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Look closely: This is the GoPro HERO5, Karma drone, and Osmo-rival

Look closely: This is the GoPro HERO5, Karma drone, and Osmo-rival

GoPro isn't quite ready to officially show us either its new HERO5 action camera or its Karma drone, but you can get ahead of the schedule with a quick glimpse of what the company has in store. An update over at the Italian GoPro site has prematurely confirmed what both camera and drone look like, as well as a new stabilizing accessory.

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Nintendo NX rumored once more to be cartridge-based console

Nintendo NX rumored once more to be cartridge-based console

The Nintendo NX rumor mill is churning once again today, and this time the whispers revolve around what kind of physical media the new console will use when it arrives next year. We've heard in the past that Nintendo may be planning to go with cartridges in the NX, and now anonymous sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal have corroborated those earlier reports.

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Twitter may use better revenue sharing to attract content creators

Twitter may use better revenue sharing to attract content creators

It's no secret that the internet's largest social sites want content creators, and most of them are willing to try a variety of strategies to attract those creators - and their audiences - to their platform. While Facebook has taken to outright paying creators to stream content through Facebook Live video, it appears that Twitter has a more long-term solution: offer a better revenue sharing program than its competitors.

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PS4 Slim smiles for the camera in new unboxing video

PS4 Slim smiles for the camera in new unboxing video

Whether or not Sony wants to admit it, there sure seems to be a growing pile of evidence that the PS4 Slim does indeed exist. The latest is probably the most convincing, coming in the form of a review and an unboxing video from Let's Play Video Games' Laura Kate Dale. It's here that we see what appears to be a final version of the PS4 Slim, retail packaging and all.

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Next Roku models to be called ‘Express,’ ‘Premiere,’ and ‘Ultra’

Next Roku models to be called ‘Express,’ ‘Premiere,’ and ‘Ultra’

Streaming set-top box maker Roku is expected to release an updated lineup of devices this fall, and according to new information, the company will finally move away from including numbers in their naming scheme (i.e. Roku 1, Roku 2, Roku 3). Zatz Not Funny, a frequently reliable source when it comes to leaks, says that instead of seeing a Roku 5, there will be unique names for each model, including the "Roku Express" and "Roku Premiere."

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Uber reportedly lost a staggering $1.2b in first half of 2016

Uber reportedly lost a staggering $1.2b in first half of 2016

When it comes to ride-hailing services, no name is as big as Uber, but even that kind of brand recognition apparently can't stop the company from losing money. According to a Bloomberg report, Uber may have lost as much as $1.2 billion in the first half of 2016, which if true means that Uber has lost more than $4 billion in its short, seven-year existence.

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Nintendo NX could feature motion controls and variable force feedback

Nintendo NX could feature motion controls and variable force feedback

We've already heard a fair amount about Nintendo's upcoming console, codenamed the NX, but today some new whispers are telling us more about the controllers that will come packed with the system. Previous rumors told us that the Nintendo NX will be a hybrid console players could use at home and on the go - complete with a pair of detachable controllers - and this new report is expanding on that, saying that the controllers will come with a degree of motion control that's similar to the Wii remote.

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Apple said to be producing new video sharing social media app

Apple said to be producing new video sharing social media app

Apple, in its search to increase profits after seeing hardware sales trending downward, is said to be looking to the success of companies like Facebook and Snapchat for its inspiration. New reports say that the company is looking into creating an app that will allow users to record, edit, and then share videos either with contacts other to other social media accounts.

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Amazon tipped in plan to launch cheap Echo-only music service

Amazon tipped in plan to launch cheap Echo-only music service

Rumor has it Amazon is working on its own music streaming service that will cost $9.99/month and will compete with the likes of Spotify and similar. Now a new report says that’s only part of Amazon’s plans — the company is also reportedly working on a second music streaming service that will only cost half as much but will come with a big limitation: it’ll only be available on Amazon Echo. For Echo owners, though, that could mean paying a mere $4 or $5/month for music streaming.

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Nintendo NX patent shows controller with swappable buttons

Nintendo NX patent shows controller with swappable buttons

I'd wager that most gamers have sat playing their favorite game with controller in hand and wished that their controller were arranged differently. I know I have wished that there were a button here or there rather than a d-pad at times. A patent application has surfaced that shows Nintendo is thinking about a slick new controller that can be configured to some extent to how the player wants it.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Digital photography fans that are in the market for a new DSLR camera with lots of features may have a new DSLR to lust over with alleged specs and images of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV turning up online. The images show the camera from all angles and show a device that looks very much like you would expect a Canon DSLR to look. The main features of the camera include a 30.4MP image sensor with dual pixel CMOS.

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Galaxy Note 7 shipments could double those of the Note 5

Galaxy Note 7 shipments could double those of the Note 5

The Galaxy Note 7 is shaping up to be one of the best phones Samsung has ever released, and it seems the Korean company is planning on the phone making a pretty big splash. According to new reports, Samsung's monthly Note 7 shipments could eclipse those of the Note 5, coming in at as many as 3 million phones per month during the third quarter of this year.

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