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Star Trek in real life: Best Starfleet gadgets and toys you can buy

Star Trek in real life: Best Starfleet gadgets and toys you can buy

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Trekkies have a lot to be excited about right now. A new film, Star Trek Beyond, just opened in cinemas across the world, and CBS recently announced at San Diego Comic-Con the name of its upcoming TV series based on the Star Wars franchise, along with... >>

Apple Pencil might one day work with Mac trackpads and more

Apple Pencil might one day work with Mac trackpads and more

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Apple sees a lot of potential in its Pencil stylus. The Apple Pencil is a stylus pen that debuted alongside the iPad Pro last November. It's a basic input device, even though it can detect angles, pressure sensitivity, and force, allowing you to apply... >>

BlackBerry DTEK50: Release date, specs and everything you need to know

BlackBerry DTEK50: Release date, specs and everything you need to know

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Blackberry is expected to launch three phones over the next year. One of them is the Argon and, by the sounds of it, this will be the company's 2016 flagship phone. It's a big, all touchscreen device with a powerful processor, support for the latest Quick... >>

BlackBerry DTEK50 officially announced, an all-touch secure Android phone

BlackBerry DTEK50 officially announced, an all-touch secure Android phone

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BlackBerry has officially unveiled the DTEK50, it's second Android phone, but the first without a physical keyboard. It's aimed at the mid-tier market consumers with a need for added security. In fact, during the announcement, security was the key feature. ... >>

BlackBerry DTEK50 vs BlackBerry Priv: What's the difference?

BlackBerry DTEK50 vs BlackBerry Priv: What's the difference?

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BlackBerry is said to be announcing three smartphones over the next 12 months, the first of which has debuted as "the world's most secure Android smartphone". The device was codenamed Hamburg and Neon in rumours leading up to its announcement, but... >>

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto G4 vs G4 Plus vs G4 Play: What's the difference?

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto G4 vs G4 Plus vs G4 Play: What's the difference?

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Motorola has announced several smartphones this year, including a new Moto Z range, a refreshed Moto G range comprising three devices alone and an updated Moto E. The Moto G range and Moto E both sit within the budget end of the market, but with four... >>

Bush E3X preview: The £200 Argos phone looking to topple Moto G

Bush E3X preview: The £200 Argos phone looking to topple Moto G

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Is Bush back in fashion? That's a loaded question. But in the UK brand's latest E3X smartphone - which will sell exclusively through Argos - it's got a competitive looking £200 device to take on the likes of the Moto G4. In mid-July at a behind-closed-doors... >>

Latest Nexus phone app update protects you from spam calls, here's how it works

Latest Nexus phone app update protects you from spam calls, here's how it works

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Google has release an update to its Nexus phone app to include automatic protection against spam callers. The new phone app is available to Nexus and Android One device owners, and will help owners identify and block bothersome phone calls.  Once the... >>

Renault Zoe review: Electrical engineering
3.5 stars

Renault Zoe review: Electrical engineering

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It's been a typical complaint of the modern electric car that - from the perspective of asking price - most are simply too expensive to make sense. As one of the leaders in the electric-mobility revolution, Renault has sought to challenge that notion... >>

Pay what you want for a huge archive of top-quality design assets in the 2016 Summer Design Bundle

Pay what you want for a huge archive of top-quality design assets in the 2016 Summer Design Bundle

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A designer’s utopia awaits in the Pay What You Want: 2016 Summer Design Bundle, offering an unprecedented deal for the year’s top design assets: you can get them all at a price of your own choosing! An incredible archive of top-quality add-ons, tools... >>

Get a lifetime subscription to Stone River Academy and access over 2,000 hours of premium tech training (93 per cent off)

Get a lifetime subscription to Stone River Academy and access over 2,000 hours of premium tech training (93 per cent off)

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The world around us is growing and changing at blinding speeds these days, and new opportunities are always around the corner for motivated and ambitious professionals. Keep up with an ever-evolving set of technical requirements, from new programming... >>

You can buy the OnePlus 3 in gold on 1 August in UK, 26 July in US

You can buy the OnePlus 3 in gold on 1 August in UK, 26 July in US

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OnePlus is really good at making you want to buy their phones, with the latest example being its OnePlus 3 in "soft gold". The company has introduced the colour variant for its new OnePlus 3, emphasising in a blog post that it's not your "typical gaudy... >>

