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Video shows how Windows 10 looks like on a Xiaomi Mi 4

Looks like things are about to get real and about to get messy.

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Facebook’s Riff is a collaborative video app, like Vine on steroids

Facebook just released their newest app, Riff, a collaborative video app that lets you create video clips, share them with friends, and see what new clip they add-on to it. You can watch videos made by friends, or join a video by adding your own clip. Riff is trying to let users crowdsource the next viral video

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Nintendo outs its amiibo plans: next wave starts May 29

Nintendo has seen rampant success with its amiibo lineup, something we've detailed at various times including earlier this year. That momentum has encouraged the company to keep going, and so it will be dropping loads of new amiibo, including the Yarn Yoshi we saw this evening. The first wave of new amiibo, which include PacMan and Wario, will be arriving … Continue reading

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Apple’s trade-in program in China may not be going so well

A new iPhone is expensive, which is why Apple’s trade-in program is so popular. Take your old phone in, and you’re immediately credited towards the purchase of a new iPhone. When it works, it’s sublime.

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New Atmel IoT chip’s battery life can last 10 years

Batteries, already the Achilles heel of mobile devices, present an even bigger challenge for even smaller devices, like wearables and the budding Internet of Things industry. These latter devices are not things that you would, or should, associate with the frequent charging and battery replacement we are used to on smartphones

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You can finally opt out and remove Verizon’s “supercookie”

Verizon Wireless is finally letting users completely opt out of its tracking program which uses undeletable tracking codes called "supercookies". Prior to this, customers no longer received targeted advertizing after opting out from Verizon's data collection program.

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Bell Labs Could Send Sign Language Over The Phone – In 1979

Back in the good ‘ole days before the internet and Yo and Meerkat and Snapchat, we had one way to talk to people in faraway lands: the telephone. But a microphone and speaker aren’t much use if you’re hearing impaired.

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Dyson Pure Cool is a swanky option for purifying your home’s air

Dyson recently introduced a new home purifying unit that will be arriving in the United States in the near future, and it is bid as a way to make your home's air clean and as breathable as possible.

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Alcatel’s OS-agnostic OneTouch Watch now up for pre-order

Alcatel’s OneTouch Watch made its debut at CES this year, and like many other Alcatel devices, promises to bring decent performance at an appropriate price point.

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LG G4 expected April 28 as specs tipped via benchmark

Rumors have been flying this month about the LG G4. First a rendering leaked that appears to confirm the device will have a curved body. Some photos claiming to be of the G4 then surfaced, though there was some thought that those images might be of a LG G4 Note.

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