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Life in the future: Tech that will change the way we live
Life in the future: Tech that will change the way we live By Max Langridge

Technology has the power to do many things, including changing the world we live in and the way we live too.... Read more

Best Kindle 2019: Which Amazon Kindle is best for you?
Best Kindle 2019: Which Amazon Kindle is best for you? By Chris Hall

Read our guide to help you decide which Amazon Kindle is right for you. See the specs and features of all the Kindles to choose the right one.... Read more

OnePlus 7 Pro specs leak, official tease confirms 90Hz display
Best black hole memes: Is it the Eye of Sauron? A donut? Your cat's eye?
Best black hole memes: Is it the Eye of Sauron? A donut? Your cat's eye? By Maggie Tillman

A black hole has been photographed for the very first time, and it's blowing up the internet.... Read more

Best Amazon UK Spring Sale deals: Save £200 on a Philips 43-inch 4K Android TV w/ HDR Plus
Best Amazon UK Spring Sale deals: Save £200 on a Philips 43-inch 4K Android TV w/ HDR Plus By Dan Grabham

Amazon is having another sale! This time it's called the Amazon UK Spring Sale and it goes on until the end of 15 April.... Read more

Gocycle G3 review: Riding first class
4.5 stars Gocycle G3 review: Riding first class By Chris Hall

An electric assisted bike might be expensive, but it's potentially cheaper than your season ticket. Here's why GoCycle is onto something with its G3.... Read more

Amazon Go will soon accept cash due to 'discrimination and elitism' concerns
Amazon Go will soon accept cash due to 'discrimination and elitism' concerns By Maggie Tillman

Amazon Go stores, which are well-known for its cashless transactions, are about to add cash back into the mix.... Read more

Amazon Kindle (2019) review: The affordable Kindle ups its game with screen illumination
5.0 stars Amazon Kindle (2019) review: The affordable Kindle ups its game with screen illumination By Britta O'Boyle

The 2019 Amazon Kindle introduces an illuminated display, just like the Kindle Paperwhite, but for a more affordable price. Is it the Kindle to buy?... Read more

Walmart doubles down on robots in a move to free up its staff
Walmart doubles down on robots in a move to free up its staff By Stuart Miles

Walmart is rolling out thousands of robots to its stores... Read more

Best deals of the week: Save £1,600 on an LG 65-inch OLED TV, £40 off Apple HomePod and more
Best deals of the week: Save £1,600 on an LG 65-inch OLED TV, £40 off Apple HomePod and more By Rob Kerr

We rounding up the best deals every of week from our deals section: Save on LG 65-inch OLED TV, Apple HomePod, Unlimited data SIM, Huawei P30 and Now TV.... Read more

Amazon wants to launch over 3,000 internet-beaming satellites into orbit
Amazon wants to launch over 3,000 internet-beaming satellites into orbit By Maggie Tillman

Amazon is known for entering industries and totally disrupting them. And it looks Amazon's next target is the internet.... Read more

The best ever space robots of the past, present and future
The best ever space robots of the past, present and future By Victoria Woollaston

Since the infamous space race of the 1960s, space agencies across the globe have been building, testing and launching various robots, each designed to... Read more

Amazing times technology and everyday objects have saved a life
Amazing times technology and everyday objects have saved a life By Adrian Willings

It's surprising how many different times a life has been saved by technology. It's not just phones stopping bullets either, there are plenty of other awesome stories too.... Read more

Satisfying machinery and magnificent marvels of engineering
Satisfying machinery and magnificent marvels of engineering By Adrian Willings

We've put together a glorious collection of some of the most fantastic examples of engineering and machinery ever created by man.... Read more

Lego's Spike Prime kit teaches kids to program and build robots with bricks
Lego's Spike Prime kit teaches kids to program and build robots with bricks By Maggie Tillman

The new Spike Prime kit is the solution for those people, as it works to slowly build skills through nearly hour-long units.... Read more

Surprising facts about tech, gadgets and the wonderful World Wide Web
Surprising facts about tech, gadgets and the wonderful World Wide Web By Adrian Willings

We've put together some interesting facts about tech, gadgets and the history of the web that you might not know.... Read more

April Fools' Day 2019: The best stories from around the web
April Fools' Day 2019: The best stories from around the web By Rik Henderson

April Fools' Day is always a big occasion for tech giants, manufacturers and retailers. Here are their best pranks from this year so far.... Read more

Apple's greatest failures: From AirPower to the Pippin, these are Apple's unloved devices
Apple's greatest failures: From AirPower to the Pippin, these are Apple's unloved devices By Stuart Miles

