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You can now use an Android Wear watch to remotely control your Hyundai car

You can now use an Android Wear watch to remotely control your Hyundai car

By 3 January 2015

If you own a Hyundai car as well as an Android Wear watch, you just got some cool and new integration between the two. First of all: you can now remotely control your car. A new Android Wear version of Hyundai's Blue Link app has just been announced,... >>

CES 2015: The best TVs, tablets, smartphones and tech to expect at the world’s largest trade show

CES 2015: The best TVs, tablets, smartphones and tech to expect at the world’s largest trade show

By 2 January 2015

The world's largest consumer electronics trade show opens its doors on 6 January, less than a month away, and although we don't expect any truly groundbreaking technology launches, there will be plenty of cool kit unveiled for the very first time. Pocket-lint... >>

Alcatel's smartwatch is called Watch like Apple Watch but looks like the Moto 360

Alcatel's smartwatch is called Watch like Apple Watch but looks like the Moto 360

By 2 January 2015

On top of a new smartphone, Alcatel has announced it made a smartwatch for the first time. It's being marketed as an affordable smartwatch. Alcatel has named the smartwatch "Watch" - just like Apple's Watch - and said it will be available at a "fraction... >>

Best smartwatches 2015: The best smart wristwear available to buy today

Best smartwatches 2015: The best smart wristwear available to buy today

By 2 January 2015

Smartwatches used to be gadgets only James Bond would have access to, but that's no longer the case. These wrist-worn phone companions that can receive calls, texts, emails and social network notifications have been whipping the wearables sector into... >>

Forget fish 'n' chips in newspaper, NFC chips in magazines are the next big thing

Forget fish 'n' chips in newspaper, NFC chips in magazines are the next big thing

By 2 January 2015

Print advertising is not dead, it just needs to adapt to survive, says BMW. The car manufacturer has teamed with London-based tech start-up Tamoco to add NFC chips to magazine ads in order for readers to interact with the printed page. Tamoco already... >>

Montblanc e-Strap lets you upgrade your current watch to make it smart

Montblanc e-Strap lets you upgrade your current watch to make it smart

By 2 January 2015

The smartwatch revolution is here and age-old watchmakers are fighting to keep up. One new option from Montblanc is its e-Strap that offers a smart screen to put notifications on your wrist while keeping a classic analogue watch. The Montblanc e-Strap... >>

How Back To The Future II predicted 2015: Did it get anything right?

How Back To The Future II predicted 2015: Did it get anything right?

By 2 January 2015

"Roads, where we're going we don't need roads." It might have been one of the opening quotes of Back to the Future Part II, leading into one of the best films of the 80s and a great, escapist slice of science fiction, but it was also a glimpse into what... >>

Sony SmartWatch 3 review: Brains over beauty
4 out of 5

Sony SmartWatch 3 review: Brains over beauty

By 2 January 2015

The latest Android Wear watch to enter the race for your wrist is the Sony SmartWatch 3. As a company in the wearables game since the outset, experience shows in this third generation device. But after previous so-so attempts is it finally a case of third... >>

Pocket-lint predicts: The top trends and products for 2015

Pocket-lint predicts: The top trends and products for 2015

By 1 January 2015

The year is at an end and while 2014 has been a great year for technology, especially in its integration with everyday life in all aspects, 2015 promises to be better still. Many products and trends we hoped to see in the last year are likely to arrive... >>

Top 7 Chinese tech firms that will take over the world in 2015

Top 7 Chinese tech firms that will take over the world in 2015

By 1 January 2015

The US authorities may have displayed a touch of paranoia over Chinese companies and their alleged allegiances with the country's government in the past, but there's no doubt that we have seen a rapid global rise in the popularity in tech products from... >>


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