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Jasmine Hemsley’s pink pepper lamb hotpot recipe | A cook’s kitchen
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Antique knick-knacks and golden knives find a home in Jasmine Hemsley’s kitchen ... which she uses to make this hearty Lancashire-style lamb hotpot spiced with pink peppercorns

I live in a live-work space in Elephant and Castle in London. The kitchen is in the middle, with a full wall of windows opposite it. They look out on to a railway arch and huge block of flats, though, so while there is nice natural light it’s only at specific times of day.

We have three rescue dogs – Arjuna, Bheema and Julie , who is sitting here on a chair I got at a Wimbledon car boot sale for £8. I’m a magpie for colour and character – I love a car boot. My parents travelled and loved things that could tell a story; I come from a family of collectors. And I did art foundation then went on to study furniture design.

Related: Hemsley and Hemsley’s final meal | My last supper

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Kitchen gadgets review: the Uuni Pro pizza oven – stoking it is sheer addiction
Posted on Wednesday December 13, 2017

This steel furnace isn’t for purists, but it produces celestial results. Just be careful your base doesn’t turn into a volcanic ash Frisbee

What?

The Uuni Pro pizza oven (£499, uk.uuni.net) is a steel furnace with fuel compartment, chimney stack and stone floor. Roasts Italian flatbreads, quickly.

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Better loving through technology: a day at the sex-toy hackathon
Posted on Sunday December 10, 2017

Sound-controlled vibrators, 3D-printed clitorises and ‘Michael Gove’ as a safe word: coders and inventors try to find the future of sex in south London

Twelve years of Catholic school prepares you for a lot of weird things, but walking into a church to find 50 people testing vibrators on each other’s noses, strapping each other into inflatable hug machines and flinging around bits of deconstructed sex toys under a huge stained-glass window that reads THOU ART THE KING OF GLORY O CHRIST is not one of them.

I am at Goldsmiths, University of London, in the church of what used to be St James Hatcham but was transformed, some years ago, into an arts “hub”. Hacksmiths, the student-run tech society at the university, runs “hackathons” – invention marathons – where over the course of three days, attendees of varying skills and backgrounds camp out on air beds and eat pizza while brainstorming and building machines. For this event, the theme was sex technology.

It’s awkward when you end up having the same penis as the person you’re getting frisky with

Related: Female sex robots, feel free to replace us if you want to | Barbara Ellen

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Google v Amazon: YouTube app pulled from Fire TV and Echo Show
Posted on Wednesday December 06, 2017

Public spat between two of world’s biggest tech companies intensifies as Google uses access to video platform as leverage to force retailer to sell its products

Google is using YouTube as leverage over Amazon to try and force the world’s largest retailer to sell its Home smart speakers, Chromecasts and Nest products.

Google has pulled official support for YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show and Fire TV devices, meaning that owners can no longer access the video site through a YouTube app.

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Google Pixel Buds review: Bluetooth earbuds are a missed opportunity
Posted on Monday December 04, 2017

Google enters the headphone market with interesting but flawed earbuds that don’t match Apple’s AirPods – and translation doesn’t live up to the hype

The Google Pixel Buds are a set of wireless neckband-style Bluetooth earbuds that have a few fancy tricks up their sleeve, including the ability to near real-time translation. But are they really that good?

First things first, the Google Pixel Buds are not entirely wireless, unlike Bluetooth earbuds such as the Bragi Dash Pro or Apple’s AirPods. Instead there’s a cable running between the two earbuds, which is a shame, as cables between earbuds are no longer needed, and it frequently gets tugged and caught by clothing, restricting the movement of your head.

