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Sony says its USB hub is the world’s fastest SD card reader

It's hard to spice up USB hubs when they're practically ubiquitous. Sony's solution? Make it indispensable to pro photographers. The company's newly announced MRW-W3 hub is billed as the "world's fastest" UHS-II SD (and microSD) card reader, suppo… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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SpaceX booked ‘world’s first’ private passenger for a BFR Moon trip

We haven't seen SpaceX's BFR — the rocket that it hopes will enable trips around the world, to the Moon, and, eventually, to Mars — actually take flight yet, but the company says it has already booked a private passenger … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Cosmos: Possible Worlds’ trailer explores alien life and butterflies

After the briefest of teases at the start of the year, Fox is ready to show Cosmos: Possible Worlds in earnest. The network has released an initial trailer that suggests Possible Worlds will follow the basic formula of the reborn … Read the rest of this entry

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Samsung opens the world’s biggest smartphone facility in India

As the world's biggest consumer electronics maker, Samsung is constantly expanding its manufacturing operations across the world. Today, it formally opened the doors on its latest development in the Indian city of Noida, a facility the company claims… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Gene-edited rice plants could boost the world’s food supply

Rice may be one of the most plentiful crops on Earth, but there are only so many grains you can naturally obtain from a given plant. Scientists may have a straightforward answer to that problem: edit the plants to make … Read the rest of this entry

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This is the world’s smallest and happiest snowman

The holiday season gets bigger and more hectic every year — and maybe you're looking for a smaller, more adorable way to celebrate. Here's one: the world's smallest snowman. This microscopic frosty was built by the nanofabrication lab at London's … Read the rest of this entry

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Singapore is striving to be the world’s first ‘smart city’

There are few places better positioned to become a "smart city" than Singapore. That's an easy statement to justify. Singapore is an island city-state just 30 miles across which has been governed by the same party for decades. Putting the … Read the rest of this entry

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Spotify launches in the world’s second biggest music market: Japan

After protracted deal-making with the country's record labels, Spotify has finally launched in Japan. To sweeten the deal to prospective listeners, it's already putting particular focus on the service's lyric display feature — and the karaoke possib… Engadget RSS Feed

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Razer gaming keyboard aims to be the best of both worlds

Gaming keyboards tend to be an either/or proposition. Either you get the fast action and feedback of mechanical switches, or you 'settle' for the relative comfort of membrane rubber domes. Razer doesn't think you should have to choose. It's introd… … Read the rest of this entry

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This intelligent tape measure may be the world’s smartest

Regular tape measures are so last year. Forward-thinking creators (and anyone who needs to measure anything) should turn to Bagel, the "smart" tape measure. It also looks vaguely like a bagel. Sort of. Engadget RSS Feed

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