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Leaked Galaxy J5 specs tip 5-inch screen and Snapdragon 410

Leaked Galaxy J5 specs tip 5-inch screen and Snapdragon 410

Samsung wants to have a smartphone for every need and category with high-end devices like the Galaxy S6 being too expensive for some users. For those who can't afford or don’t want a high-end device, there are plenty of mid and low range smartphones in the Samsung lineup. A new Samsung Galaxy device has leaked with photos and specifications turning up online. The device is called the Galaxy J5.

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Nintendo leaks new Amiibo via twitter

Nintendo leaks new Amiibo via twitter

You never know what type of games and game hardware are going to send people into a collecting frenzy. I'd wager Nintendo hoped that its Amiibo would be popular, but I doubt that the company figured that demand would be so high that it would crash GameStop. Demand has been so high that Nintendo promised to up production in the midst of an Amiibo shortage. Amiibo fans are eagle eyed when it comes to looking for new products.

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NASA shows off its first 4K ISS video

NASA shows off its first 4K ISS video

For decades, NASA has been big on getting normal, everyday Americans excited about space exploration and travel. One of the ways it gets the public involved with space is by releasing lots of beautiful photos and videos for people to check out. To make space look better to those interested enough in it to vote for elected officials that support giving NASA money for space exploration, NASA has always moved its video and photo technology along as technology progressed.

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Robot 3D prints steel bridge on location

Robot 3D prints steel bridge on location

There are so many uses for a 3D printer today in business and prototyping that the use of the devices will continue to grow. A new type of 3D printer has been created that is designed to print much larger projects that the typical 3D printer in a lab or business can handle. Typically, we think of a 3D printer as only making small components. The 3D printing robotic arms created by Autodesk and MX3D can print bridges.

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Honda RC213V-S street-legal MotoGP racer unveiled

Honda RC213V-S street-legal MotoGP racer unveiled

When we talk about Honda, we are normally talking about cars around here. Honda is more known for motorcycles in many parts of the world and if you are a MotoGP racing fan, you will recognize the bike in these pictures. What you are seeing here isn’t the bike that Marc Marquez races at break-neck speeds around tracks the world over. This bike is the Honda RC213V-S and it is a street legal version of that MotoGP racing bike.

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English high school student discovers exoplanet

English high school student discovers exoplanet

Discovering a new planet is something that many astronomers dream of and at the ripe age of 15-years-old, an English high school student named Tom Wagg has done just that. Wagg has discovered a gas-giant exoplanet that he first came across two years ago while he was doing a work-experience study at Keele University in England. Additional observations of the planet have now been made and the existence of the planet has been confirmed.

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WeatherBug app lands on Apple Watch

WeatherBug app lands on Apple Watch

The WeatherBug app has been around for a long time for PC users and for iOS devices. This app is one of the most common weather apps out there, and it can tell you the weather in your location and any other state in the US. Giving you the temperature isn't the only thing that the app is capable of; it is also designed to give severe weather alerts, lightening detection, and neighborhood level weather forecasts.

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Sigma dp0 Quattro camera sports fixed 14mm F4 lens

Sigma dp0 Quattro camera sports fixed 14mm F4 lens

Sigma has pulled the wraps off a new digital camera that has a fixed lens called the dp0 Quattro Compact Digital Camera. The camera body is compact, but the lens is very large making for a total package that is far from what most consider compact. That large lens is a fixed 14mm F4 lens that is equivalent to a 21mm lens on a 35mm camera.

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Dish Network hard at work to raise cash for T-Mobile bid

Dish Network hard at work to raise cash for T-Mobile bid

Earlier this month we talked about the possible merger between T-Mobile and Dish Network. T-Mobile is one of the most disruptive of the four major mobile carriers in the US and it has been trying to get someone to buy it for years. So far, federal regulators have shot down potential suitors. T-Mobile now has a suitor that the regulators presumably would like since the merger would leave four major carriers in the US.

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Appeals court denies net neutrality stay

Appeals court denies net neutrality stay

In early May we talked about a coalition of companies that had teamed up to try and get a federal appeals court to suspend net neutrality rules and prevent them from going into effect, that appeal has failed. The coalition of firms was led by AT&T and counted several other companies as members. Originally, the FCC had ruled that the roll out of net neutrality rules would start this past February and would reclassify internet as a utility.

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