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Nike Air Mag Back To The Future Limited Edition shoes officially released, available on eBay

Nike Air Mag Back To The Future Limited Edition shoes officially released, available on eBay

By 8 September 2011

According to the movie, four years from now they will be the norm, but 1,500 lucky people, here and now in 2011, will actually be able to own a pair of the Nike Air Mag shoes from Back To The Future II.  Nike, teaming up with Parkinson's sufferer and... >>

HP's CTO Phil McKinney teases with gadgets of tomorrow...

HP's CTO Phil McKinney teases with gadgets of tomorrow...

By 30 August 2010

HP CTO's Phil McKinney has been teasing his twitter followers with two images that show him supposedly playing with a couple of new gadgets from HP's research lab. We say supposedly, because as the pictures show, all we are getting to see right now... >>

Back to the Future trilogy heading to Blu-ray for 25th Anniversary at 88mph

Back to the Future trilogy heading to Blu-ray for 25th Anniversary at 88mph

By 29 June 2010

You might have guessed by looking at our Future Week, which focused on what the tech world would be like in 2015, that here at Pocket-lint we are big fans of Back to the Future. The good news? It's coming to Blu-ray on 25 October (when else) later this... >>

Augmented Reality check - does AR stand a chance?

Augmented Reality check - does AR stand a chance?

By 11 April 2010

Sometimes we have to project out and then come back to the present to validate our assumptions. You have to make a forecast not just in terms of technology, but also consumer behaviour, commercial ecosystem, and other factors and then evaluate what the... >>

Back To The Future II concept drawings

Back To The Future II concept drawings

By 2 April 2010

Today is the last day of Future Week on Pocket-lint and this is our very last article of the series. We've spent Monday to Friday looking ahead to the year 2015. We've uncovered the future of TVs, internet speeds, Augmented Reality, robots, cars, user-interfaces,... >>

The week that was in 2005

The week that was in 2005

By 2 April 2010

People say that five years is a long time in technology, but just how long is it? If we're looking to the future and trying to work out how gadgets, software and services might have changed by 2015, then one way we might be able to get a measure of that... >>

Is this how we will type in the future?

Is this how we will type in the future?

By 2 April 2010

The keyboard is a funny thing, designed to slow typists down so the arms of a typewriter didn't get stuck, it's left us having to learn where a stack of keys have been placed randomly on a keyboard. Yep, we are talking about you Mr QWERTY. But how will... >>

5 technologies that will no longer exist in 2015

5 technologies that will no longer exist in 2015

By 2 April 2010

Welcome again to Future Week on Pocket-lint. As much fun as it is looking at all sorts of interesting gadgets and services that could be ready in 5 years' time, now is the moment to spare a few thoughts for those that will have dropped off the map. Future... >>

How will we watch TV in 2015?

How will we watch TV in 2015?

By 2 April 2010

Is the TV, as we know it, dead? The last few years has seen more people ditching their televisions in favour of a bigger monitor than ever before. With movie and TV downloads (legal or otherwise), streamed video content from a host of online players and... >>

Visions of personal mobility: 2015

Visions of personal mobility: 2015

By 2 April 2010

The changes in the ways we manage and enjoy our lifestyle will be many and seem somewhat rapid to casual bystanders over the next 5 years. But to the digital residents and immigrants of today it will all seem very natural and logical, thanks to many factors.... >>