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How visual effects made battles bigger and Hulk smarter in Avengers: Endgame

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Alienware Aurora R10 Ryzen Edition review: A new dawn for AMD

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Master & Dynamic MH40 Wireless headphones review

Master & Dynamic is back with a new wireless version of its classic MH40 headphones. The $299 MH40 Wireless are much lighter and now have an 18-hour battery life.
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Amazon Kindle Kids Edition review: Great for little bookworms

The Amazon Kindle Kids Edition is just a Kindle with a slight kid-friendly makeover. Does that make it perfect for little bookworms, or is it too fragile to be trusted?
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Withings Connect review: Easy blood pressure monitoring

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The best 14-inch laptops for 2019

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