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Autonomous car self-drives 1200 miles through Chinese traffic, voice commands used

Autonomous car self-drives 1200 miles through Chinese traffic, voice commands used

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As self-driving car tests go a 1200 mile trek across the congested roads of China has to be one of the most challenging. Despite those possible difficulties the self-driving car completed the epic journey. The autonomous car was being tested as part of... >>

Motorola Moto G (2016) leaks in clear, revealing photos

Motorola Moto G (2016) leaks in clear, revealing photos

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Lenovo owned Motorola may soon reveal a new Moto G for 2016 after leaked photos show the handset is already made. The leaked photos appeared through Chinese social networks showing the handset in black. The Moto G for 2016, possibly influenced by a Lenovo... >>

Panasonic Lumix GX80 review: Small in scale, big on features
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Panasonic Lumix GX80 review: Small in scale, big on features

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With the Lumix GF8 absent from British shores, we were beginning to wonder if Panasonic had bailed on the smaller-scale and more affordable compact system camera concept. But that's not the case, as the latest Lumix GX80 (or GX85 in the USA) stands to... >>

Hoverboard and jetpack spawn extreme Flyboard Air

Hoverboard and jetpack spawn extreme Flyboard Air

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Any self-respecting hoverboard fan knows for a board to work on water "you need power", meaning the jet powered Flyboard Air can go anywhere. Zapata Racing has been working on jet-powered hoverboard style devices for a while but this is the first time... >>

HTC Sense 8.0 vs Sense 7.0: New features tweaks and changes reviewed

HTC Sense 8.0 vs Sense 7.0: New features tweaks and changes reviewed

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The HTC 10 brings with it a new version of Sense that's moved a fair distance from the experience on HTC's previous flagship device, the HTC One M9, with a change in software emphasis. We've been tracking the changes in Sense for a number of years, but... >>

Peggy smart clothes peg detects rain, tells your phone so you can bring wash in

Peggy smart clothes peg detects rain, tells your phone so you can bring wash in

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Now smart home devices can even help us stay one step ahead of nature. The latest is a clothes peg named Peggy from Omo that can detect rain. The Omo Peggy clips onto a clothesline like any other peg, albeit larger, and uses light, temperature and humidity... >>

Save the planet by doing nothing different to usual, here's how

Save the planet by doing nothing different to usual, here's how

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Now is your chance to help save the planet. When a huge company like Apple gets involved it's a sign now is a good time to help push for a better future. And you can, using apps. Apple has teamed up with charity WWF and 24 developers to help make a difference... >>

Monthly Amazon Prime subscription now available in US, coming to UK?

Monthly Amazon Prime subscription now available in US, coming to UK?

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Amazon has finally added a separate payment option for its Prime membership other than having to pay for the whole shebang in one yearly lump. In the US, subscribers can now choose to pay monthly for the service too. Hopefully, a similar scheme will also... >>

Passenger plane hits alleged drone at landing, police on the hunt for pilot

Passenger plane hits alleged drone at landing, police on the hunt for pilot

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The Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed that the Metropolitan Police are investigating a possible incident with a drone at Heathrow airport. This follows reports that a drone smashed into a passenger plane. The A320 aircraft was landing at Heathrow... >>

Phillips Health Watch to finally arrive at IFA 2016, costing around €250

Phillips Health Watch to finally arrive at IFA 2016, costing around €250

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Philips has revealed the suite of health products it announced at IFA 2015 are now available, with the Health Watch to follow at this year's IFA, costing around €250. The products include the watch, scales and blood pressure monitor, as well as a thermometer,... >>

Sphericam creates live 4K VR video in 360-degrees, as if you were there

Sphericam creates live 4K VR video in 360-degrees, as if you were there

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The future of broadcast is in virtual reality, where viewers feel as if they're really in the action with a 360-degree view. It's Sphericam that's going to help bring that future closer. The Sphericam 2 is a VR camera that, unlike others out there, can... >>

Earn a cybersecurity career with top-level hacker and pen tester certification training

Earn a cybersecurity career with top-level hacker and pen tester certification training

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In today’s world, security is a big concern of any business or organisation. With new online threats emerging daily, it’s vital that companies protect themselves with high-level IT security experts, to avoid that small oversight which could cost the... >>

VPNGhost lifetime subscription offers private, high-speed internet with no restrictions

VPNGhost lifetime subscription offers private, high-speed internet with no restrictions

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Looking for privacy and anonymity online? Fed up with blocked websites and geo-restrictions on streaming while traveling? The solution is VPNGhost, a service which allows private, high-speed and unrestricted internet use, masking your IP address so your... >>

Apple OS X 10.12 Fuji: What's the story on the next Mac system update?

