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Jolla Tablet: Simple, sophisticated and Sailfish 2.0 (hands-on)
Tablets

Jolla Tablet: Simple, sophisticated and Sailfish 2.0 (hands-on)

By 6 March 2015

Jolla is a Finnish company that launched a smartphone running on an open-source software called Sailfish back in November 2013 and it has since introduced a tablet running on the same OS, which we saw at Mobile World Congress.  The Jolla Tablet is a... >>

Toyota i-Road: The electronic Boris bike of the future?
Cars

Toyota i-Road: The electronic Boris bike of the future?

By 6 March 2015

Transport is changing. Emissions caps are tightening, owning a car in the big city is increasingly prohibitive, and commuters are ever mindful of electronic or hybrid options as alternative ways to get around – often proving both cheaper and faster.... >>

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept: Old and new collide in explosive design
Cars

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept: Old and new collide in explosive design

By 6 March 2015

The Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept was our favourite car of the Geneva show. We know what you're thinking: yet another super/luxury performance car? Well, Geneva was littered with the things – performance and big money dominated the show. Once you've... >>

McLaren 675LT: British beauty with added sting in the tail (hands-on)
Cars

McLaren 675LT: British beauty with added sting in the tail (hands-on)

By 6 March 2015

This is the McLaren 675LT – which stands for long tail. We don't normally make a point of covering cars that are facelift versions, or new variations in a series, but given how good-looking this McLaren is we had to make an exception. A quick recap... >>

Audi R8 (2015): Tech-tastic treat or 'difficult second album' moment for flagship model? (hands-on)
Cars

Audi R8 (2015): Tech-tastic treat or 'difficult second album' moment for flagship model? (hands-on)

By 5 March 2015

Audi is now well into the stride of a massive new model offensive. At the Detroit Motor Show back in January we got its flagship SUV, the Q7, while here at the Geneva Motor Show the company has launched the next-generation R8. Come September at the Frankfurt... >>

Ferrari 488 GTB: £200K turbo-charged supercar superstar (hands-on)
Cars

Ferrari 488 GTB: £200K turbo-charged supercar superstar (hands-on)

By 5 March 2015

This is the Ferrari 488 GTB, the company's mid-engine supercar, which replaces the 458 Italia. Launched at the Geneva Motor Show, the 488 features an evolutionary design but is revolutionary in other areas such as its engine. Most notably, this is one... >>

Why the Guess Connect is the sexiest smartwatch there is (hands-on)
Gadgets

Why the Guess Connect is the sexiest smartwatch there is (hands-on)

By 5 March 2015

Guess announced the Guess Connect smartwatch at CES 2015 and while we saw it at the Las Vegas show, it was Mobile World Congress where we fell head over heels in love with it.  The fashion company may be better known for its handbags and shoes,... >>

Watch as Fujitsu iris recognition tech unlocks smartphone at a glance, literally (video)
Phones

Watch as Fujitsu iris recognition tech unlocks smartphone at a glance, literally (video)

By 5 March 2015

Phone access has evolved beyond a PIN code or screen swipe. Fingerprint scanners? So last year. Retina scanning, as per the ZTE Grand S3? A step forward. But none are a patch on just how impressive Fujitsu's iris recognition technology is, as we experienced... >>

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops
Laptops 4 out of 5

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops

By 5 March 2015

Think gaming laptop and a clear image probably forms in your mind. Huge chunky body? Check. Adolescent blue LEDs everywhere? Check. Looks a bit like a blinged-up Vauxhall Corsa? Yep. Well, take that image and resign it in your brain's dustbin because... >>

Creior Harmony Watch: Stylish well-being wearable for women (hands-on)
Gadgets

Creior Harmony Watch: Stylish well-being wearable for women (hands-on)

By 5 March 2015

Creoir unveiled the Harmony Watch concept at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, introducing a new take on what the activity tracker could become. The Harmony Watch is a well-being wearable designed for women, which detects motion, light and sleep patterns... >>