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Control your GoPro camera while running with the latest update to the Polar V800

Polar updated its V800 watch, adding support for remotely controlling the GoPro Hero 5 action camera as well as compatibility with Stryd, a device designed to measure power for runners during workouts.

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Foxconn may open a Wisconsin manufacturing plant, but maybe not for the iPhone

Electronics manufacturing company Foxconn may be ready to sign a deal to open a plant in Wisconsin, potentially bringing with it 50,000 new jobs. Despite the company’s ties with Apple, it’s not known if Apple products will be made there.

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This Dalek documentary project needs funding now or it will be exterminated

Dalek fans, an established British filmmaker is planning to make a tell-all documentary about Doctor Who’s greatest enemy and most iconic adversary, but he needs your help.

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Roaming charges end in the EU, but Brexit confusion may dampen celebrations

EU citizens traveling to other EU countries will pay the same as they do at home to use their phones, as roaming charges end in the region. However, there is still confusion over whether the new rules will apply to the U.K. after Brexit.

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Netflix has a hidden limit on how many times you can download content

You may have already discovered it for yourself, but Netflix has a limit on how many times you can download a show or movie for offline viewing. Netflix started offering downloads last year, though didn’t mention limitations.

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We could soon be painting our houses with ?solar paint? for clean energy

Researchers in Australia have developed a “solar paint” that can abosorb moisture from the air and turn it into hydrogen fuel for clean energy. The technology could be used alongside traditional solar cells from around 2022.

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Grab an umbrella! Animated GIFs are raining down on Facebook

Love them or hate them, GIFs have been around for 30 years, and Facebook is celebrating with a a new feature for posting GIFs in comments without having to leave the app or web browser.

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?Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor?: Our first take

In “Middle-earth: Shadow of War,” developer Monolith has expanded everything that made its predecessor so enjoyable, making it feel basically like a bigger, more robust version of the original.

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Streamers and press duke it out at E3 2017, but let’s not forget we’re all gamers

Streamers and YouTube creators are attending E3 2017 in record numbers, and that’s creating a bit of tension on the show floor. Here’s why it’s a good thing for everyone.

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Alienware Area 51 (2017): Our first take

Alienware will soon release an update to its veteran Area 51 desktop that adds support for AMD Threadripper and Intel Core X processors. Don’t let the looks fool you. Practical, clever design hides beneath the boisterous case.

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