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Fujifilm X-A3
This week Fujifilm launched a new compact system camera, called the X-A3, the mirrorless camera has been designed for the person who takes a lot of selfies, featuring a number of improvements from the previous model, it has a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor (up fro 16.3 megapixels), alongside the addition of an improved flip screen. This new flip scr...
Assassin's Creed Chronicles- China
This week Microsoft revealed the games that will be available for free as part of September's Games with Gold lineup. In total, there are four games, two for the Xbox One and two for the Xbox 360, however, if you have an Xbox One you can actually download all four for free. To download the games you will need to be subscribed to Xbox Live Gol...
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This week Sony unveiled a brand new short throw projector that you might be very interested in. That is because this particular model is capable of throwing a 4K Ultra HD 373.38 cm (147 inch) image to a wall from a very short distance away, this means that there's no tricky installs or alignments. Just place the projector next to the wall that y...
lg v20
Over the last week or so LG has been teasing details about their next smartphone, the LG V20. Previously we have heard that the device would feature a Quad DAC, which is pretty impressive for the audiophiles out there, but that's not all to get excited about. That's because LG updated that news today, revealing that the device will also featu...
Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle
Today Microsoft launched a new Halo Collection Bundle for the Xbox One S, which was unveiled back in July 2016, but is only available to purchase now from selected retailers and Microsoft. It will be available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand with either 500GB or 1TB of storage for $299 USD and $349 respectively. It will include th...
Tesla Model S
Today Tesla announced a brand new version of the Model S electric car. Called the Model S P100D, which is capable of hitting 60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds, a decent upgrade from the P80D's 2.8 seconds. It's also just one-tenth of a second slower than the Ferrari LaFerrari, whilst keeping its four-door sedan design. That impressive speed is thank...
PlayStation Now PC
For some time now, Sony has been running a game streaming service called PlayStation Now, which allows gamers to play select PS3 games for a monthly subscription fee of £12.99. For that, you get access to over 400 PS3 games. What's interesting, is that PlayStation Now is not just limited to the PlayStation consoles, it's also going to be avai...
Rise of the Tomb Raider Blood Ties DLC
Crystal Dynamics has today released the first trailer for the upcoming Raider Blood Ties DLC for the Rise of the Tomb Raider game. The DLC will be released for the Xbox One and PC soon, and then on the PlayStation 4 soon after that it. It will be available with the Season Pass for Rise of the Tomb Raider on the Xbox One and PC, and with the R...
PlayStation 4 Slim
 Today some more details about the PlayStation 4 Slim console have been revealed, alongside the release of an unboxing video. Interestingly, some new details about the console were also revealed today, meaning we now know that the console will come with a new controller, a wired microphone/ earpiece, a power cable, and a Micro USB cable. On the ...
Microsoft HoloLens torn
Microsoft revealed some more details and specifications about their augmented and virtual reality headset, HoloLens. It is now available to pre-order for $3,000, however, before you go out and do that you should read this news about the specifications for the HoloLens. These details were revealed by Nick Baker, the devices engineer at Microso...
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme
Gigabyte unveiled a brand new graphics card this week. Called the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme, which features a total of 1,280 CUDA cores, offering factory-overclocked speeds of up to 1,645MHz core and 1,875MHz GPU Boost in the OC mode. The new GPU also features 8,316MHz GDDR5-effective overclocked memory. This is pretty good when com...
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This week Apple revealed that they will be continuing their Apple Music Festival this year. Set to take place in London next month, Apple Music Festival 10 will be hosted at the Roundhouse London from September 18th till September 30th. We don't know too many details, however, we presume that Apple will be hosting the event in a similar way t...
Locksmart Mini Review
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If you look at your keyring then you will probably notice that you have way too many keys on it, they are annoying, easy to lose, and dig into your leg on the go, it's definitely time we got rid of them. The product that we are reviewing will help you do just that. Called the Dog and Bone LockSmart Mini, it is a smart Bluetooth padlock that allo...
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Today Sony announced their first CarPlay supported in-car audio system. Called the XAV-AX100, Sony says that it will provide you with everything that you need for a long car journey. It comes with support for smartphone connectivity, voice command features, and a complete sound system. With CarPlay, users can also link up their iPhone and acc...
AOC-VR-headset
At Gamescom this week, AOC announced a brand new virtual reality headset. At the moment the VR headset seems to be a prototype from AOC, and there aren't too many details around about it, but AOC did explain more with the following: Virtual reality has a history of being declared “the next big thing” and failing miserably a short time after the...
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Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note 7 in the US today, but already the guys from iFixit have got their hands on a device and have teared it down. As with all other iFixit teardowns, iFixit gave the new smartphone a repairability score on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 is the most difficult to repair and 10 is the easiest to repair. Using this scal...
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