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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Moto Z2 Force Review: Shatterproof, Modular Android

    Last year’s release of the Moto Z family of phones introduced the world to Mods – magnetic accessory attachments that added features to the phones, like higher-quality speakers, a portable projector, or optical zoom camera. However, the US release of the Moto Z was limited to Verizon and unlocked customers...
  • Amazon Echo Extends Smart Speaker Lead With Alexa Multi-Room Music Support

    If you have multiple Amazon Echo speakers in your household, a new feature has been enabled which will allow you to spread your favorite tunes to every room. The feature is called Alexa Multi-Room Music, and as its name implies, allows you to synchronize music playback with two or more...
  • Drone Giant DJI Announces Software Bug Bounty Program With Prize Of Up To $30K

    There is good money to be earned from being an software exterminator. Several companies have so-called bug bounty programs in place in which they pay out rewards for rooting out certain software flaws and vulnerabilities. DJI, a major player in consumer and professinal drones and aerial imaging technology, is the...
  • Samsung Galaxy J7+ Leak Confirms Dual Cameras, Bixby And Facial Recognition

    Since the advent of the smartphone, photography has been a point of focus, and that is true now more than ever. Going forward, the next big thing appears to be dual camera setups. Samsung, one of the biggest fish in the smartphone pond, has embraced dual camera configurations—first with its...
  • Epson WorkForce Pro WF-8010DW review

    Epson's WorkForce Pro WF-8010DW is ready for hard hitting workgroups as this A3+ inkjet has an enormous 65,000 page maximum monthly duty cycle. It teams this up with impressively low running costs and also claims a speedy 34ppm top speed for both A4 mono and colour prints. It's aimed at...
  • Netgear Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band Wi-Fi Extender Helps Standard AC Routers Blanket Your Surroundings With Gobs Of Bandwidth

    Netgear has a solution to eliminate those pesky Wi-Fi dead zones in your home and to extend wireless coverage to every nook and cranny. It is called the Nighthawk X6S (model EX8000) and it is an AC3200 tri-band Wi-Fi range extender, which itself does not sound all that sexy, but...
  • Dell’s Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Slims Down, Adds Kaby Lake Core i7 Muscle

    It’s rather easy to take a tablet and make it appear “tough” by slapping on a rugged case that can withstand a few drops or even immersion in water. However, taking a consumer-grade tablet and tossing it to demanding, real-world situations isn’t always the best course of action. That’s why...
  • Microsoft Ramps-Up Windows Mixed Reality Play With Partners Dell, Lenovo, HP, Acer And Valve's Steam Platform

    While VR is the big thing for gaming, there is another similar tech that PC makers and software giant Microsoft really want to take off in a big way and that is mixed reality. VR and mixed reality are similar in that both have virtual constructs in them, but in...
  • Sony Chops PlayStation VR Price To $399 Amid Fierce Competition From HTC Vive And Oculus Rift

    As more and more people move to adopt virtual reality (VR) for gaming, the hardware market is beginning to heat up. In July, the Oculus Rift VR headset was slashed from $599 down to $399. HTC also chopped the price of the Vive VR headset by $200, bringing the cost...
  • Burger King launches WhopperCoin crypto-cash in Russia

    Fast-food chain Burger King has launched its own crypto-currency, called WhopperCoin, in Russia. Customers will be able to claim one coin for every rouble (0.75p) they spend on the Whopper sandwich. Russians will be able to buy a Whopper with the virtual cash, once they have amassed 1,700 whoppercoins. The...

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