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Google Pixel Buds

Okay, it looks like these have blown all other ear buds out of the water.

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The CPU Wars Are Back On

16 cores and 32 threads? Holy cow.
AMD Threadripper CPU with 16 cores and ability to run 32 threads of execution in parallel shipping this summer.

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Google Home is coming to the UK soon

At last!
We're in the Home stretch; Google Home is coming to the UK soon, stay tuned for more

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Autonomous vehicle technology is moving at an incredible rate

You'll have to excuse the pun in the heading, but +Derek Ross is right about the technology progressing rapidly.

Now obviously the video in the article has been edited to highlight all the really great things with the technology as it stands right now, but it is still really compelling evidence that the technology is pretty much here already. It just needs acceptance by the general public and of course government regulators.
Damn. Autonomous driving technology seems to be progressing at an extremely high rate. Watch Nvidia's BB8 self-driving car navigate the world with ease.

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Leaked NASA paper shows the 'impossible' EM Drive really does work

It still needs a lot more research to find out exactly what is happening to create the thrust. If everything goes well though, this will revolutionise our ability to travel in space.

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How long does it take to charge three high end smartphones?

This is an interesting test, as it uses the chargers that come with the phones. The Apple iPhone 7 Plus is significantly slower than the other two and with the smallest battery too.
Apple has really good battery life, but the charging time is terrible. It should be faster with the iPad charger but too bad it's not included during purchase.

Screenshot from supersaf youtube channel

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Nintendo Switch

On just saw this video and now I am looking forward to it's release in March! Nintendo will be giving more details at an event on the 12th of January.

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Look how far we have come

I was poking around on Amazon the other day and found this. It's a 256 GB flash drive for just under £11.

So I bought two.

After opening the package and holding it for the first time, my immediate impression was, "Wow. This is solid." In other words, it doesn't feel cheap at all.

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Atlas, The Next Generation

If you thought four legged travel was spooky, then watch this.

It is amazing the progress they are making at Boston Dynamics.
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