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LG’s 1mm Wallpaper OLED TV said to be launched in 2017

LG’s 1mm Wallpaper OLED TV said to be launched in 2017

There are multiple places where products that have wireless tech inside have to go for certifications before they can come to market. Often we see the FCC leak details on coming devices, but this time out it appears that the entire 2017 LG OLED TV line has been leaked by the WiFi Alliance. Presumably the TVs were being tested to ensure compliance with WiFi specifications.

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HTC Vive wireless upgrade kit by TPCAST cuts the wires

HTC Vive wireless upgrade kit by TPCAST cuts the wires

With the year coming to a close, HTC is showing off a cool upgrade kit that is expected to be available early next year for the Vive VR headset. The upgrade kit is made by TPCAST and cuts the tether from the headset. TPCAST was the first company to join the Vive X Accelerator that has 33 firms in the mix at this point.

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HTC Bolt launched with 3×20 MHz carrier aggregation support, no headphone jack

HTC Bolt launched with 3×20 MHz carrier aggregation support, no headphone jack

Sprint has announced that it has landed a new smartphone for customers to choose that is the fastest device Sprint offers on its network. The smartphone is called the HTC Bolt and the big feature of the device is that it is built for the speedy Sprint LTE Plus network and supports 3x20 MHz Carrier Aggregation. Support for that network comes thanks to a Qualcomm Snapdragon X10 LTE modem.

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2017 Zero Motorcycles go up to 200 miles per charge

2017 Zero Motorcycles go up to 200 miles per charge

Zero Motorcycles has been selling electric motorcycles for years now and has unveiled its 2017 lineup. The 2017 models have as much as 19% more torque and up to 11% power gains compared to 2016 models. The biggest new feature for some models is that the 2017 models will be the first to exceed 200 miles on a single charge.

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TAPS touchscreen sticker lets any gloves work with any screen

TAPS touchscreen sticker lets any gloves work with any screen

Winter is here in much of the world and that means it's glove weather. The catch with gloves is that many of them won't work with your touchscreen device leaving you having to pull off a glove in the cold before you can answer a call or use your smartphone. TAPS touchscreen Sticker with Touch ID promises to allow you to use any glove with any touchscreen device.

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Skullcandy Crusher Wireless headphones pack bass you hear and feel

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless headphones pack bass you hear and feel

Wireless headphone users looking for an over the ear set with big bass have a new option from Skullcandy called the Crusher Wireless. The headphones connect to your mobile device via Bluetooth and are made using premium materials and promise an immersive audio experience. The headphones have integrated Crusher Technology and stereo sound.

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Brain implant allows paralyzed monkeys to use legs again

Brain implant allows paralyzed monkeys to use legs again

Researchers have been working on ways to help the paralyzed regain control over their bodies for a very long time and a team has now made an potentially life changing breakthrough for paralyzed humans. Researchers at the Ecole polytechnique federale de lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland have been able to give paralyzed monkeys control over their legs again using brain implants. So far testing has been conducted on two rhesus macaques that underwent implantation within two weeks of being injured.

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Sharefactory 2.0 update lands bringing GIFS and photo mode

Sharefactory 2.0 update lands bringing GIFS and photo mode

PS4 users have a new update that has rolled out today bringing Sharefactory to version 2.0. The update brings with it some new features that expand the use of Sharefactory beyond editing video. With the 2.0 update users can now create animated GIFs, photo collages and other content. The update also brings support for the PS4 Pro.

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AT&T GoPhone offers users more LTE data for the same money

AT&T GoPhone offers users more LTE data for the same money

AT&T has announced a special deal that kicks off Friday for GoPhone customers. AT&T wants to celebrate the holidays by offering GoPhone subscribers who renew their current $40 and $55 monthly plans get more data without the use needing to do anything. The $55 monthly plan after AutoPay discount will now get 8GB of high-speed data. The $40 monthly plan with AutoPay will now get 4GB of LTE data. Both of those numbers are 33% increases compared to previous data allotments.

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Ringly Aries smart ring gains fitness tracking

Ringly Aries smart ring gains fitness tracking

The wearable market is very hot right now with hoards of people around the world wearing them on their wrists. The catch is that most of the wearables don't have much in the style department. This is where a company called Ringly stepped in and tried to lure in those users who wanted a more stylish wearable fitness tracker with its connected rings and bracelets. It has now released a new ring that has fitness tracking called the Aries ring.

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LightMode Kits Redesigned with sleeker hardware, still looks like Tron

LightMode Kits Redesigned with sleeker hardware, still looks like Tron

A new project has reached its funding goal on Kickstarter that aims to make your motorcycle helmet look like a prop from the set of the latest Tron film. The project is called LightMode Kits Redesigned and it is an improvement on the original LightMode. The big change comes in the control and power module that operates the entire system.

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NASA paper leaks claiming that the physics violating EM Drive works

NASA paper leaks claiming that the physics violating EM Drive works

Every now and again scientists make a discovery that seems to violate the laws of physics as we know them. A paper has leaked from NASA that indicates that a new type of propulsion drive for space travel actually works despite violating Newton's third law of physics. That particular law states that every reaction has an equal and opposite reaction. The EM Drive offers the possibility of creating thrust in the vacuum of space without needing fuel.

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