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We give the side eye to this $1,000 smart iron

A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.

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Garmin Forerunner 35 is a GPS watch for beginners

Meet Garmin's cheapest running watch to offer an optical heart-rate sensor. We get to grips at IFA 2016.

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TomTom's new wearables measure body composition, track trails

We get up close and personal with the TomTom Touch, Adventurer and Spark 3 at IFA 2016.

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The LG V20 is a camera triple threat

Three camera lenses on the new LG V20, including a dedicated wide-angle lens, make it perfect for taking group selfies without the stick.

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The weird world behind the scenes at Europe's largest tech show

CNET has been on the ground at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, to see the latest tech launches. Here's what goes on behind the scenes.

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Neato's new pair of smart robvacs pack in plenty features for the price

Both the Neato D3 Connected and Neato D5 Connected robot vacuums, freshly announced at IFA 2016, offer smart app-linked abilities and modern Lithium-Ion batteries for less cash than you might expect.

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Samsung adds drying to AddWash hatch-door washer

The Samsung AddWash Combo includes a washer and dryer along with a small door in the door for those bits of laundry you forget.

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Wall-crawling robot vacuum shines your windows

It might not be practical, but Windowmate charmed me with its earnest efforts at vertical cleaning.

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Sharp smartens up its European fridge

The Sharp 4LifeHub refrigerator includes a Wi-Fi-connected 21-inch tablet built into one of the doors. The Japanese manufacturer debuted the product Thursday at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

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Samsung's Family Hub takes a trip across the pond

The smart fridge with the tablet trims down for its debut in Europe.

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AEG's 9000 Series washer softens water to preserve your clothing

The new 9000 Series washing machine from AEG, and parent company Electrolux, is built to soften its wash water to treat your delicate garments in the most gentle way possible.

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Withings Steel HR puts fitness tech in an analog watch

A tiny digital display nestles inside this traditional, minimally-designed watch. We check it out at IFA 2016.

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Lenovo's Tab 3 Plus packs a built-in stand

Lenovo's newest tablet ditches the built-in projector from last time, but keeps the kickstand.

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Pokemon Go phone case lines up your throws

Catching 'em all is child's play with Catalyst's iPhone case, which has rubber tramlines to line up your Poke Ball shots. But what about spin throws?!

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From phones to smartwatches to appliances to a giant laptop, here's all the most notable gadgets from IFA 2016.

CNET went to Berlin to bring you the most interesting gadgets from Europe's biggest tech trade show. Here's what we found.

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Up close with the Sony Xperia XZ's camera

Intriguing autofocus tech, more manual control and extra stabilisation are among the camera tricks you'll find in Sony's new flagship phone.

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Huawei Nova and Nova Plus pack fingerprint scanners and makeup selfies

We get up close and personal with Huawei's new mid-range mobiles at IFA 2016.

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VR headset goes wireless, with no phone required

Alcatel's Vision headset is a standalone virtual reality gadget. Meanwhile the company has also cooked up 360-degree cameras that plug directly into your phone.

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Alcatel Shine Lite is a metal mobile with a low price

This 5-inch phone packs a fingerprint reader and will be sold for under 199 euros (about $220, £170 or AU$295). We go hands-on at IFA 2016 in Berlin.

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Four new Fossil fitness trackers with analog faces

The Q Nate, Q Crewmaster, Q Gazer and Q Tailor hybrid smartwatches feature fitness tracking (steps, distance, calories and sleep) and silent alarms and can alert you to smartphone notifications through vibration.

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