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Wonder Woman, Justice League, LEGO Batman trailers fly high

Wonder Woman, Justice League, LEGO Batman trailers fly high

The San Diego Comic-Con, a.k.a SDCC, isn't simply a gathering of comics fans, artists, writers, and companies. It has also become the venue for dropping teasers and revealing trailers for all things related to comics. And sometimes even things that aren't. We've already caught a glimpsed of Netflix's upcoming renditions Marvel's comics universe, so it's only fair to give DC Comics its time in the spotlight as well. Aside from the expected Suicide Squad drops, Warner Bros. has released official trailers for three (or two and a blocky half) highly anticipated superhero films descending on cinemas next year.

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OnePlus 3 does have USB OTG support, but it’s hidden

OnePlus 3 does have USB OTG support, but it’s hidden

OnePlus definitely dodged a bullet on this one. The relatively small Chinese company was one of the few Android manufacturers to jump on the new USB Type-C train with the OnePlus 2. However, it missed to get a perfect score when Google engineer and USB-C Crusader Benson Leung revealed that the company's USB-C accessories weren't up to spec. Now it's the OnePlus 3's turn to almost get a scathing review because it didn't support USB Host Mode, a.k.a. USB OTG, right out of the box without flipping a switch.

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Pokemon GO ain’t done yet, future features teased

Pokemon GO ain’t done yet, future features teased

Pokemon GO may have already peaked in the US, but that's probably because, given the rush, players have mostly squeezed out all they can from the augmented reality game. But fear not, Pokefans, because Niantic Labs still has a few more up their sleeves. Well, they better be lest they feel first hand the ire of an angry mob hungry for new content. At Comic Con 2016, the developer dropped a few hints at what's still in store for the game. At least for the immediate future.

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Prisma for Android released today

Prisma for Android released today

Hit iPhone art app Prisma has made its highly-anticipated debut on Android, offering dramatic recreations of photos using AI processing. Offering a step up from the typical filters offered in Instagram and other apps, Prisma promises a fine-art style makeover for photos with styles ranging from the classics through to Pop Art and comic books.

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Apple 1 ‘Celebration’ model heads to charity auction, expected to reach $1M

Apple 1 ‘Celebration’ model heads to charity auction, expected to reach $1M

Apple fans and historians take notice, starting this week an incredibly rare Apple 1 model computer is being auctioned for charity, where it is expected to sell for up to $1 million. The original Apple 1 computers were sold by co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak back in 1976, and the model being auctioned by CharityBuzz is one of the 60 or so that are believed to still be in existence.

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Kingsglaive Final Fantasy 15 movie sees trailer, release date revealed

Kingsglaive Final Fantasy 15 movie sees trailer, release date revealed

In case you haven't been keeping up with new about Final Fantasy 15 in the last few months, developer Square Enix is going all-out with this entry in the popular RPG series and releasing both an anime series and full-length CG film to further expand the game's universe for fans. The anime, titled Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV, is being released on YouTube for free, with the first three episodes already available. But details on the movie, Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV, have been slim until now.

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7-Eleven makes first Slurpee delivery by drone

7-Eleven makes first Slurpee delivery by drone

While commercial drone delivery still has a long way to go before meeting all the regulations set by the FAA and other agencies, the convenience store chain 7-Eleven has conducted its first successful delivery flight. The delivery was made in partnership between 7-Eleven and Flirtey, a drone delivery startup, and saw a private homeowner in Reno, Nevada receive Slurpees and other snack foods sent from a local store.

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2017 Genesis G80 debuts, dropping Hyundai brand name

2017 Genesis G80 debuts, dropping Hyundai brand name

Much of Hyundai's success over the years has been tied to the Genesis sedan, and now the Korean car maker is spinning the name off into its own luxury sub-brand. The first official release will be the 2017 model year Genesis G80, which has just been unveiled. You might think with a new branding that the car would get a complete restyling, but that's not the case here, and it isn't necessarily a bad thing. The new G80 still sports the same stylish good looks as it's had since it was the 2015 Hyundai Genesis.

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Data shows Pokemon Go may have already hit peak popularity in US

Data shows Pokemon Go may have already hit peak popularity in US

The summer of 2016 will always be remembered for the global domination of Pokemon Go. The app exploded in popularity just after its debut two weeks ago, seeing more active daily users than social media giants like Snapchat and Twitter, causing Nintendo's stock value to skyrocket, and even setting a new record for the most downloads in its first week on the iOS App Store. However, like most big trends that rise to prominence over a short time, could Pokemon Go have already reached its peak popularity?

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SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

When the average user goes to buy a mouse, they usually don't care much about it, aside from the fact that it works, and is comfortable. However, when a PC gamer is in the market for a new mouse, there are a plethora of options that need to be considered. Buttons, sensors, weight, and more can all affect how your device performs during a game. Today, we're going to take a look at the Steelseries Rival 700.

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Beyond Ink Pen Review: Stylus, storage, and battery in one

Beyond Ink Pen Review: Stylus, storage, and battery in one

Is there a reviled-to-riches story quite like that of the stylus? Once a mainstay of smartphones, only to be made a laughing-stock by Steve Jobs and then, ironically, rebooted as the Apple Pencil, the humble pen has been on a peripheral rollercoaster. Enter, then, Beyond Ink's take on the stylus, part smartphone peripheral, part James Bond-esque gadget.

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3D-printed Pokemon Go screen cover makes every ball throw perfect

3D-printed Pokemon Go screen cover makes every ball throw perfect

Pokemon Go has finally brought Pokemon catching to the masses, making it as simple as a finger swipe. Except, sometimes it's not that easy. Like when you're desperately trying to catch that Snorlax, and your Pokeball just keeps veering to the side. The trick is to move your finger in a straight line, something this 3D-printed phone case/screen cover makes far too easy.

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