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Sol Republic joins the fully wireless frenzy with its new Amps Air earbuds

With fully wireless earbuds quickly picking up steam, Sol Republic has released its own take on the design with the new Amps Air, which offer three hours of playback time and a charging case that provides up to 15 full charges.

'Final Fantasy XV' goes gold, celebrates with gorgeous new trailer

Final Fantasy XV has finally gone gold ahead of its November release date, and Square Enix released a new trailer to celebrate the occasion. It shows Final Fantasy at its darkest and most emotional.

Microsoft Surface Studio versus HP Envy 27: which all-in-one truly has it all?

Microsoft's recently-announced Surface Studio is a beautiful (and expensive) all-in-one, but how does it compare to the latest HP Envy? Here, we take a closer look at the internal components powering each machine.

The Knbor smart lamp lights up your room and provides you with Wi-Fi

If you're only going to get one smart home device, you might as well get one that does the work of many. And that looks to be precisely the case with Knbor, heralded as "the first smart ceiling lamp providing Wi-Fi."

Is your Wi-Fi screwing up again? Try one of our favorite wireless routers

Shopping for a new router is a headache, so we’ve gathered together the best routers on the market today, to help you make an informed decision.

New Chrome OS update adds quick view for files and new alt-tab UI

Google has announced a new update to Chrome OS, which will introduce feature enhancements as well as user interface tweaks and bug fixes as it's distributed to users over the next several days.

Calling foul: Encryption service ProtonMail accuses Google of burying its search results

Email encryption service ProtonMail has called out Google for allegedly burying its site in search results. It says it has not received any explanation from the search giant, and claims its actions “almost killed” the company.

Focusing on startups with world-changing potential, MIT launches The Engine

MIT has started The Engine, a startup support enterprise for scientific and technology companies that will make a difference. The Engine, also referred to as a network of networks, will provide funding, space, and expertise.
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Verizon is acquiring — and shutting down — former Hulu CEO’s startup, Vessel

In early 2015, former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar launched Vessel, a video startup aimed at taking on YouTube. Now Verizon has acquired the company and will shut it down, rolling the company’s technology into its own video efforts.

Patch will use ‘magical math’ to solve Google Pixel’s camera lens flare problem

Google has acknowledged the camera flare issue plaguing the Pixel and Pixel XL's camera, and has said that a software update will be out soon to fix the problem with the well-received smartphone

'Borderlands: The Handsome Collection' is free on Xbox One, but you'll have to act fast

Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is currently free on Xbox One through the console's 'Free Play Days' promotion. The collection includes both Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!

T-Mobile offers up to 50 percent off your Pixel purchase, but there’s a catch

T-Mobile isn't selling Google's new Pixel smartphones, but if you own the device or are about to, you can get up to 50 percent off the price if you sign up for T-Mobile One. It's only valid within the first 30 days of your Pixel…