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New Apple iPad Pro will be most expensive 9.7-inch iPad yet at $599

New Apple iPad Pro will be most expensive 9.7-inch iPad yet at $599

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Apple is due to host an event on Monday 21 March where it's expected to take the wraps off a new iPad. It now looks like we'll see a smaller iPad Pro that's priced at $100 more than the iPad Air 2, placing it at $599. That will make it the priciest iPad... >>

Shark Proof liquid screen protector works for any screen, even curved phones

Shark Proof liquid screen protector works for any screen, even curved phones

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Screen protectors can be priceless to help keep your beloved (and probably expensive) phone or smart device free from scratches. But they can also look unsightly. Now there's a quirky solution that doesn't depend on a stick-on layer at all. Shark Proof,... >>

Official: Apple iPhone SE and iPad 3 event date confirmed for 21 March

Official: Apple iPhone SE and iPad 3 event date confirmed for 21 March

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Apple has begun sending out invites for an event it will hold on 21 March 2016. The iPhone SE and iPad Air 3 are expected to be unveiled. Apple is expected to reveal a new iPhone with the same sized screen as the iPhone 5, at 4-inches, but in a more... >>

Amazon Fire Kids Edition and Fire 7-inch chargers deemed dangerous in UK recall

Amazon Fire Kids Edition and Fire 7-inch chargers deemed dangerous in UK recall

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Amazon Fire Kids Edition and Fire 7-inch owners beware, your power adapters may be dangerous. Amazon has just issued a UK and Ireland wide recall. The problem applies to power adapters sold in the UK and Ireland since September 2015. Amazon has contacted... >>

Enter to win the future of tablets: A Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7-inch

Enter to win the future of tablets: A Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7-inch

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A modern-tech marvel, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 is among best tablets on the market. The second generation of the wildly popular Galaxy Tab S lineup has received rave reviews, and this week we’re taking excitement to the next level by giving one... >>

This magical cable charges both iPhone and Android with the same connector

This magical cable charges both iPhone and Android with the same connector

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Getting rid of cables completely is the dream. But until that day comes cutting down their number will have to do. That's what one Kickstarter project is doing by combining iPhone and Android chargers into one cable. LMcable claims to be the world's first... >>

Mobile World Congress 2016: All the announcements that matter

Mobile World Congress 2016: All the announcements that matter

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Mobile World Congress, or MWC to its friends, is the largest mobile trade show of the year. It's where we've seen some of the biggest handset launches over the past few years and 2016 has been no different. The show started with a bang, with a big Sunday... >>

Apple likely won't launch iPad Air 3 but rather smaller iPad Pro in March

Apple likely won't launch iPad Air 3 but rather smaller iPad Pro in March

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Apple isn't introducing an iPad Air 3 at it's yet-to-be-confirmed March event. According to 9to5Mac, Apple will unveil a 9.7-inch iPad, but it'll be branded as iPad Pro rather than iPad Air 3. Sort of how the MacBook Pro line comes in 13-inch and 15-inch... >>

Control your phone and home from anywhere using ultrasonic hand-gestures, meet Elliptic

Control your phone and home from anywhere using ultrasonic hand-gestures, meet Elliptic

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The future of smart gadget controls is in ultrasound and Elliptic is bringing it to your gadgets in the next few months. Using ultrasonic audio a new control interface has been created that allows gadgets to pick up on gestures from across a room. This... >>

Microsoft Surface Book review: One for the books
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Microsoft Surface Book review: One for the books

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After picking up the Microsoft Surface Book the bag in which it was placed promptly ripped through at the handles as we wandered down the street. Ah, this isn't a lightweight tablet-esque Surface product and, we suppose, we learnt that the hard way before... >>