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kSafe is the smart connected safe that's going to get you fit and motivated

kSafe is the smart connected safe that's going to get you fit and motivated

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There's a reason dog handlers use treats to train hounds – they work. The same could be applied to people using the kSafe, which locks up what you want until you've reached your fitness goals. kSafe lets you place in lock-up something you want, like... >>

Ford Intelligent Speed Limiter will stop you getting a ticket ever again

Ford Intelligent Speed Limiter will stop you getting a ticket ever again

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Ford has announced that its new S-Max will come with its first Intelligent Speed Limiter system that aims to stop drivers being stung with ticket charges. This smart limiter is far cleverer than cruise control. The driver sets a limit and then as the... >>

Which is most expensive, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, HTC One M9 or iPhone 6 Plus?

Which is most expensive, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, HTC One M9 or iPhone 6 Plus?

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All the prices are now out there for the most sought after new smartphones on the market. Whether it's the Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge or HTC One M9 you're after it's going to be a wallet emptying investment. While there... >>

Cyclotte Tonino Lamborghini is the best looking exercise bike, ever

Cyclotte Tonino Lamborghini is the best looking exercise bike, ever

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If you thought owning an exercise bike meant making your house look messy the Cyclotte Tonio Lamborghini is here to prove you're wrong by actually enhancing your home. The Cyclotte Tonio was already available in black but this is the first time it's been... >>

Oppo has killed the bezel, prepare to drool

Oppo has killed the bezel, prepare to drool

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Oppo, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, looks set to release a handset with a display that will introduce many a jaw to the floor. It's almost bezel free. The new Oppo smartphone has been shown off online via anonymous sources sporting almost no bezel... >>

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

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Fitbit has announced an update for its Surge activity tracker that will allow it to track cycling data, making it a multi-sport device. The Fitbit Surge already has a built-in heart rate monitor as well as GPS for true sports tracking. Now, by adding... >>

Force fields are finally real and Boeing is working on them now

Force fields are finally real and Boeing is working on them now

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Force fields are no longer restricted to the worlds of Star Trek, Halo, Star Wars and the like - Boeing is working on its own version right now. Rather than deflecting lasers or even bullets this force field will protect against the shockwaves from explosions.... >>

Tissot unveils smartwatch that uses clock hands to point you to lost keys

Tissot unveils smartwatch that uses clock hands to point you to lost keys

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Tissot has shown off a working prototype of its smartwatch from Baselworld 2015. The Tissot smartwatch, currently housed inside the head of a T-Touch Solar Expert, features Bluetooth and NFC connectivity. The Bluetooth is used to connect the watch to... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge should let you delete unwanted bloatware

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge should let you delete unwanted bloatware

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The new Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, are reportedly able to let users delete unwanted bloatware apps. Previously certain apps, that come pre-installed, were forced on users without the option to delete them. Now, according... >>

Drone flies into UK prison with knife, drugs and phones

Drone flies into UK prison with knife, drugs and phones

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For the first time in the UK a drone has been used to attempt to smuggle drugs weapons and mobile phones into a prison. Rather than flying into the Bedford Prison the DJI Phantom 2 Vision actually crashed and got caught in the barbed wire of the prison... >>

BMW i3 may soon have an Apple operating system running the show

BMW i3 may soon have an Apple operating system running the show

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BMW could be working with Apple on its next in-car operating system for its i3. This follows numerous rumours that Apple is developing its own Apple car. An interview with BMW in German car magazine Auto Motor Sport suggested the car manufacturer was... >>

The Pop Stick: A selfie stick you can snap to your wrist (hands-on)

The Pop Stick: A selfie stick you can snap to your wrist (hands-on)

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If you're old enough to remember the release of wristbands you could snap to your wrist you're probably not young enough to be a selfie addict. Combining the two, by creating a selfie stick that can be worn on your wrist, may cross-generations in its... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge not good enough? How about 24k gold versions?

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge not good enough? How about 24k gold versions?

