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This iMac 24-matching hub adds the ports Apple left out

This iMac 24-matching hub adds the ports Apple left out

Apple's iMac 24-inch may be sleek and unexpectedly colorful, but it's not exactly overflowing with ports, especially if you opt for the cheapest model. Cupertino's minimalism is the hub-world's opportunity, however, with Hyper wading in with two new HyperDrive iMac 24-inch hubs that add up to six extra ports to the macOS all-in-one.

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Kingston’s new USB-C memory stick is almost unbelievably fast

Kingston’s new USB-C memory stick is almost unbelievably fast

Kingston makes a lot of storage devices, but today, it announced one of the most intriguing yet. Today Kingston Digital announced the DataTraveler Max, a new USB flash drive capable of some impressive read and write speeds. The DataTraveler Max users USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 to meet those high speeds, and what results is a USB flash drive that's faster than most people probably even need.

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Audi e-tron GT car cover protects your EV without skimping on style

Audi e-tron GT car cover protects your EV without skimping on style

German automaker Audi has something unique for your e-tron GT EV. It is offering an optional car cover inspired by the groovy camouflage of the e-tron GT concept car. What this means is added indoor protection against dust and dirt while giving your e-tron GT a dose of style while sitting in your garage. If you ask us, this unique car cover is worth the $785 that Audi is asking to protect your six-figure, high-performance electric vehicle.

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Apple Watch Series 7 – Everything you should know

Apple Watch Series 7 – Everything you should know

Apple has followed the regime of releasing a new smartwatch every year since 2015. In fact, the Cupertino giant released two smartwatches last year. This gives us reason enough to believe the successor to Apple Watch Series 6 is just around the corner.

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Panasonic SoundSlayer is a wearable speaker necklace made for gamers

Panasonic SoundSlayer is a wearable speaker necklace made for gamers

If you spend long sessions playing games and find that even the most comfortable headset becomes uncomfortable after a few hours, Pansonic has a new product for you. The Panasonic SC-GN01 SoundSlayer wearable immersive gaming speaker system is designed to fit around the user's neck, resting on their shoulders similar to a necklace.

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Apple Watch Series 7 leak breaks iPhone tradition

Apple Watch Series 7 leak breaks iPhone tradition

The next Apple Watch will quite likely break the mold when it comes to significant device upgrades from Apple. Each time Apple releases a new iPhone, it seems one of two things happens. Either Apple releases a smartphone that's near-identical in size and shape as its predecessor, or the company initiates an industrial design upgrade that requires accessory makers to release a whole new set of cases and peripherals.

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Halo Infinite custom Xbox Series X and controller revealed

Halo Infinite custom Xbox Series X and controller revealed

Microsoft today dropped a bomb at Gamescom 2021's Opening Night Live event by announcing Halo Infinite's release date, but as it turns out, that wasn't the only major announcement the company had up its sleeve. Microsoft also confirmed that the Xbox Series X will be getting a limited edition makeover to celebrate Halo's 20th anniversary. For those who don't want to spend quite so much but still want to commemorate the occasion, there will also be a limited edition Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller.

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SteelSeries app exploit needs physical access, doesn’t need a device (Update)

SteelSeries app exploit needs physical access, doesn’t need a device (Update)

It seems that the rather simplistic Razer zero-day vulnerability has opened a can of worms that may force accessory makers to rethink and reprogram their accompanying software. As one security researcher predicted, the vulnerability can be found in other peripherals that also install their own helper apps, including those from popular brand SteelSeries. While the same physical access to the Windows computer is still required, SteelSeries' vulnerability is potentially worse since it doesn't even require a SteelSeries device to trigger it.

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OnePlus Buds Pro snubs Google Fast Pair for its own solution

OnePlus Buds Pro snubs Google Fast Pair for its own solution

One of OnePlus' strengths has always been its commitment to a clean Android experience, one that has kept Android purists satisfied until recently. With OxygenOS 11, it seems that the company is slowly starting to move away from that identity to establish its own character, even if it means going its own path. Basing OxygenOS on OPPO's ColorOS is one thing, but it now seems that OnePlus is also willing to ditch other common Android conventions, like Google Fast Pair for its OnePlus Buds Pro that would have made it trivial to pair the earbuds with any Android phone.

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Yamaha YH-L700A headphones pack 3D audio with head tracking

Yamaha YH-L700A headphones pack 3D audio with head tracking

As promised, Yahama has released its YH-L700A wireless headphones featuring noise cancellation, 3D audio support, and head tracking. The model was first revealed last month with a launch date in August. Now that the time has come, audiophiles and anyone else looking for a unique pair of high-end headphones can grab the YH-700A from Yamaha's website.

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Razer mouse software bug easily grants Windows admin privileges

Razer mouse software bug easily grants Windows admin privileges

Although Microsoft has been working tirelessly to remove that stigma, Windows still retains the image of an operating system that is almost too easy to compromise. Many such exploits occur on the remote end when people click on suspicious links or download software from unofficial sources. There comes a time, however, that an exploit happens almost too easily, like when you plug in a Razer mouse that, in turn, starts a process that will let almost anyone with physical access to the computer get system-level administrator control.

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Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core Review: A fridge-saving battery for outage season

Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core Review: A fridge-saving battery for outage season

Power outages are no longer a rarity in the US, and increasingly people are asking what's the most cost-effective and flexible way to keep the essentials going when the grid goes down. If you're dealing with roughly 24 hour outages, a big portable battery like the Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Core can make sure you still have lighting, internet, and a fridge that stays cool, even if there are some caveats to bear in mind too.

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