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Lego Education WeDo 2.0 brings Lego robots to the classroom

Lego Education WeDo 2.0 brings Lego robots to the classroom

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Your kids could be about to start playing with Lego at school after the company has launched an educational toy box that encourages robotic code learning. Best seen as a more approachable version of Lego Mindstorms, Lego Education WeDo 2.0 is a hands-on,... >>

Pico Brew: A home brewing machine that makes beer making as easy as baking a loaf of bread

Pico Brew: A home brewing machine that makes beer making as easy as baking a loaf of bread

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You'll soon be able to brew beer from your favourite breweries from around the world at home thanks to a new invention called the Pico Brew. The counter top device is a fully automated brewing appliance that is able to brew batches of 5-litre kegs in... >>

Worried about the floods? Honeywell Lyric Wi-Fi Water Leak Detector hopes to save your stuff

Worried about the floods? Honeywell Lyric Wi-Fi Water Leak Detector hopes to save your stuff

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Honeywell has launched a Wi-Fi enabled leak and freeze detector that can notify you via your smartphone if it detects water in the room it is installed. The seemingly boring looking white box can work on its own without any bigger smarthome system (like... >>

Meccano Meccanoids multiply, now come in various shapes and sizes

Meccano Meccanoids multiply, now come in various shapes and sizes

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Meccano has expanded on its Meccano robot launched in 2015, with a range of Meccanoids for 2016. Revealed at CES in Las Vegas, the range will feature three pot sized robots, a giant T-Rex dinosaur and two child sized droids that you have to build yourself.... >>

Amazing Samsung Modular TV concept rips apart what you expect a television to look like

Amazing Samsung Modular TV concept rips apart what you expect a television to look like

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Samsung has demoed a modular TV concept at CES that could mean the end to those annoying black bars when you watch widescreen content.Rather than your standard television screen, the Samsung modular TV is made up of a number of screens that can be joined... >>

Qualcomm urges car makers to take modular approach

Qualcomm urges car makers to take modular approach

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Qualcomm, the company whose processors power many of the current flagship mobile phones today, has told Pocket-lint that it expects car makers to take a modular approach to bringing the latest tech to their cars in the future.Announcing a number of partnerships... >>

Code-A-Pillar: The pre-school coding caterpillar

Code-A-Pillar: The pre-school coding caterpillar

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When's it too early to learn to code? When you're three perhaps? Well according to Fisher Price, that's exactly the time you should be encouraging your children to start. The toy company has created a new coding toy aimed at the class of 2035 that starts... >>

Casio WSD-F10 Android Wear smartwatch: Google wearable goes rugged

Casio WSD-F10 Android Wear smartwatch: Google wearable goes rugged

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Casio has revealed an Android Wear powered smartwatch at CES in Las Vegas, but added its own design ethos on to the experience to help it stand out from the crowd.The new WSD-F10, which harks plenty of the G-Shock qualities from the company's rugged range... >>

UA HealthBox: The new wearable system from HTC and Under Armour

UA HealthBox: The new wearable system from HTC and Under Armour

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HTC has teamed up with Under Armour to launch UA HealthBox, a collection of three devices that it hopes will allow you to better monitor and track your activity, sleep, fitness and nutrition. The set, which will go on sale on the 22 January in the US,... >>

Pic: A bendy cute camera for kids

Pic: A bendy cute camera for kids

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A cute camera aimed at kids has been revealed at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week. Called Pic, the 8-megapixel camera comes on a long bendy rod that can be twisted around things like your arm or a bag.The concept is that your kids can snap away storing... >>

Music-based treadmill changes tune as you run

Music-based treadmill changes tune as you run

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It is January, which either means you're worrying about losing some of that "Christmas weight" or you're panicking that the London Marathon is now only a couple of months away and that means you've got to knuckle down and do some training. Gym equipment... >>

Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator comes with giant 21.5-inch screen and camera to spy on your food

Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator comes with giant 21.5-inch screen and camera to spy on your food

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Samsung has launched a connected "smart" fridge with a huge built-in display allowing you to surf the internet, check your email, or send a text while you search for that bag of frozen peas.Called the Family Hub Refrigerator and set to launch at CES... >>

Best Apple TV games: What to play first

Best Apple TV games: What to play first

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You've got a new Apple TV (2015) and now you are looking for some games to play on it. It might be able to stream Netflix at 1080p, but app support means it's a somewhat fully-fledged games console, albeit one that isn't as powerful as the Xbox One or... >>