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Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix CM1 review: Is it a camera, is it a phone? It's a bit of both
Phones

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix CM1 review: Is it a camera, is it a phone? It's a bit of both

By 11 hours ago

When we first heard the rumour that Panasonic was going back into the phone business we didn't think it could be true. But, sure enough, at Photokina 2014 the Panasonic Lumix CM1 appeared. Thing is, the CM1 isn't a phone. The clues are in the above sentence:... >>

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix GM5 review
Cameras

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix GM5 review

By 17 hours ago

Last year we were treated by the Lumix GM1, an interchangeable lens camera that, in many respects, was small enough and packed with all the goodies to be considered an alternative to a compact camera. One year on and the small-scale compact system camera... >>

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix LX100 review
Cameras

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix LX100 review

By 17 hours ago

It's finally happened: Panasonic has created a compact camera with a large Micro Four Thirds sensor on board. It's called the Panasonic Lumix LX100 and we here at Pocket-lint had hands-on time with the forthcoming camera ahead of its official Photokina... >>

Hands-on: Opening Ceremony and Intel MICA is the $1,000 wearable like no other
Gadgets

Hands-on: Opening Ceremony and Intel MICA is the $1,000 wearable like no other

By 14 September 2014

Wearables are all the rage at the moment, but few existing products have truly captivated an enthusiastic audience. That's where Intel, in collaboration with Opening Ceremony, has come up with something entirely different: a smart fashion bracelet called... >>

Meet Jimmy, Intel’s joke-telling, app controlled and customisable 3D-printed robot
Gadgets

Meet Jimmy, Intel’s joke-telling, app controlled and customisable 3D-printed robot

By 12 September 2014

In our job we meet a lot of different people throughout the industry. But at the Intel Developers Forum 2014 we “met” a robot for the first time: Jimmy, the customisable, programmable and 3D-printed creation from Intel and Trossen Robotics. And the... >>

Sony Alpha A7S review
Cameras 4 out of 5

Sony Alpha A7S review

By 12 September 2014

In 2013 the Sony Alpha A7 convinced our team and a panel of tech-savvy judges that it was system camera of the year. Not because it had the most lenses available, was the fastest, nor because there weren't other great new cameras coming out, but because... >>

Hands-on: Lenovo ThinkPad Helix shows off fingerprint scanner, slimmer design, variety of keyboard docks
Laptops

Hands-on: Lenovo ThinkPad Helix shows off fingerprint scanner, slimmer design, variety of keyboard docks

By 12 September 2014

The Lenovo ThinkPad Helix name isn't a brand new concept, with the first model unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2013. But fast-forward some 20 months to the Intel Developers Forum 2014 and the second generation model has shown face. And it... >>

Samsung Galaxy Alpha review
Phones 4 out of 5

Samsung Galaxy Alpha review

By 12 September 2014

Samsung's first truly premium quality phone, the Galaxy Alpha, has arrived. Has Samsung got everything perfect for those people looking for a bit more luxury in their smartphone? Could it even be the replacement for the S5 flagship smartphone? We've been... >>

Apple iPhone 6 Plus preview: Too big to handle?
Phones

Apple iPhone 6 Plus preview: Too big to handle?

By 12 September 2014

If you were a logical iPhone upgrader, you would be getting ready to preorder the iPhone 6. It's a lovely device and one that many will opt for when it comes to buying a new phone on 19 September. The chances are, if you are reading this, you aren't... >>

Apple iPhone 6 preview: The logical upgrade for iPhone users
Phones

Apple iPhone 6 preview: The logical upgrade for iPhone users

By 12 September 2014

If you thought the iPhone 5S screen wasn't big enough, especially against the Android competition, then there's good news: Apple has launched the iPhone 6. The new iPhone 6 now comes with a 4.7-inch display as well as more power, more storage, and more... >>