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Sennheiser wants you to slap a giant wireless mic on your kids to record precious moments

Sennheiser wants you to slap a giant wireless mic on your kids to record precious moments

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As the rise of ASMR videos indicates, it’s becoming more apparent that good audio is as important as what we see on screens. Sennheiser’s new Memory Mic is an interesting concept designed for the smartphone videographer. The mic attaches magnetically to your clothes and can record up to four hours of audio at any distance […]

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RED’s holographic Hydrogen One phone gets even closer to release with FCC approval

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RED’s upcoming Hydrogen One smartphone still doesn’t have a concrete release date, but we’re presumably getting even closer to launch, given that the phone has cleared the FCC’s approval process this week, via PhoneScoop. In addition to confirming that the Hydrogen One is in fact a real device that RED will legally be allowed to […]

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Alldocube X Tablet Launching Mid-August

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While the Android tablet market doesn’t seem to be very exciting these days, Chinese manufacturer Alldocube has announced a new tablet which looks pretty nice, yet fits into the low-cost category. The Alldocube X Tablet is launching in mid-August with an introductory price of $269. The X Tablet features a 10.5-inch 2560×1600 Samsung AMOLED display, […]

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Google Daydream View virtual reality headset is $70 off

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The Google Daydream View headset is deeply discounted at Verizon, marked down from $99 to $29.98. This price isn’t locked to Verizon users; any visitor can access it. Strangely, this sale price only applies to the charcoal color, not the fog or coral options. Still, it’s a great deal on this second iteration headset and […]

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Facebook is making its first serious move to monetize WhatsApp

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Facebook is getting serious about monetizing WhatsApp after the social network reported sluggish earnings growth last Wednesday. WhatsApp has rolled out three new ways for customers to connect quickly with businesses: a shortcut button to immediately start a conversation, the ability to have businesses send you information like a boarding pass on WhatsApp, and real-time […]

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The Silicon Motion SM2262EN SSD Controller Preview: Good And Bad Amplified

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Silicon Motion’s high-end NVMe controller is being updated as the SM2262EN. It sets new records by improving on the strengths of the original SM2262, but it also exacerbates the weak points of this architecture. The end result might be an even better mainstream or high-end consumer SSD, but it will require careful firmware tuning from […]

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No Man’s Sky travel diary: leaving the nest

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Two years ago, when No Man’s Sky first launched, I wrote a journal that chronicled my adventures in the game’s sprawling, procedurally generated universe. Since then, the game has changed considerably, most recently with the No Man’s Sky Next expansion, which is the biggest update yet. It adds new styles of planets, proper multiplayer, and […]

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Master Replicas Group’s HAL-9000 Bluetooth speaker is now on Indiegogo

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2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s classic science fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey. To commemorate the occasion, Master Replicas Group has opened preorders for its replica of the film’s iconic computer HAL-9000. The company announced earlier this year that it would produce the replica, which would also double as a speaker. At […]

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This Avengers coding kit lets kids build their own superpowers like Shuri

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You don’t need otherworldly powers to be a superhero: some superpowers include just being really rich or insanely smart. Now, you can actually be Tony Stark or Shuri with LittleBits’ Avengers Hero Inventor Kit, which was made in collaboration with Marvel. Each kit comes with interchangeable “bits,” or electronic building blocks, that attach magnetically to […]

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Netgear Expands Insight-Supported Network Switch Lineup

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Netgear has introduced a number of new products in their business network switch lineup over the last couple of months. The most interesting one is the push towards more cloud-managed switches, and that is bound to please a few IT administrators. Two new 52-port switches are joining the Insight lineup, allowing high-capacity deployments to be […]

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