Apple OS X 10.12 Fuji: What's the story on the next Mac system update?

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Apple typically unveils the next version of the Mac operating system at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference. And wouldn't you know it - WWDC 2016 is right around the corner. Although the company started shipping OS X 10.11 El Capitan just last... >>

Play Doom's open beta: How to get it now on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam

Play Doom's open beta: How to get it now on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam

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Anyone can get a taste of the new Doom's multiplayer portion this weekend. Bethesda announced earlier this month that anyone with a Windows PC, Xbox One, or PS4 could experience Doom from 15 April to 17 April, thanks to an open beta. Pocket-lint has explained... >>

LG made a new Rolly plastic Bluetooth keyboard you can actually roll up

LG made a new Rolly plastic Bluetooth keyboard you can actually roll up

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Have you ever wanted a Bluetooth keyboard you could roll up and stuff in your pocket (one with five rows of keys instead of four)? Well, LG has you covered. Last year, LG announced a wireless keyboard product, called Rolly, which does exactly that. It... >>

Apple accidentally reveals OS X will be rebranded as MacOS

Apple accidentally reveals OS X will be rebranded as MacOS

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Apple may soon stop referring to its desktop operating system as OS X. Alongside its Earth Day 2016 announcements, Apple updated this FAQ webpage to explain to consumers how it cares about the environment and what it is doing to report carbon emissions,... >>

Best HTC Vive games: Incredible SteamVR experiences to play right now

Best HTC Vive games: Incredible SteamVR experiences to play right now

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We've been playing with the full consumer version of the HTC Vive virtual reality headset for the best part of a week and will soon be posting our extensive review. However, before we do we wanted to share our thoughts on some of the games and experiences... >>

This mattress warns you when someone else is having sex in your bed

This mattress warns you when someone else is having sex in your bed

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In a bid to put an end to infidelity, Spanish matress company Durmet has come up with a mattress that knows when someone else is in your bed. More crucially it can detect sex, that isn't you, and alert you to the apparent adultery. The smart mattress,... >>

Farewell BlackBerry OS: Here are the 23 best BlackBerry phones that changed the world

Farewell BlackBerry OS: Here are the 23 best BlackBerry phones that changed the world

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BlackBerry has announced its operating software BB10 is officially dead. It's a sad time. Not because future devices will be Android, but because it marks the end of yet another era for the Canadian company.  Once upon a time, BlackBerry was the absolute... >>

The Commodore 64 is returning with a HDMI output, handheld console version too

The Commodore 64 is returning with a HDMI output, handheld console version too

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Hot on the heels of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega games console and the forthcoming Vega+ handheld, another classic computer from the same era is about to return: the Commodore 64. The 64 from Retro Games Ltd will take the form of two different devices.... >>

Huawei VR headset officially here to take on Samsung Gear VR and LG 360 VR

Huawei VR headset officially here to take on Samsung Gear VR and LG 360 VR

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Huawei has just announced its own virtual reality headset at its Chinese P9 smartphone launch event. This will look similar to the Samsung Gear VR and work much like the LG 360 VR headset. The Huawei VR headset connects directly to the P9 phone via... >>

BT Infinity 1 offers 52Mbps fibre broadband from just £10 a month

BT Infinity 1 offers 52Mbps fibre broadband from just £10 a month

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BT has introduced a new entry level fibre broadband package, BT Infinity 1. It offers speeds of up to 52Mbps as standard for as little as £10 a month. In addition to the internet connection, customers also received access to the provider's sports channels,... >>

GoPro brings more stats to your action videos, BMW, Polar and more on the list

GoPro brings more stats to your action videos, BMW, Polar and more on the list

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GoPro has announced its Developer Program which allows other companies to make GoPro cameras do anything they need. It will also mean GoPro can take advantage of other hardware and sensors. Big names like BMW and Polar have already announced cars and... >>

Can’t find anything on the App Store to play? Apple plans app search overhaul

Can’t find anything on the App Store to play? Apple plans app search overhaul

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When you're looking for an app for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on the Apple App Store do you just download those suggested on the front page or navigate through the basic search feature? We suspect it's the former as the latter has long been far from... >>