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Neptune has reimagined the smartphone-wearable future, and it looks awesome

Neptune has reimagined the smartphone-wearable future, and it looks awesome

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A startup called Neptune has introduced Neptune Duo, a new device that's actually two devices. If you look at the wearable landscape today, most smartwatches serve as an accessory to a smartphone. It's an add-on device. Neptune has imagined a new setup... >>

Best products of CES 2015 in pictures

Best products of CES 2015 in pictures

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The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year might have had little in the way of new product categories it hasn't disappointed in the amount of products available to ogle at. It's been a big year for automobiles, for example, and televisions... >>

The 4K smartphone screen is here, 736ppi LCD shown off by Sharp

The 4K smartphone screen is here, 736ppi LCD shown off by Sharp

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Just when you thought smartphone screens couldn't possibly become any more high resolution Sharp's 4K display get unveiled. The IGZO (Indium gallium zinc oxide) LCD panel offers a whopping 736ppi and should appear in smartphones, says Sharp. Sharp developed... >>

Sony QX1 smartphone mount leak hints at interchangeable lenses, and is that an Xperia Z3 in shot?

Sony QX1 smartphone mount leak hints at interchangeable lenses, and is that an Xperia Z3 in shot?

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Ahead of Sony's myriad expected announcements at IFA tomorrow a new QX1 E-mount lens system has leaked. And it looks like the Xperia Z3 is in the photos. The Sony ILCE-QX1 E-mount, unlike its QX10 and QX100 predecessors from last year, should be able... >>

Smartphone photography: Here's six tips for snapping great pics

Smartphone photography: Here's six tips for snapping great pics

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Thanks to the modern age, snapping a photograph has never been so easy or effortless. That's because everyone has a powerful camera in their pocket: a smartphone. But some say it is putting nails in the coffin for beautiful photography. It doesn't have... >>

Is the Sharp Aquos Crystal the first truly bezel-free smartphone? (Update)

Is the Sharp Aquos Crystal the first truly bezel-free smartphone? (Update)

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UPDATE: The Sharp Aquos Crystal is now available in the US only on the Sprint, Virgin and Boost networks. Sharp has already unveiled two new smartphones and now at least one of them could be heading to US stores from tomorrow, with a truly bezel-free... >>

Batteries are dead, smartphone charges itself using ambient sound

Batteries are dead, smartphone charges itself using ambient sound

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This could be the greatest power discovery for mobiles, ever. Researchers in the UK have built a phone that is able to charge using ambient sound in the atmosphere around it. The smartphone was built using a principle called the piezoelectric effect.... >>

Xiaomi Mi 4 announced with high-end spec, from the brain behind Google Nexus

Xiaomi Mi 4 announced with high-end spec, from the brain behind Google Nexus

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Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has announced its latest Mi 4 handset. This comes after the company hired Google's Hugo Bara who played a big role in Android and Nexus. The Mi 4, which has been unveiled on the Xiaomi Facebook page, is the... >>

Qualcomm's Vuforia AR gives 3D-life to Kazooloo games, Popar puzzles, and Colar books

Qualcomm's Vuforia AR gives 3D-life to Kazooloo games, Popar puzzles, and Colar books

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Qualcomm has shown off three stand-out apps to Pocket-lint. These apps are unique because they use a new augmented-reality technology called Vuforia. Vuforia has actually been around for a couple of years. In fact, there are more than 95,000 registered... >>

SanDisk delivers first 128GB microSD card, but no sign of super-fast UHS-II just yet

SanDisk delivers first 128GB microSD card, but no sign of super-fast UHS-II just yet

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It's been a long time coming, but SanDisk has now launched the world's first 128GB microSD card. We've seen counterfeits before, but this one is the real deal. Or, to be specific, it's a microSDXC card. Those all-important last two letters are of key... >>