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Amazon Kindle Oasis review: First class reader, first class price
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Amazon Kindle Oasis review: First class reader, first class price

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The Amazon Kindle has been fairly predictable over the past few years, walking a path from button-laden ebook reader at its 2007 launch, all the way through to the ultra-refined and ultra-simple Paperwhite and Voyage generation. The Kindle exists for... >>

Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch plans leaked, luxury de Grisogono version confirmed

Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch plans leaked, luxury de Grisogono version confirmed

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It might come as no surprise that Samsung is planning a new smartwatch for 2016 and even less so that it will likely be called the Samsung Gear S3. What is surprising however is that one of its partners seems to have let the cat out of the bag early doors.... >>

Amazon Kindle: A brief history from the original Kindle to the Kindle Oasis

Amazon Kindle: A brief history from the original Kindle to the Kindle Oasis

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The Amazon Kindle was launched with one real aim: to bring people books. The Kindle was never designed to compete with tablets and sticking to this principle has allowed the Kindle to evolve through to the present day and excel at its task.  The Kindle... >>

This top skill can make or break a project management resume

This top skill can make or break a project management resume

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Aspiring Project Managers need to consider mastering the methodologies actually used by Project Managers daily. With the Agile/Scrum Certification Training for Project Managers, now available for £31.45 ($44.99) on Pocket-lint Deals, you can stack the... >>

Facebook is working on a standalone camera app for live streaming

Facebook is working on a standalone camera app for live streaming

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Facebook doesn't have a good track record when it comes to standalone apps, but that isn't stopping it from going back to the drawing board. According to The Wall Street Journal, a team of Facebook engineers in London are working on a standalone camera... >>

Apple Watch 2: What's the story so far?

Apple Watch 2: What's the story so far?

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The Apple Watch 2 is close to being ready, or at least that's what all the latest reports claim. Apple unveiled its first smartwatch, simply called the Apple Watch, in September 2014, but it didn't begin shipping the wearable until April 2015. Many people... >>

Apple Watch 2 might pack cellular data connectivity, faster processor

Apple Watch 2 might pack cellular data connectivity, faster processor

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Apple is working on the Apple Watch 2 and reportedly planning to add at least two things that'll make the new watch stand out from its predecessor. Apple unveiled its original smartwatch, called Apple Watch, in September 2014, but it didn't begin shipping... >>

Gmail for Android adds Microsoft Exchange support for all devices

Gmail for Android adds Microsoft Exchange support for all devices

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Google has updated Gmail for Android with support for Microsoft Exchange. Stop wondering whether Gmail for Android already supported Exchange, because it did... but only on Nexus devices. The new update, which is available in the latest version of the... >>

Xiaomi CEO reveals Mi Band 2 and its LCD display, physical button

Xiaomi CEO reveals Mi Band 2 and its LCD display, physical button

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi, otherwise known as China's Apple, is about to launch the second version of its very affordable wristband. Called the Mi Band 2, it's expected to be a follow-up to the Mi Band, Xiaomi's original wristband that only... >>

Microsoft’s Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone is now out

Microsoft’s Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone is now out

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After a closed beta earlier this month, the Microsoft Garage team has released Word Flow for iPhone. The team revealed earlier this year that it is porting the Windows Word Flow phone keyboard to iOS, and later reports claimed it would feature a new one-handed... >>

Apple iPhone SE vs iPhone 6S vs iPhone 6: What's the difference?

Apple iPhone SE vs iPhone 6S vs iPhone 6: What's the difference?

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Apple finally announced a new 4-inch iPhone, following months and months of rumours. The iPhone SE was unveiled at an event in Cupertino in March and it replaces the existing iPhone 5S. For those wondering how it compares to the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone... >>

Ford boss believes an Apple Car is in the works

Ford boss believes an Apple Car is in the works

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Apple has long been rumoured to be working on its own car, currently called the Apple Car or Project Titan by the press. And it seems that major players in the motor industry believe so too. Ford CEO Mark Fields has confirmed that his company assumes... >>

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

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The mighty Disney has announced it will use the Nokia Ozo camera to create virtual reality content. Disney is planning to use the Ozo 360-degree camera to create immersive videos that will be unleashed alongside its movie feature releases. The Nokia Ozo... >>

Parents guide to games consoles: How to make Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U safe and secure

Parents guide to games consoles: How to make Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U safe and secure

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As entertainment technology offers children more ways to connect, it is important parents understand the risks and how to safely get the most out of these devices in the home. Before even starting or choosing between the different games consoles therefore,... >>

HTC 10 vs One M9: Which is better?

