Samsung Gear S3 gets major update
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Samsung Gear S3 gets major update

Samsung has released a new software update for its Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch, this update is a major update which adds a range of new features to the…

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Arduino controlled carbon fiber filament winder creates DIY bike frames
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Arduino controlled carbon fiber filament winder creates DIY bike frames

If you are considering building your very own bicycle and would prefer not to buy an off-the-shelf frame, you may be interested in a new Arduino controlled carbon…

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WhatsApp combating Fake News by limiting message forwarding
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WhatsApp combating Fake News by limiting message forwarding

Facebook has been trying to combat fake news on its platform, the company also owns WhatsApp and they have now introduced a new feature to try and stop…

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High Five 5in1 keyring charging cable
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High Five 5in1 keyring charging cable

If you are searching for a versatile charging table the new 5in1 High Five keyring charging cable might be worth more investigation. Now available to back via Kickstarter…

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2019 Stylophone Gen R-8 launches next month
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2019 Stylophone Gen R-8 launches next month

At this months NAMM 2019 music exhibition and conference the new 2019 Stylophone Gen R-8 synthesiser will be showcased and will be officially launching next month during February…

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Crimson Canyon NUC mini PC readies for launch
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Crimson Canyon NUC mini PC readies for launch

Very soon Intel is expected to make available its new Crimson Canyon NUC mini PC systems which combines the company’s first 10 nm Core processor, and AMD Radeon…

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China Sprouts Cotton On The Moon
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China Sprouts Cotton On The Moon

China recently sent up a Moon lander which is going to collect data and conduct experiments on the lunar surface. Things are already paying off. It has conducted…

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Handmade 5.6mm Hemingway Clutch Pencil from £42
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Handmade 5.6mm Hemingway Clutch Pencil from £42

Designer Nicholas Hemingway has taken to Kickstarter for the 11th time to launch his new handmade 5.6 mm clutch pencil finished in reclaimed ebony. Offering a sustainable design…

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Samsung Galaxy A8s could land in South Korea this month
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Samsung Galaxy A8s could land in South Korea this month

The Samsung Galaxy A8s is currently available in China, although the handset is also launching in more countries, one of those is Samsung’s home country of South Korea.…

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Ranger backpack and Roam Field canvas and leather bags
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Ranger backpack and Roam Field canvas and leather bags

Ridgemont has created a new range of bags in the form of the Ranger backpack and the Roam field bag, both of which have been crafted from waxed…

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Law Firm Cyber Security: The Threat Landscape and What You Can Do to Manage the Risks
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Law Firm Cyber Security: The Threat Landscape and What You Can Do to Manage the Risks

Federal Express, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Merck, Yahoo. Every week, it seems, brings news of a major cyber attack. Law firms, too, have been squarely in the…

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DuckDuckGo is now using Apple Maps
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DuckDuckGo is now using Apple Maps

The popular privacy focused search engine DuckDuckGo has announced that they are now using Apple Maps. The company has revealed that they are using the Apple MaapKit JS…

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Samsung wins an environmental protection award for recycling
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Samsung wins an environmental protection award for recycling

Samsung has announced that it has won an environmental protection award for recycling, the company launched a new recycling program in Russia in 2010. Samsung has been collection…

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Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote lands in the UK
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Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote lands in the UK

Amazon has announced that the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote is now available to order on the UK, the device now comes with the updated…

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Pay What You Want: The Python Master Class Bundle
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Pay What You Want: The Python Master Class Bundle

We have a great deal on the Pay What You Want: The Python Master Class Bundle  in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store today,y. You decide exactly how much…

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Apple’s new iPhone battery cases shown off on video
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Apple’s new iPhone battery cases shown off on video

Apple recently launched their new iPhone battery cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. These new cases are designed to give you signifcantly longer…

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ESCALA scale ruler and fountain pen set
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ESCALA scale ruler and fountain pen set

Architects, engineers, and designers that to use metric and imperial scales may be interested in a new fountain pen and scale ruler set created by ENSSO based in…