Pros: rapid Google Assistant, Translate, good battery life, good sound

Cons: no isolation, a cable, questions over durability of case, not all features work with all devices, no multi-device connection

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Amazon Echo, Google Home or Sonos One: which smart speaker should I buy?
Posted on Friday December 01, 2017

Voice-control devices that can play music, answer questions and buy goods are one of the hottest gifts this Christmas. Here’s what they can do – and our pick of the best buys

Smart speakers are set to be the hottest Christmas gift this year. On Black Friday, Amazon dropped the price of its core Echo product to £79 (it is back up to £90 now), while Google slashed the cost of its Home device from £129 to £77.50 at most outlets (it is also back up now). Meanwhile, Apple is promising to launch its version, HomePod, although the price point is rumoured to be significantly higher.

With the pre-Christmas launch of the Echo Show, which ups Alexa’s game with a built-in screen, are they the next must-have device? A simple voice command can fill your room with music – and change tunes whenever you wish. They will answer questions on a vast range of topics, set alarms, tell you the weather and what your commute holds in store. Some can order almost any goods over the internet for delivery within hours or days. Hooked up with other devices, they turn lights on and off and control the heating. But they have also been accused of making fake purchases and snooping on your conversations.

Related: Amazon Echo Show review: smart speaker with a screen has great potential

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Amazon Kindle Oasis 2017 review: the Rolls-Royce of e-readers
Posted on Friday December 01, 2017

The new top-end Kindle is an indulgent purchase, but with added water resistance and other refinements it’s still the one to beat

Amazon’s new top-end e-reader is now water resistant, but is the all aluminium Kindle Oasis still the luxury option to buy?

While the original Kindle Oasis was a big step forward in e-reader design, the 2017 Oasis is more of a refinement with fewer of the compromises made last year for fit and form.

Pros: long battery life, light, easy to hold, excellent screen, even auto-adjusting frontlight, great page-turn buttons, luxurious feel, faster, Audible integration

Cons: expensive, cover not included, no support for third-party audiobooks, no headphones socket

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Black Friday 2017: all the best UK deals in one list
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Where to find the UK’s best Black Friday sale offers, from Amazon and Argos to John Lewis and Tesco

Shoppers will splash out more than £2.5bn on Black Friday deals, as the UK continues its affair with the US-inspired discount day.

Sales will continue over the weekend with £7.3bn expected to be spent between Friday morning and Monday night according to the Centre for Retail Research and the Vouchercodes website.

Related: The best travel deals and discounts for Cyber Monday and Black Friday

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Black Friday sales rise in UK despite fewer shoppers on high street
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Online retailers attract bulk of spending with John Lewis reporting its busiest ever single hour of website sales

Black Friday 2017: the best UK deals all in one place

Britain’s online retailers won the battle for sales on Black Friday with overall spending up on a year ago despite a drop in the number of shoppers visiting stores.

As the annual shopping jamboree kicked off, a dip in web traffic figures and fewer shoppers out on the high streets suggested Britons were falling out of love with the American-inspired discount day. But momentum built during the day and Barclaycard, which processes nearly half of all debit and credit card transactions in the UK, estimated that Black Friday spending finished up 8% on 2016.

Related: Black Friday 2017: the best UK deals all in one place

More staff than customers at @curryspcworld Stratford this morning #BlackFriday2017 pic.twitter.com/G3TUAGCJJw

#BlackFriday
This made me laugh.
I do hope it's indicative of the UK embracing #BuyNothingDay pic.twitter.com/4AnkD7SaGA

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Amazon Echo Show review: smart speaker with a screen has great potential
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Alexa’s latest home works as a digital photo frame, a small TV, a video-calling hub and is smart in the kitchen, making it more than just a novelty device

The Amazon Echo Show takes the Alexa voice assistant and squeezes it into a cross between a digital photo frame, small TV and smart speaker for something that’s more than just an interesting novelty.

Pros: screen, Alexa, Amazon Video, YouTube, can always hear you, Bluetooth, video calling, excellent smart home control, great sound

Cons: always-listening object in your house, can activate accidentally, limited number of music and video services supported, expensive compared to Echo

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Sky Soundbox review: the all-in-one TV speaker that won't annoy the neighbours
Posted on Thursday November 23, 2017

Tired of reaching for the remote whenever something explodes in a film? The compact Soundbox might be your saviour – but it’s pricey if you don’t have Sky

Sky has partnered with French audio-firm Devialet to create the Soundbox, an all-in-one TV speaker that promises to squeeze full-range, powerful sound into a small box that, in theory, won’t annoy the neighbours.

