerraMaster the company has plunged into the personal and small business NAS market with both feet. The F2-220 is one of twelve NAS products the firm makes ranging from single…


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Garmin’s new Vivosport is an ideal lightweight smart activity tracker

By Darrell Etherington If you’re looking to get pretty much all the benefits of a smartwatch without a watch, and to track your activity and sport performance with tools that are more than up to the task, Garmin’s Vivosport is a strong option, with a price tag that comes in well under that of most…


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The Sonos One offers all that wireless speaker goodness with a side of Alexa

By John Biggs There isn’t much to say about the new Sonos One that hasn’t been said about Sonos already. The company has long been the gold standard in wireless whole-home audio and their speakers, while small, are powerful and more than usable for music, home entertainment, and general merriment. So how do you make…


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MysteryVibe’s Stephanie Alys talks about a pleasurable future

By John Biggs The MysteryVibe is a snake-shaped vibrator that took the Internet by storm and is still going strong. This week I talked to the co-founder of the company, Stephanie Alys, about the future of pleasure and sextoys. It’s safe to say that this episode of Technotopia is a little NSFW. The future, suggests…


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CNN gets a first-of-its-kind waiver to fly drones over crowds

By Darrell Etherington CNN has won an interesting waiver regarding its commercial drone operating license with the FAA – an exemption that allows it to fly its Vantage Robotics Snap drone over open-air crowds of people at altitudes of up to 150 feet. This is a new precedent in this kind of waiver: Previous exemptions…


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The ZTE Axon M Is Trying To Make Foldable Dual-Screen Phones Happen: Take A Look

Meet the ZTE Axon M, just a typical smartphone with a not-so-typical two-screen setup. With this foldable smartphone, ZTE hopes to make a splash in the increasingly boring smartphone landscape, but can it? …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Pixel 2 Has A Hidden Image Processor Called The Pixel Visual Core

Google has just revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL has Pixel Visual Core under the hood, which is a stand-alone image processor that can take the phones’ smartphone photography game to new heights. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Lego’s official ‘Women of NASA’ set goes on sale November 1

By Darrell Etherington Lego has a new set that originated by a member of its Lego Ideas fan-sourced creation platform: The Women of NASA, a package that includes NASA pioneers Nancy Grace Roman, Margeret Hamilton, Sally Ride and Mae Jamison, as well as a space shuttle model, the Hubble telescope and display stands for all.…


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Bento Stack is a bento box for your Apple accessories

By Fitz Tepper The only thing I hate more than schlepping around electronics is schlepping around accessories and dongles for those electronics. And even when I’m not traveling it’s still hard to organize everything in one place and resist the temptation to just throw all my cables into a drawer. Which is exactly why my…


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Amazon adds loads more branded Dash buttons in UK

By Natasha Lomas Amazon has doubled the total selection of branded Dash buttons available to UK members of its Prime subscription service, just over a year after launching the push-button wi-fi gizmos that let people reorder a specific product via its ecommerce marketplace by pushing the button. Read More …read more Source:: TechCrunch Gadgets


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The PlayStation Store has some frightfully good deals for Halloween

By Emma Boyle It’s October. The month of cold weather, warm clothing, pumpkin spiced everything and, most importantly, Halloween. This year, PlayStation is getting into the spirit of the occasion with its Sale of the Dead event on the PlayStation Store. As you’d expect, this is a sale on horror games and there are pages…


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Sonos One review

By Jon Porter When Amazon first released the Amazon Echo, the speaker that kick-started the voice assistant revolution in the home, there were two main criticisms that people levelled at the new device. The first were centered around Alexa, the voice assistant powering the device. As an entirely new service, Alexa launched with pretty limited…


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Star Wars game development could be in jeopardy with Visceral Games closure

By Nick Pino Star Wars games, especially those of the ambitious variety, are no strangers to development hell – the term that audiences and developers give games that are in limbo with on again/ off again production schedules and indefinite ‘TBA’ release dates. It happened to Star Wars 1313, a cancelled action-adventure game from now-defunct…


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