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Which mobile battery charger is best for you?

Which mobile battery charger is best for you?

By 2 July 2014

As smartphone screens grow ever larger and higher in resolution battery suffers. 4G is also an enemy of battery life and that's only getting faster. So without any battery breakthroughs coming anytime soon you're going to need a mobile charger to help... >>

Solar-powered robot farmers are almost ready to take over from puny humans

Solar-powered robot farmers are almost ready to take over from puny humans

By 2 July 2014

Human tilling of the land is a distant memory for most developed countries that now use machines to farm. Those man-operated machine could soon also be a thing of the past as a solar-powered farming machine called Ladybird aims to do a better job than... >>

Silent Power is the 'world's smallest high-end PC' and it's noiseless

Silent Power is the 'world's smallest high-end PC' and it's noiseless

By 2 July 2014

Soon the days of noise fan cooled PCs or liquid cooled machines will be gone thanks to Silent Power. The device is apparently able to keep a PC cool without making any noise at all. Being billed as the "smallest high-end PC in the world" Silent Power... >>

The all-electric Lamborghini that anyone can afford

The all-electric Lamborghini that anyone can afford

By 2 July 2014

Even second-hand a Lamborghini Murcielago will set you back considerably more than £100,000, but not at John Lewis as it expects to shift several of them in time for Christmas for considerably less. And its version is all-electric to boot. Okay, the... >>

This portable phone charger will also jump start your car

This portable phone charger will also jump start your car

By 2 July 2014

There are plenty of portable phone chargers out there with all manner of battery capacities. However, few of them double as something else entirely. And even fewer can help you out when your car battery is flat. The Cobra Electronics CPP 7500 JumPack... >>

3D printed human organs are finally possible after vascular printing breakthrough

3D printed human organs are finally possible after vascular printing breakthrough

By 1 July 2014

3D printing human organs has been done with a human liver that survived for 40 days. The problem was an inability to print veins and arteries that keep it alive. This has now been done making way for a future of 3D printed organs. Currently anyone who... >>

Top 10 toys for Christmas 2014: Hamleys' best tech toys tips

Top 10 toys for Christmas 2014: Hamleys' best tech toys tips

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Christmas comes around so fast, at least it does when you're Pocket-lint. Not only do we celebrate the holiday season like everybody else, but we get a Christmas in the summer too. That's because manufacturers and stores traditionally hold "Christmas... >>

UK cinemas ban Google Glass, six days after release

UK cinemas ban Google Glass, six days after release

By 30 June 2014

Google Glass has only be available to buy in the UK for six days, and already cinemas have banned the smartglasses. Why? Piracy. So far the largest cinema chain to ban Glass is Vue while the Cinema Exhibitor's Association trade group has also banned them.... >>

Solar-powered park benches that recharge phones? We've got them, says Boston

Solar-powered park benches that recharge phones? We've got them, says Boston

By 30 June 2014

Boston is introducing new park benches, called Soofas, which use solar panels to collect energy and allow anyone to charge their mobiles while they rest their feet. The benches are also able to transmit data so information on things like air quality and... >>

Want to fly first class but can't afford it? BAE Systems' IntelliCabin offers economy similar comforts to upper

Want to fly first class but can't afford it? BAE Systems' IntelliCabin offers economy similar comforts to upper

By 30 June 2014

BAE Systems has revealed its IntelliCabin aircraft cabin system that will allow airlines to offer economy customers similar creature comforts to those in business, first or upper classes. And it could be implemented as soon as next year. The system provides... >>