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Nintendo Labo’s piano turns into a mini grand with this 3D printed mod

From the second Nintendo Labo was announced, it was clear that people were going to do cool things with it. While most of those cool things will revolve around the capabilities of Labo’s cardboard constructions and the accompanying software, today we’re seeing a mod that makes Labo’s piano look a bit more familiar. In short: This 3D printed mod turns … Continue reading

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Shelby American Reintroduces the 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake

Of all the ’60s era Ford Mustangs the most desirable are the Shelby cars. The catch is that only a few of those cars survive to this day meaning that most collectors who want one can’t have it. Shelby American has reintroduced the 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake making the car available again for the first time since the … Continue reading

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OSSIC X 3D audio headphone dream is no more

Crowdfunding is always a risky venture, both for the creators as well as the backers. Being successfully funded, even raising three to five to ten times the goal, is never an assurance that the promised product will be delivered. The bigger the ambition, the bigger the risks and the OSSIC X is definitely a big one.

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Sea of Thieves’ The Hungering Deep update dated in new trailer

Last month, Rare detailed its plans to expand the rather light content offerings of Sea of Thieves throughout 2018. There will be a total of six content updates released over the rest of the year, the company said, and the first one is called The Hungering Deep. Rare has launched a new trailer for The Hungering Deep, which tells us … Continue reading

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Where to put your old phone batteries (Hint: NOT in the garbage)

Lithium-ion batteries are exploding at dumps and recycling plants across the United States – and that’s a problem.

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Logitech G305 review: A LIGHTSPEED gaming mouse for the mainstream

I think it’s safe to say that Logitech has been crafting some really solid gaming mice lately. Back in March, I reviewed the G703 and G903 gaming mice, which both come with all the bells and whistles: RGB lighting, Powerplay support, HERO sensors, and LIGHTSPEED technology. I found them to be excellent mice, and I said at the time that … Continue reading

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Xbox One May update serves up Discord integration, 120Hz support

Xbox One’s May update is here, and it’s arriving with a handful of exciting features. Discord is actually taking center stage with this update, and though the app itself isn’t available on Xbox One just yet, this does allow for some degree of integration. Once you’ve applied the May update, you’ll be able to link your Discord and Xbox accounts, … Continue reading

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YouTube Music, YouTube Premium will be included in Google Play Music subscription

This week saw the announcement of two new services from Google: YouTube Music and YouTube Premium, with the latter replacing YouTube Red. YouTube Music is the company’s latest attempt at a full-fledged streaming music service, while YouTube Premium will continue offering the library of original series and movies that were previously on Red

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The best note-taking apps for the iPad Pro and Pencil (2018)

The iPad Pro and Apple Pencil are arguably the best tablet + stylus pairing currently available.

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Xiaomi Mi 8 tipped to feature fingerprint sensor under the display

With edge-to-edge displays quickly becoming the standard among flagship smartphones, meaning the loss of a “chin” for physical home buttons, the race is on to see who can include a reliable fingerprint sensor imbedded in the screen. Both Apple and Samsung have been rumored in the past to be working on this technology, but are said to have experienced difficulties … Continue reading

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