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Best Android cooking apps

Best Android cooking apps

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Whether it's on a tablet or from your mobile phone, cooking with Android is a powerful tool. The Market is teeming with apps to help you out with timings and conversions along with more recipe guides than you can possibly imagine.So, whether it's tips... >>

APP OF THE DAY: My Beach HD review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: My Beach HD review (Android)

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One of the joys of Android is supposed to be customisation and yet few people even bother to change their wallpaper after they unbox their little darlings. One of the problems is that most of us have been scared by our early live wallpaper experiences... >>

Rara.com brings digital music to the forgotten masses

Rara.com brings digital music to the forgotten masses

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A new music streaming service has hit the web aimed squarely at the mass market. Rara.com is a UK-based, all-devices, ad-free, paid-for experience that’s designed to capture the 80-odd per cent of the users out there who’ve never gone digital before.... >>

Best iPhone games: sports

Best iPhone games: sports

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The best iPhone apps are often the games. It's probably the largest category in the App Store and they're the one's that seem to come and go on our handsets more frequently than any others, as in turn each is downloaded, mastered and discarded. The bottom... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Dragon's Lair review (Android & iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: Dragon's Lair review (Android & iOS)

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One of the oldest games in the business is now available to play on just about all of the world’s smartphones. At 28 years of age and counting this, at the time, ground-breaking animated role-play adventure has still just about got it and at the least... >>

Teach your grandparents to use Skype

Teach your grandparents to use Skype

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The grandparent can be notoriously tricky customer when it comes to educating, particularly when that education is a lesson in technology, but, because you're a good person and this is the Good Christmas, you're going to give it a shot by giving them... >>

LEGO Christmas tree decks the halls at St. Pancras Station

LEGO Christmas tree decks the halls at St. Pancras Station

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The world's largest ever LEGO Christmas tree is now standing on the concourse at St. Pancras Station, London for the public to enjoy.Consisting of approximately 400,000 individual bricks and requiring a steel frame to support its three-tonne-weight, the... >>

APP OF THE DAY: EggDrop review (Android & iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: EggDrop review (Android & iOS)

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Christmas may be the time for buying presents but grabbing yourself a bargain is an all-year-round activity. As ever, sometimes you have to reach a little further than the shops to get what you’re looking for and today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint... >>

How to spend on charity this Christmas

How to spend on charity this Christmas

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Welcome to the Good Christmas on Pocket-lint. The first and most obvious way to feel good about yourself this year is to make sure that you’re giving to those that really need, and, as much as we all really need that latest smartphone, what we’re... >>

A Good Christmas on Pocket-lint

A Good Christmas on Pocket-lint

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This Christmas is the Good Christmas on Pocket-lint. Over the next two weeks, we’re going to be bringing you ideas from the web and from the world of technology on how to make sure that the time you spend with your nearest and dearest this year is time... >>

Best Android shopping apps

Best Android shopping apps

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The best Android shopping apps come for free. After all, why would someone charge you for one when you're about to spend so much money with them because of it? So, picking a bunch out from the Android Market and downloading until you find the ones that... >>

Philips 50PFL7956T Cinema 21:9 Gold
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Philips 50PFL7956T Cinema 21:9 Gold

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It’s nearly three years down the line and Philips is still the only major TV manufacturer selling panels as the cinema intended. The original Philips Cinema 21:9 was a hit, if a rather pricey one. The second added 3D and won itself Best TV at the Pocket-lint... >>

Sky Broadband customers to get Cloud Wi-Fi access

Sky Broadband customers to get Cloud Wi-Fi access

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Sky Broadband customers look set to enjoy Wi-Fi hotspot access when out in town thanks to the company’s purchase of The Cloud. The move was confirmed by the Network Implementation Director for Sky Network Services, Trevor Legg, when he spoke to Pocket-lint... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Solo review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Solo review (Android)

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So, you can’t get GarageBand for Android but the musical flavoured App of the Day on Pocket-lint right now is something that would be welcome round a camp fire in a way perhaps that a portable studio would not be. We’re not saying that this app will... >>

Best iPhone games: puzzle

Best iPhone games: puzzle

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The best iPhone apps are often the games. It's probably the largest category in the App Store and they're the one's that seem to come and go on our handsets more frequently than any others as in turn each is downloaded, mastered and discarded. The bottom... >>

Farewell from Style Week

Farewell from Style Week

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And with Friday comes both the beginning of the weekend and at the same time the end of Style Week on Pocket-lint. We hoped you've enjoyed our 30 or so articles on the delights of fashion, design, aesthetics and ergonomics in the field of technology an... >>

Mark Coop talks tech

Mark Coop talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we got hold of top UK-based designers to talk to us about what they see... >>

Stighlorgan talks tech

Stighlorgan talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we got hold of five top UK-based fashion designers to talk to us about... >>

Bang and Olufsen: Design which lasts the distance

Bang and Olufsen: Design which lasts the distance

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Pocket-lint had been arranging to interview Bang & Olufsen’s most prolific of industrial designers over the decades, David Lewis, as part of Style Week. Sadly, Mr Lewis passed away on 8 November 2011 after a short illness in his adopted homeland of... >>

Best looking home cinema kit in the world. Ever.