Tim Cook once said during a talk at Oxford that he believes the success of Apple is its ability to change and know when the company got it wrong.... Read more

Wow! Apple axes AirPower wireless charging pad, didn't meet 'high standards'
Wow! Apple axes AirPower wireless charging pad, didn't meet 'high standards' By Maggie Tillman

Apple first announced the device alongside the iPhone X in 2017. Since then, customers have been patiently waiting for their chance to buy the pad.... Read more

Best April Fools' Day tech jokes from the last 10 years
Best April Fools' Day tech jokes from the last 10 years By Rik Henderson

Tech companies love April Fools' Day. It gives them the licence to come up with some crazy products. Here are our favourites from the last decade.... Read more

Is this more proof that Amazon wants to build an Alexa home robot?
Is this more proof that Amazon wants to build an Alexa home robot? By Maggie Tillman

Imagine an Alexa-powered robot that roams around your house, cleaning your rugs and washing the dishes. That's the dream, right?... Read more

What is Article 13? We explain the EU's new copyright law
What is Article 13? We explain the EU's new copyright law By Dan Grabham

The EU has ratified a new law that is designed to protect copyright, but it has some serious potential consequences for online content, in particular,... Read more

Huawei surprises with Smart Eyewear glasses announcement, in collaboration with Gentle Monster
Huawei surprises with Smart Eyewear glasses announcement, in collaboration with Gentle Monster By Dan Grabham

Huawei has partnered with Gentle Monster to launch its own series of Smart Eyewear.... Read more

Apple AirPower charging mat confirmed to be coming soon, by AirPods 2 box
Apple AirPower charging mat confirmed to be coming soon, by AirPods 2 box By Rik Henderson

Apple's AirPower wireless charging mat is definitely still on the cards, with a massive clue is to be found on the side of the box of the AirPods 2.... Read more

What's this? Apple's long-lost AirPower on Apple's site? How curious
What's this? Apple's long-lost AirPower on Apple's site? How curious By Maggie Tillman

For a moment there, we thought Apple's long-awaited AirPower wireless charger wasn't going to debut. But, now, a new leak has surfaced.... Read more

Amazon's cheap Kindle is now available with an adjustable front light
Amazon's cheap Kindle is now available with an adjustable front light By Chris Hall

Amazon's Kindle family breaks down into three major segments - the cheap Kindle, the Paperwhite and the luxury Oasis. The entry-level £69.99 model has... Read more

Birthday tech: The most popular in gadgets from the year you were born and beyond
Birthday tech: The most popular in gadgets from the year you were born and beyond By Adrian Willings

Technology has been changing at a break-neck speed and developments over the last few decades have really been incredible. But what was popular on your birthday?... Read more

This cute robot dog was made by Jim Henson's Creature Shop and is only $299
This cute robot dog was made by Jim Henson's Creature Shop and is only $299 By Maggie Tillman

While we’ve seen plenty of versions of electronic or robotic pets, from the 90s Tamagotchi to Sony’s Aibo dogs, we haven’t seen one quite like the Tombot yet.... Read more

26 tech fails that ruined people's lives
26 tech fails that ruined people's lives By Rik Henderson

Remember technology is there to help and/or entertain us, not give us carte blanche to be irresponsible twonks.... Read more

Dyson backpack monitors air quality to report on pollutants that London's kids are breathing
Dyson backpack monitors air quality to report on pollutants that London's kids are breathing By Chris Hall

Dyson has lifted technology from its air purifying fans and heaters to equip a backpack with tech to detect the pollutants that children breathe when walking... Read more

33 ancient storage formats: How many do you remember?
33 ancient storage formats: How many do you remember? By Max Langridge

That phone in your hand, the computer at your desk, the CDs and DVDs on your shelf. They're all here.... Read more

An amazing glimpse of decades of space exploration with NASA
An amazing glimpse of decades of space exploration with NASA By Adrian Willings

Discover a collection of some of the best images captured by NASA for us to explore and enjoy. Decades of space exploration and adventures.... Read more

LG's Snowwhite is the coolest way to make ice cream
LG's Snowwhite is the coolest way to make ice cream By Britta O'Boyle

If you thought pod-based coffee machines were the dream, LG has revealed a pod-based ice cream maker at the South by Southwest conference (SXSW) in Austin... Read more

Ikea launches 3D-printed hacks so people with disabilities can use its furniture
Ikea launches 3D-printed hacks so people with disabilities can use its furniture By Maggie Tillman

We always like it when companies consider people with disabilities when making their products, so we're encouraged by Ikea's latest efforts.... Read more

