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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.

HTC Smartwatch Release Delayed Yet Again

05/30/2016, It has long been rumored that HTC is going to come out with a new smartwatch this year, we’ve yet to see the device officially but we’ve seen many leaks and rumors related to it. The last rumor suggested that HTC will unveil this smartphone in...

34-inch ASUS Designo Curve MX34VQ Monitor Launched

05/30/2016, For the longest time ever, monitors were flat. The only difference is how big the monitor’s display is, its resolution, the aspect ratio, and we guess more recently how thick its bezels are. However these days we are starting to look at more curved...

It Looks Like ASUS Has A VR Headset Of Their Own Too

05/30/2016, While ASUS might not have been first out the door with smartwatches, when they did launch a smartwatch they certainly did not hold back in terms of its design. The ASUS ZenWatch is one of the better-looking wearables we’ve seen to date, and now it looks...

Microsoft Band 2’s Discount Extended Until July 9

05/29/2016, Microsoft’s Band 2 wearable has had some success, although given that earlier this year the device was discounted by $75, it would seem to suggest that Microsoft really wants customers to buy the device. Now if you think that maybe you might have missed...

Hackers Build Real-Life Mechanical Version Of Pong

05/29/2016, There are many video games that are considered classics, like Pac-Man, Space Invader, Tetris, and of course good old Pong. Now Pong is said to have been based on the table tennis sport (also known a ping-pong) which means that a “real-life” version of...

This Finger Puppet Can Move Like It Has A Mind Of Its Own

05/29/2016, Puppets aren’t new and while it might be possible that one day that robots could take over the roles of puppets in theaters and plays (robot actresses are already a thing), we have to wonder if we could get robots that could move with the fluidity,...

Philips To Launch Affordable 4K Google Cast TVs This Summer

05/29/2016, It used to be that if you wanted your TV to have Google’s Chromecast features, you would need to buy the dongle and plug it into your TV. The dongle itself is pretty small so it doesn’t really get in the way of anything, but just in case you’re the...

Samsung Shows Of 4K 5.5-inch Display Designed For VR

05/27/2016, In the past it has been argued about the need for our phones to sport such high-resolution displays. After all at a certain point, our eyes are unable to tell the difference. For example could you really tell the difference between a QHD and a 4K...

AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule Out Of Stock At Apple Stores

05/27/2016, If you were thinking about picking up either the AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule from Apple, you might be out of luck because according to a report from MacRumors, it seems that Apple’s stores in the US are no longer stocking the devices. Apparently...

Jawbone Reportedly Stops Production Of Their UP Fitness Trackers

05/27/2016, In the early days of fitness-related wearables, both Jawbone and Fitbit were competing head-to-head, but over time Fitbit pulled ahead leaving Jawbone behind. There have been reports that Jawbone isn’t doing so well, which is why it doesn’t come as a...

Paperlike Is An E-Ink Display You Can Use As A Secondary Monitor

05/27/2016, Due to the size of our monitors, there is only so much information we can fit on it. This means that at the end of the day, there will still be a lot of alt-tabbing back and forth between windows if you have many open. Obviously this can be inefficient...