Best looking home cinema kit in the world. Ever.

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Phones spend most of their time in your pocket, cameras in some bag. If you really want the world to know what a great eye you have, then it’s home cinema where you need to spend the bucks on good looking technology. So, that’s exactly where we’re... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Gigbeat review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Gigbeat review (Android)

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Every now and then an app comes along that really makes a difference and today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint is one of those apps. The bad news for lots of you out there is that it’s only on Android. The good news for those of you that can get it... >>

Best looking laptop accessories: making your gadgets beautiful

Best looking laptop accessories: making your gadgets beautiful

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We’d all love to own the most beautiful gadgets in the world but sometimes irritating things like money and family members who don’t want us to blow it all on items that we don’t technically need can get in the way. Essentially, there’s two ways... >>

Roksanda Ilincic talks tech

Roksanda Ilincic talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we got hold of five top UK fashion designers to talk to us about what... >>

Intel: Brian Johnson explains why Ultrabooks are the 'ultimate experience'

Intel: Brian Johnson explains why Ultrabooks are the 'ultimate experience'

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Intel wants to know what you’ll be doing in 10 years’ time. The answer, presumably, that the microprocessor manufacturer is hoping for is something powered by one of its chips. The reason it’s so interested in the future though has nothing to do... >>

Best looking laptops in the world. Ever.

Best looking laptops in the world. Ever.

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Laptops have been through quite the change over the last five or six years. As soon as the technology that ran them got small enough, manufacturers realised that they didn?t have to churn out grey bricks any more. In fact, a splash of colour here, a super... >>

Eley Kishimoto talks tech

Eley Kishimoto talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we got hold of five top UK fashion designers to talk to us about what... >>

Electrolux: Good design is inclusive design

Electrolux: Good design is inclusive design

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“Products have to be about both form and function. If only 10 per cent of people can use what you’ve made, then you’re a fine artist, not a designer.” So says Adam Szczepanowski, Design Manager at Electrolux, as Pocket-lint picks his brain on... >>

Fred Butler talks tech

Fred Butler talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we’ve got hold of five top UK fashion designers to talk to us about... >>

Leica: Beauty in the hand of the beholder

Leica: Beauty in the hand of the beholder

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A Leica camera is a powerful thing. One touch can change your life. Just ask the company’s director of production management, photography, Stefan Daniel and he’ll tell you.Daniel was just 8 years old when he was first introduced to these classic cameras... >>

Orla Kiely talks tech

Orla Kiely talks tech

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Style Week on Pocket-lint would, of course, be nothing at all if we didn’t ask the opinions of those who really know what style is all about. So, as part of our five days of fun, we’ve got hold of five top UK fashion designers to talk to us about... >>

Welcome to Style Week on Pocket-lint

Welcome to Style Week on Pocket-lint

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We spend a lot of time on Pocket-lint talking about specs. All too often we'll tell you about just what each gadget can do; which one is faster, which is stronger, which is thinner, which lighter, how many megapixels something has, the number of ports,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Lovefilm By Post review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Lovefilm By Post review (Android)

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If those pretty please with sugar on it come back and start paying us again e-mails haven’t been doing the trick, then prepare for another way of getting sucked into renting films until you get stuck on something really worthy that you’re never in... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Cars and Guns 3D review (Android & iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: Cars and Guns 3D review (Android & iOS)

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You're sick of Angry Birds, you've cut the rope more times than you've had hot dinners and if you flick and kick more time, you're going to throw up. Never fear, your new piece of mobile fun has arrived in the form of today's App of the Day on Pocket-lint... >>

Motorola Xoom 2: Review of rumours, features, pictures and specs

Motorola Xoom 2: Review of rumours, features, pictures and specs

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The Motorola Xoom 2 might not be the first of the next generation Android Honeycomb tablets, but if the original Xoom is anything to go by, then there's plenty of reason to be excited still. In fact, with the first incarnation launched all those months... >>

Galaxy Nexus vs Nexus S

Galaxy Nexus vs Nexus S

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With each major Android update comes a Nexus phone and now that Ice Cream Sandwich is here, the Galaxy Nexus has arrived to carry it. Less than a year has passed since Gingerbread arrived on the Nexus S, however, so exactly how dated should anyone with... >>

