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Openmix audio mixer offers a portable DJ experience but without the cost

Openmix audio mixer offers a portable DJ experience but without the cost

By 4 hours ago

There is a new gadget seeking crowd-funded backing that's small, affordable, and enables anyone to easily mix tunes on the fly - just like a DJ. It's called Openmix. Openmix is an audio mixer that allows you to switch between two audio sources, such as... >>

IFA 2014: We're here at the biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe

IFA 2014: We're here at the biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe

By 6 hours ago

Pocket-lint has touched down in Berlin ready for IFA, the biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe to start and we're expecting a mighty swathe of new gadgets, televisions, mobile devices and more to be launched. Samsung will host its second... >>

Digitsole heats your feet, tracks steps and connects to your mobile, make your shoes smart

Digitsole heats your feet, tracks steps and connects to your mobile, make your shoes smart

By 9 hours ago

Smart wearables are all the rage but forking out for a new pair of trainers or shoes to track your steps is a bit much. Digitsole aims make any footwear smart and will even heat your toes. Digitsole is now on Kickstarter where early birds can pick up... >>

Cogito Pop smartwatch review
3.5 out of 5

Cogito Pop smartwatch review

By 10 hours ago

Cogito is looking to shake-up the smartwatch market with its newly announced Cogito Pop - an affordable, fun and fashionable watch that also offers basic notification from your top apps via four icons on the watch face. Smartwatches are all the rage at... >>

Epson gets tracking with Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense HR and activity trackers

Epson gets tracking with Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense HR and activity trackers

By 10 hours ago

Epson has madeĀ a change of direction from printing to making moves into sports and health tracking. Today it has announced its Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense heart rate and activity monitors. Epson Runsene The Runsense range of watches come with built-in... >>

QDOS Q-Pic helps you capture perfect selfies time after time

QDOS Q-Pic helps you capture perfect selfies time after time

By 11 hours ago

Smartphone and tablet accessory manufacturer QDOS has announced a tiny gadget that will help those who love taking selfies with their devices. The QDOS Q-Pic is a small Bluetooth button, essentially, that can be worn around the neck and used to remotely... >>

It's all about the bling say Samsung and LG as they adorn Gear S, Note 4 and OLED TV in Swarovski crystals

It's all about the bling say Samsung and LG as they adorn Gear S, Note 4 and OLED TV in Swarovski crystals

By 14 hours ago

Both Samsung and LG have announced extended partnerships with jewellery specialist Swarovski, which results in crystal adorned special editions of each company's latest kit. In Samsung's case, it has unveiled a new version of the Samsung Gear S smartwatch,... >>

Don't expect to get an Apple iWatch in your Christmas stocking this year

Don't expect to get an Apple iWatch in your Christmas stocking this year

By 29 August 2014

Apple will supposedly unveil the iWatch on 9 September. But the most recent report has claimed it won't ship until 2015. According to tech website Recode, which cited unnamed sources in the position to know, Apple's upcoming "wearable device" (note that... >>

K'Nex Bloodhound claims Guinness World Record; real Bloodhound SSC eyes 1000mph target for 2016

K'Nex Bloodhound claims Guinness World Record; real Bloodhound SSC eyes 1000mph target for 2016

By 29 August 2014

This life-sized K'Nex replica of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car was today unveiled by Richard Noble, OBE and former world land speed record holder, at Brooklands Museum in Surrey. The model, measured by the National Physical Laboratory and confirmed by... >>

After vacuum cleaner ban, the EU targets hairdryers, kettles and even smartphones

After vacuum cleaner ban, the EU targets hairdryers, kettles and even smartphones

By 29 August 2014

The European Union has already clamped down on powerful vacuum cleaners and now it is turning its attention to smaller appliances and gadgets, such as hairdryers, kettles and even high-powered smartphones. It is looking to introduce new legislation early... >>