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Anonymous Yet Trustworthy
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Anonymous Yet Trustworthy

Minority and dissident communities face a perplexing challenge in countries with authoritarian governments. They need to remain anonymous to avoid persecution, but also must establish a trustworthy identity…

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New Features of Scratch 3.0 block-based programming language
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New Features of Scratch 3.0 block-based programming language

In an interview with Mitchel Resnick, who leads the group at MIT that develops Scratch, Amanda Sandler, CS First Program Manager asked Mitchell to explain main new features…

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LG gets more than 140 awards at this years CES
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LG gets more than 140 awards at this years CES

It would appear that LG has done well at this years Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company has announced that it has received more than 140…

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NVIDIA FreeSync adaptive sync performance tested
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NVIDIA FreeSync adaptive sync performance tested

During CES 2019 this year NVIDIA announced that their graphics cards now support AMD FreeSync monitors thanks to an update to the latest GeForce drivers. If you are…

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Google is buying smartwatch Technology from Fossil for $40 million
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Google is buying smartwatch Technology from Fossil for $40 million

Google is buying some new smartwatch technology from the Fossil Group, the two companies have revealed that the deal is worth $40 million. Part of the team from…

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Sony D10 linear portable audio recorder $500
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Sony D10 linear portable audio recorder $500

Sony has today announced they will be launching a new portable digital audio recorder during the spring 2019 months in the form of the Sony D10 Linear PCM-Recorder…

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Flypack a versatile travel briefcase from $98
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Flypack a versatile travel briefcase from $98

A new lightweight travel briefcase has been launched via Kickstarter this week in the form of the Flypack. Pledges are now available from CAD$130 or roughly £76 and worldwide…

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Free tools empower public in bid for online privacy
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Free tools empower public in bid for online privacy

Protecting personal information while surfing the web or using apps is a concern for many of us and successfully shielding such data can be a struggle. To tackle…

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Improve Your Business Using Safety Management System Software
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Improve Your Business Using Safety Management System Software

To make your more business profitable and enhance the safety of employees, it is necessary to employ the use of a reliable safety management system software. There are…

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How Security Orchestration Is a Total Game Changer in the world of IT
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How Security Orchestration Is a Total Game Changer in the world of IT

In the era of the millennials, we get to witness technology at its peak. While there are multitudinous beneficial impacts that come with it, there is also the…

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Microsoft will spend $500 million to help solve Seattle housing crisis
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Microsoft will spend $500 million to help solve Seattle housing crisis

Microsoft has announced that it is pledging $500 million to help solve the Seattle housing crisis, which was created by tech companies in the area as they are…

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Facebook removes another 512 fake accounts with links to Russia
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Facebook removes another 512 fake accounts with links to Russia

Facebook has been removing fake accounts from its platform after it was discovered that they wer used to interfere with the US elections. The social network has revealed…

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Wireframe games magazine issue 5 now available
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Wireframe games magazine issue 5 now available

The Raspberry Pi Foundation and publisher Pi Press has today made available the 5th Wireframe games magazine, providing more insight onto how games are built and function. In…

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KEEPER Stops your deliveries being stolen from your doorstep
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KEEPER Stops your deliveries being stolen from your doorstep

KEEPER is a new DIY kit that allows you to build your very own home automatic recipient machine or ARM. Enabling you to receive deliveries from online services…

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Nixie Clock VIII kit from $55
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Nixie Clock VIII kit from $55

Serial Kickstarter entrepreneur Howard Constantine has returned once again to Kickstarter to launches 19th campaign to date announcing the availability to back his new 8th Generation Nixie Clock…

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Omnicharge Omni Mobile Series
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Omnicharge Omni Mobile Series

Omnicharge has launched its fourth crowdfunding campaign this month making available its new Omni Mobile series of charges which are available in capacities from 3,200 mAh up to…

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Scientists though of a way to make more affordable walking robots
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Scientists though of a way to make more affordable walking robots

We‘ve been promised robot assistants long time ago. These electronic butlers are going to be in every house making sandwiches on demand. Of course, walking robots will be…

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UW, partners reach milestone in program using robots to monitor world’s oceans
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UW, partners reach milestone in program using robots to monitor world’s oceans

Around the planet’s oceans, nearly 4,000 floats — many of them built at the University of Washington — are plunging up and down, collecting and transmitting observations of…

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Cloud Trend 2019 and Future: Security Tops Watch List!
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Cloud Trend 2019 and Future: Security Tops Watch List!

