Monthly Archives: July 2017

Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (15-inch, 2017) review – CNET

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I’ll start off with the good news. If you splurged on one of Apple‘s very expensive high-end 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops when its big redesign was launched in the fall of 2016, you’re not going to feel especially put out by this modest mid-2017 update. The aluminum outer body remains the same as does the […]

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7 Items for Grilling on Your Tiny Apartment's Balcony or Roof

For those of us confined to tiny balconies, or even a roof, grilling is a challenge. But it’s not impossible. Source link

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What to Bring on a Road Trip to Keep Kids Happy

For the perfect road trip with kids, you need to pack a lot of stuff. The right stuff. Source link

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SteamVR's Knuckles Controller Wraps Around Your Hand, So You Can Let Go Without Dropping It

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The SteamVR Knuckles controllers being developed for HTC Vive want to offer way more than just motion tracking; these controllers can track your fingers without you having to worry about dropping them. Denny Unger of Cloudhead Games demoed the prototype controllers in a recent video, showing off what the experience promises. Unlike the Oculus Touch […]

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Fullmetal Alchemist Manga Hardcover Edition Announced

By Alex Osborn The Fullmetal Alchemist manga will return next year with a collector’s edition hardcover release, Viz Media announced today at Anime Expo. Titled Fullmetal Alchemist: Fullmetal Edition, this remastered work, featuring new lettering, an updated translation and all the original color pages, will release in May 2018. This special hardcover edition will also […]

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GST Impact: Asus ZenFone 3, ZenFone 3 Max Models Receive Price Cuts in India

Asus has become one of the first manufacturers to announce post-GST price cuts on some of its smartphones, with prices reduced by as much as Rs. 3,000 on some models. While Asus has not issued a press release announcing the price cuts just yet, Gadgets 360 has learnt that Asus retail partners have already been […]

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Even more movies you shouldn’t really be streaming, ever

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It turns out there are a lot of bad movies on Netflix and Amazon begging for someone, anyone to click on them. Given their awfulness, though, it’s sometimes hard to find a terrible movie to stream. Amazon and Netflix’s algorithms mean that they (quite rightly) try and serve you with passable movies that you may […]

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Too good: Time to stop making iPads

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Too bad for Apple that they didn’t realize they reached peak iPad last year. Stick a fork in it, Tim. It’s done. (Note: do not stick a real fork in your iPad as it will void the warranty.) Writing for the Forbes contributor network and scratch-and-dent idea outlet, Harold Stark is disappointment incarnate. “The New […]

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Google wants to kill your phone

Google is working hard to make phones obsolete. The company wouldn’t admit this. And they don’t want me to say it. They still have to make nice with mobile phone carriers who support and sell Android phones. In getting rid of the phone as we know it, Google is both on the right side of […]

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LG's mini G6 is coming, and will be called the LG Q6

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At the start of May we got word that LG might be working on a mini version of its flagship LG G6 phone – one that would reduce the screen size from 5.7 inches to 5.4 inches, and keep the 18:9 aspect ratio – but back then we weren’t sure whether the project was still […]

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