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge have been designed to set a new standard in quality for Samsung. But for some even that's not enough, so why not slap some gold over it? Goldgenie, a specialist in impersonating Goldfinger, will slather the Samsung... >>

Neptune Suite is an Android watch, phone, tablet, keyboard, wireless headphone and TV dongle set, all for £400

Neptune Suite is an Android watch, phone, tablet, keyboard, wireless headphone and TV dongle set, all for £400

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Neptune Suite might just be the one platform to unite them all. It uses a smartwatch as the brains then adds phone, tablet, keyboard, wireless headphones and TV dongle as accessories to make it work everywhere. The Neptune Suite, currently smashing its... >>

3D printing just got affordable, £299 XYZPrinting wants to help your home

3D printing just got affordable, £299 XYZPrinting wants to help your home

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Affordable 3D printers are starting to appear but most either require partial building or are still on a crowd-funding site. XYZPrinting has announced it will be selling its super affordable 3D printers for the home from 20 April. XYZPrinting is a Taiwanese... >>

Alpina Horological Smartwatch to take on Withings Activité at analogue activity tracking

Alpina Horological Smartwatch to take on Withings Activité at analogue activity tracking

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Alpina has unveiled its latest offering at Baselworld 2015 with its Horological Smartwatch that offers analogue readings for activity data. The Alpina Horological Smartwatch is aimed at women and joins the market of analogue data wearables. Withings already... >>

Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set: Boldly go where no fish has gone before

Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set: Boldly go where no fish has gone before

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Star Trek and sushi might not be something you'd immediately see going together but ThinkGeek did and now it's something you can own. The Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise Sushi Set has arrived to take the geek rating of sushi eating to the next frontier. The... >>

Gucci and will.i.am unveil fashionable smartband, look out Apple Watch

Gucci and will.i.am unveil fashionable smartband, look out Apple Watch

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Gucci and will.i.am have just announced a new fashion smartband that the two have created in collaboration. The device was announced as BaselWorld 2015 gets underway with luxury brands like Tag expected to unveil smartwatches. The Gucci smartband is a... >>

Deezer Elite now delivers FLAC audio streaming to Sonos users

Deezer Elite now delivers FLAC audio streaming to Sonos users

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Deezer has today released its Elite service of high quality music streaming for Sonos customers. The Deezer Elite service first launched in the US, before becoming available to Sonos owners in the UK last month has added a lossless FLAC music streaming... >>

Rugby fan? This phone is made of grass from the Twickenham Stadium

Rugby fan? This phone is made of grass from the Twickenham Stadium

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The Six Nations Rugby tournament is as good a time as any to unveil the world's first smartphone made from grass and recycled phone parts. The grass handset uses cuttings from England's rugby home ground, Twickenham Stadium. It was created by O2 Recycle... >>

Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual-SIM delivers Windows Phone OS for only £50

Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual-SIM delivers Windows Phone OS for only £50

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Microsoft hasn't been shy after making the Lumia brand its own, releasing smartphone after not so smartphone. The latest affordable handset comes in the form of the Lumia 430 Dual-SIM. The Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual-SIM aims to slip into your pocket without... >>

Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F900 is GPS synchronised and solar powered

Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F900 is GPS synchronised and solar powered

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Citizen Watches has announced a new analogue watch that still manages to fit into the smart tech category. The Limited Edition Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F900, Citizen claims, is the world's thinnest light-powered GPS satellite-synchronised watch. The world's... >>

Jeep Renegade 2015 first drive: Compact SUV with big potential

Jeep Renegade 2015 first drive: Compact SUV with big potential

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When you hear the name Jeep you probably imagine a beach buggy blasting through the Californian sea-kissed sands. That's what this company was built on. But after being bought by Fiat the likes of the 2015 Jeep Renegade are redefining how we see Jeep.... >>

Until now 3D printing was just layered 2D, Carbon3D changes everything

Until now 3D printing was just layered 2D, Carbon3D changes everything

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3D printing is being hailed as the future of manufacturing yet it's been around, technically, since 1981. Now Carbon3D is here to shake up the industry with its revolutionary new printer that's faster, more accurate and higher resolution. The Carbon3D... >>

Get the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge early by pre-ordering from 20 March

Get the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge early by pre-ordering from 20 March

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Samsung has revealed the date when its flagship Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones will be available to pre-order in the UK as 20 March. While the release date is 10 April those who have pre-ordered the handsets from the Samsung website or in a... >>