Cloud technology is growing in popularity in the today’s IT market, majorly because of its budget-friendly options and minimal physical infrastructure requirements. The cloud market witnessed its new…

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Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Remote lands in the UK
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Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Remote lands in the UK

Amazon has announced that the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Remote is now available to order on the UK, the device now comes with the updated remote.…

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Nike Adapt BB sneaker works with your smartphone (Video)
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Nike Adapt BB sneaker works with your smartphone (Video)

Nike has unveiled a new sneaker for basketball that is designed to work with your smartphone, the Nike Adapt BB. The Nike Adapt BB comes with a power…

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Mozilla is closing its Test Pilot Program
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Mozilla is closing its Test Pilot Program

Mozilla has announced that it is closing its Test Pilot Program, the company launched the program three years ago. The company has announced that they are moving to…

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Ineyes pocket USB vacuum
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Ineyes pocket USB vacuum

Artists searching for an easy way to clear away eraser bits from their working environment may be interested in a new pocket USB vacuum which offers a strong…

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Origem HS-3 HDR enabled wireless earbuds launched on Indiegogo
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Origem HS-3 HDR enabled wireless earbuds launched on Indiegogo

If you are in the market for a pair of wireless earbuds you may be interested in the new HDR enabled HS-3 earbuds created by Origem. The new…

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Perigon II Smart dash camera and mirror features dual cameras
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Perigon II Smart dash camera and mirror features dual cameras

Perigon Automotive Technology has launched its second generation vehicle smart mirror and dash camera in the form of the aptly named Perigon II which is equipped with a…

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How to Fix the File Cannot Be Accessed by the System Error
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How to Fix the File Cannot Be Accessed by the System Error

According to Google search results, error saying that the file cannot be accessed by the system has become a long-known problem to many computer users. These errors can…

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A new app helps protecting sensitive information from shady border control agents
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A new app helps protecting sensitive information from shady border control agents

Let us guess – your smartphone is filled with sensitive personal information. It is not even that much of a guess – every smartphone nowadays has conversations, passwords,…

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The most liked picture on Instagram is an egg
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The most liked picture on Instagram is an egg

People make a lot out of how many likes their pictures get on Instagram, especially celebrities. People like Kylie Jenner. Now Jenner’s claim of having the most liked…

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Valve confirms new Steam improvements arriving in 2019
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Valve confirms new Steam improvements arriving in 2019

Valve has this week confirmed new improvements it will be rolling out to its Steam games network during 2019. Valve also announced a few interesting statistics confirming that…

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Bicycle kinetic energy recovery system
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Bicycle kinetic energy recovery system

Developer Julian Eyre based in the United Kingdom has created a new bicycle kinetic energy recovery system aptly named BiKERS. Designed to help provide assistance to riders by…

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EyeQue VisionCheck automated home eye test
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EyeQue VisionCheck automated home eye test

EyeQue VisionCheck has created a new device that allows users to carry out a home eye test. EyeQue VisionCheck is a refractometer that measures your refractive error, i.e.…

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Bocco Emo robot relays the emotional context of messages
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Bocco Emo robot relays the emotional context of messages

During CES 2019 a new friendly companion robot was unveiled in the form of BOCCO emo, created by the Japanese company YUKAI. BOCCO emo has been designed to…

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HB-V70 smart wireless headphones
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HB-V70 smart wireless headphones

DJ Direct has created a new pair of smart wireless headphones in the form of the multifunction HB-V70 which offer an open ear control to stay aware of…

