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August’s new smart locks know if your door’s ajar

August’s new smart locks know if your door’s ajar

August has rolled out a trio of new devices, including a pair of connected locks that can tell whether your door is actually closed or not, and a smarter doorbell camera. Offering features like Apple
Synology has a new DiskStation NAS for every need

Synology has a new DiskStation NAS for every need

Once a tool for hardcore computer users only, network attached storage solutions or NAS have now become critical even for some households. That’s because these boxes come with storage reliability and

Samsung’s 1000 fps camera in the works, ready to beat Sony

Samsung isn’t new when it comes to mobile photography as the company sells compact cameras that make our lives easier. When it comes to phone cameras, its premium phones especially exceed our

Square Enix’s King’s Knight now out to Android, 3 decades after original release

The game King’s Knight was originally released in Japan in 1986, a game that blended scrolling and shooting elements with standard RPG gameplay. Now, after more than 30 years, Square Enix is releasing
Stylish FABRIQ Chorus speakers let you activate Alexa by voice

Stylish FABRIQ Chorus speakers let you activate Alexa by voice

Long before the surge of speakers and accessories pleding allegiance to Amazon’s smart assistant, FABRIQ’s cloth-covered wireless speakers were already speaking Alexa’s language. Launched last year,

Sony’s 3D Creator app ported other Marshmallow-powered devices

Sony’s 3D Creator app will debut on the upcoming Sony Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact. It was one of the highlights of the Sony presentation at IFA 2017 in Berlin, and a lot of people were automatically
Red Sox cheated with Fitbit, not Apple Watch, source claims

Red Sox cheated with Fitbit, not Apple Watch, source claims

Remember the Major League Baseball drama going on between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees? The two teams have accused the other of cheating, with the Red Sox in particular being accused of

Verizon to disconnect 8,500 customers due to “substantial” data use

In a move that will probably not gain them any rural America friends, Verizon is now sending out notices to around 8,500 customers that they will be disconnected from the network because they live in
Google adds local library ebook options to search results

Google adds local library ebook options to search results

If it has been a long while since you last used a library, you may be surprised to learn that many of them have a digital library that offers up digital goods to card holders. Among these digital

Jaybird launches new Run, Freedom 2 with Speedfit wireless earphones

We know Jaybird as a brand that introduces some of the best wireless earphones in the market. We’ve featured a number of pairs already including the Freedom X2, Jaybird X3, and the Freedom Wireless
US Navy uses Xbox 360 controllers for its most advanced submarines

US Navy uses Xbox 360 controllers for its most advanced submarines

The lowly Xbox 360 controller: it is more than a decade old, no longer the primary Xbox gamepad, and it also happens to be the US Navy’s top choice for controlling its most advanced submarines. Not

Samsung’s PhoneCast VR allows you to run 2D apps in virtual reality

When Samsung released the PhoneCast VR app for the Gear VR, it was originally an app intended for using various media player apps within a virtual reality environment. Now in the app’s most recent
AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

Sometimes companies and even governments release their own online or mobile games, and though the reasons vary, they’re usually not that great. AT&T’s own mobile game, Threat Defender, is no

Bixby button can now be disabled

The Bixby is potentially one of the best features of Samsung’s 2017 flagship phones but the feature isn’t fully working yet. It is available alright but still needs some changes and improvements. More

SEGA Forever games’ IAP items available at half the price

Since June, SEGA has been bringing classic games to mobile with the Sega Forever collection. A number of games have been added already including the Virtua Tennis Challenge, The Revenge of Shinobi,
Bacteria caught eating chemo drugs meant for cancerous tumors

Bacteria caught eating chemo drugs meant for cancerous tumors

Bacteria has been spotted ‘eating’ chemotherapy drugs intended for treating cancerous tumors, potentially opening the door for more effective cancer treatments in the future. According to a new study,
The next smartphone spec race: unnecessarily fast slow-mo

The next smartphone spec race: unnecessarily fast slow-mo

If a report from South Korea proves true, the next smartphone spec race is not on quality, but on speed. The report suggests that Samsung is set to create its own 3-layer image sensor that’s able to

Nokia 8 ready to receive Android 8.0 Oreo soon

We’re closely watching out for the Android 8.0 Oreo to roll out for the Nokia 8 especially since the brand confirmed new Android smartphones will receive Oreo. Contrary to earlier reports that it’s
Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One will be 95GB excluding 4K content

Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One will be 95GB excluding 4K content

If you’re an Xbox One owner with your heart set on Forza Motorsport 7, start preparing your hard drive now. The Forza team has revealed some details ahead of the game’s release, and one of those
The Oregon Trail returns to schools in Minecraft: Education Edition

The Oregon Trail returns to schools in Minecraft: Education Edition

Many kids who attended school in the 1980s and 1990s will probably have fond memories of The Oregon Trail. An educational game meant to show children what life was like for the 19th century Pioneer