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Kodak’s relaunches its Ektachrome film after a six-year absence

Kodak has relaunched its Ektachrome film after a six-year absence. It stopped making the color transparency film in 2012 citing falling sales, but growing calls from passionate film photographers has prompted its return.
Cars

Volvo’s lifted V60 Cross Country wagon laces up its hiking boots

The Volvo V60 Cross Country is a V60 station wagon with jacked up suspension and more rugged looks. It's the latest Volvo to take advantage of the Swedish automaker's Scalable Product Architecture platform and advanced safety tech.
Computing

This is surely the coolest way yet to solve a Rubik’s Cube

If your attempts to complete the Rubik's Cube usually end with the thing flying out of the window or against a wall, then what you need is one that solves itself. Yes, it does exist, and here's a video to prove it ...
Business

Delta tech issue grounds planes, tells travelers to check Wednesday flights

Delta Air Lines has resolved a tech issue that stopped its planes from taking off from U.S. airports on Tuesday. But it's advising Delta customers flying on Wednesday to check the status of their flight before leaving home.
Smart Home

Sengled wants to improve the smart home experience with new light bulbs, more

Sengled has announced a new lineup of smart home bulbs, including an all-in-one motion sensing outdoor security light, a color-changing bulb, and an entry-level smart bulb for newcomers to the smart home world.
Photography

Fujifilm unveils lower-cost GFX 50R and teases GFX 100-megapixel concept

Fujifilm made waves when they launched the GFX 50S -- and now medium-format mirrorless is even smaller. Meet the Fujifilm GFX 50R, a camera with the same guts as its older sibling but with a smaller, rangefinder-style body and lower price.
Computing

The HP Tango smart printer clearly wants you to confuse it for a book

HP unveiled what it is calling the first smart home printer, the HP Tango. Designed to fade into the with an adorned linen cover the small printer boasts a plethora of intelligent functions.
News

This smart lock adds a Touch ID-style fingerprint sensor to your door

High-tech security systems with biometric sensors aren't just the stuff of science fiction movies anymore. Lockly has a system that places a fingerprint scanner right on your front door so you can ensure that your home is secure.
Product Review

No more excuses. This AMG just schooled the world on what four-doors can do

The GT 4-Door Coupe is the third from-scratch model by AMG, promising sports car performance with family-friendly refinement. A few laps of Circuit of the Americas and a tour of Austin’s scenic streets should give us an answer.
Photography

Sigma launches three f/1.4 lenses and the first 600mm with a 10x telephoto zoom

During Photokina 2018, Sigma unleashed five new lenses, two in the Art series, one in the Contemporary Series and two in the Sports series. They cover a range of mounts and focal lengths, including the first 10x optical zoom 600mm lens.
Movies & TV

From 'GLOW' to 'Stranger Things,' these are the best Netflix Original series

Netflix's stable of content has grown quickly, and the streaming service now boasts dozens of shows produced in-house. Looking for the cream of the crop? These are our picks for the best Netflix Original series.
Product Review

Say yes to Sony’s stellar 1000XM3 headphones and say goodbye to nasty noise

Sony took its already outstanding 1000X wireless, noise-canceling headphones and somehow made them even better. With best-in-class noise-canceling, stellar audio quality, and clever and useful features, these classy cans are the full…
Computing

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 joins the ray tracing future on October 17 for $499

Nvidia's RTX 2070 will begin to ship on October 17. While the card is more modestly priced, compared to the RTX 2080 Ti, at $499, it's still unclear if ray tracing games will be available when the RTX 2070 hits stores.
Emerging Tech

‘Minimal Turing Test’ asks humans to prove they’re human with only one word

Researchers from MIT and the University of Pennsylvania created a new spin on the classic Turing Test. It asks participants to name a single word that explains what makes humans, well, human.
Deals

The ultrathin Dell S2718D 27-inch monitor is on sale for a very limited time

Does your PC monitor need an upgrade? The ultrathin Dell S2718D 27-inch monitor boasts InfinityEdge technology for a near bezel-less display and can charge your devices via a 45 watt USB-C port. It's on sale right now for $220.
Photography

Hasselblad’s widest lens turns medium-format X1D into sublime camera for landscapes

Hasselblad's new XCD 21mm f/4 lens turns the medium-format X1D into a travel photographers dream camera -- if you can afford it. We took one with us to Europe to put it through its paces, and it is the perfect combo.
Photography

Leica teases new S3 medium-format camera, Fotos app, and more

Leica has shared five announcements regarding a new lens mount made in partnership with Panasonic and Sigma, an upcoming medium-format camera, a new smartphone app, a new color option, and firmware updates for existing cameras.
Computing

Here’s what we want to see from the Surface Studio 2

Check out our list of the top rumors and wishes for the Surface Studio 2! Microsoft is likely to announce the Studio 2 this year: The iMac competitor first arrived with massive touchscreen and many design-friendly elements, but was severely…