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Nintendo Announces 2DS XL

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Categories: Geek, Opinion

B&O Play by Bang & Olufsen Beoplay P2 Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET - Reviews - 1 hour 7 min ago
The latest entry in B&O Play's Bluetooth speaker lineup is a flat, lightweight model that's very travel friendly.

Google Loses Top Hardware Executive

Slashdot - 1 hour 33 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

Fitbit Blaze best wearable for wellness programs - Opinion - 2 hours 2 min ago

Among 21 wearables tested, Fitbit’s fitness watch Blaze is the best device for workplace wellness programs, according to a new study from Sprinbuk, a health analytics provider for employers.

Out of a possible 100 score, Blaze earned a 94, the highest in the survey. “The Fitbit Blaze is at the top of Fitbit’s lineup,” according to the report, available as a free PDF download. “As a sleek and stylish watch that also functions as a robust fitness tracker, the Blaze is an impressive product. From step counting and GPS to heart rate monitoring, this device is ready to handle your workout. The style of the watch fits into everyday life and never feels out of place. It’s easy to see why this is Fitbit’s top product.”

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Blame terrorists if you get a speeding ticket while driving in France - News - 2 hours 21 min ago

Drivers in France might be able to blame terrorists for their next speeding ticket, as police there crack down on mobile apps warning of their presence.

It's already illegal for smartphones and other GPS devices in France to warn of nearby fixed radars used to issue automatic penalties for speeding, so road information apps from Waze, Coyote and TomTom lose some of their functionality on crossing the French frontier.

Soon French police will be able to order such services not to display warnings of mobile radars and other traffic checks, declaring information blackout zones as much as 20 kilometers across for up to 24 hours.

Apps like Waze gather warnings from a community of users and put them on a handy map -- but the government decree, which could enter effect in late July, also extends the information blackout to all electronic driver-assistance or navigation systems -- whether smartphone apps, websites or social networks that inform users of the location of the police.

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Categories: Opinion

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