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Watch out Hollywood, now people are making movies shot with an iPhone 6

Watch out Hollywood, now people are making movies shot with an iPhone 6

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A 15-minute movie shot entirely on an iPhone 6 has been successfully backed on Kickstarter, giving Hollywood a run for its money.  Romance in NYC was directed and produced by Tristan Pope, who was keen show people what's possible with phone camera... >>

Wear a Nike FuelBand? Nike says take it off

Wear a Nike FuelBand? Nike says take it off

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Nike has released an update to its Nike FuelBand app for the iPhone that means you can ditch your Nike FuelBand altogether. The latest update to the iPhone version of the FuelBand app shifts away from needing the band to collect data to using the iPhone's... >>

Asus Zenbook UX305 price and retailers revealed

Asus Zenbook UX305 price and retailers revealed

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Asus originally announced its superslim Zenbook UX305 during the IFA consumer trade show in Berlin last September, but although a Christmas release date was touted at the time, it failed to hit the streets in 2014. Instead, the world's slimmest 13.3-inch... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 MWC invite decoded

Samsung Galaxy S6 MWC invite decoded

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The invites for Samsung's Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona are out, and the conspiracy theories can start with earnest. Before you start twisting your head to see what that lines actually means or represents however, here at Pocket-lint,... >>

Snow photos: Five top tips for great shots in the snow

Snow photos: Five top tips for great shots in the snow

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The UK and parts of the US is covered in snow again which many might curse as they have to trudge to work, but it can also present some fun opportunities too. So before the sun rears its head you can grab your camera and get shooting. The snow makes... >>

Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold

Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold

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Paper by FiftyThree is a beautiful app that allows you to draw to your heart's content on the iPad with little interference. And recently, the developer announced a tie-in with Adobe to make Paper compatible with the Creative Cloud. However, that's not... >>

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

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What's going to be the next big thing after the Internet of Things? It might be a massive trend right now, but once the standards have been cracked and every device and appliance you own is connected to the cloud and each other, eyes will be looking... >>

Withings Activité Pop review: Forget Swiss Made, this budget option is brilliant
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Withings Activité Pop review: Forget Swiss Made, this budget option is brilliant

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First came the Swiss Made Activité smartwatch from Withings with its shiny metal exterior, curved circular glass, leather straps, and hefty £320 price tag. For those struggling to justify such expense for what is effectively a very nice watch meets... >>

Apple: Android users love the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Apple: Android users love the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

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Tim Cook has said that Android users just "love" the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, citing that the last quarter saw the highest number of Android switchers over the last three launches. The comments made during the Q&A session of the Apple Q1 '15 earnings... >>

Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review: Making your iPhone camera better

Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review: Making your iPhone camera better

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We all know the how good the iPhone cameras are, but Olloclip thinks it can make them even better. It has just launched the 4-in-1 lens for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (£69.99). The new lens set, a follow on from the previous iPhone 5 and iPhone... >>

12-inch MacBook Air parts spotted, is this Apple's next laptop?

12-inch MacBook Air parts spotted, is this Apple's next laptop?

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Leaked photos have given us more evidence that Apple could be building a 12-inch MacBook Air to be released later this year. Fresh "spy shots" of what is claimed to be the rear casing and new logo of the supposed new ultra-small, ultra-thin laptop have... >>

How to get the new Windows 10 on your PC, tablet, phone or Xbox One

How to get the new Windows 10 on your PC, tablet, phone or Xbox One

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Microsoft has pulled the covers back even more for Windows 10 detailing new features and tricks. It has also detailed, for the first time, that the operating system will be replacing Windows Phone 8, and coming to the Xbox to create a single OS for all... >>

Trick time: Tony Hawk motorised fingerboards coming to a skate park near you

Trick time: Tony Hawk motorised fingerboards coming to a skate park near you

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The maker of Hexbug miniature robots has teamed with skating legend Tony Hawk to create remote controlled finger skateboards and various skate park setups to trick out on. The sets, some of which are already available, are a collaboration between Hawk... >>

