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Save on this ultra-durable, ultra-compact A8 Pro external battery

Save on this ultra-durable, ultra-compact A8 Pro external battery

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  When our smartphone is drained and we need a reliable, powerful battery pack on the go, the word "compromise" isn't in our vocabulary. We want a power bank that's fast, small, and can juice up more than one device at a time. The A8 Pro 25600mAh external... >>

No more ‘Use By’ dates: Smart Cap detects when food is on the turn

No more ‘Use By’ dates: Smart Cap detects when food is on the turn

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When you're shopping for milk in the future you won't be looking at "Use By" dates but rather checking actual quality using a smart lid. The Smart Cap was developed by engineers at the University of Berkeley. The 3D printed cap is able to detect when... >>

The EM Drive is here to get us to the Moon in 4 hours, without fuel

The EM Drive is here to get us to the Moon in 4 hours, without fuel

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The extremely exciting EM Drive, which could offer high-speed propulsion without fuel, has been confirmed as a working invention. The drive, which has been compared to Star Trek's impulse drive, was said to be impossible when British inventor Roger Shawyer... >>

Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash and could mean 8K gaming

Intel 3D XPoint memory 1,000 times faster than flash and could mean 8K gaming

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For the first time in 25 years a new memory category has been created by Intel, and it's 1,000 times faster than Nand. Intel says its new 3D XPoint memory has already started going into production. On top of being faster than current Nand flash memory... >>

Five gadgets you won’t want to go on holiday without

Five gadgets you won’t want to go on holiday without

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Holiday season is here. So what are the best gadgets to travel with? From action-capturing cameras, a satnav to navigate you through Europe and of course, a high quality camera to capture your trip, Pocket-lint are giving you the best recommendations... >>

This monitor will wirelessly charge your smartphone, say goodbye to wire clutter

This monitor will wirelessly charge your smartphone, say goodbye to wire clutter

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Samsung has unveiled what it says is the world's first monitor that can wirelessly charge a smartphone. The SE370 looks like a normal, but very futuristic, monitor and comes in 23.6-inch or 27-inch variants. But what makes this special is the stand which... >>

This is how Nintendo’s sleep monitor might look and work

This is how Nintendo’s sleep monitor might look and work

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Nintendo is making a dock of some sort that can monitor how well you're sleeping and then project that information onto your ceiling. Last autumn, Nintendo revealed it was side-stepping into the life tracking business. Rather than moving into the competitive... >>

Garmin made two heart-rate monitors just for underwater use, called HRM-Swim and HRM-Tri

Garmin made two heart-rate monitors just for underwater use, called HRM-Swim and HRM-Tri

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Swimmers need heart-rate monitors too. That's what the engineers at Garmin must've been saying to themselves months ago, because the company decided to come up with underwater heart-rate monitors. Announced today, the new monitors are called HRM-Tri and... >>

53 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

53 of the worst Photoshop errors ever, you won’t believe your eyes

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Adobe's Photoshop reached the ripe old age of 25 on 19 February. What better way to commemorate the age of the photo editing master than a collection of photos where the people at the helm of the edit suite didn't know what they were doing? We've compiled... >>

The Nokia biz that Microsoft didn't buy might debut a VR product next week

The Nokia biz that Microsoft didn't buy might debut a VR product next week

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Nokia is up to something new... and immersive. Although Nokia is mostly about networking equipment and other boring things like that nowadays, the Finnish company is reportedly planning to take a bold jump into the virtual reality market. According to... >>