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Welcome to Tuesday. We're swapping out trade shows and investigating the case of Japan's broken internet.
The first true smartwatch from Fitbit is here, along with a pair of wireless headphones built for working out. Cherlynn Low gave the $300 Ionic a try and found it surprisingly well-rounded. Building on the company's years of experience with wearables, it has a surprisingly robust OS and battery that goes for days. Unfortunately, the Flyer wireless headphones didn't have the same impression, failing to justify their relatively high $130 price.
Now that the show is over, our editors are ready to share what they liked (The Evil Within 2) and didn't like (Xbox One X, Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time) at Gamescom.
Gamescom ends and IFA begins. The big European electronics show kicks off in just a few days, so we'll get you up to speed on what to expect. Phones, watches, speakers -- they're all getting smarter and more connected, and we'll find out exactly how, in Berlin.
A mistake on Google's end caused ISPs like Verizon to send traffic headed for Japan to its network instead. It was fixed within an hour, but on Friday afternoon nearly half the country experienced connection problems.
A Redditor found the unreleased follow-up for NVIDIA's Shield handheld in a strange place.
Nintendo has just announced a special FE Warriors edition for the Switch and a Veteran Trainer's dual pack that includes both new Pokémon games.
But wait, there's more...
- Canon's mirrorless M100 gets a big sensor upgrade
- The NYPD is already replacing its Windows phones -- with iPhones
- Amazon sets up Echo sales stands at Whole Foods
- 'Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle' tempers insanity with charm
- Dell's latest Inspiron PCs include the first 17-inch 2-in-1
- 'Biliscreen' app detects pancreatic cancer from the whites of your eyes
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