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Best films to look forward to in 2016: Here are all the top movie trailers

Best films to look forward to in 2016: Here are all the top movie trailers

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The year 2016 is the year of the superhero movie. Many of the biggest blockbusters are set to be focused on super-powered wonderment. Marvel and DC continue their respective expansions of both universes' big screen outings. But that's not to say the... >>

81 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

81 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

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Technology has really changed the way we interact with the world. It can even change our perceptions of things in it. That's extremely true when it comes to Adobe's Photoshop software, which has become the buzzword for digital image manipulation. You... >>

World’s largest E Ink display is the USB-powered monitor your eyes have been burning for

World’s largest E Ink display is the USB-powered monitor your eyes have been burning for

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Paperlike is an E Ink monitor designed to act as a secondary display to give your eyes a break from your usual screen. Chinese company Dasung made the screen as what it claims is the world's largest E Ink display at 13.3-inches. Not only that but it's... >>

How to watch live GoPro HeroCast skydive flight over the Great Wall of China

How to watch live GoPro HeroCast skydive flight over the Great Wall of China

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This weekend Jeb Corliss, the famed wingsuit pilot, will carry out a life-risking stunt over the Great Wall of China and you'll be able to fly along with him, sort of. For the first time the GoPro HeroCast will be used to live stream a wingsuit skydive... >>

Tech then and now: Hilarious pictures of how gadgets have changed us for the worse

Tech then and now: Hilarious pictures of how gadgets have changed us for the worse

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The internet came along and changed our lives. Smartphones and super slim televisions are now standard the world over. But it wasn't always that way, oh no, it was better once. Better how? We hear you ask. In plenty of ways. We lived happy lives before... >>

iPhone 7 Plus leaks: Thicker, 3GB RAM, 2K AMOLED, Smart Keyboard port

iPhone 7 Plus leaks: Thicker, 3GB RAM, 2K AMOLED, Smart Keyboard port

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Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus diagrams show off thicker builds than current models, but that could be a good thing thanks to better specs and more connection options. In the case of the iPhone 7 Plus it should work with the Apple Smart Keyboard. The... >>

Samsung Gear VR getting its own gamepad? Clips into headset when not in use

Samsung Gear VR getting its own gamepad? Clips into headset when not in use

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The Samsung Gear VR might be a surprisingly capable virtual reality headset, for the price, but controls are limited. This issue appears to be something Samsung has spotted and may soon fix with a new Gear VR gamepad. The gamepad has leaked in images... >>

Batman Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition is official, comes with black Gear VR

Batman Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition is official, comes with black Gear VR

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Just when you thought Samsung's superhero love peaked with the Iron Man special edition Galaxy S6 edge, Batman swoops in. A Batman special edition Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition smartphone has been officially unveiled. The special edition handset... >>

Silent stealth bikes run on almost anything, Batman would want one of these

Silent stealth bikes run on almost anything, Batman would want one of these

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The dream of a vehicle fuel systems that runs on anything, like Back To the Future's Mr Fusion, is getting closer to a reality. Two military stealth bikes have been shown off that not only run near-silently but work with electricity and most fuels too.... >>

Stunning Spider-Man style skyscraper climb using LG vacuum cleaner suction alone

Stunning Spider-Man style skyscraper climb using LG vacuum cleaner suction alone

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If you thought vacuum cleaners were boring, think again. LG has strapped two of its cordless vacs to the back of extreme climber Blair-Coyle who scaled a glass skyscraper using their suction alone to stay attached. The LG CordZero Sierra vacuum uses lithium-ion... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 dual-edge expected next, not Galaxy Note 6

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 dual-edge expected next, not Galaxy Note 6

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We were all excitedly looking forward to the rumoured return of the Samsung Galaxy Note series to the UK with the Note 6 and now we're hearing it's never coming. A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with edge display is reportedly coming next. According to sources... >>

Android N could arrive on your phone sooner than you think

Android N could arrive on your phone sooner than you think

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Google's parent company Alphabet is reportedly stepping up its game to make sure operating system updates arrive faster across devices, which should start with Android N. Currently the Android operating system can rollout quickly to gadgets running pure... >>

OnePlus 3 makes official appearance with full metal body and specs

OnePlus 3 makes official appearance with full metal body and specs

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The highly anticipated OnePlus 3 smartphone has popped up in an official certification showing off the device's squared-off metallic build. There are plenty of specs confirmed too. The OnePlus 3 has been the source of plenty of rumours as we near its... >>

