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iPad gen 9 revealed with boosted front camera, similar price

iPad gen 9 revealed with boosted front camera, similar price

Apple released a new iPad with A13 chip with Neural Engine and iOS 15 inside. This new iPad looks a whole lot like its predecessor, with a curved back edges and a Touch ID sensor up front (in the home button). This device has a single camera on the front and a single camera on the front. The frontside camera has a 12MP Ultra Wide camera with 122-degree FoV - the biggest update to the camera in quite a while.

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New iPad leaks just before iPhone event

New iPad leaks just before iPhone event

Today a leak of a new iteration of the iPad mini was found in a parts listing in Japan. This new device looks as though it'll sport an 8.38-inch display with equal-sized bezels around the entirety of its frame with no front-facing fingerprint reader (Touch ID). This new device could very possibly be released for sale in the month of October, 2021.

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LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema turns your wall into a 325-inch 8K TV

LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema turns your wall into a 325-inch 8K TV

LG is wading into the "wall-sized TV" space, giving Samsung's The Wall some competition with the new LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema. Capable of spanning 16:9 aspect sizes from 81-inches through to a whopping 325-inches diagonal, the custom-installed displays can also be fitted in wall-filling 32:9 aspect UltraStretch layouts.

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Sonos Beam (Gen 2) adds Dolby Atmos and HDMI eARC support

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) adds Dolby Atmos and HDMI eARC support

Sonos has revealed its newest soundbar, with the next-generation Beam (Gen 2) keeping the compact footprint but adding Dolby Atmos support and more. The updated version follows on from the larger Sonos Arc, with HDMI eARC support and 3D audio from a single box, though at a much more attainable price.

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Amazon One contactless identification system lands at a popular concert venue

Amazon One contactless identification system lands at a popular concert venue

Amazon has announced that as it's celebrating its first anniversary since the launch of Amazon One, the service has expanded and is now available at a popular concert venue in Denver, Colorado. The concert venue is one of the most iconic and beautiful in the entire country and is called Red Rocks Amphitheater.

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HTC Vive Pro 2 Full Kit is now available

HTC Vive Pro 2 Full Kit is now available

It's been months since we first got details on the HTC Vive Pro 2 VR headset back in May. VR fans waiting in anticipation for the Vive Pro 2 kit to be available can now preorder the entire kit in North America. While the headset launched earlier this year, the full kit includes the headset, two base stations, and two VIVE controllers.

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Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 supports video conferencing and more

Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 supports video conferencing and more

Samsung has revealed a new 24-inch computer monitor designed with an integrated webcam called the Webcam Monitor S4. The monitor is model number S40VA and was designed specifically to meet the needs of hybrid workers in the modern remote working environment. The device has an integrated webcam, speakers, and microphone that supports any video conferencing platform.

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Google fined $177 million in South Korea for anti-competitive practices

Google fined $177 million in South Korea for anti-competitive practices

In many parts of the world, Google and Apple are frequently accused of abusing their market-dominant positions to stifle competition and innovation. Recently in South Korea, the country's competition regulator fined Google 207.4 billion Korean won, or $176.9 million. The fine was levied against Google for abusing its dominant market position in smartphone operating systems to limit competition.

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Logitech G435 Wireless Gaming Headset brings Lightspeed to PS5

Logitech G435 Wireless Gaming Headset brings Lightspeed to PS5

Throughout the years, we've seen Logitech add its Lightspeed 2.4Ghz wireless tech to a variety of accessories including mice and keyboards. The number of headsets that support Lightspeed is quite a bit lower than the wide range of gaming mice and keyboards that support it, but today that number is growing by one with the introduction of the G435 Wireless Gaming Headset.

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Firefox works around cumbersome Windows 11 default browser prompts

Firefox works around cumbersome Windows 11 default browser prompts

Microsoft is making security an indispensable pillar and marketing point for Windows 11 to the point that all eligible PCs are required to have TPM 2.0 present and enabled. Given Windows' image and recent security incidents in the past few years, that move isn't exactly surprising. Microsoft, however, might be taking things too far when it revamped Windows 11's system for setting default applications. Mozilla has apparently had enough and has implemented a one-click way to set Firefox as the default web browser on Windows 11 against Microsoft's envisioned policy.

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Galaxy S21 FE launch might be near, Exynos 2100 model confirmed

Galaxy S21 FE launch might be near, Exynos 2100 model confirmed

The Galaxy S21 FE might be one of Samsung's most troubled phones this year, and that's before it even has the chance to launch. Designed to supplement the reportedly disappointing sales of the Galaxy S21 flagship, the Fan Edition has repeatedly been rumored to face production issues attributed to the global chip shortage. Those troubles might finally be in the past, and it seems that Samsung is close to launching this affordable Galaxy S smartphone, sadly with some disappointing points.

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Google Messages nudge takes a page out of Gmail’s book

Google Messages nudge takes a page out of Gmail’s book

The amount of information that we're bombarded with every day is almost a sure-fire way for important things to slip through the cracks. While many will rely on their brainpower to remember things, it has been proven that the majority of people tend to forget too easily. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of technological solutions that try to give as a nudge about forgotten but important tasks, and Google is bringing one such solution to its Messages Android app after baking for years in Gmail.

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