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Philips’ new Hue Lightstrip Plus is bright enough to replace bulbs

LED lightstrips look cool, but they sometimes aren't bright enough to light up a room. Philips introduces its Hue Lightstrip Plus at IFA 2015 and claims it can do just that.

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Lenovo’s latest ThinkPad bends over backwards for business travelers

Do you travel frequently, work on the road, and want a do-it-all system? Lenovo’s ThinkPad Yoga 260 may be what you need, but its price and standard features aren’t on par with competitors.

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Digital Trends Top Tech of IFA 2015 Award Winners

Tech companies from around the world brought their best to Berlin for IFA 2015, but these winners in 10 different categories truly exemplify the finest the show had to offer.

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How Intel’s Skylake processor will dramatically improve your next PC

Every generation of Intel processors brings slightly increased speeds, but Skylake changes the pattern by improving power efficiency and adding relevant features across the platform.

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The Predator 17 laptop proves Acer is deadly serious about gaming

Acer isn’t a name that gamers have taken seriously in the past, but the company is looking to change that with its new Predator 17, a powerful and attractive beast that puts the strongest competitors in its sights.

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Huawei beat Apple to the punch with force touch on the Mate S

Huawei’s being a big tease. It has announced a super special version of the new Mate S phone with a pressure sensitive screen — like the Apple Watch. But you can’t buy it yet.

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Open Sesame: ZTE's Axon Elite unlocks with your eye, finger, or voice

The Axon Elite is the international version of the ZTE Axon, and comes with three biometric security features — voice, eye-scanning, and fingerprint scanning. We tried them out.

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