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Nintendo Labo review – CNET

Labo may be Nintendo’s weirdest idea in video games ever. And that’s saying something. This is the company that created some of the most offbeat gaming concepts in history, from wildly interesting flops like 1995’s Virtual Boy to megasuccesses like the Nintendo Wii. Mixing papercraft, brilliant designs and a bit ...

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God of War: Locked Rune Chest Solutions

In God of War (2018), Nornir Chests are a type of collectible that are tracked in all the regions you can explore. These chests offer treasures that can upgrade your maximum health or rage – but to unlock them you will have to solve puzzles. Here are all of the ...

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This robot can build your IKEA furniture

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who hate building IKEA furniture and madmen. Now, thanks to IkeaBot, the madmen can be replaced. IkeaBot is a project built at Control Robotics Intelligence (CRI) group at NTU in Singapore. The team began by teaching robots to insert pins ...

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Ask Engadget: What are the best apps and tools for the blind?

Dana WollmanExecutive Editor Howdy folks, it me: your friendly neighborhood Engadget editor. This week’s question is a personal one. My father suddenly lost much of his vision recently. (He has been a total trooper.) Driving is of course out of the question, but he’s otherwise exploring various apps, settings and ...

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The LG G7 smartphone: News, rumors, and everything we know

Malarie Gokey/Digital Trends Malarie Gokey/Digital Trends LG pulled out all the stops to deliver one of 2017’s best smartphones in the G6. With its breakthrough design, massive display for its size, excellent wide-angle camera, and dependable performance, it was a return to form for the company that had something of ...

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Apple iPad (2018) review: The best gets even better

Four years ago, my daughter would come home from school and tell me all about the games and applications she used at school that day. Apps that taught her numbers and letters, then later math and how to read. As my two younger kids started going to school, I looked ...

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