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Pixel 2 Kinda Blue now on Google Store, Project Fi

CES week might not always be the best time to announce new smartphones which could quickly be swept away in the flood of other electronics. It is, on the other hand, the perfect time to do things that would be OK, maybe even preferable, to go under the radar.

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Electra Meccanica SOLO single-seater EV makes unexpected sense

If most car journeys are made with just a single person onboard, why not make a car that’s focused on just that one person? That’s Electra Meccanica’s argument with the SOLO, a single-seater electric car that’s targeted at commuters and urbanites who don’t need to haul around empty seats every time. The result is a battery powered three-wheeler that looks … Continue reading

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Dell XPS 15 goes 2-in-1 with CES 2018 refresh

Shortly before CES kicked off, Dell unveiled its new XPS 13 refresh. Now that the show is underway, Dell is showing off that new notebook the floor, but it also had another, arguably bigger, reveal in store

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Ripple will not supplant Bitcoin if its price hits $7

CNBC’s report on Ripple and Bitcoin this week continues to take effect in hereto unforeseen ways. We spoke yesterday about the segment on “Fast Money” that used the trade site Poloniex to buy one massive amount of Ripple at one time, live on television. Today we’re having a chat about what’s wrong with the way in which the traditional approach … Continue reading

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Razer Project Linda hands-on: Android phone-powered notebook

This week we’re taking a look at the Razer Phone taken to a new universe. This is the Razer Project Linda, a laptop (or notebook, whatever you prefer,) made to house the Razer Phone. This device does nothing without the phone, but with it, it becomes a fully functional Android-based notebook computer

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Philips Hue, Razer Chroma turn gaming rooms into colorful warzones

It might break the stereotype, but gamers love colors.

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Libratone TRACK+ wireless earbuds offer adjustable noise cancellation

Libratone is adding to its range of noise-cancelling earphones, introducing a new in-ear design to the line-up at CES 2018 today. The Libratone TRACK+ Wireless In-Ear Earphones keep the four levels of adjustable noise cancellation that the existing Q Adapt models offer, but package that with Bluetooth instead of cables

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Ripple price just dropped: CNBC is part of the problem

CNBC may well be the reason why Ripple just dropped, after airing a news segment on XRP specifically. Another reason might be that CoinMarketCap decided to remove XRP pricing from Korean exchange desks from the total average – making it appear that that overall price dropped.

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Belkin debuts iPhone X-focused wireless charging devices

With CES 2018 kicking off next week, accessories maker Belkin has unveiled its latest lineup of wireless charging products.

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Acer Swift 7 world’s thinnest notebook finds room for 4G LTE

The fight to keep the “World’s Thinnest Laptop” crown never stops, but Acer’s new Swift 7 isn’t just counting on its super-skinny design to set itself apart, throwing in dedicated cellular connectivity to sweeten the deal. Announced at CES 2018 today, the new notebook is a mere 8.98 mm thick, despite running an Intel Core i7 7th-generation processor and full … Continue reading

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