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Acer’s Swift 3 Laptop Gets 13.3-Inch Display, Slimmer Chassis, LTE Modem

Acer’s Swift 3 Laptop Gets 13.3-Inch Display, Slimmer Chassis, LTE Modem

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Acer on Wednesday introduced its most portable Swift 3-branded laptop to date. The new Swift 3 notebook features a 13.3-inch display and uses a thinner & lighter chassis than its 14-inch predecessors. Furthermore, premium versions of the laptop include a 4G/LTE modem to make them more attractive to road warriors. Quite naturally, the new Swift […]

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No Man’s Sky travel diary: the final entry

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The end of a journey Continue reading…

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Sony came up with a truly inventive name for its new tough SD card series

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Technology is expensive. Yes, as they become more commonplace and demand rises, gadgets become more affordable. But if you invest any kind of money into a piece of high-tech equipment, you still want to use it with some sort of care. That’s why Sony’s new Tough SD card that’s designed to literally withstand getting tossed […]

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Casio’s newest outdoor Wear OS watch is its smallest and longest-lasting one yet

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Casio has revealed the WSD-F30 at IFA 2018 as the latest member of its Pro Trek Smart Outdoor Watch series, which the company has completely redesigned to be less bulky and have a longer battery life. Casio first entered the smartwatch game with the Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10 in 2016. It’s a massive, hiking-focused Wear […]

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Facebook Watch goes international

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A year after it launched in the US, Facebook is taking its Watch video platform international. The company announced in a blog post this morning that the platform will be available globally, meaning partners can now reach an audience of billions of people across countries and languages. That’s a massive audience addition, and it gives […]

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Diesel’s new Full Guard 2.5 is the biggest Wear OS watch yet

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Diesel is a watch sub-brand of Fossil that is perhaps best known for making large watches. It was no surprise, then, when Diesel launched its first Wear OS (then Android Wear) watch last year called On Full Guard. It was one of the largest smartwatches around, measuring in with a 48mm case. While other watch […]

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How should we regulate facial recognition?

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The last Blockbuster: what we really lose when video stores shut down

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Lasts are nearly always nostalgic. The last of its species. The last of its kind. That sense of impending loss is also nearly always poignant in a way that firsts rarely are because passing into memory is its own kind of death. As technology and society change and grow, cultural artifacts necessarily move through this […]

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Spotify adds Showtime to its $5-a-month Hulu bundle for college students

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Last September, Spotify announced a bundle with Hulu for students that costs $5 a month, which is an amazing deal for any college student. Now, nearly a year later, Spotify is dramatically improving on that deal, adding a Showtime subscription to the offering for no additional charge. College students in the US will have access […]

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Bang & Olufsen’s newest wireless neckbuds feature a ‘snap-on charger’ for listening and charging

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Bang & Olufsen debuted a new pair of wireless neckbuds at IFA this week. The buds, called the E6, look nothing like the truly wireless E8 earbuds; they more closely resemble the H5 from 2016, as both are neckbuds with braided cords. The E6’s main selling point appears to be their “snap-on charger,” which would […]

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