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All-electric Formula E racing gets its videogame debut in Forza 6

All-electric Formula E racing gets its videogame debut in Forza 6

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Formula E might still be in its infancy but it is gaining new fans with every race. Now it is to star in a videogame for the first time, with every competing car from the 2015 season appearing in the latest Forza Motorsport. Forza 6 will feature more... >>

The iPod's alive and well, iTunes 12.2 reveals new coloured models inbound

The iPod's alive and well, iTunes 12.2 reveals new coloured models inbound

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Apple will continue to release new iPods, it has been revealed, regardless of the rise in ownership of smartphones. And it is expected to announce some newly coloured models soon, if images spotted on the new build of iTunes are anything to go by. With... >>

TVPlayer takes on Sky and Virgin Media with pay-TV premium option

TVPlayer takes on Sky and Virgin Media with pay-TV premium option

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TVPlayer, the ad-supported live TV streaming platform in the UK is extending its channel offering with a new Plus premium subscription option. For £4.99 a month subscribers will be able to watch more than 25 additional channels, including Lifetime, History,... >>

Anki Overdrive vs Anki Drive: All the new features explained

Anki Overdrive vs Anki Drive: All the new features explained

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When Anki first revealed its Anki Drive robot car racing game it was really cutting edge and new. Now there are competitors arriving on the scene that emulate the idea of having a track-based racing toy controlled by iPhone or Android apps. Anki still... >>

Anki Overdrive preview: New cars, game modes and release date revealed

Anki Overdrive preview: New cars, game modes and release date revealed

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We first saw Anki Overdrive, the company's follow-up to the hugely successful robot toy racing game Anki Drive, in San Francisco in February and were already amazed at just how much more advanced it was in comparison to its predecessor. But although the... >>

Pow! Is that the BMW Batmobile? Nope, it's a modded i8 concept with hydrogen fuel cell tech

Pow! Is that the BMW Batmobile? Nope, it's a modded i8 concept with hydrogen fuel cell tech

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What you're looking at might appear to be a super-cool revamped version of the Batmobile for 2015 (and we're talking 1960s Adam West era here), but BMW isn't in the process of making one of those (well, not that we know of). No, this is a modified BMW... >>

BMW 5 Series GT hydrogen fuel cell first drive: Driving into the future?

BMW 5 Series GT hydrogen fuel cell first drive: Driving into the future?

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It's almost strange to think how nonchalantly we consume the world's depleting fossil fuel reserves. Sure, it's fun to hammer a performance car down the motorway (or even a normal car for that matter), with that satisfying hum from the exhausts, but the... >>

A new Snapchat update just made the app a lot less annoying to use

A new Snapchat update just made the app a lot less annoying to use

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Snapchat has updated in a big way, because now, you might actually want to use it. If you’ve ever tried to view a snap or story within Snapchat, you’ve probably wanted to ditch the app altogether after about five minutes. For whatever reason the design... >>

Hyundai now lets you voice control its cars remotely with Apple Watch

Hyundai now lets you voice control its cars remotely with Apple Watch

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If you own a Hyundai car and an Apple Watch, you just got some new functionality between the two: the ability to remotely control your vehicle from your wrist. The Android Wear version of the Hyundai's Blue Link app, which launched earlier this year,... >>

Steve Jobs film: See Michael Fassbender as Jobs in first full trailer

Steve Jobs film: See Michael Fassbender as Jobs in first full trailer

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Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for the Steve Jobs film penned by Aaron Sorkin, and it just so happens to also be the first extended look, giving us a glimpse at what we can expect when movie finally premieres. The first trailer, which wasn't... >>

Nobody wants to be first to remove their Facebook rainbow profile photo: Why is it such an issue?

Nobody wants to be first to remove their Facebook rainbow profile photo: Why is it such an issue?

