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Happy birthday Game Boy: Nintendo's handheld turns 25

17 hours ago  by Alex Hamilton
Happy birthday Game Boy: Nintendo's handheld turns 25
25 years ago Nintendo released a handheld console that would change the way gaming on the move worked forever: the Game Boy. Fighting off all comers, it paved the way for every handheld today,

HTC is set to produce Google’s Nexus 8 tablet

19 hours ago  by Darren Allan
HTC is set to produce Google’s  Nexus 8 tablet
Google will switch from Asus to HTC for the rumoured larger Nexus tablet, which is apparently going to land in Q3.

LG G Watch will be water and dust resistant, and come in champagne gold

20 hours ago  by Darren Allan
LG G Watch will be water and dust resistant, and come in champagne gold
The G Watch will also boast an always-on display, and hopefully that won’t have an adverse effect on battery life.

Criminal gangs use drones to find cannabis farms. Guess what happens next?

22 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Criminal gangs use drones to find cannabis farms. Guess what happens next?
Criminal gangs in Shropshire have reportedly begun to use unmanned drones fitted with heat-seeking cameras to find illegal cannabis farms – and then either rob or blackmail the owners.

Print your own Easter egg with Chocabyte

17 Apr 2014  by Tom Phelan
Print your own Easter egg with Chocabyte
Easter chocolate run out already? A 3D chocolate printer would come in handy. The Chocabyte is an affordable device that lets users customise their creations.

PS4 still outselling Xbox One: Sony hits 7 million mark

17 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
PS4 still outselling Xbox One: Sony hits 7 million mark
The PlayStation 4 has sold over seven million units as of April, according to a Sony statement, two and a half million more than rival console the Xbox One.

Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked with fake finger, leaves users open to fraud

16 Apr 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked with fake finger, leaves users open to fraud
The much-hyped fingerprint scanner on Samsung's brand new Galaxy S5 smartphone has already been hacked.

Forget Google Glass, meet the search giant's smart contact lens patent

16 Apr 2014  by Stephanie Mlot
Forget Google Glass, meet the search giant's smart contact lens patent
According to a patent application disclosed this week, Google envisions a camera-enhanced smart contact lens that is controlled by the wearer's eye movements.

Watch wildlife through an Oculus Rift: new David Attenborough Sky show will be VR-compatible

14 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Watch wildlife through an Oculus Rift: new David Attenborough Sky show will be VR-compatible
A new David Attenborough nature series being filmed for Sky 3D will also be shown on Oculus Rift headsets, a company director has revealed, excited for the "huge monetisation" potential of the kit.

San Francisco journalist attacked for wearing Google Glass

14 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
San Francisco journalist attacked for wearing Google Glass
A reporter in San Francisco has reportedly been attacked purely down to the fact that they were wearing Google Glass, their attacker stealing and then destroying the high-tech kit as a protest.

More buzz points to supersized 12in Apple iPad and larger iPhone 6

14 Apr 2014  by Darren Allan
More buzz points to supersized 12in Apple iPad and larger iPhone 6
A 12in iPad could arrive this year, according to the latest from the rumour mill, along with the much talked about iPhone phablet, too.