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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Digital photography fans that are in the market for a new DSLR camera with lots of features may have a new DSLR to lust over with alleged specs and images of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV turning up online. The images show the camera from all angles and show a device that looks very much like you would expect a Canon DSLR to look. The main features of the camera include a 30.4MP image sensor with dual pixel CMOS.

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Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse packs 12,000 DPI sensor

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse packs 12,000 DPI sensor

Logitech has rolled out a new gaming mouse that was made with help from pro gamers and aimed directly at the gamers out there who yearn to be pros. The mouse is called the Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse and it has the most accurate optical gaming sensor that Logitech offers inside. In addition to that fancy sensor, the mouse also has a metal spring button tensioning system, onboard memory for driver -free operation at tournaments, and a lightweight design that will stand up to abuse.

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Oppo R9s crosses TENAA using Snapdragon 625 SoC

Oppo R9s crosses TENAA using Snapdragon 625 SoC

Oppo has added a new device to its R9 range of smartphones called the Oppo R9s and that device has now crossed TENAA in China to get the certifications needed for an official launch. This device slots into the R9 range along with the standard R9 and the R9 Plus that we talked about back in March when they crossed TENAA.

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Galaxy A8 (2016) specs tipped on Geekbench

Galaxy A8 (2016) specs tipped on Geekbench

We have already heard quite a bit about the Galaxy A8 even though it hasn't officially launched just yet. The smartphone has been leaked several times and we have seen a bunch of images already as well. This time out the smartphone has crossed Geekbench and the specifications of the smartphone were gleaned during its time there.

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Surface Pro Special Edition NFL Type Covers celebrate your favorite team

Surface Pro Special Edition NFL Type Covers celebrate your favorite team

Every football fan in the US knows that the kickoff to the 2016-2017 NFL season is right around the corner. Microsoft wants to capitalize on that passion for NFL football and is offering people who have the new Surface Pro some cool Type Covers to choose from. There are covers for every single NFL team to choose from. Microsoft says that the first concept it made of the new NFL cover was for the Seattle Seahawks.

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Omega2 IoT Linux computer has WiFi and tiny price

Omega2 IoT Linux computer has WiFi and tiny price

At some point in the future just about everything will want to get on your WiFi and connect to the internet. Comcast will love that, since most cheap plans limit the number of devices you can connect to your account at once. A new Linux-powered computer specifically made for the IoT has landed on Kickstarter and it is called the Omega2. This little gizmo has its own integrated WiFi and sells for the princely sum of $5.

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Walk Again Project uses machines to help people regain mobility

Walk Again Project uses machines to help people regain mobility

One of the most devastating types of injuries that a person can suffer is a spinal injury that makes them unable to walk again. An international collaboration of scientists is working with robotic equipment under the umbrella of a project dubbed "Walk Again Project" to use non-invasive brain-machine interfaces to allow people to walk again. The process involved having people with injuries perform brain training while interacting with robot-like machines.

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Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornaments can’t be stolen

Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornaments can’t be stolen

Back in the late '80s, it was in fashion for people to steal hood ornaments from Mercedes-Benz cars and wear them on a necklace. It's a bit foggy how this all started, but I think it had to do with one rapper or another wearing it in a video back when MTV actually played music videos. That means that every Mercedes within 25 miles of a school was missing its hood ornament. Rolls-Royce isn't having any of that.

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Bionic hand made from Keurig Coffee Maker

Bionic hand made from Keurig Coffee Maker

I've seen enough '80s action films to have a dubious disposition on anything bionic or cybernetic. I think we can probably rest assured that a bionic arm made out of a used Keurig coffee maker won't take over the world. A YouTuber called Terminal Cornucopia has created a bionic hand almost entirely out of parts taken from a disassembled Keurig coffee maker and called the hand Hedberg. I don't know why.

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Researchers create stretchable touchpad that could be implanted

Researchers create stretchable touchpad that could be implanted

I readily admit going into this that the thought of implanting a touchpad inside the body is very disturbing to me. That is exactly what scientists at Seoul National University have come up with. This touchpad can be used to write words and play electronic games according to the inventors. It's made from the same sort of soft and stretch hydrogel that is used to make soft contact lenses.

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ZenWatch 3 images show round device with black and gold face

ZenWatch 3 images show round device with black and gold face

A couple of days ago, word surfaced that Asus has a new smartwatch in the works that would be called the ZenWatch 3. This name was tipped by a leaked line art image of the back of the watch bearing the FCC and other logos. Today some new images of the smartwatch have surfaced as it was getting certifications somewhere.

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Vizio update brings HDR10 support to SmartCast P-series and M-series displays

Vizio update brings HDR10 support to SmartCast P-series and M-series displays

Vizio has announced a new update that is ready for users of certain Ultra HD HDR home theater monitors. The update brings support for the new HDR10 format to the Vizio SmartCast P-Series and M-Series Ultra HD HDR home theater displays. Both of those monitor series launched with Dolby Vision content support and adding HDR10 support expands the compatibility of the devices for more content.

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