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    How to Reboot Your Gadgets and How Often to Do It

    Gadgets are great, which is why our homes are full of them. But sometimes things go wrong, and wasting time by troubleshooting is nobody’s idea of fun. But turning things off and on again—the common refrain of the IT department—can alleviate a host of problems. If you automate or schedule regular reboots, you can even prevent issues from ever arising, and give your gadgets the best chance of running smoothly. Special offer for Gear readers: Get a 1-year subscription to WIRED for $5 ($25 off). This includes unlimited access to WIRED.com and our print magazine (if you’d like).  

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    The best gadgets we saw at CES 2022: The Verge Awards

    CES was supposed to be in person this year. The Verge and countless other outlets had hotel rooms confirmed and airlines booked. Companies teased cool gadgets that would have made CES feel exciting again after the muted all-digital affair of 2021. But COVID surged and CES saw massive cancellations. Some companies pivoted to digital booths, others canceled keynotes, and a few just withdrew altogether. CES even announced it would end a day early. The return to normal CES might have heralded never materialized. But something else happened: the news that came out of CES actually got us excited. For the  

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    Tech gadgets you’ll want to try in 2022

    With the New Year comes not only a long list of resolutions, but lots of new gadgets — and you’re going to want to get your hands on these. We got the scoop on 2022’s hottest tech items from the latest work tablets to impressive household robots. Check out our list for the top 5 tech gadgets below. 1. The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 2-in-1 laptop  The new Microsoft Surface Pro 8 2-in-1 laptop (starting at $999) is marketed as the “most powerful Pro” to date. Microsoft says they created the laptop-tablet combo with the modern workplace in mind, so  

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    The Best Gadgets of 2021

    Photo: Andrew Liszewski/Gizmodo First announced back in October of 2019, it took another whole year (and then some) before the Analogue Pocket started shipping to those who preordered the console in August of 2020, due to the ongoing pandemic. But the wait was definitely worth it. A steady stream of handheld consoles continues to flow out of China. While those devices can play classic games from countless retro systems, including the NES, Genesis, and SNES, they rely on software emulation, which is often fraught with performance issues and bugs that result in less than ideal gameplay. The Analogue Pocket 

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    Gadgets Weekly: Asus ExpertBook B1400 laptop, Panasonic Toughbook S1 and more

    Technology companies such as Asus, Panasonic, Philips, Godrej, and Soundcore, among others launched new laptop PCs, refrigerators, accessories, and more this week (December 20-26). DH’s Gadgets Weekly edition lists the latest prominent personal technology products to keep you abreast of everything that’s happening in the world of consumer electronics. Asus ExpertBook B1400 laptop seriesThe new Asus laptop comes with military-grade durable construction with MIL-STD-810H specification. It features aluminium lid, ErgoLift, and a 180-degree lay-flat hinge. It weighs around 1.45 kg and measures 19.2 mm tall with an 84 per cent screen-to-body ratio. It also features a 14-inch LED-backlit IPS  

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    The gadgets we broke – The Verge

    This holiday season, let’s talk about the gadgets that are no longer with us anymore — not because they were bad or became obsolete or were the victims of an upgrade offer too good to refuse, but because they met their demise in a delightfully destructive way. We broke these gadgets without meaning to. (Probably. Helen is sus.) This started out as a fun conversation in The Verge’s private Slack, and now we’re bringing a more polished version to you. Also, feel free to share your own tales in the comments below this story! Canon EOS Rebel T5 I have  

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