Nerf N-Strike Modulus is the Project Ara of blasters

Nerf N-Strike Modulus is the Project Ara of blasters

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Nerf fans, good news, Hasbro has created a modular Nerf blaster that you can add new sections and accessories too, a bit like Google's Project Ara smartphone concept. And with over 30 different variations for you to lust after, you and your friends can... >>

You can finally own a McLaren P1... a Lego one

You can finally own a McLaren P1... a Lego one

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Finally you can afford to own McLaren P1, well a Lego one, following a new partnership with the car maker with the toy manufacturer. The new Lego McLaren P1 will be one of four new cars in a new range Lego is calling The Lego Speed Champions sets. Other... >>

Ejector seats at the ready: Corgi 50th anniversary Aston Martin DB5 revealed

Ejector seats at the ready: Corgi 50th anniversary Aston Martin DB5 revealed

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Corgi has relaunched the Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5 50 years after it first went on sale in the UK. The new re-release will be an exact carbon copy of the original model and come with the same ejector seat, rear bullet shield and rotating license plate.... >>

Is this the world's smallest drone?

Is this the world's smallest drone?

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Drones come in all shapes and sizes these days, from large to medium to small to now really really tiny. The world's smallest drone, shown to Pocket-lint at the London Toy Fair by Revell, is to go on sale in June is so small that you can hide it in a... >>

James Bond Spectre Scalextric set confirmed: Aston Martin DB10 to be included

James Bond Spectre Scalextric set confirmed: Aston Martin DB10 to be included

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Scalextric has announced that it will be offering a Spectre set for James Bond fans later this year featuring the Aston Martin DB10 and what looks like the Jaguar CX-75. The track, which doesn't have a price tag at the moment but expected to cost around... >>

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens Lego sets confirmed

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens Lego sets confirmed

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Lego has confirmed to Pocket-lint that it will be releasing a number of sets to coincide with the launch of the new Star Wars movie releasing later this year. The seven sets will be launched in time for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens and feature... >>

First run: Hoka One One Huaka running shoes review: More cushioning than your sofa

First run: Hoka One One Huaka running shoes review: More cushioning than your sofa

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Hoka who? Yep, we know what you are thinking, you've never heard of Hoka One One, but the bonkers colour scheme and the huge cushioned heel of the Huaka running shoes has drawn you in. That's exactly why we said yes to going out running in them too. But... >>

This is the Project Ara phone (in pictures)

This is the Project Ara phone (in pictures)

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Google has revealed its latest efforts in creating a modular based mobile phone, dubbed Project Ara, answering plenty of questions and leaving us with many more. Aside from a bevy of new information, Google has released a host of new pictures that let... >>

Your next car won't have mirrors, as long as you buy a Maserati (hands-on)

Your next car won't have mirrors, as long as you buy a Maserati (hands-on)

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The company that is the underlying tech for most of the cars on the road, QNX, claims that we won't need the wing mirrors or even a rear view mirror in our cars in the future. Demoing a new concept car at CES in Las Vegas, based on a Maserati Quattroporte... >>

Hands-on: B&O BeoPlay H8 headphones review

Hands-on: B&O BeoPlay H8 headphones review

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B&O has released a new pair of active noise cancellation headphones: the B&O Play H8 at CES in Las Vegas, and we were at the launch of the headphones to have a quick play before they head to Europe at the end of January. The new on-ear headphones offer... >>

VW Golf R Touch hands-on: Forget knobs, VW sees gestures and touchscreen as the future

VW Golf R Touch hands-on: Forget knobs, VW sees gestures and touchscreen as the future

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There are no knobs or dials. Yes that's right, the latest Golf concept from Volkswagen has done away with physical things to touch and turn and instead replaced them with touchscreens and gesture controls. We caught up with the new car at CES in Las Vegas... >>

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket

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The Samsung A series, first announced late 2014, has made an appearance at CES in Las Vegas before its UK debut and we were on hand to have a play. Cased in metal, this is a new direction for Samsung and most likely the response to the negativity that... >>