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Sony Xperia XZ and X Performance Android Nougat rollout begins

Sony Xperia XZ and X Performance Android Nougat rollout begins

Sony Xperia XZ and Xperia X Performance smartphone users will be among the first Xperia users to get their hands on the Android 7.0 Nougat update. The update brings with it a slew of new features including multi-window support to make multitasking easier and allow users to run two apps at once. A simple double tap will swap between the two apps. The update also brings improved battery life to both devices.

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Beoplay H9 wireless over-ear headphones pack active noise cancellation

Beoplay H9 wireless over-ear headphones pack active noise cancellation

For those out there who want headphones that look and sound good, B&O Play has a new offering called the Beoplay H9. These headphones are all about premium in listening experience and design with over-ear H9 headphones that aim to be comfortable and eliminate outside noise. The headphones use ANC noise cancelling tech to remove the listener from the sound around them and allow you to focus on the music you are listening to.

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Fujifilm X-A10 mirrorless camera features 180-degree slide-tilt rear LCD and 16.3MP

Fujifilm X-A10 mirrorless camera features 180-degree slide-tilt rear LCD and 16.3MP

Fujifilm has pulled the wraps off a new digital camera called the X-A10 and it is a compact mirrorless interchangeable lens offering. One of the unique features of this camera is that the rear LCD has a slide-tilt mechanism that allows 100% visibility when the panel is tilted 180-degrees. What that means is that the LCD can be viewed from the front of the camera for self portraits.

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PlayStation Communities app launches on Android and iOS

PlayStation Communities app launches on Android and iOS

PlayStation Gamers who want to be able to keep up with their favorite communities while on the go can download the new PlayStation Communities app for iOS or Android devices right now. The app aims to make it a snap to keep up with your PS4 gaming friends when away from your console. Communities are meant to be places where gamers with similar interests and preferences gather.

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Kwikset Kevo Convert turns your existing lock into a smart lock

Kwikset Kevo Convert turns your existing lock into a smart lock

When it comes to locks for your home or office, Kwikset is one of the biggest names in the industry. While most of us have normal locks that have physical keys on our homes, there are some smart locks out there that you can open remotely or with a keypad rather than keys. The catch is that you have to replace the lock on the outside of your doro normally and that can be an issue for people in a homeowners association or those who just like the look they have.

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No Man’s Sky cleared of false advertising by Advertising Standards Authority

No Man’s Sky cleared of false advertising by Advertising Standards Authority

No Man's Sky ran afoul of some gamers who felt that the images, video,and text on the Steam Store Page for the game were misleading. At least 23 people felt that the content on that page was misleading enough that they complained to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in the UK, but the ASA has now cleared Hello Games of any misleading advertising. Most of the complaints reportedly focused on a misleading pictures and assets of what the game offered on the Steam Store page for the title.

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AMD aims to reignite processor war with Zen CPU preview in December

AMD aims to reignite processor war with Zen CPU preview in December

If you have been in the PC gaming or overclocking scene for long enough, you might recall a time many years ago when there was quite the war for performance dominance between Intel and AMD. There came a time where Intel dominated and AMD basically ceded the performance crown to Intel and focused on being less expensive than the Intel offerings. Rumors continue to insist that AMD is looking to stoke the fires of a performance war with Intel via the new AMD Zen processor. AMD plans to offer a preview of the Zen processor at 1 p.m. PST on December 13.

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ESA ExoMars TGO orbiter snaps first images using onboard instruments

ESA ExoMars TGO orbiter snaps first images using onboard instruments

The ESA Mars orbiter called ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) is on station in orbit around the Red Planet and has sent back the first images of Mars taken with its on-board instruments. The TGO is orbiting Mars in an elliptical orbit right now that brings the orbiter between 230 and 310 km above the surface of Mars to a farthest distance of around 98,000 km every 4.2 days. During its last two orbits it has been testing out its instruments and making calibrations as needed.

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XGIMI H1 4K 3D smart projector throws a 300-inch image

XGIMI H1 4K 3D smart projector throws a 300-inch image

A very cool 3D smart projector made by XGIMI using Harman Kardon audio has hit Indiegogo and it is called the H1. The projector supports 4k resolution and is a 3D smart projector capable of turning 2D films into 3D content. The projector can throw a 300-inch image if your room is big enough.

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Battery breakthrough uses nuclear waste and man-made diamond to generate electricity

Battery breakthrough uses nuclear waste and man-made diamond to generate electricity

A new technology for creating batteries has been developed that might help eliminate some of the problems we have today with what to do with nuclear waste. The new battery could eliminate some of that nuclear waste while creating clean energy that can be used for many devices. The new technology involves the use of man-made diamond placed in a radioactive field.

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Japanese mayor says “spamusement park” planning will move forward

Japanese mayor says “spamusement park” planning will move forward

In Japan the mayor of a city called Beppu located on the island of Kyushu, an area known for an abundance of hot springs, came up with an idea to get younger folks interested in visiting his town and to promote the hot springs in his city. The mayor and his team made a video that was posted to YouTube that shows what he called a "spamusement park", note that is SPAmusement not SPAMusement. No potted meats with odd gelatinous coatings at this park.

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Canopy takes the Apple Magic Keyboard on the road for iPad users

Canopy takes the Apple Magic Keyboard on the road for iPad users

The iPad is a tablet that you can do some work from and while it may not be ideal for some people, there are those who are happy working from the iPad. One thing that most people who are working from the iPad want is a normal keyboard so they can type faster and more comfortably. A new case for the Apple Magic Keyboard has launched that makes it easy to carry the keyboard with you on the go and acts as a stand for your iPad at the same time called Canopy. With Canopy users can take a full size keyboard with them comfortably and with protection needed for life on the road.

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