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Canon imageCLASS LBP151dw

The Canon LBP151DW is a competent workhorse laser printer, but rival models offer more features and lower ink costs for the same price.

By 21 June 2016

3 stars Editors' rating 21 June 2016

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Galaxy Note 7 allegedly revealed in image

The image comes via noted leaker @evleaks and shows the next Galaxy Note from Samsung with dual curved edges and an S-Pen stylus.

By 21 July 2016

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Three alleged iPhone 7 models revealed in leaked images

If the photos are legit, they lend credence to previous rumors that we'll see an iPhone 7, as well as a Pro and Plus this year.

By 20 July 2016

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Uber pairs with satellite imaging company for better location data

DigitalGlobe will be providing Uber with high-resolution satellite imagery for better data on pick-up locations.

By 20 July 2016

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​New 'Wonder Woman' images of Gal Gadot and Chris Pine revealed

Fans get a new glimpse of Diana Prince and Captain Steve Trevor in the new "Wonder Woman" standalone movie, which opens in June 2017.

By 17 July 2016

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CAT S60 phone packs FLIR thermal imaging camera and ultra-durable waterproof design

The girthy Android phone is the first to feature a built-in thermal camera.

By 13 July 2016

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Cat S60 is a the first phone to pack a FLIR thermal imaging camera

It's also one of the most waterproof phones ever, capable of diving up to 5 meters for a maximum of one hour.

22 Images By 13 July 2016

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Welcome to Jupiter! Juno enters orbit to bring stargazers unseen images

After five years hurtling through space, the Juno spacecraft has entered orbit around Jupiter, and NASA wants you to play star photographer.

By 5 July 2016

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IBM forms medical-imaging collaborative to battle major diseases

The Watson Health initiative taps "cognitive imaging" tech to help doctors worldwide tackle breast cancer, diabetes and eye and heart disease and more.

By 23 June 2016

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Reddit rolls out its own image hosting service (sorry, Imgur)

Imgur has long served as the de facto image hosting platform for users on Reddit's forums, but the popular website is looking to keep it in-house.

By 27 May 2016