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Watch out folks, a wearables explosion isn't far off

14 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
Watch out folks, a wearables explosion isn't far off
Wearable devices such as smart watches are yet to really take the world by storm but, according to new findings from Juniper Research, it may not take long for the tide to turn.

Apple Watch and other wearables: Are they leaving women out in the cold?

15 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Apple Watch and other wearables: Are they leaving women out in the cold?
Health and fitness wearable designers need to think about women’s needs as well – but is that a problem in a male dominated industry?

Gold iPad is imminent as Apple looks to inject life back into tablet sales

16 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Gold iPad is imminent as Apple looks to inject life back into tablet sales
Apple is looking to please with a new gold coloured iPad, although Cupertino will have to do a lot more than chuck in a shiny colour to stop the tablet sales rot.

Pavlok wristband offers a 'shocking' way to break your bad habits

17 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
Pavlok wristband offers a 'shocking' way to break your bad habits
The habit-forming/habit-breaking device is now up on crowdfunding site Indiegogo and has already raised 90 per cent of its $50,000 (£30,000) target.

Daily tech deals: 37% off Samsung 840 EVO SSD

18 hours ago  by Louisa Benson
Daily tech deals: 37% off Samsung 840 EVO SSD
Amazon has the Samsung 840 EVO MZ-7TE250BW 250GB 2.5in Internal SATA III TLC Solid State Drive (SSD) for £79.99 Free Delivery. This normally retails for £149.

Google Glass invades Edinburgh airport

21 hours ago  by Mark Wilson
Google Glass invades Edinburgh airport
At the airport, it's normal to see customer service staff equipped with phones, walkie-talkies and perhaps a tablet. Edinburgh airport is taking this one step further with Google Glass.

Why Nvidia’s Shield Tablet is a real winner

30 Sep 2014  by Rob Enderle
Why Nvidia’s Shield Tablet is a real winner
Nvidia has stepped its game up with the upgraded Shield Tablet – and the low latency Wi-Fi controller is very impressive too.

Google confirms (almost) all Project Ara modules will be hot-swappable

30 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Google confirms (almost) all Project Ara modules will be hot-swappable
Except for the CPU and display modules, Google has confirmed that users will be able to switch components at any time and will be able to purchase them from a Google-Play style store.

Thai robot can ‘taste’ if food is authentic or not

30 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Thai robot can ‘taste’ if food is authentic or not
The country’s Thai Delicious project aims to highlight sub-standard attempts at its national dishes using a robot that analyses and compares food against a government standard.

How Dell is hampering its low-end server RAID cards, and the solution to this sluggishness

30 Sep 2014  by Derrick Wlodarz
How Dell is hampering its low-end server RAID cards, and the solution to this sluggishness
Why is Dell crippling its low-end server RAID cards? We explore this question in light of the performance of an H200 PCIe offering, and also discuss how you can solve this issue.

Touch ID and Apple Pay coming to an iPad near you soon

30 Sep 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Touch ID and Apple Pay coming to an iPad near you soon
Test code uncovered by a developer found a string in iOS 8 developer beta that shows the two payment features will be added to the new iPad Air and iPad Mini.