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Daniel CooperSenior Editor When Microsoft began talking about its Mixed Reality program earlier this year, the whole thing left me pretty cold. The company claimed that it could slash the cost of a VR headset almost in half, and that the kit would even work with PCs that used only ...

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PowerUp 3.0 Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane

Buy now £24.99 Product Description Pilot turned inventor, Shai Goitein launched PowerUp Toys in 2011. He saw firsthand how people of all ages were enchanted by the magic of flight. Inspired, he began working on a recreational toy that would capture the emotion, feeling and wonder of flight. PowerUp technology ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Phone review – CNET

After testing it from San Francisco to Los Angeles and up to Lake Tahoe, I can confidently say that the Galaxy Note 8 is without a doubt Samsung’s best, most feature-packed phone. But it’s also deeply burdened. Does it scrub away the bad taste of last year’s disastrous Note 7 ...

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Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom review – CNET

Like Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus ($795.25 at Amazon Marketplace) and a few other Android phones, the Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom has two rear cameras and optical zoom. The difference here is that the ZenFone 3 Zoom lets you zoom in closer than its rivals. Instead of 2x, you get 2.3x. ...

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Roku files for $100M IPO

Roku has filed for an initial public offering and is looking to raise up to $100 million. The company will be listed on the NASDAQ appropriately under the ticker of ROKU. We reported in July that Roku was planning an IPO in 2017. Roku has been able to capitalize on the cord-cutting ...

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Nokia 8's dual-camera is good, but rival phones offer more

Also, after being spoiled with the camera app control options of Nokia’s Lumia phones years ago, the lack of true manual controls and tweaks was also disappointing. There are three focus modes: include center-weighted, evaluative — which generally involves face detection — and old-fashioned auto, while there’s similarly limited options ...

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