Samsung Galaxy X roll-out OLED screen shown off, just 0.3mm thin

Samsung Galaxy X roll-out OLED screen shown off, just 0.3mm thin

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Samsung is rumoured to unveil a new smartphone that can fold shut like a wallet thanks to a new super flexible OLED screen. Now the company has shown off that very display at the SID 2016 event in San Francisco. While Samsung uses a flexible OLED in its... >>

New Apple MacBooks may have built-in 4G LTE network connection

New Apple MacBooks may have built-in 4G LTE network connection

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Apple's WWDC is just around the corner and 2016 is due for a refreshed line of MacBook laptops to add to the recently released 12-inch Retina model. This time though it might be more than just a refresh. Apple could introduce independently network connected... >>

Best smart clothes: Wearables to improve your life

Best smart clothes: Wearables to improve your life

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Smart clothes are the next step beyond wearables. Despite smart watches and activity trackers just beginning to become popular, smart clothing is already starting to appear. So far there are already items of smart clothing available including t-shirts... >>

LG G Flex 3 slated to make modular appearance at IFA 2016

LG G Flex 3 slated to make modular appearance at IFA 2016

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The LG G Flex 3 has been the source of very few rumours of late, with very little solid information. Now it appears that the G Flex 3 will make an appearance at IFA 2016 this September. The curved LG G Flex 3 will, obviously, be the successor to the... >>

OnePlus 3 release date leaks as 14 June, day after Apple’s WWDC 2016

OnePlus 3 release date leaks as 14 June, day after Apple’s WWDC 2016

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The OnePlus 3 smartphone, which is due to be announced via VR feed, will be unveiled on 14 June, according to a OnePlus leak. That places it the day after Apple's WWDC 2016 event has kicked off. A customer who bought a OnePlus Loop VR headset, which can... >>

Driver caught sleeping at the wheel as Tesla Autopilot drives for him

Driver caught sleeping at the wheel as Tesla Autopilot drives for him

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The future of cars might be here, or the future of next-level marketing. A driver was caught, not driving, but sleeping at the wheel of his Tesla Model S as it drove for him. The Tesla Model S Autopilot system works both at speed on motorways and slowly... >>

Brian May makes any smartphone VR ready with his Owl Stereoscope

Brian May makes any smartphone VR ready with his Owl Stereoscope

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Brian May is a legend for being Queen's lead guitarist, but Doctor Brian May is an astrophysicist and former maths teacher with a passion for 3D. This love has birthed his Owl Stereoscope that holds any smartphone, allowing it to become a 3D virtual reality... >>

LG 4K HDR choices for 2016: G6, E6, C6 and B6 TVs compared

LG 4K HDR choices for 2016: G6, E6, C6 and B6 TVs compared

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LG's message in its 2015 televisions was about curved OLED, later releasing flat models to accompany the curved versions. With 2016, the message is still very much about OLED, Ultra HD and HDR, but guess what? The lead model moves to flat instead. OLED... >>

Samsung Galaxy S7 Active official specs leak: 4000mAh battery and more

Samsung Galaxy S7 Active official specs leak: 4000mAh battery and more

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The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active might not be official yet but that's not stopped plenty of leaks already revealing the look and now the specs of the handset. A complete spec sheet has been shown to Evan Blass at Venture Beat, it's claimed to be an official... >>

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

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While smartphones, smarthomes and even smart wearables are growing ever more advanced, they're still limited by power. The battery hasn't advanced in decades. But we're on the verge of a power revolution. Big technology companies, and now car companies... >>

Breathing batteries can make smartphones last all week on a charge

Breathing batteries can make smartphones last all week on a charge

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Another day, another battery breakthrough. This time it's lithium-air batteries that have had an advancement which could mean cells that last five times longer than current ones. Dr Kyeongjae Cho and his team at Dallas University have discovered a new... >>

The best GoPro photos in the world, prepare to lose your breath

The best GoPro photos in the world, prepare to lose your breath

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Since GoPro launched its latest camera range in the GoPro Hero4 the photos being created are stunning. With it comes new 4K video speeds of 30 frames per second, a rear touchscreen display and two times faster image processing. The camera remains largely... >>