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iPhone 7 could have wireless Beats earbuds to back it

Apple may be developing its own premium Beats-branded wireless in-ear earbuds. Speculations of the premium audio accessory come as rumors of a headphone jack-freeiPhone 7 are heating up. These earbuds will use a completely wireless design, eschewing ports for charging, according to a report from 9to5Mac. Instead of plugging in …

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HTC Desire 728 Dual-SIM launched in India

HTC has just taken the wraps off the Desire 728 Dual-SIM handset for the Indian markets, with an official release to take place next week. Customers are being asked to shell out Rs 17,990 for this device, which puts this in the league of the Xiaomi Mi 4, the OnePlus …

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Karbonn K9 Smart with support for 21 Indian languages launched in 2016

The year 2016 has started with a bang. While there are plenty of phones and other gadgets been shows at the CES 2016, there is also enough action happening here in India. Indian smartphone maker Karbonn has launched an entry-level phone that seeks to break language barriers to bridge digital …

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Casio Smart Outdoor Watch

The Casio Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10, an absolute mouthful of a name which will set you back a cool $500 (around £350, AU$700) when it goes on sale in April. Front and centre of this rugged wearable is the sizable 1.32-inch, 320 x 300 display which is certainly a presence …

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Samsung made its Chromebook 3 more durable for education

After making headlines with its Galaxy TabPro S and Notebook 9 Windows products at CES 2016, Samsung quietly unveiled a new Chromebook. Designed to meet the needs of student and the education market, the Chromebook 3 comes with a reinforced metal body and a spill-resistant keyboard, making it suited for the classroom. “We’re seeing more …

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Asus MX34 curved monitor

If you feel like it’s time to broaden your horizons, the Asus MX34 curved monitor just might do the trick. This 34-inch, QHD (3,400 x 1,440 resolution) monitor will dramatically improve the aesthetics of any office or desk space. The MX34 features a 21:9 aspect ratio, which is phenomenal for …

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Dell gives XPS 13 a graphics upgrade and new gold option

A year after announcing what is arguably the best, if not one of the best, Windows notebook on the market, Dell is still making tweaks to the wildly popular XPS 13. Dell’s aluminum-clad XPS 13 with its Infinity Display will be getting a graphics bump. Dell will offer a variant of the …

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Razer Smart Watch

Ready for something more advanced a regular old watch but not ready to jump in with the likes of Apple Watch or Android Wear just yet? PC game-accessory manufacturer Razer thinks it has just what you’re looking for. Unveiled today at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Razer’s Nabu Watch is a lower-priced wearable that the manufacturer …

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Intel’s Compute Stick gets a powerful Skylake upgrade

Intel’s compact PC-on-a-stick form factor will get even faster this year. Unlike the first generation Intel Compute Stick, Intel debuted a pair of Compute Sticks with its new Core M series processors based on the company’s sixth generation Skylake chip architecture. While the Core M processor isn’t as fast as the mainstream Core i series, …

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LG K10, K7 Launched as First K-Series Smartphones Ahead of CES 2016

LG ahead of the CES 2016 trade show has announced its first K-Series smartphones, the LG K10 and LG K7. The company claims the new series succeeds its L-Series. The South Korean tech giant is touting the glossy pebble design of the K10 and the K7, their photography capabilities, as well as …

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