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Ambi Climate is an internet of things device that turns your old AC into smart AC

Ambi Climate is an internet of things device that turns your old AC into smart AC

By 7 October 2014

Your old air conditioner or central air system might still work as it always has, but it's probably far from being considered smart. A new project on Kickstarter however can give your aging technology a much-needed kick into the 21st century. Ambi Climate... >>

The Sub could be the ultimate home draught beer kit, from Apple designer Marc Newson

The Sub could be the ultimate home draught beer kit, from Apple designer Marc Newson

By 7 October 2014

Could this be the end of the pub? It's certainly a great alternative. The Sub was created by Heineken and Apple designer Marc Newson to offer home draught beer perfection. The Sub launched on 1 October in silver and is now going to be available in a black... >>

Turn this TinyScreen into anything you want: smartwatch, console, heads up display and more

Turn this TinyScreen into anything you want: smartwatch, console, heads up display and more

By 6 October 2014

For those that like to tinker, and those that haven't tried, TinyScreen is here. The project offers a small display which can be modified to do whatever you want. The project hit Kickstarter and has already smashed its goal. TinyScreen will let you create... >>

A week in reviews:  29 Sept - 3 Oct: GoPro Hero4's 4K powers, new BMW M3, and best Android Wear watch yet

A week in reviews: 29 Sept - 3 Oct: GoPro Hero4's 4K powers, new BMW M3, and best Android Wear watch yet

By 4 October 2014

Cars, wearables, gaming, phones, actions cams - we've got it all this week. Headed-up by GoPro's announcement of the Hero4, complete with 4K capture at a usable frame rate. We captured pro cyclist Danny MacAskill on the streets of London to give our first... >>

Google X is making a giant display of smaller screens that fit together like Lego

Google X is making a giant display of smaller screens that fit together like Lego

By 4 October 2014

Google has a new Google X project in the works. It's a giant display. But there's something very unique about it. According to The Wall Street Journal, Google X - the same secretive lab behind Google's self-driving cars and internet balloons - is developing... >>

15 incredible high-tech gadgets for your pets (and yourself)

15 incredible high-tech gadgets for your pets (and yourself)

By 2 October 2014

The modern age has given birth to a tonne of high-tech pet gadgets that make ole' stuffed animals or feather-on-a-string products look rather lame. If you're the type of pet lover who enjoys indulging a cat or dog, than you'll love what Pocket-lint has... >>

Classic London phone boxes are back and going green, to solar charge your phone

Classic London phone boxes are back and going green, to solar charge your phone

By 2 October 2014

The famous red phone boxes that are synonymous with England are left disuse all over London, or they were until now. The phone boxes have been given new life as solar powered charging stations, along with a new green paint job. The first of six Solarboxes... >>

Amazon Kindle Voyage redefines the premium eBook reader experience, we go hands-on

Amazon Kindle Voyage redefines the premium eBook reader experience, we go hands-on

By 2 October 2014

Amazon's refresh of its Kindle eBook readers this year seems like a massive leap forward for a technology that has surely been hit hard by the rise in tablets, not least the brand's own Fire devices. The Amazon Kindle Voyage is leading the way and if... >>

LG Smartwatch teased featuring webOS and Bean Bird himself

LG Smartwatch teased featuring webOS and Bean Bird himself

By 2 October 2014

LG looks set to unveil a new smartwatch running its quite recently acquired webOS operating system found in its TVs. The popular webOS, after being bought from HP, has made its way onto LG TVs to create one of the most fluid TV operating systems ever.... >>

Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

By 2 October 2014

Epson has announced a new range of EcoTank printers which it claims will go a full 2 years before the ink needs to be changed. Of course claiming 2 years is tough as it all depends on how much a person uses the printer. But it's a bold claim that certainly... >>