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iPhone 8 images based on leaked factory CAD drawings show all glass design, thicker body

We’ve seen a variety of iPhone 8 leaks over recent months and now a new set of renders has emerged, this time courtesy of Onleaks. These renders are based on leaked CAD images and may offer the most accurate look yet at what the iPhone 8 could look like…

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Chance Miller

May 9th

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Here are Netflix’s most popular shows for every country

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Everyone has their own unique habits when it comes to Netflix. Personally, I binge watch House of Cards within a week of each new season, try to check out every new comedy special, and generally fall asleep at night to Futurama or Forensic Files. To you, that might not sound appealing, but it's my routine and I like it. Because TV habits are so uniquely personal, you might not think compiling the entire world's Netflix preferences into a giant popularity list would make much sense, but that's just what the web gurus at HSI did, and it proves to be an interesting glimpse into how diverse the world's TV tastes really are.

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Mike Wehner

May 9th

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Here are Netflix’s most popular shows for every country

netflix most popular shows

Everyone has their own unique habits when it comes to Netflix. Personally, I binge watch House of Cards within a week of each new season, try to check out every new comedy special, and generally fall asleep at night to Futurama or Forensic Files. To you, that might not sound appealing, but it's my routine and I like it. Because TV habits are so uniquely personal, you might not think compiling the entire world's Netflix preferences into a giant popularity list would make much sense, but that's just what the web gurus at HSI did, and it proves to be an interesting glimpse into how diverse the world's TV tastes really are.

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Mike Wehner

May 9th

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Hands-on: iOS-compatible LaMetric Time clock is like a status board for your desk [Video]

The LaMetric Time is a highly-customizable Wi-Fi-enabled clock that can be configured via its free iOS companion app. The app allows you to customize the clock face, and load apps for displaying personalized information — things like Twitter followers and realtime YouTube subscriber numbers, for example.

Although the LaMetric Time includes a clock, it’s more of a smart dashboard that can be fed information from a seemingly endless amount of Internet-connected sources. The device, which includes Bluetooth-enabled stereo speakers, makes for a good desktop companion that keeps you up to date with details on everything from Instagram followers to stock updates. Have a look at our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…

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Jeff Benjamin

May 9th

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Hands-on: iOS-compatible LaMetric Time clock is like a status board for your desk [Video]

The LaMetric Time is a highly-customizable Wi-Fi-enabled clock that can be configured via its free iOS companion app. The app allows you to customize the clock face, and load apps for displaying personalized information — things like Twitter followers and realtime YouTube subscriber numbers, for example.

Although the LaMetric Time includes a clock, it’s more of a smart dashboard that can be fed information from a seemingly endless amount of Internet-connected sources. The device, which includes Bluetooth-enabled stereo speakers, makes for a good desktop companion that keeps you up to date with details on everything from Instagram followers to stock updates. Have a look at our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…

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Jeff Benjamin

May 9th

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Australian airline CEO pie-sassinated while on stage

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Alan Joyce has been CEO of Australian airline Qantas for nearly a decade at this point, and in his stint at the company he has helped the brand reverse its flagging fortunes and post record profits. That made him a pretty good person to choose as the keynote speaker at a business leadership event this week in Perth. However, one obviously disgruntled man was clearly having none of it, and choose to express his distaste for Joyce by ambushing the businessman with a lemon meringue pie while he was delivering his address. This is the world you live in.

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Mike Wehner

May 9th

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This is how Samsung will stop the Galaxy Note7R from exploding.

Galaxy Note 7 refurbished

Fingers crossed it's third time lucky for Samsung. The phone maker has started quietly producing a refurbished version of its ill-fated Note 7 handset, and pictures of it working have now leaked into the wild.

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Chris Mills

May 9th

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Wansview’s $35 Home Camera streams HD video to any iPhone or Android

Best Home Security Camera Under $100

We really love Google’s Nest Cam, but $170 is a lot of money to pay for a home camera. You know what isn’t a lot of money to pay for a home camera? $34.99. That’s how much Amazon is charging right now for the Wansview Home Camera, a well-reviewed streaming home security camera. This HD home camera is super easy to set up and it works with iPhones and Android phones. It also sports all of the features you’d expect in a home cam, including night vision and two-way audio.

Here are some highlights from the product page:

  • Quick and Easy setup: Using “one key Wi-Fi configuration” via Wansview App so as to connect your Wi-Fi with camera, no complicated setting needed of this wireless surveillance camera.Important tips before connection:IP/Network-2.4GHz Wireless(Incompatible with 5GHz). If your router supports both band, please close the 5GHz wifi connection.Set WPA2-PSK(AES) / WPA-PSK(AES) as Encryption
  • Wider Vision and Two-way Audio: Remarkable view with super wide 120 degree viewing angle, you can hear and talk to your family at anytime, anywhere. Easily mount on your wall, table or ceiling to keep an eye on what happened.The live stream will display directly to your Apple iOS/ Android smartphone, tablet, or PC application.
  • Night Vision for Day and Night Surveillance: Four IR leds, night vision up to 20 feet. You may access your camera from anytime and anywhere with our free app or through the web.
  • Mini Security Camera: Super slim, lengh:60mm wide:60mm. This is a perfect and delicate Wi-Fi camera for monitor your baby, elder, pets, babysitter and employees with a 720p high definition video stream.
  • Excellent compatible and customer service: Supports remote viewing via iOS/Android mobile devices, Windows PC, Apple Mac system and web browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome supported).IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS, PLEASE SEND EMAIL TO service2@wansview.com or CALL +1 6018063192 on 6 PM ~ 3 AM (PST) Monday-Friday.

Wansview Home Camera, 720P WiFi Wireless IP Security Surveillance Camera for Baby /Elder/ Pet/N…: $34.99

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Maren Estrada

May 9th

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Apple acquires popular Apple Watch & iOS sleep tracking platform Beddit

Apple has acquired popular iOS sleep tracking platform and hardware maker Beddit. While specific details of the acquisition are unclear at this point, Beddit has updated the privacy policy on its website to announce the acquisition and note of a privacy policy change…

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Chance Miller

May 9th

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The OnePlus 5 might be even faster than the Galaxy S8

OnePlus 5 vs. Galaxy S8 Benchmark Scores

We already know that OnePlus will launch a new affordable flagship smartphone this summer, and we already know the phone will be called OnePlus 5 — the company confirmed all that already. A variety of other leaks have also revealed the purported specs of the phone, and a blurry image coming from a OnePlus exec offered us the first glimpse of what could be the phone’s dual lens camera. Unsurprisingly, the leaks continue with a first benchmark leak for the handset, which seems to indicate the OnePlus 5 will be slightly faster than the Galaxy S8.

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Chris Smith

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