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How to see who’s tracking you online and stop them easily, why give away your data for free?

How to see who’s tracking you online and stop them easily, why give away your data for free?

By 9 July 2014

Data, it's fast becoming the most valuable commodity on the planet. Google and Facebook are no strangers to issues of privacy invasion as they track everything about anyone they can and sell that information to the highest bidder. Don't give yourself... >>

Here's a first look at Samsung Gear VR headset, and it works a lot like Cardboard

Here's a first look at Samsung Gear VR headset, and it works a lot like Cardboard

By 9 July 2014

Samsung's upcoming virtual reality headset is an Oculus Rift-looking device that functions sort of like Google Cardboard, according to a newly leaked image. Reports claimed in May that Samsung was working on a virtual reality headset, and now more details... >>

Hicon smart bangle keeps you tethered to social networks, with alerts shown on your wrist

Hicon smart bangle keeps you tethered to social networks, with alerts shown on your wrist

By 8 July 2014

There is a new device in the works that aims to keep eyes off smartphones but still caters to the social media addicts of the world. It's called Hicon. Described as a smart bangle/bracelet/wristband, Hicon is a wearable device that just launched on crowdfunding... >>

LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live teardowns reveal what makes Android Wear tick

LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live teardowns reveal what makes Android Wear tick

By 8 July 2014

The first Android Wear watches are beginning to ship, and that means people are now getting a good look at what these wrist-worn gadgets boast. As part of a twinned teardown of sorts, iFixit, which is known for regularly taking apart new tech devices,... >>

Ok Google, No Google, Help Google: The first few hours with Android Wear

Ok Google, No Google, Help Google: The first few hours with Android Wear

By 8 July 2014

Android Wear has landed in the UK, meaning you can get your hands on the latest gadgets from Google and friends. It's the newest thing in the Android world, pulling some of your phone onto your wrist, saving you from having to scrabble in your pocket... >>

Roadside laser could detect drivers’ alcohol levels as they pass

Roadside laser could detect drivers’ alcohol levels as they pass

By 8 July 2014

Soon drunk drivers may be caught before they even get home and before they even realise. A new roadside laser may be able to detect alcohol vapour in moving cars, working like an automated speed camera, but for boozers. While the study that uses this... >>

Looking for a Luis Suarez bite bottle opener? Then sink your teeth into this

Looking for a Luis Suarez bite bottle opener? Then sink your teeth into this

By 8 July 2014

The World Cup kicks off again this evening with the first semi-final of the 2014 tournament, featuring hosts Brazil and the ever dependable Germany. It's sure to be a great, tense match, but no matter the outcome the World Cup itself has perhaps been... >>

Android Wear launch eclipsed by bug that stops paid apps from installing

Android Wear launch eclipsed by bug that stops paid apps from installing

By 8 July 2014

You've just ordered your new Android Wear watch and probably feel very excited. And you should be. Except for thing: you can't install paid apps. According to Android Police, Google's App Encryption is causing a problem with paid apps for Android Wear.... >>

Hands-on: Lego Ultra Agents Mission HQ review

Hands-on: Lego Ultra Agents Mission HQ review

By 7 July 2014

Building Lego is fun in itself, but Lego being Lego it wants to offer even more bang for your buck. Its new Ultra Agents range is here - not only to be built but to be interacted with using its app. This free app adds an intense story to what you've built,... >>

bPay: Using Barclaycard's vision of a cashless future

bPay: Using Barclaycard's vision of a cashless future

By 7 July 2014

Barclaycard recently announced bPay, a wristband designed to give you quick and convenient contactless payments on the go. Making appearances at a couple of festivals prior to general launch, we went down to British Summer Time in Hyde Park to put bPay... >>