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STEELSERIES APEX M750 REVIEW: FOR PEOPLE WHO PRIORITIZE RGB LIGHTING ABOVE ALL OTHER FEATURES

Computer December 15, 2017 0 Comments

Earlier this year I finally got around to covering SteelSeries’s Apex M800 and its proprietary QS1 switch, and now it’s gone. Yes, after just one keyboard, SteelSeries has ditched the QS1 switch, with its square housing and centered LED. Taking its place is the Apex M750 keyboard designed around the all-new QX2 switch—still proprietary, but quite a bit more familiar.…

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Hardware Issues Make Google Pixel Phones Feel Like Expensive Beta Products

Science December 22, 2016 0 Comments

HIGHLIGHTS Google positioned the Pixel phones as premium flagships Just three months after the launch, many issues have been reported Numerous reports show problems with the mic, speakers, camera There are a lot of things to like about the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google’s new flagship smartphones. The cameras on both smartphones have been consistently appreciated by critics, Google Assistant…

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Moband Universal Remote Wand

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

iWave has created a new remote wand which has been designed to provide a universal remote control takes the form of the aptly named Moband which is equipped with a small OLED screen to help you select the device you’d like to control. MobandHas this week launched by Kickstarter with the aim of raising $60,000 over the next 40 or…

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Whoa Board Turn Any Electro

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

Foolish Products has created a new development board called Whoa that takes the form of an open prototyping platform designed for wearable electronics capable of turning any EL (Electro-Luminescient) material into a touch sensor without the need for any additional hardware. Watch the video below to learn more about the features and functionalities of the Whoa Board which is now…

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Puck.js Bluetooth Beacon Can Be Programmed Wirelessly (video)

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

Those of you creating Internet of Things projects might be interested in a new Bluetooth beacon called Puck.js, which has been created by Gordon Williams based in Oxford within the UK. Puck.js takes the form of a small JavaScript micro-controller that can be programmed wirelessly and has been specifically designed for Internet of Things projects and devices. The tiny Bluetooth…

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Bagel Smart Tape Measure Hits Kickstarter (video)

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

Marketed as the world’s smartest tape measure the Bagel has this week launched via Kickstarter already raising over $90,000 thanks to over 947 backers with still 33 days left remaining on the campaign. The Bagel smart tape measure is equipped with three different modes that allow you to measure organise and analyse practically anything you need to measure. Check out…

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Mogees Play Transforms the World Around You Into A User Interface (video)

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

Mogees based in London in the UK have created a new way to make music and play games, and have launched Mogees Play via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week, with the aim of raising $40,000 to take their concept into production. Mogees Play has been designed to transform the world around you into a user interface for playing games,…

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TouchIt Compact Touch Sensor Created By ProBots (video)

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

Electronic enthusiasts, makers and developers that are creating projects that require precise gesture-based input, may be interested in a new piece of hardware that has been designed by ProBots the form of the touchIt sensor. Watch the video below to learn more about the small sensor which has a number of different modes that can be harnessed for a wide…

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3D Printed Octobot Autonomous Soft Robot Created By Harvard Scientists

HARDWARE August 30, 2016 0 Comments

A research team at Harvard have unveiled a new 3D printed robot they have created which is the very first autonomous entirely soft robot nicknamed the Octobot. The Octobot could revolutionise the way humans interact with machines says the scientists led by Wyss Core Faculty members Robert Wood, Ph.D., and Jennifer Lewis, Sc.D, also Charles River Professor of Engineering and…

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