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If this OnePlus 5 teaser is real, it’ll resemble Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus

It’s likely the OnePlus 5 debuts sometime early this summer, meaning we’re just weeks away from seeing a new high-end phone on the scene. Teasers and reports, though, are giving us information early. And the latest leak involves the phone’s design. The 2017 flagship from OnePlus could end up looking a lot like the Apple […]

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Gboard’s latest update for Android lets users translate in real time

Gboard, formerly known as Google Keyboard on Android, now lets you translate text in real time in the subject box. The keyboard app will also suggest emojis and GIFs as you type, and voice typing has an improved new interface.

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They’re real. We slipped on Nike’s HyperAdapt 1.0 self-lacing sneakers

At Nike’s showroom in New York City, we tried on Nike’s highly anticipated self-lacing shoes, Hyperadapt 1.0. Tiffany Beers, senior innovator at Nike, spoke with us about its creation and how the future Hyperadapt sneakers may look.

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Real smartwatches have curves: Third-gen Asus Zenwatch could swap shapes

After two models with a distinctive rectangular screen, Asus may switch to a circular screen for the Zenwatch 3, according to early rumors. Here’s what we think we know about the new smartwatch.

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The love of your life can hear your heartbeat in real time with smart wedding band

The HB Ring, a luxury wedding band from jewelry company Touch, transmits your heartbeat to a loved one in real time. It’s not cheap, though — a pair starts at $ 600.

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Science fiction uses ultraviolet light to kill vampires: real science uses it fight and kill something worse — cancer

Sci-Fi taught us ultraviolet light was a weapon to use against the scary undead stalking the night. Actual science has discovered that it may be an extremely effective treatment for cancer.

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It doesn’t get much cooler than using a VR viewer designed by a real life rock star

Tired of tech with no soul? How about a VR viewer for your phone with a design that’s inspired by Victorian technology, and designed by real life rock star Brian May? You’ll want the Owl Stereoscope, and we’ve tried it out.

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China’s realistic robot Jia Jia can chat with real humans

The University of Science and Technology of China has recently unveiled an eerily realistic robot named Jia Jia. While she looks more human-like than that creepy ScarJo robot, you'll probably still find yourself plunging head first into the uncanny v…
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This Xiaomi Mi 5 render shows the handset with a real home button

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The opportunity came and went for Xiaomi to announce the Mi 5 at its November 24 event, but the company did use that date to launch the Mi Pad 2 and Redmi Note 3. Among the ‘special’ features being rumored for the handset is a technology not unlike Apple’s 3D Touch. The technology, known elsewhere as Force Touch, utilizes a pressure-sensitive display for extended long-presses. But, today, what’s below the display is what’s being talked about around the world.

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A leaked render of the device obtained by GizmoChina shows that Xiaomi could be implementing a physical home button just below the display of the Mi 5. Most, if not all, Xiaomi handsets have capacitive buttons for Back, Home, and Recents; however, that is not the case here. The likely explanation for this is that Xiaomi is using a fingerprint scanner that is located on the front of the Mi 5 rather than the back.

Specifications for the handset allegedly include a 5.2-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 3GB or 4GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, and 21MP / 8MP cameras. The Mi 5 should ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow; however, Xiaomi is undoubtedly going to put its MIUI 7 overlay on Google’s software.

It is believed that the Mi 5 will be debuting on January 21 with availability starting the next month.

Via: GizmoChina

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The Pepsi phone is real, and here’s what it looks like

The Pepsi P1 will go on sale in China later this year, Pepsi said. It’s the beverage conglomerate’s first branded Android smartphone, and it features Pepsi’s signature logo.

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Kopin’s new heads-up Solos glasses shows your cycling stats in real time

Kopin has revealed the Solos, a pair of smart glasses aimed at cyclists. It takes voice commands and pairs with a smartphone and activity trackers to display real-time stats.

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