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Range Rover Evoque Convertible pictures: Packed with tech you didn't know about

Range Rover Evoque Convertible pictures: Packed with tech you didn't know about

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Land Rover already rocked the SUV world when it unleashed the first compact Range Rover in its Evoque. Now it's doing it again with a Range Rover Evoque Convertible. While the original Evoque was a design innovation that turned heads, the challenge of... >>

New thinner Apple MacBook Air 13 and 15-inch should appear at WWDC 2016

New thinner Apple MacBook Air 13 and 15-inch should appear at WWDC 2016

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Apple will inevitably be refreshing its MacBook Air laptops for 2016 but it looks like this next model could be a total overhaul. The Apple MacBook Air for 2016 should be thinner than ever, come in both 13 and 15-inch sizes and have totally redesigned... >>

Amazon Prime Air drone delivery is ready to go, shown off by Jeremy Clarkson

Amazon Prime Air drone delivery is ready to go, shown off by Jeremy Clarkson

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Amazon Prime Air, the drone delivery service, has finally become a reality. The finished drone has been shown off by Jeremy Clarkson who is fast becoming the new face of Amazon. The drone delivery service has been in the making for some time and is finally... >>

Now you can buy a computer for £4: Raspberry Pi Zero

Now you can buy a computer for £4: Raspberry Pi Zero

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The geniuses behind the Raspberry Pi have decided Model B, at £30, was too expensive. They've just released the new Raspberry Pi Zero, priced at £4. The idea behind Raspberry Pi is to offer the power of computing to everyone, by selling for cheap. This... >>

Play your PS4 games on PC or Mac soon thanks to official Remote Play app

Play your PS4 games on PC or Mac soon thanks to official Remote Play app

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Would you like to play your PS4 games on PC or Mac? Sony thinks you would, so it's going to make it possible with a Remote Play app. Following up from an unofficial app that allows gamers to stream PlayStation 4 titles to a PC, Sony has announced it official... >>

How to 3D print an award trophy, Pocket-lint style

How to 3D print an award trophy, Pocket-lint style

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Pocket-lint is leading the way once again with 3D printed awards for the second year running. And this time they're better than ever thanks to advanced 3D printing techniques and kit. We've teamed up with the brains over at MakerBot to come up with new,... >>

Noke Bluetooth smartlock makes access awesome

Noke Bluetooth smartlock makes access awesome

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Noke has gone all the way from Kickstarter project to fully fledged product that anyone can buy. It brings the lock from the time of keys into the future of lights and Bluetooth. The Noke smartlock aims to make keys obsolete sending away with them the... >>

Fossil Q Founder adds Android Wear to classic looks, out today

Fossil Q Founder adds Android Wear to classic looks, out today

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Fossil has released its first full touchscreen Android Wear smartwatch called Q Founder. The Fossil Q Founder acts as a normal watch while also tracking activity and offering alerts for incoming calls, messages and calendar appointments. This joins the... >>

What is Li-Fi and how is it 100 times faster than Wi-Fi?

What is Li-Fi and how is it 100 times faster than Wi-Fi?

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Just as you thought 4G or 5G LTE would finish off Wi-Fi once and for all, Li-Fi appears on the scene to rock its status. Wi-Fi has been great but it's already being outdone in 5G tests and now on a more local scale Li-Fi is 100 times faster, and more... >>

EE launches 4GEE Capture Cam for affordable live HD video, streamed anywhere

EE launches 4GEE Capture Cam for affordable live HD video, streamed anywhere

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EE already has a camera launched in its 4GEE Action Cam, but now it wants to take that further. The 4GEE Capture Cam is the new device that's aiming to help people and businesses keep an eye on what they need, live, from anywhere and for less.The 4GEE... >>

Volvo gets Christmas shopping delivered to your car

Volvo gets Christmas shopping delivered to your car

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Christmas is coming and with it the inevitable battles at the shops to get presents. Volvo is trying something new to help out. Thanks to Volvo cars being accessible via digital locks, it's going to be possible for owners to leave their cars and have... >>

Google goes Star Wars mad: Pick a dark or light side of the force to try

Google goes Star Wars mad: Pick a dark or light side of the force to try

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Waiting for the new Star Wars film might be a mild form of torture for some mega fans. So to keep them entertained between trailers Google has created its own Star Wars theme. By heading over to the Google Star Wars page you can sign in using your account... >>

What is Bitwalking and how will steps earn me money?

