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Acer Predator 6: a smartphone with a deca-core processor for gamers – Android Community

September 4, 2015 | By | No Comments

We were all looking at a Predator tablet (which they did unveil as well) but we didn’t see a gaming smartphone coming. Acerpreviewed at the IFA today the Predator 6, an ultra powerful smartphone that they’re hoping will attract the mobile gamers as they are the ones that the Taiwanese OEM is targeting. This further expands their Predator gaming lineup, which already has powerful laptops, even fancy projector screens, plus the recently announced Predator 8 gaming tablet as well.

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Parrot’s Zik 3 headphones have ‘wireless everything’ – Engadget

September 4, 2015 | By | No Comments

​Parrot’s high-tech headphone series just got another notable upgrade. The Zik 3 brings the same noise cancellation and touch panel controls of the last model, but adds wireless charging to the already-wireless headphones. There’s also a completely…

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Apple, Google, and other tech giants will pay $415 million in poaching scandal settlement – The Verge

September 3, 2015 | By | No Comments

After tentatively approving the settlement in March, US District Judge Lucy Koh ruled on Wednesday that some of tech’s biggest companies will pay out $415 million to settle a long-running employee poaching lawsuit.

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Star Wars’ BB-8 droid

September 3, 2015 | By | No Comments

The BB-8™ by Sphero is a Perfect Working Toy Replica of Star Wars’ New R2D2

With a price tag of $150 Sphero’s BB-8 is one of the most expensive Star Wars toys to hit store shelves this weekend, but there’s little doubt this tiny droid is going to be a huge hit leading up to the movie’s release this December.


Using It

When BB-8 is fully charged (indicated by a series of charge status lights on the inductive base) all you have to do is make sure Bluetooth is activated on your mobile device, launch the app, and that the tiny droid is nearby. The connection between BB-8 and your mobile device happens automatically after just a few seconds, with no need to fiddle with pairing settings.

Once BB-8 is connected to your mobile device you have your choice of three different modes of play: Patrol, Drive, or Message.

Sphero BB-8 Review: This Is the Coolest Star Wars Toy Ever

Patrol is BB-8’s autonomous mode, and is akin to letting an excited but blind puppy run wild in your home. BB-8 doesn’t have any on-board sensors, so he’ll continuously crash into walls, feet, and furniture while he explores a space. But by keeping tabs on the toy’s speed and heading, the accompanying app allows BB-8 to learn the ins and outs of a space so he can eventually build a rudimentary map of a room allowing him to later avoid obstacles he’s already run into.

Sphero BB-8 Review: This Is the Coolest Star Wars Toy Ever

When BB-8 is out exploring on his own, the app shows his current speed, how far he’s traveled, and the path he’s taken while he criss-crosses the floor. See that Stormtrooper icon? That’s where BB-8 ran into my foot, and identified it as an enemy and something to avoid in the future. The lack of collision sensors means that will be a common occurrence, but the tiny droid is at least smart enough to not get stuck. If he runs into an immovable object he’ll simply back off and head in another direction.

Collisions aren’t a problem, but falls might be. The lack of sensors, or any kind of insight into what dangers lie ahead, means BB-8 can easily accidentally roll down a flight of stairs, or off a table. And while the toy is made from durable plastic, it’s far from invincible. A fall onto concrete could easily dent, damage, or crack the plastic sphere, which would put an end to BB-8’s ability to roll. So an ounce of prevention when you’re using BB-8 in Patrol is worth about $150 of cure.

Sphero BB-8 Review: This Is the Coolest Star Wars Toy Ever

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LG’s Nexus 5X coming September 29 for around $400

September 3, 2015 | By | No Comments


The LG-made Nexus is coming at the end of the month and it will be slightly more expensive that the original Nexus 5.

A source close to the matter has revealed to us details about Google‘s and LG’s plans for the new generation of the Nexus 5 smartphone. The source warned us that this information is not final, and as such, official details may differ, but we feel very confident in the veracity of this report.

First up, our source confirmed that the new Nexus will be made available in the Google Store from September 29. Both the LG Nexus and the Huawei Nexus will be offered at this point. This confirms a recent report from CNET, as well as an older rumor from Korean media.


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Acer’s Windows 10 phone will morph into a PC thanks to Continuum – The Verge

September 2, 2015 | By | No Comments

Acer has unveiled its first “PC Phone” — a Windows 10 phone that will function as a PC thanks to Microsoft’s Continuum. The device, named the Jade Primo, will ship with a suite of accessories including a dock, keyboard, and wireless mouse. The phone itself has a 21-megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash, a super AMOLED 5.5-inch display, and is powered by a Qualcomm 808 Snapdragon processor. Acer hasn’t said anything about when the device might ship or for how much, but it looks like the Pocket PC dream might be getting a revival. We’re on the lookout for any more information about this device, so stay tuned.

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Upload photos using Fast status update feature

September 2, 2015 | By | No Comments

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With Fast you can easily attach a photo in a status update. Remember that you can upload photos from your gallery using the menu on the left side of the app.

Do you have Fast? If not, download it now!!!

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These creepy cakes are way too awesome to eat – Mashable

September 1, 2015 | By | No Comments


Christine McConnell’s cakes are not your standard bakery fare— her intricate designs fall somewhere between frilly and frightening

But we don’t mean frightening in a #CakeFail way. McConnell’s macabre creations, which often feature fake fangs, give off more of a “Will this bite me?” vibe. It’s these unusual cakes set against a retro, mid-century backdrop that have garnered her over 146,000 followers on Instagram.

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