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Meizu Pro 7 renderings show a sexy device with a premium look

Meizu Pro 7 renderings show a sexy device with a premium look

Some renderings have surfaced that claim to show what the next flagship device from Meizu might look like. These renderings don’t look like the typical Meizu style, which is a good thing. The brand tends to design its devices with a rather plain style to them, but the Meizu Pro 7 might break from that. This device has a front that appears to have slightly curved edges to the screen reminding more than a bit of the Galaxy S7 edge.

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Moto Z Play looking good in leaked images

Moto Z Play looking good in leaked images

We already know a bit about the new Moto Z Play smartphone that will be landing. We assume that the device might be landing relatively soon because it has already crossed through TENNA in China to get the certifications it needs in that country. Along with that TENNA application came some not so great images of the device. Some new images of the Moto Z Play in the wild have surfaced giving us a better look at the smartphone.

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Ford GT production expanded for another two years

Ford GT production expanded for another two years

It hasn't been long now since Ford has been sending out letters to the well heeled out there who wanted the chance to purchase the new Ford GT supercar. Some of the letters that went out were good news and were offering the interested buyer the chance to own a Ford GT. Others that went out were bad news telling buyers that there weren't enough to go around and that they couldn't have one.

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Android Nougat tipped for August 22 launch

Android Nougat tipped for August 22 launch

Back at the beginning of August we heard that Android 7.0 Nougat might be landing during the first week of the month, but that week came and went with no launch happening. We now have a new rumor that suggests that Android 7.0 might be landing on August 22. This particular rumor claims to be an upgrade schedule from Telus.

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Daimler drops details on Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Daimler drops details on Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

Daimler has finally offered up a bunch more detail on that sexy and massive Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 car that will be seen in person for the first time at Pebble Beach this month. We already knew that the car was almost 6-meters in length and we have been wondering what sort of power the luxury concept would use. As it turns out the car is designed to be an electric vehicle, dashing my dreams of a big V12 under the hood. The electric system makes 750hp and the car can reach 100km/h in less than four seconds with a top speed of 250 km/h.

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Airlander 10 helium-filled airship makes first flight

Airlander 10 helium-filled airship makes first flight

The Airlander 10 is a massive flying airship said to be the world's largest aircraft. The giant airship took to the skies for the first time this week with a short flight over an airfield in the UK. Airlander 10 is massive at 302-feet long and its maiden flight happened at Cardington airfield about 45 miles north of London.

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McDonald’s ditches Happy Meal activity trackers

McDonald’s ditches Happy Meal activity trackers

McDonald's isn't exactly seen as a healthy eating option by most parents. It's more seen as a cheap place to fill your gob with food that is questionably tasty and not particularly good for you. The company is seeing demand for its food sag as parents and consumers in general have started to flock to eateries with healthier options. To combat this McDonald's has relied on Happy Meals for kids with toys that grab their interest leading to parents taking kids in not so much for food as for the toys.

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Galaxy Note 7 scratch test sees how well the high-end Android holds up

Galaxy Note 7 scratch test sees how well the high-end Android holds up

At this point, we know all there is to know about the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. We have spent hands on time with the device and recently published our review of the smartphone. If you want to know how durable the Note 7 is before you plunk down your cash or use that upgrade you have been holding onto, this is your chance to see just how well the screen holds up. JerryRigEverything has the phone on its test bench and will be performing one of its scratch tests on the device to see how durable the screen is.

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Pizza Hut DJ box puts two turn tables and conductive ink inside your pizza box

Pizza Hut DJ box puts two turn tables and conductive ink inside your pizza box

The fast food world is full of gimmicks to lure people into their restaurants to buy food. McDonalds is likely the most infamous for this practice with lots of toys packed inside Happy Meal bags and boxes to make kids want to eat their food. Pizza Hutt has a new box that it puts its pie into that has something special left behind for you to play with after you eat.

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Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept images tip lots of high-tech luxury

Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept images tip lots of high-tech luxury

A bit more than a week ago we caught our first glimpse at the teaser images that Mercedes-Maybach were tossing online to taunt us with visions of the new and massive luxury coupe concept that would be unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The images showed nothing but a dark photo with a bit of the outline of the 6-meter long car. This week a bunch of images of the concept car have landed online showing us the inside and outside.

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Walabot lets you see inside your walls or floors

Walabot lets you see inside your walls or floors

Anyone who has ever done a DIY project around their home that involved having to drill into the walls has had the fear of hitting something important under the surface of the wall and getting shocked or flooding the home. A new device has landed called WalabotDIY that aims to take that fear out of DIY projects around the house. Walabot is sort of like those stud finders that have been around for years if the stud finder suddenly gained Superman-like x-ray vision.

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A.B.C. Backpack rocks integrated battery, Bluetooth lock, and smart calendar

A.B.C. Backpack rocks integrated battery, Bluetooth lock, and smart calendar

The days when a backpack was only meant for carrying your stuff are gone with the A.B.C. Backpack. The letters in the name of the bag stand for Anti-theft, Battery, and Calendar. While two of those make sense, having a calendar built into your bag is a strange feature. The Calendar feature is intended to help keep on the go types fitted with all the stuff that they need for whatever their day brings.

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