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This year in support of Pride, Facebook offered a filter to add rainbow colours to anyone's profile picture. But with Pride almost a week ago, people are starting to question if it's ok to change profile picture again. Nobody wants to go first, nobody... >>

5 crazy smarthome gadgets you didn’t know you needed

5 crazy smarthome gadgets you didn’t know you needed

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A smarthome can be made up of all sorts of wonderful gadgets, from smartphone controlled heating and lighting, to cameras, colourful garden lights, robot hoovers and clever washing machines. There aren't just wonderful products out there for the smarthome... >>

Best tennis gadgets and tech to make you a better player

Best tennis gadgets and tech to make you a better player

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After watching Wimbledon, countless Brits will be taking to their local courts for at least a week before getting bored again. After seeing the professionals, then realising one's own ability, it can be a bit deflating. But with this kit you could be... >>

Pay what you want for the four-course game design bundle

Pay what you want for the four-course game design bundle

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Constantly thinking up ways you could improve your favorite games? Dreaming of turning your game ideas into real games? Looking for a new career, or to add to your programming skillset? We've put together a Game Design Course Bundle that can help you... >>

Honor Band Zero offers minimalist design, life tracking features

Honor Band Zero offers minimalist design, life tracking features

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Honor, the spin-out brand of Huawei, has revealed the Honor Band Zero via Twitter. The new wearable offers a minimalist design, with a strap that's reminiscent of Apple's classic buckle for Apple Watch. Honor doesn't give away much in the tweet - appearing... >>

Strava and Garmin team-up for Strava Live Segments

Strava and Garmin team-up for Strava Live Segments

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Strava has shot to fame in the world of cycling and running. Now it's made friends with Garmin to add another layer of awesome to the hardware company's cycling kit. Strava Live Segments will feature on the Garmin Edge 520, making it the first to receive... >>

Freephone 0800 and 0808 numbers are finally free to call from mobiles too

Freephone 0800 and 0808 numbers are finally free to call from mobiles too

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Thanks to a ruling set by Ofcom last year, networks have lifted charges for freephone numbers when called from a mobile. That means that from today, 1 July, you will no longer be charged when you call numbers starting with 0800 and 0808 from your smartphone... >>

Is Apple Pay coming to the UK today? Nope, says original source (updated)

Is Apple Pay coming to the UK today? Nope, says original source (updated)

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When Apple revealed a prospective UK release date for its contactless payment technology in June, Apple Pay, it simply said that it was coming in "July". That's a broad schedule that could mean it hits on any one of 31 days. However, one national newspaper... >>

This is the best Batman cosplay suit ever... and it was 3D printed to boot

This is the best Batman cosplay suit ever... and it was 3D printed to boot

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With the San Diego Comic Con to start next week, 9 July, cosplayers will be eagerly ironing their superhero suits and dusting off the manga shoulderpads but no matter how good they will look, we doubt they'll be able to match the stunning Batman: Arkham... >>

Sony starts its own crowdfunding platform for new gadget ideas

Sony starts its own crowdfunding platform for new gadget ideas

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Sony has announced that it will be launching its own version of Kickstarter dubbed First Flight. This will be exclusively for Sony products. The idea behind First Flight is to help push new products from Sony while also allowing the public to pre-order... >>

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphones preview: Bluetooth without compromise

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphones preview: Bluetooth without compromise

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Bowers & Wilkins was one of the last audio firms to adopt Bluetooth for its portable speakers, preferring technologies like AirPlay for stability and quality of wireless transmission. But that was before Bluetooth aptX came along and the company released... >>

Leaked iPhone 6S photos basically show it looks just like the iPhone 6

Leaked iPhone 6S photos basically show it looks just like the iPhone 6

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The next iPhone will look almost identical to the last iPhone. Surprise, surprise. The iPhone 6S, which is considered to be the next-generation iPhone, has just surfaced in a series of leaked photos published by 9to5Mac. The website got ahold of the device's... >>

Save 48 per cent on stylish charging with this wood Apple Watch dock

Save 48 per cent on stylish charging with this wood Apple Watch dock

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Now that you've finally gotten your hands on an Apple Watch, don't drop the ball when it comes to charging it. Any old plastic stand just won't do - instead, check out this stylish, classic Apple Watch charging dock from TRNDlabs that we've got on sale... >>

Samsung Galaxy A8 fully shown off in leaked hands-on video

Samsung Galaxy A8 fully shown off in leaked hands-on video

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A leaked hands-on video has revealed Samsung's yet-to-be-announced Galaxy A8. Samsung introduced the A series of the Galaxy line in December, and it includes the 4.5-inch Samsung Galaxy A3, the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy A5, and the 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy... >>

Apple Music is finally live: 10 tips you need to know

Apple Music is finally live: 10 tips you need to know

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Apple Music is now out, and we'll admit, the whole thing is a bit overwhelming. Not only do you need to figure out how to get the service up and running, but you also need to sign up for the free trial, embark on the setup process, specify what music... >>