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Denon AH-C160W wireless fitness headphones: Small, light and waterproof

Denon AH-C160W wireless fitness headphones: Small, light and waterproof

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Alongside a new model of flagship over-ear headphones, Denon has also announced an upgrade to its wireless fitness headphones.  The AH-C160Ws are said to be 20 per cent lighter and smaller than the original AH-W150s, alongside offering better comfort.... >>

Anki Overdrive Supertrucks: Extending AI racing to big rigs

Anki Overdrive Supertrucks: Extending AI racing to big rigs

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Anki has steadily improved its Overdrive AI racing system since it launched last year. Software enhancements have added extra modes, like One Shot Kill and Balanced Cars, and it now sports handy features, such as replaying the same track without the cars... >>

Denon's AH-7200 over-ear headphones: Wood you wear them?

Denon's AH-7200 over-ear headphones: Wood you wear them?

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Denon has announced it will be launching a new model of over-ear headphones at the end of 2016. The AH-D7200s feature real wood housing similar to the company's D7100s but the new model is a little larger and rounder in comparison to the older model.... >>

Tesla drops the price of its entry-level Model S, say hello to the 60 and 60D

Tesla drops the price of its entry-level Model S, say hello to the 60 and 60D

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Followers of Tesla's EV march will have noticed a slight change to the line-up the company offers for the Model S. Gone is the 70D and in its place is the 60 and 60D.  For those who don't know, Tesla's model naming follows its available battery capacity,... >>

Denon adds Hi-Res to HEOS, confirms wider system expansion

Denon adds Hi-Res to HEOS, confirms wider system expansion

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Denon announced a major upgrade to its HEOS multi-room speaker range in the form of the HEOS HS2 a couple of months ago and the new range is now available to buy. The HEOS HS2 range carries the same design as the original HEOS HS1 system and the two ranges... >>

Now you can use an Nvidia Shield TV as a Plex media server

Now you can use an Nvidia Shield TV as a Plex media server

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We've always been fans of the Nvidia Shield Android TV box, with its 4K output and gaming prowess. We've also always loved Plex and the excellent way it catalogues and presents our media files. Now the two are combining in a way that is every Plex fan's... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 / Note 7 could feature Iris Scanner

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 / Note 7 could feature Iris Scanner

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If rumours are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which is the name we now believe the Note 6 will be given, will see the company again demonstrate its ability to pack in as much as possible into a smartphone. It could make it the biggest, best... >>

Nike's The Switch Euro 2016 short film is stealing the net, find out why here

Nike's The Switch Euro 2016 short film is stealing the net, find out why here

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Nike has released its Euro 2016 tie-in video and it is a work of brilliance; Spark Brilliance, in fact, As part of its Spark Brilliance campaign, The Switch stars Cristiano Ronaldo and several other footballers, including much of the England team, in... >>

Now TV 4K box and "more" to be announced on 29 June

Now TV 4K box and "more" to be announced on 29 June

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Sky has sent out press invites to an event on 29 June where the new Now TV box will be unveiled. However, the new set-top-box, already revealed to be 4K-ready, will not be the only announcement. The invite states that there will be "so much more than... >>

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: Taking on the Microsoft Surface Pro
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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: Taking on the Microsoft Surface Pro

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Not so long ago Samsung pulled out of the laptop market in the UK, which came as a bit of a shock. It also showed the electronic manufacturer's hand and forward-thinking, to some degree, given that tablet and laptop markets have largely converged in recent... >>

Apple App Store and Google Play are changing: How will that affect you?

Apple App Store and Google Play are changing: How will that affect you?

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Apple has said things are changing for its App Store, and, in response, Google might change its app store too.  A lot of these new changes pertain to app developers - but all of the changes speak volumes about what's happening in the world of apps,... >>

LeapFrog LeapStart preview: Embracing tech and phyiscal books for kids

LeapFrog LeapStart preview: Embracing tech and phyiscal books for kids

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Anyone who has kids and owns a tablet will understand how alluring a touchscreen device is for little'uns, even as young as four. However, while many adults might be streamlining their lives to be more digital, there's still an element of magic in a normal,... >>

