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Samsung WB2200F has a second hand-grip for portraits

This bizarrely-shaped camera also features two sets of shutters, and a 60x optical zoom.

By Jan. 8, 2014

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inFamous: Second Son (PlayStation 4)

While it may not be the change of pace or innovation that die-hard Infamous purists are probably after, Second Son is still an aptly executed game worthy of your attention.

By Mar. 20, 2014

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Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer

CNET UK goes hands-on with Dyson's latest contribution to hygiene, the Airblade Tap -- a combination faucet and hand dryer.

By Feb. 5, 2013

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Xbox One will let you buy second-hand games

Microsoft's new console will let you trade in your games, the company has revealed, but with some onerous online restrictions attached.

By Jun. 7, 2013

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Xbox One second-hand games could cost as much as £35

Pre-owned Xbox One games will cost almost the same as new games, according to an alleged leak from within a games shop.

By May. 24, 2013

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Transform furniture with a wave of the hand

Designers at MIT's Tangible Media Group demonstrate the Transform, a bench with a 3D interface that can change its physical shape on command.

By Apr. 15, 2014

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Acer Iconia W3

The smaller 8-inch Windows 8 tablet is a form worth exploring, and the Acer Iconia W3 can be fun to use, but it's also buggy and held back by shortcuts and lackluster features.

By Jul. 11, 2013

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jul. 11, 2013
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YotaPhone (2014)

Bigger, sleeker, and more advanced than the first time around, this encore YotaPhone has updates to both its Android and e-ink faces.

By Feb. 23, 2014

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Robotic Pocket Printer sits in the palm of your hand

Why limit yourself by feeding paper into a printer, if you can just drop the printer on the paper instead? A new Kickstarter campaign seeks funds for a little robot that prints 1 page per minute.

By Apr. 10, 2014

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At last! Hand gestures can control Google Glass

A company called On The Go Platforms is enabling Glass users to control their apps with gestures. Because we don't already have enough hand gestures on our streets.

By Apr. 2, 2014