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Pebble appstore launching Monday on iOS, coming to Android 'very soon' after

Pebble appstore launching Monday on iOS, coming to Android 'very soon' after

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Pebble has confirmed to Pocket-lint that its Pebble appstore will be launching to iOS users on Monday, 3 February at 10am PST.  The Pebble appstore was first announced in December 2013, and shown off in-depth at CES 2014 in January alongside the new... >>

Samsung's 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro hits the UK, now available to pre-order for £649

Samsung's 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro hits the UK, now available to pre-order for £649

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Samsung announced on Tuesday that its 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro is now available to pre-order in the UK, before it ships on 4 February. The oversized tablet is available to customers at £649 for the Wi-Fi model in black and white. Samsung is offering... >>

Olympus OM-D challenge part 3: Light like a pro

Olympus OM-D challenge part 3: Light like a pro

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If you've not been following our OM-D challenge photo story thus far, then a quick recap. At the beginning of January we were plucked from Las Vegas to observe a photographic adventure alongside pro photographer Damian McGillicuddy on a shoot in Death... >>

Olympus OM-D challenge part 2: Light, lenses, action

Olympus OM-D challenge part 2: Light, lenses, action

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Amid the madness of the Consumer Electronics Show at the beginning of January we managed to extract ourselves from the Las Vegas strip - not for a debauched Nic Cage style party, but instead for a photographic adventure. Olympus had invited us to follow... >>

Jigabot AIMe robot lets your camera auto follow you

Jigabot AIMe robot lets your camera auto follow you

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Robots come in all shapes and sizes, some try to resemble humans, others clean your grill. AIMe, from a company called Jigabot, lets you mount a camera on top of it and have it track your movement in the shot so you can be in the picture rather than behind... >>

Offline viewing for Netflix 'very unlikely' ever to happen

Offline viewing for Netflix 'very unlikely' ever to happen

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Netflix is unlikely to add offline viewing for subscribers any time soon, if ever. The company has confirmed to Pocket-lint that it isn't in its plans, and there are too many variables that complicate the implementation of the feature. The BBC iPlayer,... >>

Hands-on: LG Chromebase review

Hands-on: LG Chromebase review

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We've seen plenty of Chromebook laptops now from different manufacturers teaming up with Google, but LG has announced the first desktop PC powered by Chrome OS, and Pocket-lint paid a visit to the company's stand at CES to check it out. Called the LG... >>

Hands-on: LG Tab-Book 2 review

Hands-on: LG Tab-Book 2 review

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LG unveiled an updated Tab-Book, the Tab-Book 2 at CES, and we were on hand to have a lengthy play at the company's stand to see what all the fuss is about. First announced at CES 2013, this year's model is lighter and more powerful and comes with a new... >>

Netflix UHD 4K interview: When, where and how to get 4K content

Netflix UHD 4K interview: When, where and how to get 4K content

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At this year's CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas we were treated to all kinds of televisual treats. And as much as we've been sucked in by the wonders of the latest 4K TVs from all the big manufacturers, it's the content that we're most... >>

Interview: Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside talks Moto X, tablets, wearables and what's next

Interview: Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside talks Moto X, tablets, wearables and what's next

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Motorola, bought by Google in 2012 for $12.5 billion, is on a bit of good run of fortune at the moment. After almost two years of doing virtually nothing, in the past six months the company has launched the Moto X and the Moto G handsets in both the UK... >>