Gadgets Newswire (Page 11)

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  1. E-gear Portable Collapsible Camping Stove Makes Outdoor Life A CinchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    For those of you who feel that the comforts of a 5-star hotel is not going to cut the mustard for you, as you prefer something that is a whole lot more natural, then here is news for you. Etekcity has come up with what they call the E-gear Portable Collapsible Camping Stove , where you should not run into any kinds of problems whatsoever by toting this lightweight stove around, and one ought to plan the upcoming camping trip to include this bad boy.

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  2. Brighton's vertical cable car tower tops out in 10 weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Gizmag

    A 162-m tall observation tower being built in Brighton, UK, has its reached full height in just 10 weeks. It is claimed that the Brighton i360 will be the world's tallest moving observation tower when it opens next year, and will give visitors views of up to 26 miles around.

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  3. Microsoft Looking Into Dead Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Beta CodesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    Unfortunately it seems that for some reason, some of the beta codes that gamers were given were dead, meaning that they aren't able to access the beta. that this is an issue that is known to them and that they are working on it.

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  4. Sony's Smartphone IFA 2015 Teaser Continues In Latest TweetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    In case that wasn't enough, Sony has since In this particular photo, Sony basically provides a more specific time and date for their announcement, which will be taking place on the 2nd of September at 16:45 CET. Interestingly enough the phone used in the teaser has been blanked out, leaving us to wonder what kind of handset we might be able to expect.

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  5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Tablet AnnouncedRead the original story

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    While Samsung might have recently announced new phones in the form of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ , it seems that is not all the South Korean tech giant is up to. They have just announced a new high-end tablet as well in the form of the Galaxy Tab S2, which will arrive in two different sizes: a 8-inch model and a 9.7-inch model.

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  6. Sony Japan Has Created A Weird TV Remote Speaker ComboRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    Our televisions are one gadget, our remote controls are another gadget, and our speakers are also another gadget, and typically all these gadgets exist separately. However it seems that over in Japan, Sony has created .

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  7. Samsung Games Name Trademarked In South KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    Samsung is probably best known for creating mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. They are also known for their televisions and displays, and to a certain extent even household electronics like vacuum cleaners, fridges, washing machines, and so on.

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  8. Former 'Game of War' exec arrested for stealing company secretsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    A former manager at the company that makes Game of War -- that's the one with Kate Upton, not the one with Ned Stark -- has been arrested for allegedly downloading trade secrets relating to the title. Jing Zeng was grabbed by FBI agents at the airport shortly before he was due to board a flight to Beijing on August 20th.

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  9. ICYMI: Firework autocannon, Sony drone, and manga noodle botsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    Today on In Case You Missed It, we showcase a double-barreled fireworks cannon that's just slightly less dangerous than that personal flamethrower you've had your eye on. We've also got Sony's first drone prototype -- it's a little remote controlled Harrier! And if you thought that explainer video from Snapchat's CEO was terrible, just wait until you see this Alienware unboxing .

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  10. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 pre-orders start todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    We know what the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 looks like, but what about the important stuff? Namely, when we'll be able to get our paws on it and how much it'll cost? Well, boy howdy the Korean electronics juggernaut's answered both of those questions this morning. You can pre-order the slate starting today and the device hits "select" US retailers and carriers come September 3rd.

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  11. Verizon's Hum can turn your '97 Stratus into a connected carRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    If you want in on the connected car action but your vehicle is older than the internet itself, Verizon's new Hum service may help. It's a $15 per month plan that includes an iOS or Android smartphone app and CDMA-enabled hardware that plugs into an OBD-II port, something all 1996 and newer vehicles have.

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  12. 3D-printed microscopic fish could be forerunners to smart "microbots"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Gizmag

    As PDA nanoparticles in the microfish bodies bind with toxins, the microfish turn fluorescent red Tiny 3D-printed robotic fish smaller than the width of a human hair may one day deliver drugs to specific places in our bodies and sense and remove toxins, thanks to research at the University of California, San Diego. The so-called microfish are self-propelled, magnetically steered, and powered by hydrogen peroxide nanoparticles.

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  13. Can your cat resist the solar-powered IrresistiCat?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Gizmag

    Solar-powered homes , cars , and planes are all well and good, but decades of research in the field have finally resulted in something really useful: the IrresistiCat solar-powered cat toy. It's a simple device, featuring a ball that's propelled around a circular enclosure when enough juice has been received from its solar panel.

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  14. Only Sony could make this TV remote and speaker hybridRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    We love Sony's penchant for crazy products like the P clamshell Android tablet, and who can forget the Rolly music player slash robotic, LED flashing... thing? Judging by a new speaker, the company still has a whimsical side despite falling profits . The SRS-LSR100 pairs a TV remote with a wireless speaker, which receives a 2.4GHz signal from dongle attached to your TV or stereo.

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  15. Amazon UK will waive delivery fees if you pick your order upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    In order to be eligible for "free" Amazon deliveries, you either need to spend 20 for Super Saver Delivery or jump aboard the 79 Prime train . From today, though, Amazon has another shipment option it'd like to run by you.

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  16. 'Angry Birds' studio cuts another 260 jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    The firm behind Angry Birds has announced that it's laying off a further 260 employees as it attempts to become a smaller and more profitable company. CEO Pekka Rantala admits that Rovio was too eager to "explore new business opportunities," which it did by doing "too many things."

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  17. Microsoft's DisplayCover prototype demonstrates a new way of interacting with tabletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Gizmag

    ... in action in the video below. Dave is a freelance technology journalist who has been writing about apps, gadgets and the Web for more than a decade. He lives in Manchester, UK, and when he's not tapping out words on a keyboard he can often be found ...

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  18. Impoverished 'Star Wars' company to hold merchandise telethonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    Things are clearly tough over at Disney headquarters. Having only grossed $2 billion from Avengers: Age of Ultron and Inside Out , the company needs your help to stay afloat.

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  19. LG's non-curved 4K OLED TVs are finally hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    LG is finally ready to sell the OLED 4K TVs it revealed in January , including the first ever flat models. The Korean company has invested huge sums in OLED tech, believing that consumers will be drawn in by the improved black levels, better off-axis viewing angles and more saturated colors.

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  20. Final Fantasy VII's New Battle System Will Be By Trial And ErrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ubergizmo

    As the company had previously pointed out, this will be a remake and not a HD remaster, and have mentioned that it , but what exactly are those changes? For starters we know initially there are no plans to use the old ATB system, so what will it be? According to of the project's producer Yoshinori Kitase with Famitsu, it will mostly rely on trial and error until they figure it out. "We're starting to see the visual direction.

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