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James Bareham
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I'm a work in progress sort of thing...
I'm a work in progress sort of thing...

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We wandered the halls and nether regions of CES in Las Vegas to bring you footage of gadgets in the wild, and in captivity. Welcome to Gadget Earth

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2016: A YEAR IN PHOTOGRAPHS

It's the last Friday afternoon in 2016, so we put together a collection of our favorite photographs to look back over what's been an extraordinarily emotional year.



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Apple's new coffee table book is satisfyingly self-indulgent and makes me more than a little nostalgic for my first iPhone - http://www.theverge.com/tldr/2016/11/17/13666750/designed-by-apple-coffee-table-book-iconic-product-photography

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Strange things have been afoot at the Circle K: while you were sleeping, The Verge got a brand new website. http://www.theverge.com/2016/11/1/13484656/verge-5th-anniversary-relaunch-2016

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Our video review of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is +now live!+. Not only is this a complete and thorough review of Apple's new flagship phones, it's incredibly beautiful.

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Rummaging around this afternoon looking for props for a test shoot I came across this and wondered: is Google Glass "retro cool" yet? I'm guessing that's probably a no. 
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Fancy hailing an +Uber instead of waiting for the bus? If you live in Florida, that's now a thing. +The Verge http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/1/12735666/uber-altamonte-springs-fl-public-transportation-taxi-system

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Building Manhattan and the Five Boroughs Out of E-Waste

Photographing the lead image for this feature on +The Verge only took about five minutes, but making the model took about three weeks. It involved collecting bags of e-waste from one of the recycling centers; cutting some of it into the shapes of the five boroughs with a high pressure water-saw; glueing other pieces of e-waste on top to make the 'buildings' and finally mounting everything to old blue MacPro memory boards to create the 'water'. Projects like this are exactly why I love working The Verge so much!

Massive thanks to Amelia Krales for all of her help (and for her fab photography throughout the rest of the feature); Andrew Hawkins for the words, Michael Zelenko for editing and Frank Bi for product.

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Like gadgets? Then you're going to LOVE "The World's Best Gadget Blog": Circuit Breaker is now LIVE on The Verge. http://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker
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