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Toledo was once occupied by Christians, Muslims, and Jews, and this is evident until now as the city was able to preserve a lot of the structures built from centuries ago. Some of the masterful architecture include the Bridge of Toledo. Built in Baroque style between 1718 and 1732, the bridge links the Pyramids roundabout on the east bank with Marqués de Vadillo Square on the west bank.

Another highlight of the city is the Toledo Cathedral. It’s the prime symbol of the Roman Catholic church in the area. It was built in the 13th century in the Gothic style of Spain and is frequented by tourists — Catholic or otherwise.

Toledo is a beautiful city that’s rich in culture at the heart of Spain. We captured it with the Xiaomi Mi A2.

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How to take IG-worthy selfie portraits

Featuring the Honor 10 Lite

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Are you looking to up your Instagram game? Want better photos but no one is ever available to take them for you? It may be time to learn the art of remote selfie-taking. Believe it or not, the following photos are selfies:

Using the Honor 10 Lite’s front-facing cameras, I took these self-portraits myself. In the video above, I talk about a number of helpful selfie shooting tips to make sure your shots are on point. Enjoy!

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Olay showcases how tech can help you get better skin

The road to a flawless face

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The business of beauty is slowly but surely utilizing more tech than ever before.

Case in point: Olay, a popular beauty brand, has shown off their beauty tech at CES 2019. Here’s some tech that will get us better skin that we can definitely look forward to.

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A glimpse at the smart kitchen’s wireless future

Look ma, no cords!

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The kitchen of the future is smart, sleek, and apparently cordless.

At CES 2019, the Wireless Power Consortium showed us a quick glimpse of what an unattached future could be. In a pretty straightforward but very impressive demo, I was shown how a wireless kitchen would work. A counter can wirelessly power appliances placed on certain spots on the surface. Frankly, it’s pretty awesome to see the devices power up without being plugged in.

According to the Consortium, they are in talks with a number of big names in kitchen appliances to build this wireless tech into more devices. They hope to roll out this wireless power standard by as early as next year.

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