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Huge Apple Mac range refresh tipped for October

Huge Apple Mac range refresh tipped for October

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Apple has been tipped to replace the MacBook Pro for a while, but it is alleged that the majority of the Mac line-up, save for the current MacBook, is soon to be refreshed. Bloomberg reports that a Mac hardware refresh will include new models for iMac... >>

Logi ZeroTouch will get your old banger connected, help you keep your eyes on the road

Logi ZeroTouch will get your old banger connected, help you keep your eyes on the road

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Smartphones are a problem for drivers. The temptation to dip in and check your messages or send replies to your friends can be too much to resist. Looking to save drivers from that temptation is Logitech's ZeroTouch. ZeroTouch is designed to transform... >>

This portable battery is designed to keep up with you and Pokemon Go (50 per cent off)

This portable battery is designed to keep up with you and Pokemon Go (50 per cent off)

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Shattering the record for most downloads during its first week of release on the App Store, Pokémon Go has found its way onto millions of smartphones. However, our phones’ batteries are having a hard time keeping up with Pokémon Go’s demands. Fortunately,... >>

Master all things Bitcoin with this Bit.Yoga course (86 per cent off)

Master all things Bitcoin with this Bit.Yoga course (86 per cent off)

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The web isn’t just changing how we do business: it’s changing the nature of money itself. Take Bitcoin for example. 100 per cent digital and free from the control of large banks, Bitcoin is a type of cryptocurrency used to purchase goods electronically.... >>

What to expect at Apple’s September 2016 event: iPhone 7 and more

What to expect at Apple’s September 2016 event: iPhone 7 and more

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Apple typically unveils a new iPhone in September. With its next iPhone event just around the corner, we at Pocket-lint thought we'd round up all the rumours and information about what Apple might announce during its keynote. While a new iPhone running... >>

Philips' new Hue sensor can detect when you're moving and more

Philips' new Hue sensor can detect when you're moving and more

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Philips has new Hue goodies for you, including one that detects movement. It's actually not as creepy as it sounds. The company has announced more products for its Hue line of smart lights and accessories. The standout new gizmo is called Philips Hue... >>

It's official: Apple will hold 7 September event for iPhone 7

It's official: Apple will hold 7 September event for iPhone 7

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Apple will officially host another September event this year. The Cupertino company has invited the media to a press event scheduled for 7 September at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The invite simply had the caption: "See you on the... >>

Fitbit updates activity tracker lineup with new Charge 2 and Flex 2

Fitbit updates activity tracker lineup with new Charge 2 and Flex 2

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Fitbit promised the world it would introduce new devices this year. It's now unveiling two of them. The new Charge 2 and Flex 2 are activity-tracking wristbands. They are update models, actually. For instance, much like its predecessor, the Flex 2 is... >>

Ring Video Doorbell review: Chime-tastic security for your front door
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Ring Video Doorbell review: Chime-tastic security for your front door

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In the age of the smart home, the number of home devices being connected to the internet is expanding exponentially. Whether it's a kettle, fridge, vacuum cleaner, the central heating or - in this case - a doorbell, you can control and monitor almost... >>

Honor 8 review: A different take on the premium mid-range market
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Honor 8 review: A different take on the premium mid-range market

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In the mid-range phone market there's a top dog: the OnePlus 3. That phone has essentially blown the doors off what a device can provide at a £330 price point. And that, right there, is exactly the territory Honor - the subsidiary brand of Chinese supergiant... >>

Sony Xperia XZ: Release date, specs and everything you need to know

Sony Xperia XZ: Release date, specs and everything you need to know

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Sony has announced its new flagship at consumer electronics show IFA. It will probably come as no surprise to Sony Mobile fans but the company's new device isn't called the Xperia Z6. No, no, it is in fact going by the name Xperia XZ. Sony announced... >>

Xbox One S: 4K, Ultra HD Blu-ray and HDR examined in more detail

Xbox One S: 4K, Ultra HD Blu-ray and HDR examined in more detail

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We've reviewed the Xbox One S and concluded that this is a great update to the console, making it an attractive option for anyone who hasn't committed yet and wants to join the Xbox family but also as a great media device for those wanting to embrace... >>

