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Amazon Echo UK release date? Invite sets 14 September announcement

Amazon Echo UK release date? Invite sets 14 September announcement

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Amazon has sent out an invite in the UK for an unannounced device with no reference to what it could be or any tag line to suggest otherwise.  The event, which is to be held on the 14 September in London, forgets to say what it is for. Amazon is clearly... >>

Amazon Dash Buttons: 10 to get in the UK

Amazon Dash Buttons: 10 to get in the UK

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Amazon Dash Buttons have launched in the UK allowing you to access Amazon's one-click order service if you are a prime customer. Each Dash Button costs £4.99 and comes with £4.99 credit - so are effectively free of charge. Setup is via Wi-Fi through... >>

Amazon Dash Buttons available in the UK: One-touch order buttons for Prime users are here

Amazon Dash Buttons available in the UK: One-touch order buttons for Prime users are here

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In 2015 Amazon introduced its Dash Buttons in the States. The idea was simple: a physical touch button dedicated to ordering a specific item with just one press. And now Dash Buttons are available in the UK. Think of a Dash Button like extracting Amazon's... >>

Logi ZeroTouch will get your old banger connected, help you keep your eyes on the road

Logi ZeroTouch will get your old banger connected, help you keep your eyes on the road

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Smartphones are a problem for drivers. The temptation to dip in and check your messages or send replies to your friends can be too much to resist. Looking to save drivers from that temptation is Logitech's ZeroTouch. ZeroTouch is designed to transform... >>

PowerEgg is a £1290 drone offering gesture controls

PowerEgg is a £1290 drone offering gesture controls

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PowerVision has officially launched PowerEgg, a rethinking of consumer drones, offering a dramatically different design, along with some innovative features.  The PowerEgg itself has a design that explains the name, with the legs and arms folding to... >>

Google might launch its Daydream platform soon with new VR hardware

Google might launch its Daydream platform soon with new VR hardware

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A few months after introducing Daydream at its I/O conference, Google is reportedly now ready to launch the mobile virtual-reality platform. Bloomberg has claimed that Google is "investing hundreds of thousands of dollars apiece in virtual-reality films... >>

Boost your photo game with this flexible tripod, now under £12

Boost your photo game with this flexible tripod, now under £12

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While there’s much to say about our smartphones’ beefy cameras, all that power is useless if you can’t shoot from the right angle. The Flexible Tripod for Smartphones and Cameras opens up a whole new array of creative angles to shoot from, and it’s... >>

This smart stud finder works with your phone to do 3D-image sensing

This smart stud finder works with your phone to do 3D-image sensing

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There's a new stud finder available that's unlike any typical stud finder you can buy from a local hardware store. It uses Vayyar Imaging’s 3D-image sensor technology, but it's super easy to use. Simply get your hands on the Walabot DIY stud finder,... >>

Kobo Aura One has massive 7.8-inch screen, waterproofing and a sleep-friendly front-light

Kobo Aura One has massive 7.8-inch screen, waterproofing and a sleep-friendly front-light

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Those who thought tablets would kill the eBook reader market have had to eat their words over the last year or so. Not only are they still going strong, we are still treated to new innovations in the tech. The Amazon Kindle Oasis came out earlier this... >>

What is Intel Project Alloy? The wire-free VR headset explained

What is Intel Project Alloy? The wire-free VR headset explained

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Virtual reality is a big deal, but delving into the virtual world typically requires a tethered-to-PC solution. That's where Intel Project Alloy does things differently: this all-in-one VR headset is designed without wires, with all its computational... >>