2018’s Find X smartphone from OPPO was one of the most innovative designs of the year, thanks in no small part to it having a slide-up selfie camera instead of sporting a notch nor a punch-hole design. While its successors sport a more mainstream design with punch-hole AMOLED displays with 120Hz refresh rates, they also […]
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Camera flashes aren't normally the sexiest products, but Canon has made its Speedlite 470EX-AI a lot more interesting by using artificial intelligence. As photographers know, you're better off bouncing a flash off a wall or ceiling to best flatter su…
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The new year is right around the corner, which means you’re about to have to deal with keeping your new year’s resolutions. Many of us opt to go for the fitness and health resolution every year, so why not go ahead and buy something that’s going to make that easier? Tomtop, seller of gadgets, gizmos, […]
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There’s both form and function built into these new flash tattoos from the MIT Media Lab. DuoSkin temporary tattoos usher in a new generation of wearables that behave almost like a second skin.
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The Flash Drives for Freedom campaign smuggles foreign media like films, movies, interviews, and website archives into North Korea. Under Kim Jong-un’s ban, citizens are indoctrinated to fear the world outside North Korea and they have no access to outside resources.
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Android Marshmallow is finally here. This means that if happen to have a Nexus device, you will be getting an update in a few weeks. Why wait? This guide will get the most recent version of Android Marshmallow on your device right now.
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