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Amazon Dash available for AmazonFresh customers

Amazon Dash available for AmazonFresh customers

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AmazonFresh customers in and around London will be able to use the company's Amazon Dash device to now scan and dictate their shopping order around the house. Costing £34.99, the Dash device, which has been available in the US for a number of years already,... >>

House of Cards comes to Sky in the UK

House of Cards comes to Sky in the UK

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Netflix stalwart, House of Cards, starring Kevin Spacey will be available on Sky in the UK for the first time as part of a new move from the broadcaster to sell TV Box Sets in its Sky Store.  Fans of the political drama will now be able to watch the... >>

Nintendo NX: Completely portable, powered by Nvidia Tegra chip, and games that come on cartridges, claim sources

Nintendo NX: Completely portable, powered by Nvidia Tegra chip, and games that come on cartridges, claim sources

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Nintendo NX rumours continue to swirl ahead of any official details of the confirmed new console from Nintendo. The latest rumour plays on previous expectations that it would involve a portable controller allowing gamers to play on the go, and away from... >>

Jaguar demos new technology to assist future drivers

Jaguar demos new technology to assist future drivers

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Jaguar has demoed a number of new technologies at its HQ in Gaydon, UK, that will help assist your driving in the future. The new tech won't be available for a number of years, but will look to support the drivers of the future. Previewing the new tech... >>

Swiftmoji: The new predictive emoji keyboard from SwiftKey

Swiftmoji: The new predictive emoji keyboard from SwiftKey

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Keyboard app maker SwiftKey has released a new predictive keyboard for Android and iOS that will predict which emoji are best used to “pepper up” your emails or messages. Available from today, the new keyboard, called Swiftmoji, works in conjunction... >>

These are the best iPhone photos of 2016: Look what your phone is capable of

These are the best iPhone photos of 2016: Look what your phone is capable of

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The winners of the 2016 iPhone Photography Awards have been announced and here are the winners. They showcase incredible smartphone photography from around the world over the last year. Curated by IPPA founder Kenan Aktülün, there were 61 winning photos... >>

Hozelock Cloud Controller Kit review: Watering your garden via an app
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Hozelock Cloud Controller Kit review: Watering your garden via an app

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We can control our music, our heating, our lights, even the vacuum cleaner via our phone, so why not the outside tap? In steps the Hozelock Cloud Controller, a device that fits to your outside tap and then can be controlled either via an app on your phone... >>

Pokemon Go: 11 amazing, mind-boggling facts about the AR game

Pokemon Go: 11 amazing, mind-boggling facts about the AR game

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Pokemon has taken the US, New Zealand and Australia by storm since it launched on Wednesday 6 July. It is now also available in Germany and the UK on Google Play and iTunes. So, in a sort-of bluffer's guide, here are 11 cool facts for you to roll off... >>

Best Amazon Prime Day deals 2016 UK: Kindles, Xbox One, Chromebooks, Microsoft Surface, and more

Best Amazon Prime Day deals 2016 UK: Kindles, Xbox One, Chromebooks, Microsoft Surface, and more

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Amazon Prime Day is here with a number of deals including a Lenovo Chromebook for less than £100, a Sony PS4 console bundle for less than £250, Xbox One consoles for less than £230, and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS4) for less than £32. Then there... >>

Who needs roads? Land Rover creates autonomous all-terrain driving Range Rover Sport

Who needs roads? Land Rover creates autonomous all-terrain driving Range Rover Sport

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Jaguar Land Rover has announced that it is testing a new system that would allow future autonomous cars to drive themselves over any surface or terrain. Dubbed the Autonomous All-Terrain Driving Research project, the initiative aims to ensure that self-driving... >>

Apple iOS 10: Release date and everything you need to know

Apple iOS 10: Release date and everything you need to know

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Apple has released details of iOS 10 to developers at the company's yearly keynote address at WWDC. The new iOS will sport a number of new features designed to enhance your iPhone even more beyond what the company launched in iOS 9 last year. Claiming... >>

Dyson 360 Eye review: Finally, a robotic vacuum that really works
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Dyson 360 Eye review: Finally, a robotic vacuum that really works

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Let's be honest, none of us like cleaning. So when robot vacuum cleaners started appearing on the scene a number of years ago, the idea that we would never have to do any vacuuming again got a lot of people excited. The problem is most robo-vacs don't... >>

