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CES 2016: Why Netflix will never be the same

CES 2016: Why Netflix will never be the same


Netflix will never be the same

"So this is honestly one of those misty-eyed, chill-in-the-spine days for Netflix. We’ve been working on this for a long, long time."

Todd Yellin works as Vice President of Product Innovation at Netflix, and the work he’s referring to was yesterday’s announcement that the service will launch in 130 countries in a dozen new languages and on millions of new devices.

Flipping the switch on a global network marks a new milestone for

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CES 2016: MSI’s newest gaming all-in-one comes with a graphics card backpack

CES 2016: MSI's newest gaming all-in-one comes with a graphics card backpack

All in ones have had a bad rap of being oversized laptop screens you can move around and they’ve been steadily integrating more desktop processors and other components. However, desktop graphics have been a tricky nut to crack that is until MSI took a swing.

The gaming hardware maker has introduced the Gaming 27XT, a 27-inch all-in one gaming machine that basically allows you to slot any desktop graphics card you want into its rear-mounted trailer. The external enclosure – which looks

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CES 2016: Your next car will be spying on you and everyone else

CES 2016: Your next car will be spying on you and everyone else

Cameras in cars are already common, especially in high end vehicles, but they all face outward keeping an eye on the scary world beyond your windshield. Not for much longer though, as they’re about to sneak inside the cabin too.

Qualcomm has been showing off its latest auto tech at CES 2016, and inside its tricked out Maserati we found a big brother style surveillance system.

As well as cameras on all four exterior sides of the car for a complete 360 view of what (and who) is around

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Taking the lead: how to transfer your camera snaps without a cable

Taking the lead: how to transfer your camera snaps without a cable


Leading the way

Photographs are no good to anyone just sitting on a camera – they deserve to be seen properly or shared. Whether you’re a casual snapper on the hunt for a new Facebook profile picture, or an enthusiast with a DSLR and a tripod waiting all day for the perfect portfolio shot, you want to get photos onto your laptop, phone, or tablet as soon as possible.

Normally you’d transfer them by connecting your camera to a PC or Mac with a cable. Trouble is, they’re

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Hands-on review: CES 2016: Nikon D500

Hands-on review: CES 2016: Nikon D500


Introduction and features

I had a hunch that Nikon would have something more enthusiast focused than the D5 up its sleeve at CES, and I wondered if it might be the D400, the fabled replacement for the D300S. Well the name might have changed to sit more comfortably alongside the company’s new top-end full-framer, but make no mistake, the D500 is the camera that many Nikon users have been holding out for.

The D500 sits at the top of Nikon’s APS-C (DX) format SLRs and it’s

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