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University of Oregon emerges as a leader in the growing edutech field
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University of Oregon emerges as a leader in the growing edutech field

It’s no secret that College of Education faculty members and alums are leaders across a wide range of disciplines. Whether it’s STEM, obesity prevention or bilingual education, college…

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Atraxa VR motion controllers
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Atraxa VR motion controllers

This month Northern Digital has been revealing more details about their new reference design virtual reality motion controller which takes the form of the Atraxa. The team from…

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First ever UK Scratch Conference announced for August 2019
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First ever UK Scratch Conference announced for August 2019

If you enjoy using the Scratch block-based programming language or would like to learn more about the coding language, which is now in its third version Scratch 3.0.…

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MUJA gaming touchpad sticks to the back of your smartphone
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MUJA gaming touchpad sticks to the back of your smartphone

HandScape has created a new smartphone controller specifically designed for mobile gaming which neatly attaches to the back of your smartphone and allows you to enjoy extra control…

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Shield hardshell backpack from $98
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Shield hardshell backpack from $98

A new hardshell backpack has launched via Kickstarter this month in the form of the aptly named Shield, which has been designed to provide users with a multipurpose…

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Platinum 78 slimline minimalist wallet
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Platinum 78 slimline minimalist wallet

If you are in the market for a next-generation slimline wallet you might be interested in the Platinum 78 created by designer Taylor Robinson. The Platinum 78 wallet…

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Amazon has sold more than 100 million Alexa devices
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Amazon has sold more than 100 million Alexa devices

Amazon has been ahead of rivals like Apple and Google with their Alexa virtual assistant enabled devices for some time and now the company has revealed how many…

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New LG Signature OLED TV R features  rollable display(Video)
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New LG Signature OLED TV R features rollable display(Video)

LG has unveiled their new rollable TV at this years CES, the LG Signature OLED TV R and this is one of the coolest TVs we have seen…

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Smart Instant Pot is getting Google Assistant support
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Smart Instant Pot is getting Google Assistant support

The Instant Pot is a popular multicooker that can do some amazing cooking in the kitchen. There’s even a smart version with 13 programs. This device is getting…

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Smartsticks programmable LED pixel lights
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Smartsticks programmable LED pixel lights

Flow artist, software and hardware hacker Kevin Reynolds has created a unique set of customisable LED pixel poi sticks, designed to be affordable and programmable by anyone. Watch…

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Xiaomi AirDots Pro wireless headphones $60
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Xiaomi AirDots Pro wireless headphones $60

Xiaomi has officially launched their new AirDots Pro wireless headphones, which as you may have noticed take inspiration from Apple’s Airpods. Weighing just 5.8 g each the new…

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Google has big plans for its Google Assistant
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Google has big plans for its Google Assistant

It looks like Google has big plans for its Google Assistant, the search giant has made around a dozen announcements related to  Assistant at this years CES. The…

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Walmart to offer autonomous grocery deliveries in Arizona
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Walmart to offer autonomous grocery deliveries in Arizona

Walmart continues its experiments with self-driving grocery deliveries with a new trial in Surprise, Arizona. This latest pilot will use startup Udelv’s autonomous cargo vans that are “custom-made”…

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Samsung and KDDi show off 5G technology for Schools
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Samsung and KDDi show off 5G technology for Schools

Samsung and KDDI have shown off some new 5G technology that will be used in schools, the two companies have demonstrated 5G technology at the Maehara Elementary School…

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Amazon Fire TV Has Over 30 Million Users
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Amazon Fire TV Has Over 30 Million Users

Amazon’s Fire TV streaming devices are very popular, but just how popular are they? We have the latest figures from Amazon to clue us in. Amazon has said…

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Onix multi-connection cable $13
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Onix multi-connection cable $13

Designer and engineer Hardy Zeheng Wu and co-founder of cofounder of “ChaPing” the new media organisation the over 5 million subscribers. Has created a new versatile multi-connection cable…

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Ikea Smart Shades support Alexa and Apple HomeKit
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Ikea Smart Shades support Alexa and Apple HomeKit

