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Moto Z3 Play Review: Unlocked and Loaded

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GoPro’s Hero series finally has a worthy competitor in handheld action cameras, and it’s from a company you may associate more with quadcopters. DJI’s new Osmo Action offers nearly everything that makes the GoPro popular and adds a few tricks of its own, including a front screen for effortless action selfies. DJI clearly took a …

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Amazon has just released another Alexa-enabled home device. It’s the third generation of its countertop smart display, the Echo Show. But today’s launch of this new product coincides with the rollout of something many would consider more valuable: a seemingly more privacy-aware Amazon. The new Echo Show 5—called this because of its 5.5-inch diagonal display, …

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Folding bikes are portable, but only in relative terms. Lugging around 25 pounds is no joke, let alone while hoisting a hunk of aluminum and rubber in your hand. Tern Bicycles, founded by ex-employees of folding-bike giant Dahon, has devoted years to figuring out how to make it easier to move around with a folding …

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Wires are the bane of my existence. One day, we will all look back at a time when we carried rolled-up burritos stuffed full of charging cables as a low point in both technological and human development. In the smart home, wires are really annoying. I’ve spent more than a few hours puzzling over hardware …

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Monday is Memorial Day, and while its a solemn day celebrating our fallen veterans, it also marks the unofficial beginning of summer and brings with it some of the seasons best sales. To get your summer started right we’ve rounded up some of our favorite deals from online retailers around the web and included the …

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Password managers are the vegetables of the internet. We know they’re good for us, but most of us are happier snacking on the password equivalent of junk food. For seven years running that’s been “123456” and “password”—the two most commonly used passwords on the web. The problem is, most of us don’t know what makes …

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Ben Berman thinks there’s a problem with the way we date. Not in real life—he’s happily engaged, thank you very much—but online. He’s watched too many friends joylessly swipe through apps, seeing the same profiles over and over, without any luck in finding love. The algorithms that power those apps seem to have problems, too, …

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What’s a giant consumer electronics maker to do when it notices that younger customers are more interested in paying for experiences, rather than things? That’s what WIRED senior associate editor Arielle Pardes had the chance to ask Samsung’s David Eun this week at the Collision conference in Toronto. Eun says he envisions a consumer market …

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Grilling on a holiday, when you’ve got the day off, is easy. You can take your time; pull out your artisanal hardwood charcoal; light it in your chimney starter; build a perfect two-level fire; and lovingly tend your rib-eye, or your chicken breasts, or your pork ribs. Holiday grilling is hobby grilling. But what about …

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It’s almost summer, which means it’s time to give serious thought to beer. You could buy six-packs, sure, or step up to a growler if you’re feeling fancy. Or you could take a look at Hopsy, which delivers a countertop-sized, draft beer dispenser to your home, and ships two-liter torpedoes filled with microbrews to fill …

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