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Gadget Ogling: CES Edition

Roader’s Time Machine Camera is designed to hang around your neck and, for up to seven hours of battery life, constantly capture what it sees. When you hit a button, it saves the last 10 seconds of footage and the following 10. You can send a low-resolution version of that 20-second clip to your smartphone […]

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Google Denies It’s Launching Optimized Google Maps for China

Google pulled many of its mobile apps and services from China since 2010, after the search giant refused government demands that it self-censor Google Search. This week, a report in Japan’s Nikkei suggested that the company was preparing to relaunch Google Maps in the region, but Google denied the report Tuesday. “There have been no changes to Google […]

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CES 2018: Spare Human Bodies, a $54K HTC Simulator and Intel’s People-Chopping Cuisinart

OK, I hate CES. It really is a horrible event, largely because of the timing — and particularly this year, Las Vegas making it a nightmare to get around — but man did they have cool stuff at the show. Among presentation highlights were Nvidia showcasing a whopping 65-inch gaming monitor TV. Lowlights included Intel […]

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TWRP Now Available for Xiaomi Redmi 5A, Redmi Y1, and Redmi Y1 Lite

Xiaomi devices are really popular in our forums for a good reason: the company sells smartphones that are fairly affordable without compromising too heavily on hardware specifications. That’s why the Xiaomi Mi A1 on the Android One program is so incredibly popular. Unfortunately, Xiaomi’s mixed history when it comes to providing timely kernel sources creates […]

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