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TomTom announces four new GO satnavs offering MyDrive support

TomTom announces four new GO satnavs offering MyDrive support

By 29 April 2015

TomTom has announced four new GO satnavs at its WhatNext event in Amsterdam, all of which will come with the new lifetime world maps and lifetime speed cameras services, as well as compatibility with the new TomTom MyDrive cloud service. Lifetime world... >>

Tesla 30 April event: New invite teases 'the missing piece'

Tesla 30 April event: New invite teases 'the missing piece'

By 27 April 2015

Tesla has been teasing its upcoming 30 April event for a few weeks now, but that isn't stopped the company from sending out new event invites to the media with a hint meant to whet our appetites. The mostly-white invite appears to show a silhouette of... >>

Is now the time to buy an electric or hybrid car? Best cars explored

Is now the time to buy an electric or hybrid car? Best cars explored

By 27 April 2015

The future of driving appears to be electric, with Formula E in full effect, supercars adopting hybrid drive systems and range getting further all the time. Fuel powered engines may have their days numbered. But is it time to make the change to electric?... >>

New Pocket-lint Deals Store, and 10% off Storewide Coupon

New Pocket-lint Deals Store, and 10% off Storewide Coupon

By 24 April 2015

Pocket-lint has teamed up with the guys and girls over at Stack Commerce a secure payment platform to bring you stacks of exclusive deals on tech, gear and gadgets, and e-learning every week. You can get to the store by clicking the Deals tab at the... >>

Ford Go!Drive car sharing: Super affordable motor equivalent of 'Boris bikes' (hands-on)

Ford Go!Drive car sharing: Super affordable motor equivalent of 'Boris bikes' (hands-on)

By 23 April 2015

Ford now lets Londoners use its cars on a casual basis. Anyone can walk up to a Go!Drive Ford car, use the registered app to unlock and drive away, leaving it at any other bay they want. Just like the "Boris bikes" work, but without the worry of rain.... >>

Volkswagen e-Up! review: Up against it
3.5 out of 5

Volkswagen e-Up! review: Up against it

By 23 April 2015

Say it quickly: "ee-up". That Volkswagen feels happy to call its smallest electric car after the Yorkshire phrase for "hello" shows that Germans do truly have a sense of humour. We jest, of course – Yorkshiremen and women don't say "ee up", they say... >>

Tesla to unveil new super batteries at 30 April event: Time to go off grid?

Tesla to unveil new super batteries at 30 April event: Time to go off grid?

By 22 April 2015

Tesla head honcho Elon Musk announced on twitter that he'd be unveiling new products at a 30 April event. It appears these will be next generation batteries. Jeff Evanson, Tesla investor relations, says we can expect to see a pair of new batteries unveiled... >>

New BMW 7 Series shown off: Remote park from outside car, gesture controls and more

New BMW 7 Series shown off: Remote park from outside car, gesture controls and more

By 20 April 2015

BMW has announced details for its new 7 Series car including remote parking from outside the car and gesture controls within. The BMW announcement makes the 7 Series the first luxury car in the world that can be parked from outside the vehicle, says BMW.... >>

F1 2015 preview: Speed meets sumptuous graphics in Formula One's first new-gen season

F1 2015 preview: Speed meets sumptuous graphics in Formula One's first new-gen season

By 16 April 2015

Reassuringly, the 2015 Formula One season has kicked off pretty much how we expected it to: engine-blows have been two-a-penny, Mercedes' dominance still looks more or less total, Hamilton and Rosberg are already engaging in mind-games and so on. But... >>

Fiat 500X first drive: 500 goes chunky

Fiat 500X first drive: 500 goes chunky

By 14 April 2015

There's something strange happening on our roads. Where we once had reasonably well defined types of car, we now have an assortment of the weird and wonderful. The crossover segment is popular and rightly so. Smaller and more affordable than a conventional... >>