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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)

By 13 January 2015

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... >>

Future car tech: Sci-fi cars are closer than you think

Future car tech: Sci-fi cars are closer than you think

By 13 January 2015

Cars have been featured at consumer electronic shows with increasing frequency in recent years, causing some to comment that those shows are becoming car shows. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, it's the motor car that's becoming gadgetised.... >>

Casio G-Shock GBA-400 gives wrist control over music without going full smartwatch (hands-on)

Casio G-Shock GBA-400 gives wrist control over music without going full smartwatch (hands-on)

By 12 January 2015

As well as its GPS and radio wave connected G-Shock watch to keep accurate time around the world, Casio also displayed its GBA-400 Bluetooth Smart G-Shock at CES 2015. And while its available from certain retailers in the UK, generally imported from... >>

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

By 12 January 2015

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... >>

Driver-less car design: Are we sleep-walking into the future?

Driver-less car design: Are we sleep-walking into the future?

By 12 January 2015

It’s hard to criticise tech-led culture without appearing anti-progressive. But when it comes to autonomous car design, are we sleep-walking our way into the future? There is something hugely appealing about the driver-less car. Even the most gear-headed... >>

Casio Edifice EQB-500 proves that Bluetooth watches can look darn cool (hands-on)

Casio Edifice EQB-500 proves that Bluetooth watches can look darn cool (hands-on)

By 12 January 2015

Ever since its first Bluetooth-enabled G-Shock (GB-6900) appeared at the CES trade show in 2012, Casio has been adding connectivity and tech innovations in various examples of its wristwear. The Casio Edifice EQB-500 is slightly different however, its... >>

Casio G-Shock GPW1000 is world's first watch to receive radio and GPS signals, but is it worth £750?

Casio G-Shock GPW1000 is world's first watch to receive radio and GPS signals, but is it worth £750?

By 12 January 2015

The Casio G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW1000 is a beast of a watch, built with metal and resin and coming with high-brightness LED lighting and solar charging, but those are not its biggest features. Its highlight specifications include multi-band 6 atomic... >>

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket

By 12 January 2015

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... >>

LG G Flex 2 "first of many" to use flagship Snapdragon 810 processor

LG G Flex 2 "first of many" to use flagship Snapdragon 810 processor

By 9 January 2015

Qualcomm has confirmed to Pocket-lint that the LG G Flex 2 announced during CES is just the first of many new smartphones that will sport the company's new flagship Snapdragon 810 processor. "It [Snapdragon 810] has a lot of momentum behind it and... >>

BellaBeat Shell: Hear your unborn baby's heartbeat on your smartphone

BellaBeat Shell: Hear your unborn baby's heartbeat on your smartphone

By 9 January 2015

Would-be mums can now listen to their unborn baby's heartbeat using a new gadget connected to their iPhone or Android smartphone. Called the Bellabeat Shell, the tennis ball sized wooden device features a number of sensors that are able to amplify noises... >>


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