Twitter and TfL combine to alert you about Tube and train delays

Twitter and TfL combine to alert you about Tube and train delays

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A pilot scheme has been launched by both Twitter and Transport for London to notify travellers about severe delays to train and Tube services. Customers can opt in to receive instant notifications when there are delays to services. That way they can find... >>

Move over Tesco, Amazon starts to deliver groceries daily in UK

Move over Tesco, Amazon starts to deliver groceries daily in UK

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Amazon has launched Amazon Fresh, its online groceries shopping service, in London. Fresh food and supplies can be ordered in 69 central and east London postcodes, with Amazon Prime members able to get their weekly shop from the retailer. There are over... >>

Periscope tips and tricks

Periscope tips and tricks

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Broadcasting is so in right now. Apps like Snapchat let you publish videos in real-time for the world to see, for instance, and then there's social networks like Facebook, which have added live-streaming tools for its users. Because these types of streaming... >>

Honeywell Water Leak and Freeze Detector explained

Honeywell Water Leak and Freeze Detector explained

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Small issues can develop into major problems if they aren't dealt quickly. Spilling red wine on a cream carpet for example, isn't something you want to leave unattended for too long. While in this case it wouldn't be catastrophic if you did, aside from... >>

Watch Dogs 2 preview: Best-looking open world game ever?

Watch Dogs 2 preview: Best-looking open world game ever?

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We’ll come right out and say it, we loved Watch Dogs. It was flawed for sure, and the two years of hype before release only served to raise expectation far higher than any game could achieve, but it was an open world game that offered something different.... >>

Deus Ex Mankind Divided preview: Cyberpunk satisfaction

Deus Ex Mankind Divided preview: Cyberpunk satisfaction

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Games franchises with a reputation for being intelligent and thought-provoking are pretty rare at the best of times. And with the current trend towards online-only games which don't even pay lip-service to storylines, they're becoming even more so. For... >>

Turtle Beach HyperSound Glass speakers direct sound so only you can hear the awesome

Turtle Beach HyperSound Glass speakers direct sound so only you can hear the awesome

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Turtle Beach has created a set of glass speakers aptly named HyperSound Glass that use ultrasonic audio to deliver sound directly, without filling the room. That means you can only hear them loud if you're sat directly in front of them - ideal for gamers.... >>

Phab2 Pro: First Lenovo Project Tango smartphone leaks to Google AR fan joy

Phab2 Pro: First Lenovo Project Tango smartphone leaks to Google AR fan joy

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Project Tango is Google's attempt to make augmented reality something that works well on phones and tablets. This means dedicated hardware built by manufacturers to support the platform. This hardware has already been officially announced by Lenovo as... >>

1-Up! Official Nintendo Vans sneakers in pictures: Mario Bros meets ‘boarder cool

1-Up! Official Nintendo Vans sneakers in pictures: Mario Bros meets ‘boarder cool

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We don't make a habit out of shooting product boxes. But when there's one as cool as the NES-styled one that the new official Nintendo Vans sneakers come in, well, it's hard to resist. Look at it! What is within is where the real magic happens, though.... >>

Boosty review: Banish broadband outage with this mini mobile-connected router

Boosty review: Banish broadband outage with this mini mobile-connected router

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Ah, flaky broadband. The bane of first world existence. But, actually, a real pain in the backside when you're in the middle of a Skype call and it drops dead. Or you're streaming Game of Thrones and someone shuts the door (rather than, ahem, holds it)... >>

Withings Body Cardio measures body fat, muscle density and more to enhance cardiovasular health

Withings Body Cardio measures body fat, muscle density and more to enhance cardiovasular health

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Withings has just unveiled what it's calling the "world's most advanced connected scale", dubbed Body Cardio. The reason for that name is because this scale offers a view into the user's cardiovascular health. This is done by offering a combination of... >>

Magic Leap headset, the future of AR, glimpsed in patent pictures

Magic Leap headset, the future of AR, glimpsed in patent pictures

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The future of augmented reality, and perhaps the death of screens, is likely Magic Leap. This is a Google and Qualcomm backed company that has created a way of projecting light into the eye for a seamless blend of reality and the virtual. And now its... >>

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

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The Manfrotto Digital Director is an intelligent shell that fits around the iPad Air 2, connecting it to your separate camera so you can utilise the tablet's 9.7-inch screen to manage your workflow, plus manage your camera's settings. There's no camera-fiddling... >>