2017 GMC Acadia Denali

Apple AirPods

Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2016)


Game of Thrones Season Six Blu-Ray

Michelin Premier all-season tires

Tom Tom Spark 3 Cardio +

Google Daydream View VR headset

ASUS ZenBook 3

Jaybird X3

JBL SoundBoost Speaker Moto Mod

Moto Insta-Share Projector for Moto Z

Google Pixel XL

Apalon's My Alarm Clock app

Lenovo Moto Z

Apple Watch Series 2 and watchOS 3

iOS 10

Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum

Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless vacuum

Tablo by Nuvyyo

Samsung Gear Fit 2 fitness wearable

Ulysses for macOS and iOS

Epson SureColor P600 Wide Format inkjet printer

HBO's Vinyl Season 1

Apple MacBook (2016)

Papago! GoSafe 268 mirror mounted dash-cam

Piper all-in-one security

JayBird Freedom headphones

SF MoMA app

Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker

UA HealthBox

Dyson Pure Cool Link

Lola by Blue

HTC 10

Apple iPhone SE

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch

2016 Chevrolet Malibu

Dell XPS 12 with 4K Ultra HD display

RHA S500i Noise Isolation headphones for iOS

Samsung Galaxy S7

2015 Mazda CX-9

Moto 360 (2015)

Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear headphones for Android

ASAP Dash Rapid Charger

Jaybird Reign Fitness Tracker

Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo

HTC One A9

21.5-inch iMac with 4K display

360Fly Action Camera

SanDisk Wireless Connect Stick

Geko E100 Full HD 1080P Dash Cam

Google Pixel C

SodaStream's New POWER Sparkling Water Machine

Dyson V6 Mattress Handheld Vaccum

iPad Pro


Apple TV (2015)

2016 Ford Explorer Platinum Edition


Tipster claims Samsung Galaxy Note 7 instead of Galaxy Note 6 might be in our future

Evan Blass, who often gets reliable phone leaks and is also known as @evleaks on Twitter, claims Samsung will be skipping over the Galaxy Note 6 in favor of Galaxy Note 7. If they do the name change, that’ll put Samsung’s phablet in line with the naming scheme of its new flagships: the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. So, what should we expect this S-Pen-equipped phablet to carry? According to Blass, the device should come with a 5.7-inch display, an iris scanner, 64GB internal storage that’s expandable via microSD, and a 12-megapixel rear shooter and 5-megapixel front camera. The rumoured Galaxy Note 7 will also be IP68-certified to protect it against water. It should come in black, silver, and blue editions. Of course, while Blass is reliable, this still has to be taken with a grain of salt.

Source: CNET


Instagram to offer automatic translation of captions and profiles

In the coming month, Instagram plans to make it easier for you to understand captions on images that aren’t in English. The photo sharing service plans to automatically translate captions and profiles in your preferred language or the one set as default on your device. We believe the translate button will look rather similar to the one we see on Facebook, Instagram’s parent company. Offering this feature is necessary for the service as 80 percent of Instagram users live outside of the U.S. This will also help with discoverability on the service and bring more users together even if they don’t necessarily speak the same language. Instagram didn’t say yet how many languages will be supported when the feature rolls out.

Source: Android Community


Microsoft plans to stop production of Surface 3 by December 2016


Microsoft is set to close its doors on its Surface 3 tablet by the end of the year. The tech company plans to stop production of the entry-level 2-in-1, which it first launched in May 2015. According to a statement by Microsoft, “Inventory is now limited and by the end of December 2016, we will no longer manufacture Surface 3 devices.”

We don’t know yet what Microsoft plans to introduce in the hardware space. They currently have the Surface Pro 4, which they launched last October, and the Surface Book laptop. According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft could be waiting for the next overhaul of Windows 10, which is called Redstone 2 internally, before they introduce new devices. Or they could follow their usual timeline and introduce a new device in the fall.

Source: The Verge


Sony takes the slow approach to smartphone charging

Fast charging is an excellent feature, particularly when you’re in a hurry. But with it comes the dangers of extreme wear and tear, especially if the charger isn’t certified. The heat produced when you’re charging quickly can shorten your smartphone battery’s life span. To extend the life of its batteries further, Sony has introduced Soft Charging in the beta version of the Marshmallow AOSP update for the “classics” Sony Xperia Z2 and Z3. What it does is it “slows down” charging to keep the temperature of the battery as cool as possible. You can activate soft charging with its own on/off toggle.

Source: Android Community