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Welcome back to my personal column dedicated to weekly Unboxing. Here’s what came to me today, which is February 7, 2020. This column that I propose to you almost weekly, summarizes everything that comes to me from partner companies, which I obviously review or sponsor, but not only: I will also deal with products that I myself purchase monthly for my personal use, such as iPhone covers, accessories. various for iPad, Mac and much more. Recommend you the best products on the market to buy is a DUTY for me, since for many I am a reference point for purchases,…

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Yesterday, Sony Interactive Entertainment changed the model number of the Jet Black version of PS4 Pro in Japan. So far the model it was the CUH-7000 and from now on it will be the CUH-7100, as discovered by the Japanese website 4Gamer. The website asked Sony the reason for this change, and the PlayStation house clarified that the new model number was required due to an update to the internal components of the console. Having said this, he also wanted to make it clear that there will be no change in features or specifications of the PS4 Pro. The upcoming…

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The new iPad Pro 2018 have undergone a RAM memory upgrade, with a substantial difference between the two models. Although all of Apple’s new iPad Pros are able to offer the same performance, thanks to the arrival of the new Apple A12X Bionic processor, the 1TB models appear to have significantly more RAM, according to an industry developer. Steve Troughton-Smith, a well-known developer who often uses the Twitter Social Network, recently informed the world of this substantial difference. Few people are likely to pay for a 1TB iPad Pro, as the cost is much higher, not only than any previous…

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Game Share The O! Play Mini already handles 1080p HD. The ASUS announced the new O! Play Mini compact media player, which is special in that it supports most media formats with its advanced decoder. At just 175 grams, the tiny device delivers high-definition 1080p HD resolution and comes with a number of extra features such as RighTXT captioning, a 4-in-1 memory card reader and HDMI connectivity. Thanks to the latter, the Mini displays videos in 1080p HD quality. It also supports Dolby TrueHD 7.1 channel audio decoding. As a result, it allows you to enjoy Blu-ray and other similar…

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Console – Microsoft Share The new DLC’s pinball tables are linked to four superheroes. The first DLC for Zen Studios’ recently released pinball machine, Pinball FX2-to. THE marvel pinball his tables are associated with four Marvel superheroes: Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man, and Blade. Marvel comic book heroes appear on the tables as both a background pattern and a 3D object, but the music and sound effects are also related to that hero. The Marvel Pinball DLC, available for purchase on Pinball FX2, costs € 7.99 on Xbox Live Arcade. They can earn a total of 50 points per player per…

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The famous Emojipedia website announces the arrival of 157 new Emojis, which will arrive by this 2018, along with iOS 12. The Unicode Consortium announced today that it has completed a new series of 157 Emoji, which companies like Apple will be able to implement by the end of the year. In reality, there are only 77 new Emojis, but they become 157 if you also calculate the various skin tones. Jeremy Burge, who runs the popular Emojipedia website, shared spoiler sample images, as well as a very nice video, showing all the icons that we will almost certainly see…

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We all know the pleasure that Samsung has for launching dozens of terminals a year. Many times the differentiation between one and the other is minimal. In other cases imply the improvement of some model of great sales with the inclusion of improvements appeared in his older brothers. SamMobile, a portal with fresh and first-hand news from the Korean company, has just released a story that no one had said anything about until now. Everything has come to light thanks to the firmware update of the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, known by the code GT-I8190N. Examining the firmware has…

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Google’s native application for managing photos brought some new things in the last one update to version 1.4, but not for everyone. In fact, Google Photos for iPhone and iPad, as well as the general improvement of the application, allows US users to benefit from the contribution of labels. Let’s see more specifically. The update to version 1.4 of Google Photos, as we have said, has introduced some news. We, users of the Old World we must be satisfied only – so to speak – with new animation management. In fact, GIF files can be shared on social apps such…

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Game Share The latest promo video showed some curiosity. The previous news about VGA hasn’t even cooled down, but here’s the latest development. Organized by Spike Video Game Awards There are already plenty of mysterious announcements for his event, but in the freshly posted teaser video (below) on spike.com, they’ve noticed more goodies at Game Informer. In the video, the delicacy on the right was found among the images popping up for a hundredth of a second. “Infected? New game? Maybe a continuation of an existing series (yes, I’m thinking Left 4 Dead)? A QR code has also been discovered…

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There is a lot of news that Google I/O 2014 has brought us, so much so that I would advise you to read the summary. One of them, how could it be otherwise, keyboard. Recently we told you how to download the new Google keyboard that will release the Android L version, well now we are going to tell the design and features of this new keyboard. As Android Police tells us, anyone hoping for a keyboard revolution is going to be a little disappointed. In the absence of testing the keyboard in Android L, the performance and features of…

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