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A selection of the most remarkable gadgets found during our obsessive research for cool technology news topics. These are the little things that make your life better, more productive, or that would simply make you smile.

Samsung Will Be Bringing The SERIF TV To The US

07/14/2016, TVs these days have slimmed down considerably where they are no longer the hulking gadget in the middle of the living room. However they still aren’t as seamless as they could be, which is what Samsung was trying to achieve last year when they announced...

Logitech’s Harmony 950 Remote Now Available In The US

07/14/2016, The problem with owning multiple gadgets like a Blu-ray player, a TV, a set-top box, an amplifier, and so on is that you’ll have so many remote controls to deal with as there will essentially be one remote control per device. This can be confusing, not...

Razer Releases Mechanical Keyboard For iPad Pro

07/14/2016, Razer has introduced a new ultra low profile mechanical switch today, it sees the light of day with the company’s first mechanical keyboard case for the iPad Pro. This also happens to be the first mechanical keyboard that has been created just for...

Nest Launches Their First Outdoor Camera

07/14/2016, Back in June, there were rumors that Nest had an outdoor camera in the works. Nest already has an indoor camera so we guess launching one to monitor the outdoors isn’t that much of a stretch. Turns out the rumors were true after all because Nest has...

Slimmer/Lighter HTC Vive Rumored For Later This Year

07/13/2016, The HTC Vive VR headset is by no means a slim package, but then again neither are any of the VR headsets we’ve seen so far. This is largely due to the technology at the moment and we expect that in the future just like computers and smartphones, VR...

Oculus Touch Controllers Won’t Ship Until Mid-October

07/13/2016, Yesterday we reported that after what felt like a long time, Oculus finally got their Oculus Rift pre-orders under control and have announced that all pre-orders have been fulfilled. However they noted that the Touch controllers were still in the works...

Razer Abyssus V2 Launched With New ‘All-True’ 5,000 DPI

07/12/2016, It used to be that gaming mice were aimed at gamers, but we suppose thanks to their ergonomic design, speed, and features like extra buttons that they make for pretty good use for non-gaming purposes as well. That being said if you’re in the market for...

MIT Media Lab Creates A Robotic Transformable Apartment

07/12/2016, Some of us don’t have the luxury of owning a big house or apartment. This means that when it comes to using the space that we do have, we have to be more selective, meaning that in some cases we might have to forgo that huge lounge sofa for a more...

Samsung’s 4TB SSD Is Great But Very Expensive

07/12/2016, I can list countless reasons why SSD storage is better than your conventional hard drive, the biggest reason being that it’s considerably faster, but the only downside here is that SSDs are still relatively expensive when compared to HDDs. If...

Oculus Finally Fills All Rift VR Pre-Orders

07/12/2016, Oculus has had a tough few months trying to fill pre-orders for its first Rift virtual reality headset but the company has finally caught up today. It has announced today that all pre-orders for the Rift VR headset have now been filled and that new orders...

This Is What Google’s Nexus Smartwatches Could Look Like

07/12/2016, The other day it was rumored that Google could be working on their own smartwatches. This would be different from the current situation which is basically where Google creates Android Wear and other manufacturers create the hardware for it. In a way these...

Samsung Working On A Slot That Supports UFS And MicroSD Cards

07/11/2016, Storage mediums have changed and evolved over time. Long gone are the days where we had to carry around boxes of floppy disks, and less common these days are CDs and DVDs as most software can be downloaded from the internet. Even the humble microSD could...