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Gadget Ogling: Note-Taker Triumphs, Classic Nokia Returns, and Audio Thrills

There are countless occasions on which I have to transcribe speech. It’s tedious, and until voice recognition truly can handle all manner of accents and verbal tics, it’s a necessary evil. Hands up, everyone who thinks I wouldn’t want a machine to take care of that for me. No one? Good. Titan Note records and […]

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Gadget Ogling: Gaming’s New Virtual Reality Frontier and Personal Cargo Robots

Regular readers will know that I’ve played games my entire life. I hold deep reverence for the care and attention that go into creating these experiences, and I’ve rarely met a game I didn’t want to conquer. Yet I am nervous about virtual reality. I’ve tried it and found those disorientating worlds difficult to handle, […]

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Gadget Ogling: The CES Spectacular Edition

Trust Razer to come up with something completely ridiculous that I need in my life immediately. Project Ariana is a projector that incorporates Razer’s full-spectrum lighting system, Chroma. It uses a wide-angle lens to project images, but it seems there’s no lengthy setup process required here. Ariana uses 3D depth-sensing cameras to detect objects in […]

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Gadget Ogling: Floating Speakers, Neckbrace Audio, and Charming Caffeine Fixes

LG features twice in this edition of the column with two very different but similarly strange speakers. The “Levitating Portable Speaker” has as descriptive and accurate a name as the “Small Transparent Speaker” from last month’s edition of this column. You can call it “PJ9” if you prefer the duller moniker. Yes, through the magic […]

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