If you have been patiently waiting for IKEA to launch their new IKEA Smart Shades you will be pleased to know that the furniture retailer is expected to…

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Affordable Straprack compact home gym hits Kickstarter
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Affordable Straprack compact home gym hits Kickstarter

Morphed Fitness has created a new affordable home fitness gym in the form of the Straprack. A new dynamic workout system that allows you to tone and strengthen…

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First smartphone app to detect opioid overdose and its precursors
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First smartphone app to detect opioid overdose and its precursors

At least 115 people die every day in the U.S. after overdosing on opioids, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. And in 2016, illegal injectable opioids became the…

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Samsung shows off its latest car tech at CES
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Samsung shows off its latest car tech at CES

Samsung has been showing off a range of new car technology at this years CES, this includes their new Exynos Auto V9 processor which has been designed specifically…

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BMW Designworks and The North face redesign the caravan
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BMW Designworks and The North face redesign the caravan

BMW Designworks has teamed up with The North Face to unveil a new camper concept which is designed to replace the caravan. This new lightweight camper concept if…

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Bungie splits from Activision
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Bungie splits from Activision

In a surprise announcement today Bungie and Activision have announced they will be parting ways, with Bungie assuming full publishing rights and responsibilities for the Destiny franchise. It’s…

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Riptide R1X electric skateboard $999
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Riptide R1X electric skateboard $999

At CES 2019 this week the team over at Engadget have been able to put the new Riptide R1X electric skateboard through its paces revealing what you can…

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PowerWatch 2 smartwatch never needs charging
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PowerWatch 2 smartwatch never needs charging

Matrix had created a new second-generation solar smartwatch aptly named the PowerWatch 2 which has raised over $1 million via Indiegogo with still 26 days remaining on its…

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Hypen wireless earbuds $39
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Hypen wireless earbuds $39

The developers at Rolling Square based in Switzerland have created a new wireless earbuds called Hyphen. With still 22 days remaining on its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign the wireless…

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Supercomputing—Memory boost
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Supercomputing—Memory boost

Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Hypres, a digital superconductor company, have tested a novel cryogenic, or low-temperature, memory cell circuit design that may boost memory storage…

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Amazon customers are getting free samples
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Amazon customers are getting free samples

Amazon is reportedly sending out free samples to its customers. These samples are based on their buying habits and history. It makes sense since the company has a…

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Samsung Bot robots shown off at CES (Video)
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Samsung Bot robots shown off at CES (Video)

Samsung has shown off its latest robots at this years CES, the Samsung Bots and they are powered by Samsung’s AI platform and come with Bixby built in.…

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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer confirms AMD partnership for future hardware at CES 2019
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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer confirms AMD partnership for future hardware at CES 2019

Following on from previous rumours at CES 2019 this week the executive vice-president of Gaming at Microsoft Phil Spencer has confirmed that Microsoft will partnership with AMD for…

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Companion emergency survival kit
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Companion emergency survival kit

RINO Ready has created a new personal emergency survival kit aptly named the Companion. Designed to keep to people sustained and alive during the first 72 hours of…

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AirPodPal Apple AirPods wireless charging case, power bank and clip
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AirPodPal Apple AirPods wireless charging case, power bank and clip

If you use Apple AirPods on a daily basis you may be interested in a new wireless charging, carry case and clip specifically designed for Apple’s headphones. The…

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MOFT invisible adhesive laptop stand
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MOFT invisible adhesive laptop stand

MOFT has created a new low profile folding laptop stand which uniquely sticks to the bottom of your laptop and is easily available to flip up and tilt…

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Investing in our digital future
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Investing in our digital future

The University of Liverpool is investing £3.5million to increase the resilience and performance of its data centres in response to an ever-growing demand for high performance digital services.…

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Mark Zuckerberg reveals his 2019 personal challenge
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Mark Zuckerberg reveals his 2019 personal challenge

Mark Zuckerberg has announced his personal challenge for 2019, this years challenge is to host a series of public discussion about the future of technology in society. He…

