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Bluesmart suitcase weighs your kit, locks digitally, charges your phone and can be tracked

Bluesmart suitcase weighs your kit, locks digitally, charges your phone and can be tracked

By 14 hours ago

Luggage is about to get a digital upgrade for the better. The Bluesmart case can be locked, and weighed from your phone, which it charges. Bluesmart, launched on Indiegogo today, is a travel suitcase with smart sensors. Load the bag up with your travel... >>

Microsoft Windows smartwatch coming before Christmas?

Microsoft Windows smartwatch coming before Christmas?

By 18 hours ago

It's been a while since we've heard anything about a potential Microsoft smartwatch here at Pocket-lint, with previous reports suggesting that it would launch one in the summer. That obviously didn't happen, but the latest is that the company could launch... >>

A week in reviews 13 - 17 October: Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Sony Xperia Z3 and loads more

A week in reviews 13 - 17 October: Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Sony Xperia Z3 and loads more

By 18 October 2014

October is a busy month in the world of tech and this week we've published no less than a 14 full reviews. That's two a day you lucky so and sos. And that's not even counting Apple's and Google's big news in the iPad Air 2 and Nexus 6 and 9 announcements.... >>

Zwipe and Mastercard combine to announce first contactless payment card with a fingerprint sensor

Zwipe and Mastercard combine to announce first contactless payment card with a fingerprint sensor

By 17 October 2014

Apple Pay might mean that UK iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners will soon be able to use their Touch ID fingerprint sensors to approve payments, while Samsung Galaxy S5 and owners of other biometric sensor-enhanced Android devices are already benefiting from... >>

Indie developers able to produce Apple Watch apps too, WatchKit SDK coming in November

Indie developers able to produce Apple Watch apps too, WatchKit SDK coming in November

By 16 October 2014

Apple has confirmed that it will allow all developers to develop apps for the Apple Watch from November rather than just a select few.  The SDK, called WatchKit, will be added to the developer preview programme next month and means that it isn’t just... >>

Archos jumps on board the VR bandwagon with a £25 headset of its own

Archos jumps on board the VR bandwagon with a £25 headset of its own

By 16 October 2014

Archos, the technology company that seems to diversify each time we hear from it has entered the virtual market with a devices a bit like Samsung's Gear VR. The Archos VR Glasses require a smartphone with a screen size of up to 6-inches to provide the... >>

Will.i.am's Puls is more a smartcuff than smartwatch, exclusive to O2 in UK, AT&T in US

Will.i.am's Puls is more a smartcuff than smartwatch, exclusive to O2 in UK, AT&T in US

By 16 October 2014

Will.i.am - the rapper, tech entrepreneur, and a founding shareholder of Apple-owned Beats - has launched his very own wearable. It's called i.amPuls if you want to use the cringe worthy full name, Puls for short. The international star has long teased... >>

Tzukuri smart sunglasses will alert your iPhone when they go missing

Tzukuri smart sunglasses will alert your iPhone when they go missing

By 16 October 2014

Wearables company Tzukuri has developed a new type of sunglasses that are described as unloseable, and they're now available for pre-order. Relying on tracking beacons embedded in the frame, Tzukuri's smart sunglasses make use of Apple's iBeacon technology... >>

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

By 14 October 2014

While smartphones, smarthomes and even smart wearables are growing ever more advanced, they're still limited by power. The battery hasn't advanced in decades. But we're on the verge of a power revolution. Big technology companies, and now car companies... >>

This Air Umbrella produces a force field to keep you dry

This Air Umbrella produces a force field to keep you dry

By 14 October 2014

While the rain is making an attack on the UK, Chinese designers are coming to the rescue with a force field umbrella. The Air Umbrella uses a force of air fired out from a central cylinder which creates a virtual layer that deflects rain. The advantage... >>