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Let’s talk about commercial drones at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin

Everyone loves drones, including companies with very specific needs. Drones once were the hot new thing and the perfect birthday gift. But drone makers are now realizing that there’s a bigger opportunity with commercial use cases, from farming to inspection. That’s why we’re excited to announce that three founders of ...

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The Moto Z’s Alexa Smart Speaker is mostly useless

The Moto Z is a phone built around a strong gimmick, but it’s a gimmick nonetheless. A little over a year after release, the company has added some interesting Mods to its selection, but none have offered an entirely compelling justification for the phone’s modular system. That certainly applies to ...

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Nintendo Apologises for Animal Crossing Server Problems

Share. Log-in within the next month to claim your free Leaf Tickets. By AlexGilyadov Nintendo has addressed the server issues plaguing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Nintendo has apologized for the problems via an in-game message and is offering 20 Leaf Tickets for all players who log into the mobile game ...

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The best PlayStation 4 games

AAA vs indie darlings It was with the PlayStation 3 that Sony started making a name for itself as the home for thoughtful, quirky, sometimes weird indie games. This directive naturally carried over to the console’s successor. In the PS4’s early years, a steady stream of free (with a PlayStation ...

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Australian 4G coverage in global top 10: OpenSignal

(Image: OpenSignal) Telstra has the highest average 4G speeds while Optus has the best 4G latency and Vodafone Australia the highest 4G availability, according to telecommunications coverage mapping company OpenSignal’s latest report. Telstra’s average 4G download speed between July and September was 37.82Mbps, OpenSignal said, with Vodafone clocking in at ...

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Yesojo Ojo Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

Yesojo’s Ojo projector is a great idea: It’s a portable Nintendo Switch ($299.00 at Amazon.com) dock that lets you project your gameplay on any wall or screen without being tethered to a wall outlet. I’ve spent a few days playing with a prototype of the projector, which is currently on Indiegogo for a planned ...

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