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Where To Watch Microsoft's Windows 10 Hardware Event Live

wired.com — Microsoft is set to unveil some new Windows 10 devices on Tuesday, October 6. The company will stream its media event in New York City for all to see. Watch the livestream on Microsoft's website starting at 10am eastern time, 7am pacific. What to expect? New phone hardware running Windows 10, certainly.

How To Kill the New iOS 9 Feature That's Eating Your Data

wired.com — When iOS 9 was released a few weeks ago, we finally got access to a ton of new features we've been waiting for. But as people are spending more time getting to know their new iOS, there are a few downsides. One of these features is Wi-Fi Assist.
Oct 03, 2015

RT @WIRED: How to kill the new iOS 9 feature that's eating your data wrd.cm/1YVC13j

Report: Nexus 6P Has One of the Best Cameras Among Mobile Phones

wired.com — Mobile camera review website DXOMark has just rated the imaging capabilities of the new Google Nexus 6P, and the results are very positive. The site ranks the 6P's camera as the second-best you can get from any mobile phone right now, the leader being (yep!) the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

Keurig Kold Trades Coffee Pods For Soda Pop

wired.com — Keurig Kold, a countertop soda-making machine that Keurig hopes will expand its appeal beyond coffee. KeurigKeurig, best known for its pod-based, countertop coffee dispensers, is branching out. The new Keurig Kold provides a chilled counterpoint to the company's previous models, serving up sodas from name-brand pod providers like Coca-Cola and Snapple.

Sonos' Redesigned Wireless Speaker Auto-Calibrates Itself

wired.com — California-based home audio company Sonos has debuted a new design for its Play:5 speaker, as well a new software enhancement for the rest of its speaker lineup. The Play:5 gets an entirely new skin, and it gains some subtle hardware improvements. New touch-sensors provide capacitive controls for changing volume and for playing and pausing music.

Review: Silent Circle Blackphone 2

wired.com — So, so many of the phones we review here at WIRED are boring. There's really nothing special to tell you about most of them. We can talk about processors or fun camera tricks, but like the paintings of Thomas Kinkade, every phone is just a variation on a common theme.
Sep 28, 2015

We got a look at Silent Circle's new Blackphone and it's a big improvement over its previous crypto phone - wired.com/2015/09/review…

Sep 28, 2015

RT @KimZetter: We got a look at Silent Circle's new Blackphone and it's a big improvement over its previous crypto phone - wired.com/2015/09/review…

Vertu's New Luxury Phone is for the Elitest of Elites

wired.com — Vertu's New Signature Touch has a starting price of $9,000. Yes, $9,000. For most people, that little detail will be reason enough not to buy this phone.

Stream the Oculus Connect Keynotes Live, Right Here

wired.com — Oculus Connect, the virtual-reality company's developer summit, is now in its second year. But it's also the last one before the 2016 release of the Oculus Rift, and we're expecting the company to finally pull back the curtain in some very real ways.
Sep 24, 2015

RT @WIRED: You can stream the Oculus Connect keynote addresses here: wrd.cm/1LzWUvM

$30,000 Turntable Makes Your LPs Sound Like a Million Bucks

wired.com — If you're looking for some exciting high-end audio gear to trick out your weekend bungalow on Maui, you should give the new Spiral Groove turntable a look-see. The new SG1.2 turntable is a redesigned version of the Berkeley, California company's award-winning SG1.1, a model that came out in 2007.
Sep 23, 2015

RT @WIRED: This is a real thing: a $30,000 turntable, which will make your LPs sound like a million bucks wrd.cm/1Pswueo pic.twitter.com/jn59tYczE4

Sep 23, 2015

Thank you @snackfight for turning me onto the comments about our $30K turntable story. Let the debate rage on: wired.com/2015/09/spiral…

Can't Find a Setting in iOS 9? Search for It

wired.com — At the very top of the main menu inside the iOS 9 Settings app, you'll see a new search field. Type something into it and you'll get a list of quick, one-tap links that lead directly to all the settings pages that match your query.
Sep 16, 2015

iOS 9 has a way to search for settings, which I am stoked about. No more digging around for that ONE toggle switch wired.com/2015/09/cant-f…

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Oct 06, 2015

RT @fmanjoo: This should be "ready to be eaten." Otherwise it would be scary. pic.twitter.com/u9j6fiioNS

Oct 05, 2015

the "You can already do this in CyanogenMod!" comment is the new "You can already do this in Android!" comment.

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