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Philips SpeedPro Max Cordless Vacuum Review: This Sucks So Good

Lightweight and convenient, cordless vacuums now rule the roost. Advancements in motor efficiency and battery capacity have made them very viable alternatives to plain old (and clumsy) corded vacuum cleaners. [caption id="attachment_133407" align="alignleft" width="1439"] The Philips SpeedPro Max. Image: Philips[/caption] The last time anyone had to scramble out their corded

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Apple’s 2018 Launches: Will 8th Gen CPUs, AirPower Save It?

It has been getting harder to remain optimistic about Apple's products. Over the past year, design issues with the MacBook's new butterfly key mechanisms have been acknowledged along with an admission that the company has been throttling iPhone performance on older models. Exclusive and exorbitant, a tide of media dissatisfaction

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Samsung’s New IOT-enabled Family Hub Fridge Is a World-First

Samsung debuted the Family Hub refrigerator today in Singapore, bringing to its shores the world's first IoT-capable fridge. Integrated with Samsung's Bixby AI voice assistant and SmartThings IoT platform, the Family Hub fridge is the latest in Samsung's push toward a total smart home solution. Fitting into Samsung's wide ecosystem of

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VR Zone Reviews MekaMon: AR, Robotics Gameplay At Your Fingertips

These days, "gaming" would conjure up high-refresh rate monitor rigs, angular CPUs replete with cooling pipes within, and dizzying, pulsating colours running through clicky keyboards and perfectly sculpted mice. Reach Robotics challenges all those with the MekaMon: a robotic platform that overlays AR gameplay elements on your very own Android

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