FLIR One PRO turns up the heat
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Quick review: Check out your central heating dot com

Thermal imaging was beyond the pockets of most people not so long ago, but it's becoming more affordable and here we review a device which plugs into the USB Type C socket or a Micro USB socket on your smartphone or tablet and is driven by a downloadable Android or iPhone app.

Noon Home Smart Lighting reviewed
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Good home automation


In  late October, Noon Home launched its first product designed which it reckons will improve your "overall home lighting experience". The Noon Home Smart Lighting System integrates existing light fixtures and bulbs into a professional multi-layered "experience". I have worked with a number of different smart lighting systems during the last two years in hopes of finding the perfect fit for my own home.

Golems
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Golem is a tale about tech

You might be wondering why there's a review about a play in the pages of Fudzilla, but this is a story worth pursuing because it's got a message for all of us involved in the tech industry.

Linksys WRT3200ACM Tri-Stream router reviewed
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Up to 1.67Gbps 802.11ac with upcoming client adapters

Fifteen years ago, Linksys introduced a black-and-blue wireless router that became the first 802.11g draft product to hit the market. The WRT54G offered consumers reasonable performance, exceptional versatility with custom firmware, and fell dramatically in price in the following years.

Galaxy S8 eye iris unlocking in near dark
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Hands on: Snapdragon 835 version

There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the most widely anticipated phones that will shape the first half of 2017,  and the USA and Chinese customers are getting the Snapdragon 835 version while Europe and the rest of the world is stuck with the Exynos 8895 version.