Pokemon Go: How to raise your XP level, power up and evolve your Pokemon

Pokemon Go: How to raise your XP level, power up and evolve your Pokemon

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There are lots of elements to Pokemon Go. There's finding and collecting all the Pokemon, there's battling in Gyms, there's hatching eggs and visiting PokeStops. Then there's the whole world of powering up your Pokemon and raising your Trainer's XP. These... >>

Sony Xperia XZ joins the Xperia X Compact leak party

Sony Xperia XZ joins the Xperia X Compact leak party

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We've been talking about a phone called the Xperia XR for a while – thought to be the latest Sony flagship, the replacement for what might once have been called the Xperia Z6. It's been a busy few days for Sony leaks: while we've seen the specs and... >>

Deus Ex Mankind Divided review: Cyberpunk satisfaction
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Deus Ex Mankind Divided review: Cyberpunk satisfaction

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If you were thinking of getting a nip or a tuck, playing Deus Ex: Mankind Divided might just make you think again. That's because it examines what might happen when human narcissism extends beyond the mere administration of trout-pouts and the like, to... >>

Pay what you want for 9 top-rated programming courses

Pay what you want for 9 top-rated programming courses

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It’s no question, programming is still the way to go if you want high pay at the entry level. Getting started isn’t that hard either. All you need is some training with the right tools. The Pay What You Want: Programming Into the Future Bundle can... >>

Safeguard your browsing with a top-rated cybercrime-fighting duo (61 per cent off)

Safeguard your browsing with a top-rated cybercrime-fighting duo (61 per cent off)

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The web might seem harmless on the surface, but its depths are teeming with hackers and cybercriminals eager to steal your precious information. With even major companies like Blizzard and Sony being hit by attacks, investing in your own online protection... >>

Apple plans to focus on social by making a Snapchat-like video app

Apple plans to focus on social by making a Snapchat-like video app

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Apple is getting into social networking again, but this time it's not about music. Instead, it's developing a video-sharing and editing app for iPhone and iPad. According to Bloomberg, Apple wants to integrate social networking within its mobile products,... >>

WhatsApp says it's going to start giving user data to Facebook

WhatsApp says it's going to start giving user data to Facebook

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Ever since Facebook acquired the WhatsApp messaging app two years ago, users have worried about their privacy. The app's co-founder wrote a blog post at the time to alleviate their concerns, saying "respect for your privacy is coded into our DNA, and... >>

The 2017 iPhone might ditch the home button, have a curved display

The 2017 iPhone might ditch the home button, have a curved display

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Apple hasn't even released this year's iPhone upgrade yet, and there are already reports coming out about the 2017 model. Next year is the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, and so rumour has it Apple is going all out. In fact, it's keeping this year's upgrade... >>

EE's free 6-month Apple Music subscription will save you Bacon, give you access to Britney, bitch

EE's free 6-month Apple Music subscription will save you Bacon, give you access to Britney, bitch

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EE will be offering a 6-month free subscription to Apple Music to all new and upgrading monthly customers, from 1 September. The pairing with the Apple music service is the first of its kind for a UK network, and the latest in a number of incentives offered... >>

Malibu bottles get connected with NFC, because summer

Malibu bottles get connected with NFC, because summer

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Malibu is embracing NFC to make a limited number of its rum bottles connected, meaning you'll be able to tap to interact, rather than just swigging the whole thing down.  The idea is to provide connectivity with your smartphone, so you can tap on the... >>

Sony Xperia X Compact breaks cover, and you didn't expect that

Sony Xperia X Compact breaks cover, and you didn't expect that

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There's been a lot of talk about Sony Mobile recently. After the ditching of the Z series at MWC and the launch of a new X series, the question of where the next flagship will come from has been the subject of lots of speculation. We've spent plenty of... >>

Uber will let you pre-book rides in London

Uber will let you pre-book rides in London

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Uber is adding one of the big missing features to its service in the UK: the ability to pre-book. Uber has had a rough ride since its launch in London, but the app-powered taxi service has found favour with Londoners, beating black cabs hands-down when... >>

Samsung Gear S2 iPhone compatibility now in beta testing

Samsung Gear S2 iPhone compatibility now in beta testing

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Samsung wants its Tizen-based wearables to be compatible with the iPhone. It expressed that desire at the beginning of 2016 at CES. At the same time, the date for iOS compatibility was suggested as mid-January. Since then, Samsung has gone rather silent... >>