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Philips Hue

You might recall the revolutionary smartphone controlled light bulbs called LIFX we recently featured, now Philips have presented a similar product called HUE. The bulbs let you control your lighting from an iPhone or iPad and personalize settings such as timers, colors, shade and brightness. It also allows you to monitor your lights remotely when not at home for security. All this plus they use 80 percent less power than a traditional light bulb! The smart LED light bulbs are available from today exclusively in Apple Stores worldwide. Watch the amazing video



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Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earphones

Sony is taking the next step in truly wireless noise canceling performance and exceptional sound quality with their latest wireless earphones - the Sony WF-1000XM4. The sleek new model features their Integrated Processor V1 and Bluetooth "System on a Chip" technology that improves noise cancellation while also requiring less power. There is also IPX4 water and sweat resistance, 8 hours of battery life, plus Alexa Built-in, LDAC support for high-resolution audio comp...
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LEICA S3

Leica has finally released the S3 medium format DSLR flagship. With a whopping 64-megapixel 30x45mm medium format sensor, the S3 has a 71% increase in resolution over the prior model, adding 15 stops of dynamic range and ISO sensitivity of 50000 for flexibility in a wide range of shooting scenarios. It can capture up to three still frames per second and records Cinema 4K that is captured from the entire width of the medium format sensor, at an also cinematic 24 fps....
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GameShell DIY Console

Geeks rejoice! GameShell by Clockwork is an open source portable game console ideal for indie game developers, hackers and retro games collectors. The modular console is powered by ClockworkPI, a development board with an integrated CPU, WI-FI, PMU chip, and multimedia functions, all packed into an extremely small form factor running on embedded GNU/Linux. The modular handheld kit comes with everything you need to piece together your own portable Game Boy-style devi...
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