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The Christmas Gift Guide: Premium lifestyle gifts

The Christmas Gift Guide: Premium lifestyle gifts

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Not sure what to get your favourite person? Here are a selection of premium gifts that will really show you care, regardless of their tastes or the gadgets they already own.  MakerBot Mini 3D Replicator The MakerBot Replicator Mini is the easy-to-use,... >>

The Christmas Gift Guide: Gifts for the home

The Christmas Gift Guide: Gifts for the home

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If you're looking for top tech gifts, don't forget your home probably wants a bit of love too. Here are some great suggestions to turn your normal home into a smart one. Tado Thermostat This intelligent thermostat automatically adjusts to your daily routine... >>

A week in reviews: 30 September - 4 October

A week in reviews: 30 September - 4 October

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It's Samsung week and, as promised, we bring you the full verdict on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Have we been impressed with the companion duo, or does the Gear lack, well, the right gear to enable it to excel? We've... >>

Twelve South HiRise stand for iPhone 5 & iPad mini review
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Twelve South HiRise stand for iPhone 5 & iPad mini review

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Charging your iPhone at your desk should be an easy experience. Not that it's hard to connect the device to a charger by any means, but when you're working, you should be able to access information as it pours in. You don't necessarily want to take your... >>

HoverBar: The iPad stand that hovers, kinda

HoverBar: The iPad stand that hovers, kinda

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A new bendable support arm that allows you to use your iPad at your desk without taking up desk space has been launched in the UK. Called the HoverBar, the new gadget from Twelve South is incredibly simple, and likely to appeal to those who want to get... >>

PlugBug gives your MacBook charger USB charging socket

PlugBug gives your MacBook charger USB charging socket

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If you are a mobile worker you'll know the age-old problem of finding power. Combine that with what seems to be a growing number of devices that need a regular charge and - come the end of the day - your laptop quickly starts to look like an octopus.... >>