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These new Cabbage Patch dolls have creepy LCD eyes that will haunt your dreams Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
Cabbage Patch Kids are coming back, but they've gotten a 21st century makeover. And that includes tiny sensors, speech abilities, and even a companion app. But it's the eyes -- the eyes -- where the terror really happens. The post These new Cabbage Patch dolls have creepy LCD eyes that will haunt your dreams appeared first on Digital Trends.

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2017 Jaguar XE Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
With its all-new XE model, Jaguar becomes more affordable and accessible to the average buyer, and faces off against premium stalwarts such as the BMW 3-Series and Audi A4.

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Best Phones of 2016 Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
Here are the best smartphones that we’ve tested, with top picks for photography, gaming, music, fitness, business, kids and budget shoppers.

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CenturyLink joins Comcast in bringing data caps to home internet Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
Data caps have become an accepted part of getting internet access on your phone, and now caps are slowly starting to make their way into the world of home internet, too. Comcast, AT&T, and some other smaller internet providers either test data caps or have them in active use, and this week CenturyLink — home to just over 6 million broadband providers — said that it's looking into using data caps, too. Our competition is using metered plans today, said Stewart Ewing, CenturyLink's chief financial officer, during an earnings call this week. And we think it's an area we have to explore and consider. Ewing added that CenturyLink intends to start trials, likely later this year. For the most part,...

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64-bit iPhones and iPads get stuck in a loop when set to January 1, 1970 Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
A great new prank to upset friends and family.

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‘Error 53’ bricks your iPhone if it has been repaired by a third-party technician Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
iPhone 6 or 6 Plus users are angrily voicing their concerns over 'Error 53,' which has persisted for quite a while. A class-action lawsuit has just been filed regarding the persistent issue. The post ‘Error 53’ bricks your iPhone if it has been repaired by a third-party technician appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Samsung UBD-K8500 Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
The first 4K Blu-ray discs are a couple weeks away, but we got our hands on the first player already. Check out our first impressions of everything we've tested (without 4K discs).

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FEATURED -- iPhone 6s Review Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
When I reviewed the iPhone 6 last year, I explained how different reviewing an iPhone is compared to reviewing other smartphones. Reviews typically have a great deal of influence over readers, giving them a good sense of a device’s strengths and weaknesses before it even launches. Smartphone shoppers then use this information to help guide their purchases. With the iPhone, however, reviews don’t carry anywhere near as much weight with readers. Instead, people make decisions more often than not based on Apple’s marketing and its general aura. At least, that's typically the case. This year, things are different. I have never received emails from so many people on the fence about whether or not they...

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The Best Street Fighter Games of All Time Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
From the ever-iconic Street Fighter II to cult hits such as 3rd Strike and Capcom vs. SNK 2, here are the best Street Fighter games of all time.

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Micron 3D NAND Status Update Print E-mail
Friday, 12 February 2016
After samples of their upcoming 3D NAND were sighted in the wild at CES, Micron has taken the time to provide some details about the flash memory and their plans for it. A lot of this is a recap of information we've previously covered, but we've got some new details and a better idea of the roadmap for the future. The entire flash memory industry has shifted focus to the devlopment of 3D NAND flash memory as the replacement for planar NAND flash memory. Samsung took an aggressive approach and has enjoyed some great success with their V-NAND branded 3D NAND, but it hasn't been an entirely trouble-free transition. Micron has been more conservative both in technology and timing, but they plan...

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