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We've tried the Oculus Rift Interstellar IMAX experience, you can too

We've tried the Oculus Rift Interstellar IMAX experience, you can too

By 74 minutes ago

We popped along to the BFI IMAX in London's Waterloo today to try an Oculus Rift experience of the film Interstellar. You can do the same. For one day only the IMAX has an Oculus Rift virtual reality experience set up for anyone to try. The VR trip takes... >>

Goodwell toothbrush is an open source 'oral toolkit' with a subscription plan

Goodwell toothbrush is an open source 'oral toolkit' with a subscription plan

By 16 hours ago

A smart toothbrush isn't exactly a novel idea but an open-source one could be, especially if it's also eco-friendly. A new crowd-funding campaign on CrowdSupply is attempting to raise enough money to put the Goodwell toothbrush into production. Goodwell... >>

The Cicret Smart Bracelet puts a touch-controlled projector on your arm. Move over Google Glass

The Cicret Smart Bracelet puts a touch-controlled projector on your arm. Move over Google Glass

By 23 hours ago

The Circret Smart Bracelet, which appeared on Indiegogo not long ago, has now finished its campaign for funding. The result should be a bracelet wearable that can project a touch-controlled screen onto your arm. The Circet uses a Pico projector to throw... >>

The best real hoverboards, we're back to the future at last

The best real hoverboards, we're back to the future at last

By 22 October 2014

Since Marty McFly took to his pink hoverboard in Back To The Future Part II the world has longed for a real version. The race to create a working hoverboard is on and already examples have appeared. From jet-powered water-based boards to electromagnetic... >>

Heisenberg 'mad' as Breaking Bad action figures pulled from Toys R Us after online petition

Heisenberg 'mad' as Breaking Bad action figures pulled from Toys R Us after online petition

By 22 October 2014

A line of Breaking Bad action figures from Mezco were pulled from Toys R Us in the States after Susan Myers received 9.000 signatures for an online petition banning their sale in the store. Previously, the toy store chain had defended the line, which... >>

Now you can go Back to the Future with a Zboard Hoverboard and high top combo for $700

Now you can go Back to the Future with a Zboard Hoverboard and high top combo for $700

By 21 October 2014

Zboard, manufacturer of electric skateboards, has reissued its Back to the Future II-styled Classic Hoverboard Edition and is bundling it with licensed replica high tops so you can feel like Marty as you McFly around town. Priced at $700 (£433) the bundle... >>

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 20 October 2014

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 20 October 2014

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... >>