HTC 10 vs One M9: Which is better?

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HTC announced a new flagship, the HTC 10, at the beginning of April. It's a new start for the company's flagship smartphone, dropping both the One name and the M designation. It comes in to right the wrongs of the HTC One M9, a phone that took an awkward... >>

Mini Clubman review: A club worth being in
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Mini Clubman review: A club worth being in

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The new Mini Clubman is the biggest Mini ever. But can such a classically small car be turned into a family runabout that could conceivably be purchased instead of a VW Golf? In this review we aim to find out, by putting the Clubman through the ultimate... >>

Honor V8 flagship leaks with Huawei P9 duo cameras and QHD display

Honor V8 flagship leaks with Huawei P9 duo cameras and QHD display

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Honor, the Huawei sub-brand, looks set to unleash a new flagship smartphone after plenty of specs have leaked including the Huawei P9's dual-camera system. The Honor V8, in two forms, has appeared on a Tenaa listing where plenty of specs were given away.... >>

Harman Kardon Go + Play shows there's still interest in quality Bluetooth speakers

Harman Kardon Go + Play shows there's still interest in quality Bluetooth speakers

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Harman Kardon has refreshed its high-end portable speaker with a more elegant look, quad drivers and the ability to wirelessly connect up to three devices at a time. That includes iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The latest in the Harman Kardon Go +... >>

Microsoft Surface Phone might be first to bring 8GB of RAM and Snapdragon 830

Microsoft Surface Phone might be first to bring 8GB of RAM and Snapdragon 830

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The Microsoft Surface Phone could come packing some world-first specs that blow away anything out there right now. Namely that's 8GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 CPU. Before getting too excited know that these claims are based on a Windows 10... >>

Build the perfect website with the WordPress Wizard Bundle

Build the perfect website with the WordPress Wizard Bundle

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Strong design and management are essential for a successful site, and the WordPress Wizard Bundle provides the skills to accomplish both. You can transform your ambitions into a high-quality professional site through 12 essential courses, at an appealing... >>

EE brings back customer services to UK and Ireland, better service promised

EE brings back customer services to UK and Ireland, better service promised

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EE has announced that it is closing its customer service operations overseas and bringing the entire operation back to the UK and Ireland by the end of 2016. That means you will always speak to an on-shore assistant when you call for help. The company... >>

Your EE 4G phone will work "everywhere you go" by 2020

Your EE 4G phone will work "everywhere you go" by 2020

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EE has revealed that it is on track to cover 95 per cent of the UK landmass with 4G coverage by the end of the decade. That will represent an increase of 35 per cent in just four years. The only places that will not be covered by 2020 are "where people... >>

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge vs HTC 10: Which is the best flagship?

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge vs HTC 10: Which is the best flagship?

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If you're looking for a new smartphone in 2016, you're facing a tough decision, with plenty of competitive devices on offer. Samsung was the first to announce, showing off the new Galaxy S7 models, with the S7 edge attracting rave reviews. HTC let the... >>

Enjoy unlimited streaming and privacy with StreamJack TV SmartDNS

Enjoy unlimited streaming and privacy with StreamJack TV SmartDNS

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Privacy and access are sacred concepts on the internet, with entire industries committed to both in the digital age. And while some companies offer both high-level security and unlimited access to restricted content online, the StreamJack TV SmartDNS... >>

Master all aspects of Microsoft Office with this internationally-accredited course library

Master all aspects of Microsoft Office with this internationally-accredited course library

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A one-stop shop for all the essential skills required for Microsoft Office mastery, the Internationally-Accredited Microsoft Office Course Library is set to take you from beginner to advanced in any of the included programs, ranging from 365 to Word,... >>