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August Looks Like It’s Made the Perfect Smart Lock for Apartment Dwellers (and Anyone Else) – Gizmodo

August Looks Like It’s Made the Perfect Smart Lock for Apartment Dwellers (and Anyone...

Photo: Sam Rutherford (Gizmodo)August is already one of the most popular smart lock makers, but now, with its fourth-generation Wi-Fi Smart Lock, it feels like August has really perfected its craft, especially for renters and apartment dwellers. Unlike a lot of other smart locks that require you to remove or replace your current hardware (which…
Sony reveals new PS5 logo, which looks familiar – Polygon

Sony reveals new PS5 logo, which looks familiar – Polygon

Sony’s keeping its next-generation console design a secret for a bit longer, but it’s got something to show: the PlayStation 5 logo. The company revealed the PS5 logo during its CES 2020 presentation on Monday night — and, likely, it’s the exact logo you may have expected. Everyone’s got a joke about it. Let me…
The new PS5 logo is what it looks like when a company gives up – The Next Web

The new PS5 logo is what it looks like when a company gives up...

You hyped about Sony‘s upcoming PS5? Yeah? Well, you’re about to pee yourself from excitement, BECAUSE THE NEW LOGO IS HERE! Slam your peepers on this badboy: As you can see, this is the logo for the PS5.Look familiar? That’s not too much of a surprise, because it’s reminiscent of the current PS4 logo. Yes,…
MSI’s new gaming PC looks like a robot’s head

MSI’s new gaming PC looks like a robot’s head

MSI’s MEG Aegis Ti5 is a new gaming PC with one of the most ostentatious cases I’ve ever seen, with a design that’s reminiscent of GLaDOS from Portal or the AI Mother from I Am Mother. It’s also got a couple of interesting bits of functionality up its sleeve. MSI boasts that the machine is…
The PS5 logo looks exactly as you would expect it to – Engadget

The PS5 logo looks exactly as you would expect it to – Engadget

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Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone – TechCrunch

Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone – TechCrunch

If nothing else, Royole grabbed our attention a couple of years back by bringing the first foldable smartphone to market. There’s something to be said for being first, I suppose. It raised the profile of a largely unknown name in amongst the tech press, even if it didn’t exactly kickstart a form-factor revolution. Among other…
Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone

Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone

If nothing else, Royole grabbed our attention couple of years back by bringing the first foldable smartphone to market. There’s something to be said for being first, I suppose. It raised the profile of a largely unknown name in amongst the tech press, even if it didn’t exactly kickstart a form factor revolution. Among other…
Mophie looks to the car to expand its line of batteries

Mophie looks to the car to expand its line of batteries

Mophie is expanding its battery portfolio in an effort to conquer the car and, well, sell more batteries. The company announced its Powerstation Go today, a portable battery that can jump-start a car while also wirelessly charging your phone. It’s available in six colors: black, cobalt, pink, brown, gold, and sapphire, and it costs $159.95.…
Sure Looks Like Apple Is Still Selling This iMac from 2006 – Gizmodo

Sure Looks Like Apple Is Still Selling This iMac from 2006 – Gizmodo

Screenshot: Apple.comApple products are notoriously expensive, but this is just ridiculous. Apparently, Apple’s website is still listing the 2006 iMac 17-inch 1.83-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo for around $1,000—depending on where you’re trying to buy from. The product listing was initially spotted by Twitter user @DylanMcD8 in the Canadian version of Apple.com, where it costs…
This Breakfast Looks Deliciously Real But Was Actually Made In Dreams – Kotaku

This Breakfast Looks Deliciously Real But Was Actually Made In Dreams – Kotaku

Image from Dreams on PS4Screenshot: John Beech (Twitter)Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, according to science and my mom. But while this big plate of breakfast looks tasty, it sadly can’t be eaten. This entire meal was not made in a real kitchen but was actually created in the video game Dreams…

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Lenovo Brings NEC PCs Back to USA: Super Light, Sub-2 lbs...

Lenovo has announced today that it will bring NEC computers back to the US market this spring. NEC’s PCs have always stood out from the crowd, but they disappeared from the US at the turn of the decade due to cut-throat competition and thin margins. Lenovo, which gained control of NEC’s Japanese PC business in…

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