Pros: compact, powerful sound, simple setup, Q Sound modes, good late night mode, no need for a separate sub, Bluetooth

Cons: can’t put anything on top of it, needs to be placed in the open, no wifi or multi-room audio, no Dolby Atmos

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Kitchen gadgets review: Rotimatic – does anyone need a robot chapati maker?
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

This roti-making robot creaks and clanks as it mixes, kneads, rolls and cooks dough, before shooting the resultant flatbreads out of a letterbox

The Rotimatic Rotimaker (£830, Rotimatic.com) is a complex unit comprising reservoirs, manipulative mechanisms and hot plate. Converts flour and water into cooked south-Asian flatbreads.

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The top 10 gaming trends of 2017
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

As video gaming tightens its grip on mainstream culture, the games and their themes are becoming broader and bolder

Gadgets are only as good as their content, and though 2017 has been a difficult year for the world, it’s been a great one for video games. As gaming elbows its way to the centre stage of mainstream culture, the titles and their themes are increasingly reflecting the wide variety of players and their concerns. Here are the best games and consoles, and the most exciting trends of 2017.

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OnePlus 5T review: premium full-screen experience at half cost of iPhone X
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

OnePlus has done it again, producing a smartphone with almost its rivals’ high-end features, including 36-hour battery life, at an affordable price

The OnePlus 5T propels the Chinese company into the brave new era of full-screen smartphones, with a new 6in minimal bezel display squeezed into the body of a 5.5in device.

The 5T is OnePlus’s fourth phone in two years. Unlike the OnePlus 3 to 3T upgrade in 2016, the internal components for the 5T have mostly stayed the same as those of the OnePlus 5, with the screen and camera the biggest differences.

Pros: great battery life, good screen, good build, great performance, dual-Sim, good camera, Bluetooth 5

Cons: old version of Android, no IP water resistance rating, screen only FHD+, no wireless charging, no expandable storage, questions around support

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How Brexity is your vacuum cleaner?
Posted on Sunday November 19, 2017

Staunch leaver James Dyson has said Britain should walk away from talks with the EU. Here’s where other dust busters stand on the issue

As well as vacuum cleaners, Dyson is famous for gadgets that blow hot air, from fans to hairdryers. These days, that list also includes the company’s billionaire founder James Dyson, who regularly blasts unsuspecting Britons with his gung-ho view on Brexit.

Most recently, the outspoken British inventor argued we should walk away from talks with the EU. Walk away and “they will come to us”, argues Dyson.

Related: Sir James Dyson dismisses Brexit trade fears as 'cobblers'

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The 40 best gadgets of 2017
Posted on Sunday November 19, 2017

From smart-speakers and virtual bikes to robot vacuums and indestructible cables, here is the year’s most covetable technology

You can assemble one of three robots with this Lego-like kit, each fully mobile and equipped with an infra-red sensor to help it detect and interact with its environment. Best of all, it can then be programmed using the child-friendly block-programming app, opening limitless opportunities.

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‘Amazon’s Alexa is now part of the family – I just hope she doesn’t replace me’
Posted on Sunday November 19, 2017

In 2017 voice recognition has gone mainstream, with the Echo, Google Home and other smart speakers all competing for space in your life

The most futuristic thing I have ever bought used to be a Sonos music player. I’d have people over just to show it off. “Name a song,” I’d say. “Go on, any version of any song by any act that ever lived. I dare you.” So they would, and I’d pull out my phone and – hey presto – seconds later, that song would boom out across my living room like magic. No ungainly wires. No battery-draining Bluetooth connection. When friends moved house, I’d see their stupid boxes of old CDs and laugh. “You antiquated morons,” I’d gloat. “When I move house, I’ll be able to fit every song ever recorded into a shoebox. I live in the distant future and you are a bone-throwing ape, and it’s all thanks to my Sonos.”

