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Waboba Moon Ball (Colours Vary)

Buy now £5.21 Bounce this little Waboba Ball of fun to the moon and back. Its bright colour makes it easy to see as it comes hurtling towards you. Super lightweight, it’s incredibly bouncy and reaches up to 100 feet. The cool flat edges give it loads of spin and ...

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The Morning After: Weekend Edition

My name is Christopher Trout, your new editor-in-chief. You may not recognize my name, but chances are you've read something I've written. When I arrived at Engadget nearly seven years ago, I was a freelancer fresh off of unemployment, our rivalry wi… Source link

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Acer Predator 21 X review – CNET

If you hate the idea of this massive 21-inch curved screen gaming laptop, you’re not going to buy it. If you love the idea of this massive 21-inch curved screen gaming laptop, you’re still not going to buy it — because it costs as much as a used car. But ...

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iMounTEK Mini [Dictionary Style] Secret Jewelry Money Cash Coin Travel Security [Safe] Book Box W/ Key Lock. Stainless Steel “The New English Dictionary” Book Safe Gadget & Contains 2 Keys (Blue)

Buy now £34.99 Security Steel Book Safe A book safe may seem like something out of the movies, but it’s a great way to store your valuables. This unintrusive safe looks like a regular dictionary, but open the cover and you’ll find a stainless steel safe with two keys. It ...

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Crunch Report | Google Home Gets More Personal

 Today’s Stories  Google Home can now recognize up to six voices and give personalized responses Google said to be planning a built-in ad blocker for Chrome GoPro to release prosumer spherical camera in fall 2017 FTC tells ‘influencers’ to quit trying to hide the fact that they’re shilling for brands ...

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The Morning After: Friday, April 21st 2017

Changes aheadWe’re learning from our past to inform our future. It’s not the weekend yet, but we have a letter from the new editor-in-chief, Christopher Trout walking down memory lane and laying out what you can expect from Engadget in the future. In short, “authoritative reporting on the tech industry ...

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