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Creator Pro 3D Printer by Flash Forge

Creator Pro 3D Printer by Flash Forge

With a sturdy metal frame and an enclosed chassis, the FlashForge Creator Pro proves more stable than its predecessor and includes features like an upgraded platform leveling system, dual extruders, metal build plate, and guide rod to help with stabilization and durability, making it a winner in our Workhorse category. Delivering on both print quality […]

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AirPods case to charge iPhones ?

AirPods case to charge iPhones ?

A Nikkei report this week has indicated that Apple plans to make the case of the next AirPods earphones a wireless charger for the iPhone. On the surface, the report offers more questions than answers. The current AirPods case can neither receive (a Qi-compatible case has been announced, but isn’t shipping) nor transmit wireless charging, […]

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Steam games for less than £3 ??

Steam games for less than £3 ??

Everyone knows you can find great PC gaming deals during the Steam’s summer sale, but with so many games to choose from, it can be hard to make a decision on what to buy. We thought we’d make it a little easier by highlighting some of the best games available for less than the price […]

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Apple could bundle subscriptions together!

Apple could bundle subscriptions together!

Apple is already rumored to be planning a news and magazine subscription service for next year, and the company is reportedly considering bundling it with the video content it’s been acquiring at a rapid pace. A new report in The Information echoes an earlier story from The Wall Street Journal that said Apple could bundle […]

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128TB SD Cards ?

128TB SD Cards ?

The SD Association has announced a new card specification that should increase maximum storage on SD cards to 128 terabytes and provide much faster data transfer speeds of 985 megabytes per second. Right now the maximum storage space on an SD card is 2TB, and that limit was promised as far back as 2009, but […]

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OS X Mojave Available to the public ??

OS X Mojave Available to the public ??

Apple has opened up a public beta for macOS Mojave, the next version of its desktop OS. Anyone with a supported Mac (and that’s most of them made from 2012 onward) can install and start to try out the new OS today. Its new features include a dark mode, a redesigned app store, four new […]

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GarageBand update!

GarageBand update!

  Apple has announced a new update to music-making app GarageBand that adds loads of new sounds, loops, and instruments. As part of the update, Artist Lessons, which were previously £4.99 each, will now be free and included as part of Basic Lessons within the app. As part of GarageBand 10.3, the app is introducing […]

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Beat Saber VR

Beat Saber VR

  Beat Saber, the rhythm VR game from developer Hyperbolic Magnetism combines original beats with vibrant visuals and frenetic gameplay. The team started on this project in 2016 after not being satisfied with the selection of rhythm games available at the time. It has been released on Steam and Oculus. It costs about £15 and […]

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Dying light 3D printer model ?

Dying light 3D printer model ?

  The creators of Dying Light have released some 3D models to download and paint if you so wish. The video above from youtube shows a really skilled model hobbyist painting a zombie in great detail. You can download from any reputable 3D printer model distribution site but I have always found www.thingiverse.com to have a massive collection […]

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No VR for Xbox one owners ?

No VR for Xbox one owners ?

Microsoft has completely pulled back on plans to support virtual reality headsets on the Xbox. In an interview with Gamesindustry.biz, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer of gaming Mike Nichols said that “we don’t have any plans specific to Xbox consoles in virtual reality or mixed reality.” Nichols goes on to say that the PC is “probably […]

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