Sony posts official hands-on video of Xperia XA2 Ultra and its two other CES phones

Sony unveiled three Android phones at CES: the Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra and Xperia L2. We spent some time with them and posted our hands-on impressions but Sony has now published an official hands-on video. The video covers the highlight features of each phone, though the tone is a bit… overly upbeat. It really doesn’t spare any compliments for the two mid-rangers and the entry level handset. The responses in the comments are pretty positive so it seems that Sony fans agree with the compliment-rich video. We were fairly excited by these three phones too, they offer nice…

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Lacie’s DJI Copilot is the perfect portable hard drive for video pros

Look, it's kinda hard to get excited about a hard drive. But Engadget video producer Kaard Bombe immediately start geeking out hard over the Lacie DJI Copilot. It's a portable hard drive with the sort of features any professional videographer or phot…
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Video: Hands on with the Elgato Eve Button & Aqua Smart Devices and Apple’s HomeKit

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At the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, AppleInsider was given a hands on demonstration of how the new Elgato Eve Button, Degree, and Aqua work with HomeKit.
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This ‘E-Skin’ smart shirt turns your torso into a video game motion controller

Japanese startup Xenoma might just have cracked the secret to making successful smart clothing, and it involves a ludicrous skin-tight Spider-Man-style shirt, 14 sensors, and a running mini-game that’s as goofy as it is fun. The company’s “E-Skin” technology, which it debuted at last year’s CES, basically turns your torso into a motion controller, so your body movements act as software inputs for games and other motion-based apps. It uses a Bluetooth module that plugs into the center of your chest to transmit the data from the sensors to a nearby PC or smartphone running Xenoma’s custom software.

This year at CES, Xenoma is back with its signature smart shirt more refined than its previous model, in addition to two new prototype…

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Amazon folds its little-known anime service into Prime Video

Amazon has killed off the anime streaming platform it launched merely a year ago, according to Kotaku, and we're not exactly surprised. Anime Strike required an additional $ 5 a month on top of Prime Video membership fees, after all, which might have…
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