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Sony RX0 brings a compact camera down to action cam size

Sony RX0 brings a compact camera down to action cam size

Sony is already a name well known not just in consumer electronics but also in the digital photography market, with both image sensors as well as complete cameras. Now it is embarking on a new but slightly related market: action cameras. At IFA 2017, Sony unveiled the RX0 camera that puts the camera qualities its Cybershot RX line is known for into a small and rugged black box that you can take with you anywhere and everywhere.

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Sony Xperia Ear Open-Style Concept hands-on: Smarter than AirPods

Sony Xperia Ear Open-Style Concept hands-on: Smarter than AirPods

Sony could've made a pair of knock-off AirPods clones, but its new Xperia Ear Open-Style Concept is something a whole lot more interesting. Teased back in February at Mobile World Congress, the wireless stereo headset promises both your music and your choice of smart agent assistance, without cutting you off completely from the environment around you. I tried them out ahead of their full debut at IFA 2017 this week.

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Sony Xperia XZ1 hands-on with XZ1 Compact

Sony Xperia XZ1 hands-on with XZ1 Compact

Sony has two new Android phones for 2017, the Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact, and they'll be among the first wave of Android 8.0 Oreo devices. Unveiled at IFA 2017 today, the two handsets each wrap Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 in a sleek, if unobtrusive, chassis, while Sony's engineers go cherry-picking the best of the tech from their counterparts in the photography, gaming, and TV divisions.

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Neato Botvac D7 memorizes rooms for robo-vac no-go zones

Neato Botvac D7 memorizes rooms for robo-vac no-go zones

Of all the visions of the home of the future, the most alluring is generally handing over cleaning chores to a robot. In practice, though, it can be the most frustrating, too, as anybody who has returned home expecting vacuumed floors but instead found a robo-vac chewing through their phone charger can attest to. Neato thinks it has the answer, with a smarter, more flexible model launching at IFA 2017, the Botvac D7 Connected.

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Garmin Vivoactive 3 debuts Garmin Pay in GPS fitness watch

Garmin Vivoactive 3 debuts Garmin Pay in GPS fitness watch

Garmin has taken the wraps off its latest fitness-centric smartwatch, the Vivoactive 3, debuting its own Garmin Pay mobile payments system. The smartwatch, launched at IFA 2017, has a circular color touchscreen and comes with GPS baked-in for tracking exercise sessions without needing you to carry your smartphone. With this latest model, you can also buy some cake mid-run without needing your wallet.

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Dell brings out its IFA 2017 gaming lineup

Dell brings out its IFA 2017 gaming lineup

Earlier this week, Dell announced some new Inspiron and XPS laptops alongside its first mixed reality headset, the Dell Visor. The latter apparently isn’t its only gaming related product to grace the halls of IFA 2017. Also in time for PAX West this weekend, Dell is introducing gamers to a new set of PC gaming products, including a very slight to its first ever Inspiron Gaming Desktop as well as a 34-inch gaming monitor bearing an Alienware design.

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B&O Beoplay E8 earbuds give AirPods an expensive rival

B&O Beoplay E8 earbuds give AirPods an expensive rival

Bang & Olufsen has revealed its AirPod rivals, the Beoplay E8, though as you'd expect from the Danish firm they're not a cheap alternative. The completely wireless earbuds promise the same audio tuning as the rest of B&O's line-up, but condensed down into two tiny nuggets to slot into your ears. They also support letting in external noise for when you want to stay aware of your environment.

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LG V30 hands-on

LG V30 hands-on

The LG V30 is here, and the new smartphone has the potential to please photographers while it frustrates Android power-users. Revealed at IFA 2017, the latest iteration of the V Series marks something of a departure from what we've come to expect of that line, as LG narrows the gap between it and the G6.

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LG smart appliances can now talk with Alexa, Google Assistant

LG smart appliances can now talk with Alexa, Google Assistant

Say what you want about LG, but one thing you can’t say is that it’s not willing to play nice with its competitors. While it has its own platforms, like webOS and SmartThinQ, it isn’t beyond opening its doors to rivals. At least if that’s where the market is headed. And since the market does seem to be headed towards the likes of Amazon Echo and Google Home, LG has announced that its 2017 line of smart home devices and connected appliances will be able to connect with Alexa and Google Assistant, offering users hands-free access to its products.

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ASUS ROG goes insane with nine laptop reveals at IFA 2017

ASUS ROG goes insane with nine laptop reveals at IFA 2017

We're used to manufacturers going all out with new reveals at big tech shows like CES and IFA, but for IFA 2017, ASUS Republic of Gamers has taken things a few steps further. Today ROG revealed a whopping nine new gaming laptops during the show, giving us a brief overview of each one. There are obviously a few laptops leading the pack, but each one is worth checking out if you happen to be in the market for a new gaming laptop.

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Western Digital’s My Cloud Home is a monstrous storage obelisk

Western Digital’s My Cloud Home is a monstrous storage obelisk

Between phones, computers, external hard drives, and SD cards, most people probably aren't hurting for storage these days. It's getting all of that content into one place and accessing it easily that's the problem. Western Digital thinks it has a solution with its new My Cloud Home and My Cloud Home Duo storage drives.

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ASUS ROG’s new desktops and boards are ready to rip

ASUS ROG’s new desktops and boards are ready to rip

ASUS brought a massive amount of gaming hardware to IFA 2017, and here we're looking at all things desktop. There's also a laptop collection you'll want to peek at - also up on SlashGear immediately if not soon. For the desktop monster in you, carry on here - there are lights. So very many lights to be seen. NOTE: While release dates and product pricing have not been shared, it's fair to assume they'll all be out relatively soon - if not by the end of this year.

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