Best Comic-Con 2016 trailers: Justice League, Wonder Woman, and more

Best Comic-Con 2016 trailers: Justice League, Wonder Woman, and more

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Although Comic-Con 2016 is done and dusted, you can relive some of the convention's best highlights via trailers and teaser clips. San Diego Comic-Con is an annual comic convention held in, well, San Diego. This year's SDCC kicked off with Preview... >>

There's now a Tinder-like dating app for Pokemon Go players

There's now a Tinder-like dating app for Pokemon Go players

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Now is your chance to catch the Pokemon Go player of your dreams. PokeMatch is a new Android and iOS app that lets you match with other people who play Pokemon Go. It's Tinder-like in that it has a swipe-left or swipe-right function when browsing for people,... >>

Apple brought back a longtime executive to oversee its car project

Apple brought back a longtime executive to oversee its car project

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One of the highly-regarded executives that helped make Apple what it is today has returned to the company to head up a secretive car project. Bob Mansfield, who join Apple in 1999, has been appointed to oversee Project Titan, according to The Wall Street... >>

Apple's 2016 iPhone could be called iPhone 6SE, not iPhone 7

Apple's 2016 iPhone could be called iPhone 6SE, not iPhone 7

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If the latest rumours are anything to go by, the next iPhone will be called iPhone 6SE, suggesting that the bigger model(s) will be iPhone 6SE Plus and iPhone 6SE Pro. The latter model is still up for debate, but yet another leak suggests the dual-camera... >>

Full Moto E3 specs finally confirmed

Full Moto E3 specs finally confirmed

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Motorola has finally lifted the lid on the full specs of the 2016 Moto E. And, as expected, the feature list pretty much lines up with the budget price point, but could still make for one of the best affordable smartphones around this year. With a few... >>

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto E (2015): What's the difference?

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto E (2015): What's the difference?

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Lenovo-owned Motorola has launched several phones this year, hitting a range of price points. The Moto Z aims for the higher end of the market, the Moto G falls towards to lower end of the mid-range, while the latest Moto E continues to fulfill the budget... >>

Casio Edifice EQB-500: Watch first, connected device second

Casio Edifice EQB-500: Watch first, connected device second

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Smartwatches have taken a few headlines over the past year, with devices like the Apple Watch offering a whole range of features for when you don't want to be using your phone. The most important thing about the Casio Edifice is that it's a good looking... >>

Pokemon Go top tips: Master the Pokemon mayhem

Pokemon Go top tips: Master the Pokemon mayhem

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The basics of Pokemon Go are simple and fun. You walk, you catch Pokemon, you collect as many as you can and you visit PokeStops to load your backpack up with goodies to help your Trainer along the way. But when it comes to mastering the game, there's... >>

Pocket-lint Adventures: Go karting with the TomTom Bandit

Pocket-lint Adventures: Go karting with the TomTom Bandit

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As keen karters we often visit one of the many TeamSport go-kart tracks in London, so when we decided to expand our Pocket-lint Adventures to take in a few laps, we could think of nowhere better. The fact that we hadn't raced at TeamSport's London Docklands indoor... >>

Jaguar demos new technology to assist future drivers

Jaguar demos new technology to assist future drivers

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Jaguar has demoed a number of new technologies at its HQ in Gaydon, UK, that will help assist your driving in the future. The new tech won't be available for a number of years, but will look to support the drivers of the future. Previewing the new tech... >>

What is Prisma and how does it work? Explaining the Android and iOS app

What is Prisma and how does it work? Explaining the Android and iOS app

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Forget about Instagram. A new photo app is all the rage right now, mostly because it's loaded with some amazing, artsy filters. These aren't regular, old filters. They won't add a nice glow to your skin in perfectly-setup selfies, nor will they make the... >>

Now TV Smart Box review: Is live TV and Sky in one device worth the price?
4.0 stars

Now TV Smart Box review: Is live TV and Sky in one device worth the price?

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When Sky first revealed that it was to introduce another new Now TV box, it was widely presumed that it would feature 4K streaming. But even though Ultra HD content is coming to the company's flagship TV offering, Sky Q, the Now TV Smart Box maxes out... >>

Pokemon Go future features revealed

Pokemon Go future features revealed

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Such has been Pokemon Go's success, that it might have already reached its peak and started to go off the boil. The roll-out has also reached France and Hong Kong over the weekend. However, there's still more to come from Pokemon Go, parts of the game... >>