• Withings announces the stylish Steel HR Sport, available now for $200

    1 month ago - By iMore

    An activity tracker that doesn't look like one.
    Withings has reacquired itself from Nokia and is back with an all-new stylish fitness tracker, the Steel HR Sport. Back in 2014 the company launched its first fitness wearable that looked more like an analog watch, the Activité, and this follows pretty close in its footsteps, but with some obvious improvements. The Steel HR Sport maintains the look of a "regular" watch but continues to provide all of the fitness tracking features that you'd want in a wearable. It tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned, as well as your heart rate...
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  • New Rocket League Hot Wheels DLC Coming September 24

    New Rocket League Hot Wheels DLC Coming September 24

    1 month ago - By Game Skinny

    Hot Wheels and Rocket League developers Psyonix have partnered up once again to announce an exclusive DLC pack. The Hot Wheels Triple Threat pack, costing $5.99 launches on all available platforms September 24.
    The DLC features three premium Battle-Cars: the Gazella GT, the MR11, and the Fast 4WD. Four unique details are available for each vehicle as well as three car toppers: a gorilla, a snake, and a spider.
    To celebrate Hot Wheels' 50th anniversary, free content will also launch alongside the DLC. The free content includes a new rival arena and 50th-anniversary themed customization...
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  • Take-Two CEO sees streaming gaming hitting big “in one to three years”

    Take-Two CEO sees streaming gaming hitting big “in one to three years”

    1 month ago - By Ars Technica

    Was OnLive just way ahead of its time?
    Since the hyped-up launch and dramatic fall of OnLive, there has been significant debate over when the idea of streaming games from remote servers will move from niche services like PlayStation Now and Nvidia's GeForce Now to a market-moving mainstream force.
    Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick weighed in on that debate recently, saying he thinks a large-scale market for streaming games could "happen in one to three years."
    Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Communicopia conference last week , Zelnick said the rise of streaming gaming was an inevitability that...
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  • Nokia X7 leaked images offer a closer look at the notchless display

    Nokia X7 leaked images offer a closer look at the notchless display

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Nokia X7 is one of HMD's mid-range Android smartphones that has yet to be officially introduced. However, the latest links paint a slightly different picture than what we originally thought. It appears that HMD won't include a notched display, even though it belongs to the X lineup .
    Although the first reports about the Nokia X7 suggested the smartphone will sport a notched display, the latest information leaked from China contradicts those reports. We now have two pictures allegedly showing the front and back sides of the Nokia X7 panel, something that we've seen before.
    However, ...
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  • Android One based Motorola One Power to launch in India on September 24

    Android One based Motorola One Power to launch in India on September 24

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Motorola has announced the launch schedule for the Moto One Power in India. The Android One based smartphone will be launched in the country on September 24. The smartphone made it to headlines during IFA 2018 because of its new notch design and a vertical camera. It's the first Moto phone to have a totally distinct design that's nowhere close to what Moto's G, E or Z-series look like. It also ditches Moto's trademark round camera dial on the back.
    What's on offer?
    The Motorola One Power has a huge 6.2-inch display and the eonly Moto phone to have 19:9 aspect ratio till date. Qualcomm's...
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