I hate my Sonos player now.

Related: Amazon’s Echo seems great, but what does it hear? | John Naughton

Alexa does the job so well I’d be willing to bet that she’ll be named as a contributing factor in a divorce one day

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‘I don’t have many gadgets – I’m not even sure I have a blender’: Stevie Parle
Posted on Saturday November 18, 2017

The pasta master thinks simplicity and green fingers are all that are required in the kitchen ...

About two years ago we left east London for Kent. We wanted something interesting and fun, and more space for our kids. And we found this house – it’s quite unusual. Set in a acre of land inside a nature reserve, it is low-impact and environmentally friendly. Parts of it are very old, as it used to be the park ranger’s home. We have loads of solar panels, and bring water up from the ground, so the house is off-grid. And the inside is thoroughly connected to the outside, with a door on to the outside from every room, pretty much. It’s really nice to be in the woods.

There is a large open-plan space, which comprises the kitchen, dining and living room. Large black stone tiles on the floor, with a colourful rug we bought at a market in Morocco, and very high ceilings with wooden beams painted grey. The walls are mostly white throughout the house, although we do like splashes of bright colour – all the doors are yellow, and one of the rooms off the kitchen is bright, bright blue. That’s where our two dogs sleep – a lurcher called Otto, and this Irish wolfhound, Molly. She’s so sweet and gentle. And big … I’m extremely tall, so it’s nice to have a dog in scale …

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Confessions of a kitchen hoarder | Sue Quinn
Posted on Friday November 17, 2017

I learnt the hard way that you can collect all the kitchen gadgets you like – it doesn’t mean you’re a great chef. In the drawers of the best cooks, less is more all round ...

It’s not that I’m blind to the seductive wink of kitchen equipment. As others desire the scarlet flash of Louboutin soles or the buttery kiss of a Balenciaga tote, I’m susceptible to culinary gadgets and utensils. Show me a cool square of mottled marble on which to roll out pastry, and I’m gone.

You could see this for yourself if you managed to jemmy open my large kitchen drawer – one of several slotted pasta scoops is likely to have wedged it firmly shut. Inside is an archaeological assay of my kitchen past; a timeline of bits and bobs, some of which I use daily but most of which I have abandoned to the gods.

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Kitchen gadgets review: the Donut Mug – an unsettling setting for a brew
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

This ring doughnut-shaped mug is arguably clever. In practice, the teabag glowers in the corner and the front is hard to drink from. And as for the back …

The Donut Mug (£16.99, Firebox.com). Clay-fired vessel, shaped as punctured ring torus and decoratively glazed, with handle. Imitates doughnut.

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10 killer PC upgrades that are shockingly cheap
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

No need to break the bank
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Sure, swanky new Surface Pros and $1,200 graphics cards may capture all the headlines, but on a practical level, the real story is that PCs aren’t cheap. As a working father with two kids and a mortgage to pay, I understand that all too well. But if your computer’s starting to feel pokey, there’s fortunately no reason to rush out a spend hundreds on a new one.

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Ella brings smart searching to home security cameras
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

A new deep learning engine from surveillance equipment manufacturer IC Realtime lets you tag and search relevant video footage using natural language.

Best health and fitness gifts of 2017
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

Chances are your friends and family are going to stuff themselves silly with unfathomable calories between now and 2018. So why not balance the equation by giving them a gadget that can nudge them in a more healthful direction? Not all of the gear below is geared toward weight loss and exercise, but everything is designed for general health and wellness, and I have direct experience with every single product.

TRX Home Gym Suspension Trainer

If you’ve spent time in a modern, forward-thinking gym, you may already be aware of TRX suspension training. The TRX system consists of two adjustable straps that hang from an anchor point on the ceiling. Simply grab the straps—usually with your hands, but sometimes with your feet—then use your bodyweight to perform an amazing array of exercises and stretch routines that hit every every muscle group.