What is Bitwalking and how will steps earn me money?

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Bitwalking might be the ultimate healthy lifestyle assistant. The new platform awards users a new currency of money simply for walking. Bitwalking dollars (BW$) are similar to current Bitcoins in that they're starting out as a digital currency. But unlike... >>

BMW 7 Series review: A Tardis of technology
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BMW 7 Series review: A Tardis of technology

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The 2015 BMW 7 Series is one of the most tech-crammed cars on the road right now. If you drove this back in time, even by 10 years, the people lucky enough to get a ride in it would have expected it to fly. While the BMW 730Ld M Sport, as reviewed here,... >>

Google Chromecast to add All 4 catch-up at last

Google Chromecast to add All 4 catch-up at last

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The Channel 4 catch-up service All 4 is finally coming to Chromecast, just in time for Christmas. From Tuesday 24 November the Google Chromecast dongle will be able to offer All 4 content on connected televisions. Initially the All 4 Chromecast service... >>

Apple Store Pickup launches in UK just in time for Christmas

Apple Store Pickup launches in UK just in time for Christmas

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Christmas is coming, geese are becoming rotund and our wallets are about to become thin. But the usual madness of the Christmas shopping frenzy may not arrive, thanks to Apple Store Pickup. The UK, from today, will be able to use the Apple Store Pickup... >>

London's Crossrail trains will have Wi-Fi and 4G for internet connection for all

London's Crossrail trains will have Wi-Fi and 4G for internet connection for all

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Transport for London and the London Mayor have announced details on the new Crossrail trains due to go into service in 2017. The trains should be the most advanced on the London rail network so far. They will feature free Wi-Fi for all passengers and... >>

What is Google Project Aura? Everything you need to know

What is Google Project Aura? Everything you need to know

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Google Project Aura, not to be mistaken for modular phone Project Ara, has been revealed. The project follows up from Google Glass and continues to focus on the wearable world. But it's not just working on screen-based wearables that communicate with... >>

Your next heart rate monitor may not be worn, but swallowed

Your next heart rate monitor may not be worn, but swallowed

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Health sensors are a fast growing technology right now and inevitably they're beginning to make their way inside our bodies. While internal health sensors and gadgets have been around for years, like pacemakers for the heart, this heart rate sensor is... >>

Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock lets you recharge side on simply

Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock lets you recharge side on simply

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Apple has announced a new official accessory for its Watch that allows for wireless charging in a new style. The Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock is a circular platform that the Watch can be placed on to wirelessly charge, as the name suggests, magnetically.... >>

Nanosubs developed to swim in your bloodstream

Nanosubs developed to swim in your bloodstream

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The age of fusing man and machine could be closer than we thought as nanosubs are developed capable of swimming in the human body. Scientists at Rice University have developed the nano "submarines". These are 244 atoms in size and have motors that are... >>

Is Samsung flipping mad? New Android clamshell phone leaks

Is Samsung flipping mad? New Android clamshell phone leaks

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If you thought the days of flip phones were gone you may be wrong as Samsung apparently gears up to release a new Android clamshell style handset. This follows LG's Wine Smart Android clamshell handset last year. The Samsung SM-W2016 has appeared on the... >>

Sky Q is more than a new 4K box, it's the connected future of Sky TV

Sky Q is more than a new 4K box, it's the connected future of Sky TV

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Sky has announced one of its most major advancements in the history of the company, Sky Q.Sky Q is not only a new set-top box but also touted as a new way of watching television. Indeed, it covers a whole family of products.A Sky Q Silver box is the main... >>

BBC red button may be killed by iPlayer, but not for the reason you think

BBC red button may be killed by iPlayer, but not for the reason you think

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UPDATE: The BBC has been in contact to clarify saying it is "exploring a phased exit from the broadcast Red Button service and focusing our interactive TV offer on connected televisions and iPlayer". The BBC may be about to announce the imminent end to... >>

Blocks reveals updated design and glimpse at bespoke OS

Blocks reveals updated design and glimpse at bespoke OS

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Blocks, the modular smartwatch, is nearing the final stages of its Kickstarter run and getting ready to start making deliveries in May. This should be the beginning of a new platform that does to hardware development what apps did to software. We caught... >>