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Vivo Nex S hidden camera exposed in "Clear Phone" mode

Today, the ongoing edition of Vivo Nex S shows what's happening in one of the strangest phones ever made. Vivo Nex S is a smartphone without an immediate clear front camera. Instead of an exposed camera, this camera has a camera that pops up when activated by the camera folder or third party. In a JerryRigEverything "clear edition" video for …

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Nintendo reveals the amazing winners of the Labo competition

What happened right now? In January, Nintendo revealed its Labo Kit sets consisting of cardboard sheets that can be used with Switch consoles to create things like robots, pianos and fishing rods. The company announced a Creators Contest last month that asked platform users to produce games and musical instruments. Now the winners have been announced. In the category "Best …

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Live with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro – TechCrunch

When reviewing hardware it is important to integrate it into your life as much as possible. If you can, replace it for your existing devices for a few days or a week to really get an idea of ​​how it's using it day by day. There are some shades you can only detect through this method. Of course, it is …

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Octopath Traveler Platforms can expand beyond Nintendo Switch

Octopath Traveler hype is very correct. Developed by Square Enix, in collaboration with Acquire, this turn-based RPG will quickly become a cool classic (or perhaps as classic in itself) among Nintendo Switch owners. Everyone who has picked up it's crazy that it's like a classic JRPG asking the question: why is this game not on PS4 / PS Vita? Each …

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Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​2018: round-up

After four days of intensive action, the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​has come to an end for another year. Hundreds of cars – and the odd bike too – came down on Hertz of Richmonds grounds in West Sussex, with many drivers watching the main attraction: Goodwood's famous, 1.16 mile mountain climbing track. As always, visitors were greeted by an …

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