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LG and Microsoft team up on self driving vehicle technology
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LG and Microsoft team up on self driving vehicle technology

LG and Microsoft have announced a new partnership for self driving vehicle technology, the two companies will be working together on autonomous vehicles and infotainment systems. LG has…

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Samsung demos Digital Cockpit platform at CES 2019
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Samsung demos Digital Cockpit platform at CES 2019

Samsung has shown off its new Digital Cockpit platform at this years CES, the company has developed their new digital cockpit with Harman. In the video below we…

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Anker Roav Bolt adds Google Assistant to your vehicle
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Anker Roav Bolt adds Google Assistant to your vehicle

Gadget and peripheral manufacturer Anker has unveiled a new device in the form of the Anker Roav Bolt designed to provides an easy way to add Google Assistant…

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Mobvoi Wear OS E2 and S2 smartwatches introduced
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Mobvoi Wear OS E2 and S2 smartwatches introduced

At CES 2019 in Las Vegas this week Mobvoi has launched two new smartwatches in the form of the TicWatch E2 and S2 both of which are capable…

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Lenovo Smart Clock with Google Assistant launches for $79
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Lenovo Smart Clock with Google Assistant launches for $79

Lenovo has created a new Smart Clock which it has equipped with Google Assistant enabling you to kickstart your day or unwind in the evening. Powered by a…

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LG Presents the World’s First Roll-Up TV at Electronics Show in Las Vegas
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LG Presents the World’s First Roll-Up TV at Electronics Show in Las Vegas

The latest salvo in the race for a solution to the massive amount of space taken up by modern TVs was fired on Monday, 7 January 2019, at…

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New HTC Vive Pro Eye VR headset unveiled with eye tracking
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New HTC Vive Pro Eye VR headset unveiled with eye tracking

At CES 2019 this week currently underway in Las Vegas and running until January 11th, 2019. HTC has unveiled a new virtual reality headset equipped with native eye…

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Viveport Infinity subscription offers unlimited VR game downloads
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Viveport Infinity subscription offers unlimited VR game downloads

In addition to the two new headsets unveiled by HTC at CES 2019 this week in the form of the HTC Vive Pro Eye and HTC Vive Cosmos.…

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New HTC Vive Cosmos VR headset introduced at CES 2019
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New HTC Vive Cosmos VR headset introduced at CES 2019

In addition to announcing a new unlimited download subscription service for virtual reality games and applications and announcing a new virtual reality headset in the form of the…

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LG to launch new Xboom speaker range at CES
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LG to launch new Xboom speaker range at CES

LG has announced that it will be launching some new Xboom speakers at this weeks CES, the company will launch a range of different models. We heard reecently…

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Netgear 5G mobile hotspot
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Netgear 5G mobile hotspot

Netgear has officially unveiled its new 5G mobile hotspot at CES 2019 this week in the form of the Netgear Nighthawk 5G which is compatible with the ATT…

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Simplehuman smart mirror supports Google Assistant and more
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Simplehuman smart mirror supports Google Assistant and more

Simplehuman has designed two new smart mirrors in the form of the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi and the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Hi-Fi Assist which are being showcased at…

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Faster Type of Phase-Change Memory
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Faster Type of Phase-Change Memory

For the first time, researchers from Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and the University of Cambridge, have successfully developed a new type of phase-change memory that…

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Smart Home: Fundamentals That You Need to Know
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Smart Home: Fundamentals That You Need to Know

Smart home innovations are currently booming. We offer information on anything and everything there is to know with regards to such homes. Tech companies agree that it’s time…

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Pepsi delivers snacks using robots
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Pepsi delivers snacks using robots

Pepsi has announced that it has rolled out the snackbot at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. The robot has one mission: to deliver snacks and…

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Samsung Micro LED TVs to be available with a 75 inch display
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Samsung Micro LED TVs to be available with a 75 inch display

Samsung has announced that it will be launching its new Micro LED TVs with a 75 inch display. The company also revealed that they will be launching a…

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