Announcing the 13th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards

Announcing the 13th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards

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The Pocket-lint Gadget Awards are now in their 13th year, coming together annually to celebrate everything great about gadgets and tech. We're kicking off things a little earlier this year with a bigger, bolder, and even better plans for the Pocket-lint... >>

MacBook Pro OLED concept photos will make you want the rumoured feature more than ever

MacBook Pro OLED concept photos will make you want the rumoured feature more than ever

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Apple's developer conference, WWDC, is predominantly known for updating developers on the latest progress in the company's range of operating systems from iOS to OS X. This year, rumours are flying around that the company will announce an update to its... >>

Sky Movies becomes Sky Cinema, kicks off with Spectre

Sky Movies becomes Sky Cinema, kicks off with Spectre

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Sky has rebranded its Sky Movies service to be called Sky Cinema.  The new name, which will come into effect on the 8 July, will kick off with the UK premiere of James Bond's latest outing: Spectre.  "We have a brand new name! Introducing Sky Cinema, bringing... >>

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, first E3 trailer shows beautiful interactive world

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, first E3 trailer shows beautiful interactive world

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Nintendo's new Zelda game is to be called: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the company confirmed using its presence at the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles this year to show off a three minute long trailer of some of the gaming action gamers... >>

When should I upgrade to iOS 10?

When should I upgrade to iOS 10?

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Apple has announced iOS 10 at WWDC bringing with it a multitude of new features ranging from an enhanced lock screen, to a new Home app to control your Homekit devices to even letting you delete the stock Apple apps like Stocks or Compass. READ: Apple... >>

EA trailers from E3 2016: Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Mass Effect: Andromeda, FIFA 17 and more

EA trailers from E3 2016: Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Mass Effect: Andromeda, FIFA 17 and more

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The EA press conference has kicked off the annual E3 gaming conference in LA, giving us a taste of a number of new games coming over the next year. The conference focused on a number of announcements, mainly sequels for Titanfall, Battlefield, Mass Effect,... >>

Apple iPhone 7 in pictures: Renders and leaked photos gallery

Apple iPhone 7 in pictures: Renders and leaked photos gallery

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Following the first reported drop in Apple revenues since 2003, this year, Apple is under pressure to perform. The iPhone 7 could finally see a drastic jump forward as the company tries to impress and pull back sales lost to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and... >>

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

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The Manfrotto Digital Director is an intelligent shell that fits around the iPad Air 2, connecting it to your separate camera so you can utilise the tablet's 9.7-inch screen to manage your workflow, plus manage your camera's settings. There's no camera-fiddling... >>

Life-drawing at the Royal Academy with an iPad Pro

Life-drawing at the Royal Academy with an iPad Pro

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As the model in front of us drops her dressing gown to reveal her naked body, we realise the enormity of what we are about to do. We've drawn before, the odd doodle here and there, but never at a life-drawing class, and certainly not in the famous Life... >>

Eight lighting tips for your home: An expert shares her design secrets

Eight lighting tips for your home: An expert shares her design secrets

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Walk into a room, flick a switch, and your room is normally filled with light. Is it the right light though? Could it be designed to help your health and well-being? Are there any rules or recommendations you should follow when installing new lights... >>

World's largest tech companies: 10 biggest earners

World's largest tech companies: 10 biggest earners

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In 2015, the world's largest technology companies reported revenues exceeding one trillion dollars when combined. That's a lot of money. In light of this, we've compiled a list of the top 10 largest technology companies in the world, based on their... >>

Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit sport new tech to deliver a more natural run

Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit sport new tech to deliver a more natural run

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Nike has announced its new Nike Free running shoe range for 2016, ditching the Free 3, 4 and 5 models for a more universal approach that should appeal to a wider audience of runners. While the range now looks to offer separate features for different... >>

Sky Q tips and tricks: Getting the most from Fluid Viewing and your Sky Q box

Sky Q tips and tricks: Getting the most from Fluid Viewing and your Sky Q box

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You've got the latest television system from Sky, Sky Q, but how the heck to you use it? And are there any secrets hidden in the settings that will make your TV viewing experiences better or easier? We've been using Sky Q for several days ourselves now... >>