Galaxy Nexus vs Samsung Galaxy S II

Galaxy Nexus vs Samsung Galaxy S II

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Picture the Galaxy Nexus as a tabby and the Samsung Galaxy S II as a group of birds pecking around at Trafalgar Square. Now set that cat amongst theose pigeons and you’ll have some idea of the effect of the launch of the latest Nexus phone on those... >>

Galaxy Nexus vs iPhone 4S

Galaxy Nexus vs iPhone 4S

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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone has arrived heralding the launch of Android 4.0, otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich. As ever, the beauty of the Nexus arrangement is that you get a pure, untainted taste of the latest Android dessert without any of the... >>

Waldorf Astoria, Shanghai: the ultimate gadget hotel

Waldorf Astoria, Shanghai: the ultimate gadget hotel

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It's not every day that you open the door to your toilet to watch it automatically opening its door for you, but then it's not every day you find yourself staying at the Waldorf Astoria in Shanghai. Being a journalist can be a pretty good gig from time... >>

APP OF THE DAY: ChatON review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: ChatON review (Android)

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Today's App of the Day has caused a bit of a debate within the Pocket-lint team. Is free IM relevant on mobile phones? The point of contention is that the word "free" means that sending messages to whomever you choose won't cost you an SMS which you might... >>

Inside the Nikon 1 factory

Inside the Nikon 1 factory

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Turn over your nearest gadget and there's an excellent chance you'll read “Made in China” on the casing. With labour cheap, resources close at hand, space costs at a minimum and the Chinese currency, the Yuan, kept low, it's not surprising that the... >>

Hipstamatic D-Series app coming October 2011

Hipstamatic D-Series app coming October 2011

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The people who brought you the hit retro iPhone app Hipstamatic are at it again with the launch of another camera converter for your handset. Hipstamatic D-Series is set to bring back the film feel to your digital photography by preventing you from actually... >>

HTC Sensation XL vs HTC Sensation XE vs HTC Sensation

HTC Sensation XL vs HTC Sensation XE vs HTC Sensation

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The HTC Sensation, Sensation XE and Sensation XL - a triumvirate of Gigantosaurus-screened handsets poses a serious shopping dilemma as to which version to opt for. Each is an Android phone and each one described as a flagship handset by Peter Chou the... >>

HTC Sensation XL vs Samsung Galaxy S II

HTC Sensation XL vs Samsung Galaxy S II

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The HTC Sensation XL now makes that three flagship Android handsets from the Taiwanese mobile makers. Peter Chou and his team have also once again team up with Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine to bring Beats Audio software and headphones to an HTC smartphone and... >>

iPhone 4S: the experts' opinions on the 5th generation handset

iPhone 4S: the experts' opinions on the 5th generation handset

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Apple has had its say on the iPhone 4S. Tim Cook and Co. have told the world exactly why we should buy their hot, new toy and, as ever, the company makes an impressive case at its press conferences.Now the dust has settled. We've taken the time to review... >>

iPhone 4S vs Samsung Galaxy S II

iPhone 4S vs Samsung Galaxy S II

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The iPhone 4S might be Apple’s top dog but Android has some pretty impressive breeds of its own. Right now, the No.1 in the Google mobile space has got to be the Samsung Galaxy S II with the LTE and even LTE HD editions to enjoy if you happen to live... >>

iPhone 4S vs iPhone 4

iPhone 4S vs iPhone 4

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The iPhone 4S has arrived, and with it the panic from well over a million iPhone 4 users who suddenly feel the sweat on their brow and sinking ache in the pits of their stomachs because they no longer own the number one Apple handset in town. There are,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Colors (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Colors (Android)

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Sometimes it's the simplest Android apps that are the most impressive and few are as simple as today's App of the Day app review on Pocket-lint.One of the major advantages to using an Android smartphone is that you can customise and personalise to your... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Aurasma Lite review - (Spurs fans download now)

APP OF THE DAY: Aurasma Lite review - (Spurs fans download now)

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If you’re reading this before 4:45pm GMT on Sunday 2 October 2011, you’re a Spurs fan and you happen to own either an Android or Apple smartphone, then you’re in luck. Pocket-lint’s App of the Day is not something exclusive to you, but you’re... >>

Amazon Kindle Fire vs iPad 2

Amazon Kindle Fire vs iPad 2

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The Amazon Kindle Fire has arrived complete with its 16 million colour screen and all the backing of the enormous online retail platform that is Amazon itself. Big, but is bigger necessarily better?There also happens to be a certain other massive player... >>

APP OF THE DAY: UK Weather review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: UK Weather review (Android)

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There are plenty of news and weather apps out there, but any outdoor enthusiast, fisherman, farmer or, indeed, anyone with children will tell you that it's hyper-locality and detail that counts. Sure the bloke or bird on the box at the end of the current... >>