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Google Glass review: The pinnacle of wearable technology?

19 minutes ago  by Alysia Judge
Google Glass review: The pinnacle of wearable technology?
Begin a sentence with the phrase “most anticipated gadget ever” and tradition dictates the words “Google” and “Glass” must follow shortly after. We review this

Driverless cars set to be on UK roads by January 2015

55 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
Driverless cars set to be on UK roads by January 2015
The government is expected to make a formal announcement today, and the Highway Code is set for an update to include provision for autonomous vehicles.

LG unveils powerful Android hybrid complete with Intel Haswell chip and 11.6in full HD screen

14 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
LG unveils powerful Android hybrid complete with Intel Haswell chip and 11.6in full HD screen
South Korean may be the only customers to benefit from the Tab Book 11 that borrows many of the features unveiled in the Windows 8.1 version.

Does Apple intentionally make old iPhones slower? The truth behind “planned obsolescence”

17 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
Does Apple intentionally make old iPhones slower? The truth behind “planned obsolescence”
Nate Chai delves deep into the psyche of Apple to discover the truth behind the, largely anecdotal, statement "Apple are forcing me to upgrade".

Nvidia Shield Tablet: Hands-on preview

18 hours ago  by Rob Enderle
Nvidia Shield Tablet: Hands-on preview
This is a tablet designed by gamers for gamers. It is the latest addition to the Nvidia Shield line, and is refreshingly different to your average slate.

Apple refreshes MacBook Pro with Retina display range

19 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Apple refreshes MacBook Pro with Retina display range
The 13in models have seen their processors stepped up, and the entry-level version has had its RAM doubled, among other tweaks to the range, with a little movement on the price front too.

Microsoft goes up against Raspberry Pi with $300 Sharks Cove board

20 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Microsoft goes up against Raspberry Pi with $300 Sharks Cove board
Microsoft and Intel have teamed up to create Sharks Cove, a developer board with a higher retail price than some of its competitors and a focus on mobile software for the Windows platform.

How to charge your smartphone in just 15 minutes

21 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
How to charge your smartphone in just 15 minutes
When your smartphone battery is nearly dead just minutes before an important conference call, what do you do? Ultrapak is a portable battery that has the answer.

Logitech launches cheap H570e USB headset for business

22 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Logitech launches cheap H570e USB headset for business
Logitech wants to muffle annoyingly loud office coworkers with the H570e USB headset, designed for business and with a very affordable price tag.

Vodafone offers £5 discount off Chromecast with Red 4G tariffs

29 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
Vodafone offers £5 discount off Chromecast with Red 4G tariffs
Those who want a bit of streaming dongle goodness can bag themselves a cheaper Chromecast when they go with Vodafone for 4G.

Amazon throws its might behind 3D printing revolution

29 Jul 2014  by Joe Jejune
Amazon throws its might behind 3D printing revolution
Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, has launched the 3D Printed Products store, a marketplace with more than 200 unique print on-demand products,