18 of the best and most iconic real-world robots from the 1980s
18 of the best and most iconic real-world robots from the 1980s By Carrie Marshall

The 1980s were great years for robot fans: from Terminators to Short Circuit’s Johnny 5, you couldn’t move for robots on cinema screens and on TV.... Read more

Amazon is shutting down its pop-ups but still has grand physical store plans
Amazon is shutting down its pop-ups but still has grand physical store plans By Maggie Tillman

Amazon is significantly switching up its physical retail strategy, at least in the US.... Read more

What is USB-C? One cable for data, video and power
What is USB-C? One cable for data, video and power By Dan Grabham

USB Type-C (or just USB-C) has reversible connectors and means faster charging, quicker data transfer rates and smaller devices.... Read more

Security camera AI helps identify shoplifters before they steal
Security camera AI helps identify shoplifters before they steal By Rik Henderson

Japanese company Vaak has developed a system that can detect shoplifters before they steal, thereby helping shop assistants to prevent the crime taking place.... Read more

This sad robot shutting down is a warning sign to early adopters
This sad robot shutting down is a warning sign to early adopters By Maggie Tillman

Just think about all the tech brands and devices you've went all in on in the past - but that ended up going nowhere.... Read more

33 obsolete technologies that will baffle modern generations
33 obsolete technologies that will baffle modern generations By Adrian Willings

We're taking a nostalgic walk down memory lane, looking at some of the biggest, best and most memorable gadgets from the last century that have been outdated, outmoded or just forced into irrelevance by better, modern technologies.... Read more

Tim Cook: Apple is 'rolling the dice' on new products that'll 'blow you away'
Tim Cook: Apple is 'rolling the dice' on new products that'll 'blow you away' By Maggie Tillman

Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed some new details about Apple's upcoming product roadmap.... Read more

Nubia Alpha is a new 18K gold-plated smartcuff with a flexible display
Nubia Alpha is a new 18K gold-plated smartcuff with a flexible display By Maggie Tillman

Nubia might be really onto something with its latest device, or it could be attempting a new version of Will.i.am's ill-fated smartcuff.... Read more

1TB microSD cards revealed with ultra-fast speeds and a hefty price tag
1TB microSD cards revealed with ultra-fast speeds and a hefty price tag By Adrian Willings

Western Digital has taken to MWC to unveil 1TB microSD cards that the company claim are the world's fastest flash memory option. These huge cards offer plenty of storage for all your games, photos and more.... Read more

14 quirky gadgets you should have in your home
14 quirky gadgets you should have in your home By Carrie Marshall

We’re suckers for unusual home gadgets: if it looks cool, does things differently or promises to make our life easier we’re there.... Read more

Amazon fulfilment centre tour could be best geek birthday gift ever
Amazon fulfilment centre tour could be best geek birthday gift ever By Stuart Miles

Amazon is offering more tours of its fulfilment centres across the UK - opening them for people to see what happens after they click on "buy now".... Read more

Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad adds Fast Charge 2.0
Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad adds Fast Charge 2.0 By Rik Henderson

Samsung will unveil a new power accessory during its Galaxy Unpacked event, one that charges two devices at once... Read more

Sphero's new RVR robot is for kid coders and Raspberry Pi tinkerers
Sphero's new RVR robot is for kid coders and Raspberry Pi tinkerers By Maggie Tillman

A new robot is attempting to get crowdfunded. But it's not some random automated toy. It's a Sphero gadget aimed at kids and adults alike.... Read more

Nissan x Opus camper plus whole week EV battery equals glamping made easy
Nissan x Opus camper plus whole week EV battery equals glamping made easy By Rik Henderson

Nissan is helping revolutionise the trailer camping experience by using recycled electric vehicle battery technology to provide off-grid power.... Read more

Sharp's new RoBoHon robot is tiny and adorable and we want it
Sharp's new RoBoHon robot is tiny and adorable and we want it By Maggie Tillman

When you think about toy robots, Sony's Aibo probably springs to mind. But Sharp has its own, too, called RoBoHon. And it's getting an upgrade.... Read more

Amazon one step closer to opening Amazon Go store in UK
Amazon one step closer to opening Amazon Go store in UK By Rik Henderson

Amazon has reportedly secured at least one retail site in London for an Amazon Go cashier-less store.... Read more

Hasbro's new Star Wars lightsaber trains you to fight like a real Jedi
Hasbro's new Star Wars lightsaber trains you to fight like a real Jedi By Maggie Tillman

Hasbro is at Toy Fair New York introducing new interactive Star Wars toy for all the young Padawans out there.... Read more

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