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Best Samsung Galaxy Note 8 cases: Top picks in every style
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

If you spend $950 on a phone like the Galaxy Note 8, you’re going to want some measure of protection. That means putting your Note 8 in a case.

There are a lot to choose from: Some show off the design of the phone, others keep you from dropping it, and others will help it survive a nasty fall. No matter what kind of case you’re looking for, we’ve got you—and your new phone—covered.

Best transparent Note 8 cases

To show off your Galaxy Note 8 as Samsung intended, you’ll want a clear case—and a polishing cloth. Because the back of the Galaxy Note 8 is made of glass, it picks up fingerprints very easily. You’ll need to clean it before you pop it into the case. Polishing the case itself doesn't hurt, either.

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Remo+ Doorcam review: This wireless security camera hangs on your front door
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

This easy-to-install alternative to a doorbell cam alerts you to visitors and lets you talk with them even when you're not at home.

PowerSpec 1710 and PowerSpec 1510 review: Formidable gaming laptops at great prices
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

Savvy electronics shoppers know Micro Center as the go-to retailer for mouthwatering CPU deals if you’re lucky enough to live near one. The company’s first-ever homegrown gaming laptops continue that devotion to damned good prices. Despite packing a full-fat GeForce GTX 1070 and other high-end hardware, the aluminum-clad PowerSpec 1510 costs a mere $1,300, and the PowerSpec 1710 just $1,400. (With in-store pickup only, of course—this is Micro Center.) That’s surprisingly little cash for such potent portable PCs!

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Shinola Canfield on-ear headphones review: These cans are made for hipsters, not audiophiles
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

Detroit—car capital of America—has had difficulty recovering from a decade-long economic downturn. Many companies have left the Motor City, outsourcing their manufacturing, assembly, and materials production overseas. Shinola is bucking that trend, manufacturing headphones, luxury watches and watch straps, hand-built bicycles, and high-end leather goods here. (You can read the larger story behind Shinola’s drive to bring manufacturing back to the U.S. here). It’s a noble effort to be sure, but it's not enough to make Shinola’s Canfield on-ear headphones worthy of their substantial price tag.

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Microsoft takes $550 off the Alienware 15 gaming laptop as time runs out on PC deals
Posted on Saturday December 16, 2017

Microsoft’s 12 Days of Deals has produced some amazing PC sales, and Microsoft is spotlighting one more: the rugged, powerful Alienware 15 R3 gaming notebook, a bargain at $550 off—and with the opportunity to save $100 more.

Microsoft’s 12 Days of Deals sales have produced some epic bargains, notably the $550 off the Dell XPS 13 steal that has, sadly, expired. But smart shoppers know the power of last-minute deals, and there’s still a few to be scored as Microsoft’s deals days expire.

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Best smart bulbs
Posted on Saturday December 16, 2017

Today’s smart bulbs are brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right one for your environment remains a challenge.

How to automatically mute a website within Google Chrome, forever
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

If you’re the type of person who detests autoplaying video ads with sound, Google’s Chrome provides some help. The beta of Google Chrome 64 allows you to mute a site permanently, so even if a video pops up—and Chrome can block some of those, too!—it won’t blow you out of your seat. The feature is expected to roll out to the general public sometime in January. 

Google’s Chrome 64 beta ships with a stronger popup ad blocker, which automatically prevents some dodgy ads from either appearing or re-routing you to other sites on the web. But it also applies some site-by-site controls, so that when you visit a website, you have better control of what media to allow and disallow.

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SteelSeries Apex M750 review: For people who prioritize RGB lighting above all other features
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Earlier this year I finally got around to covering SteelSeries’s Apex M800 and its proprietary QS1 switch, and now it’s gone. Yes, after just one keyboard, SteelSeries has ditched the QS1 switch, with its square housing and centered LED. 

Taking its place is the Apex M750 keyboard designed around the all-new QX2 switch—still proprietary, but quite a bit more familiar. The QX2 falls squarely into “Cherry MX knockoff” territory, as with so many switches these days.

