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Google Duo

Google have released Duo, an insanely simple video calling app for Android and iPhone. The  FaceTime rival is now available for download and free to use. The aim is to make video calling as easy and reliable as possible, Google Duo stops you worrying about whether your call will connect, or if your friend is using the same type of device as you are. The entire user interface is designed to be intuitive and simple to use, a video call can be initiated with just a single tap. Duo works well even on slower networks, and will switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data automatically without losing your call. Another cool feature is "Knock Knock” which lets you see live video of your caller before you answer. watch the video below



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INSIDE

Now available for iOS is the stunning game Inside, by the creators of the award-winning puzzle-platform video game Limbo. Everything about this critically acclaimed game just oozes quality, the atmosphere, puzzles and tension are mind-blowing. The game puts players in the role of a young boy in a mysterious, gray world, uncovering all kinds of horrors along the way and filled with platforms, traps and puzzles. We recommend that you play it with your headphones, in o...
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ECOBEE4

Ecobee4 is new smart home device developed to make your life easier, it’s primarily designed to be a thermal home regulator, but it’s the first one to offer voice-enabled Alexa. It features several sensors that have presence detection and adjust the room to the desired temperature once they detect someone is in. Along with this cool (or hot) feature you also get some extra functions such as asking Alexa to read you the news, playing your favorites playlist or displa...
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Insta360 Nano

Insta360 Nano is a new camera that lets you record 360° videos using your iPhone 6/6S including Plus models, it does so using the lightning connector along with state of the art hardware and software. On the hardware side you get two 210° cameras inside that capture the wide angle images providing 3K footage (30 frames per second) when combined with its proprietary software. These images are then perfectly stitched together giving that Wow! factor 360° videos provid...
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