Monthly Archives: November 2015

You partly have Eric Schmidt to thank for the new $5 Raspberry Pi

While many of you were supposed to be eating turkey on Thursday, you were instead geeking out over Raspberry PI's newest computer, the Zero: a pint-sized module that costs just $ 5. But according to a new interview, that $ … Read the rest of this entry

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Build a powerful PC out of Black Friday deals

To see how far Black Friday deals go, we decided to see if we could piece together a PC using components on sale for more than an hour. Not every dream component is on sale, and some better components might be available … Read the rest of this entry

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Fallout 4 unique weapons guide

You could just cheat and use Fallout 4′s console commands to enjoy an unlimited bounty of rare guns, but that’s not as fun as finding them legitimately. Well, semi-legitimately, because we’re going to tell you exactly where they are with a good old … Read the rest of this entry

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The best electric shaver

By Dan Koeppel This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best things for your home. Read the full article here.After more than eight months of testing with a dozen different men and a … Read the rest of this entry

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The best gaming motherboards

When it comes to gaming, it pays to be picky about motherboards. Shortcomings that otherwise go unnoticed in office applications can crash the party in action or racing games, and keep you off leaderboards like a case of shaky hands. … Read the rest of this entry

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Sony confirms official PS4 Remote Play app for Windows and Mac

Well that was quick. It's only been a couple of days since someone came up with an unofficial app to stream PlayStation 4 gaming to PC, but earlier today, Sony's awesome Shuhei Yoshida confirmed on Twitter that his company is … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Spencer’ the robot is here to help guide lost airline passengers

Meet Spencer. This armless automaton will begin a test run in Schiphol Amsterdam Airport at the end of the month, greeting and guiding harried travellers through the transport hub's famously confusing terminal system. Navigating it is so challenging,… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Watch ESA explain how it plans to find gravitational waves

In just under a week the European Space Agency (ESA) will launch its LISA Pathfinder spacecraft on a Vega rocket. Buried within the vessel are two cubes made of gold-platinium which, scientists hope, can lay the groundwork for measuring gravitational… … Read the rest of this entry

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Watch this Czech pirate’s YouTube video or he’ll get a huge fine

The Czech Republic's first convicted software pirate has been offered an unexpected way of escaping punishment: log 200,000 video views on YouTube and Facebook or be handed a huge fine. The man in question, who is 30 years old and … Read the rest of this entry

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Huawei still thinks 6-inch phablets is the way to go

It's been well over a year since Huawei launched its premium Mate 7 phablet, and as of August, over five million units have been sold worldwide. That's far more impressive than the original goal of just one million phones. While … Read the rest of this entry

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