So how does it fare?

Note: This review is part of our best gaming keyboards of 2017 roundup. Go there for details about competing products and how we tested them.

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This week in games: Crytek sues Star Citizen, Destiny 2 'The Dawning' holiday event revealed
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Every AMD Radeon RX graphics card you can buy for PC gaming
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Radeon roundup
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Image by Brad Chacos/IDG

Not all graphics cards are created equal. Both AMD and Nvidia offer a wide range of graphics cards designed for tasks as varied as adding basic video support to a home theater PC to playing gorgeous video games at crushingly high frame rates and resolutions.

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Best holiday laptop deals
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

The holidays are a great time for laptop deals, but with only weeks left in the season time is running out.

To help you out, we've pulled together the top laptop deals available. These options range from a fancy gaming laptop to an ultra-budget conscious clamshell and points in between. We'll be updating this article from time to time as deals change, so check back every so often to see what else we've found. Just be warned that if you wait too long, you may miss your opportunity to get anything in time for the holidays!

(If you're having trouble figuring out which laptop to get, our Holiday Laptop Buyer's Guide can help. It walks you through the different specs and what to expect from each pricing tier.)

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Amazon's Echo Show has dropped in price by $80
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Fallout 4 VR review: An epic sense of scale bolsters this janky VR port
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Fallout 4 VR makes a terrible first impression.

Boot it up and it’s immediately clear it wasn’t built for VR first and foremost. The main menu does that thing where it’s just the original 2D menu projected in empty space. The “War never changes...” intro does the same. Then when you get into the actual game, you see a rudimentary version of the character creation sequence where you’re standing in front of a mirror—and if you step backwards, you can just walk straight through the wall.

This “Oh, someone didn’t even think of this or at least didn’t come up with a way to solve it” rough-around-the-edges aspect does not bode well. It continued, too. As I dove further into the game, I kept finding other aspects that annoyed me, that demonstrated Fallout 4 was never built with VR in mind—awkward controls, a terrible teleport system, objects that don’t react the way you’d expect in VR.

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Best smart thermostat
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

There are so many smart thermostats to choose from today. We'll help you pick the right one.

Farewell, AIM: AOL Instant Messenger has signed off permanently
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

It’s the end of an era that realistically ended a decade ago. On Friday, AOL shut down AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) permanently. Plans for its death were first announced in October.

When I heard the news, my mind flashed back to the boxes full of America Online CDs in every store, to the dubstep-like beeps and boops of a 28.8K modem connecting to the Internet, and AIM chat rooms providing a real-time connection with people around the world long before social networks accomplished the same task.

But the rise of social networks like Facebook and Whatsapp were the final nail in AIM’s coffin. The company acknowledges that the times aren’t just a-changing now that we’re in the smartphone era—they’ve already been altered forever. “AIM tapped into new digital technologies and ignited a cultural shift, but the way in which we communicate with each other has profoundly changed,” wrote Michael Albers, VP of communications at Oath (the Verizon brand that gobbled up AOL).

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Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition review: Taming Vega's flaws with brute force
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Four long months after AMD’s flawed Radeon Vega graphics cards launched, custom versions are finally starting to trickle out—and the wait was worth it. The monstrous, yet luxurious Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition relies on brute force to squash the most troubling problems that plague reference Vega cards. This beast sports the most wildly effective cooler to ever cross our test bench, and it manages to toss in a factory overclock while providing impressive tools for enthusiasts to push performance even further.

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How Microsoft is wading into 'fake news' with Bing opinion-based search results
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

On Wednesday, Microsoft told a roomful of journalists that, on Bing, “alternative facts” would be considered the equivalent of the Washington Post.

Sure, that’s just my opinion. But that’s also the new approach that Bing’s rolling out over the next week: striking out beyond facts into a brave new world in which opinions matter, too. Eventually, Bing will respond to certain questions with answers that represent both sides of an issue, not just a list of search results. One of those new voices will be Reddit, a popular online community with millions of contributors.

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