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Titanium Strong Blackout challenge: Drivers behind the laser-laden driving promo video talk the future of racing

Titanium Strong Blackout challenge: Drivers behind the laser-laden driving promo video talk the future of racing

By 27 June 2014

One month ago to the day Castrol put out the latest promo for its latest motor oil. Oil, that's boring no? Not when there's budget and a bit of imagination. The proof is in viewership as the Castrol Edge Titanium Strong Blackout video has already racked... >>

When Pocket-lint met Dr Dre

When Pocket-lint met Dr Dre

By 28 May 2014

In 2010 Pocket-lint flew to New York to interview Dr Dre and Jimmy Lovine to talk about the Beats Audio headphones launch. Although promised a long interview slot with the two founders about gadgets, tech, and the new headphones, the 3-day trip ultimately... >>

Netflix UHD 4K interview: When, where and how to get 4K content

Netflix UHD 4K interview: When, where and how to get 4K content

By 14 January 2014

At this year's CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas we were treated to all kinds of televisual treats. And as much as we've been sucked in by the wonders of the latest 4K TVs from all the big manufacturers, it's the content that we're most... >>

Interview: Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside talks Moto X, tablets, wearables and what's next

Interview: Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside talks Moto X, tablets, wearables and what's next

By 14 January 2014

Motorola, bought by Google in 2012 for $12.5 billion, is on a bit of good run of fortune at the moment. After almost two years of doing virtually nothing, in the past six months the company has launched the Moto X and the Moto G handsets in both the UK... >>

Interview: Watch Dogs creative director talks next-gen, the future of gaming, apps and more

Interview: Watch Dogs creative director talks next-gen, the future of gaming, apps and more

By 2 October 2013

Watch Dogs is one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the year. It's a title that's not only caught the attention of gamers, but also captivated a wider audience with its content: hacking and conspiracy. It's a contemporary subject that's echoed... >>

Paper CEO talks iOS7, styluses and dedicated versions of the app

Paper CEO talks iOS7, styluses and dedicated versions of the app

By 15 July 2013

Paper, the popular iPad drawing app, is to stay an iPad exclusive for the foreseeable future according to Georg Petschnigg, CEO of the company behind the app.  Talking to Pocket-lint candidly at the preview of the Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington... >>

Interview: Sony talks PS4 price, games, and entertainment

Interview: Sony talks PS4 price, games, and entertainment

By 18 June 2013

According to many attending the annual games convention, E3, in Los Angeles, Sony had a good show. Its E3 press conference detailed much more on its next-generation console following the initial tease in February. It managed to undercut Microsoft's Xbox... >>

BlackBerry talks tablets, Q10, and steady plans for regaining the number one spot

BlackBerry talks tablets, Q10, and steady plans for regaining the number one spot

By 3 May 2013

Rick Costanzo, VP of global sales at BlackBerry sat down with Pocket-lint to talk the future of BlackBerry, how the Q10 launch in the UK went, why one customer bought 400 BlackBerry Q10 devices in one go from Selfridges, and what Thorsten Heins, the company's... >>

How tech helped Jez Bragg complete 53 day ultra-run across New Zealand

How tech helped Jez Bragg complete 53 day ultra-run across New Zealand

By 26 April 2013

For most people, a 10km run is an ample jaunt underfoot. Not so for Jez Bragg, the ultra-runner who this year completed the 3,054km Te Araroa trail from tip to toe of both New Zealand islands in a mere 53 days. We meet Bragg almost by chance at the back... >>

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny talk cycle tech, training, 'second skin' Adistar apparel and more

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny talk cycle tech, training, 'second skin' Adistar apparel and more

By 2 April 2013

The last time Pocket-lint saw Team GB's cycling team it was to talk about "hot pants" in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games. The leg-warming over-trousers - officially known as Adidas Adipower, to give them their full but ultimately less appealing... >>