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Reducing carbon emissions and compensating for them is going to be something we hear a lot more about over the next few years. With carbon targets now
If there's one thing we know about tech CEOs, it's that they tend to be rich.
The co-founder of Forest Carbon has said that we need to hugely increase the amount of land that is available to plant trees
Amazon's Kindle Unlimited service currently has a brilliant offer on - it's available for free for two months, a saving of nearly $20/£16 off the pric...
Apple wants to kill Tile - it's own AirTags are incoming.
Apple appears to have accidentally name-dropped a product it has been widely rumoured to be developing for the past year.
The first Amazon Kindle launched all the way back in 2007. Join us as we trace the history from the original Kindle to the latest Kindle devices.
Tank warfare has been an ever-changing beast and a constant race for the biggest, baddest and best. But what makes a great tank?
With many more of us forced to worked from home, there are plenty of us now needing to making video calls or creatives vlogging from inside our homes
A handy guide of some of the words and phrases you'll come across so you'll have a better understanding of what they mean.
Looking at the number of ways we can all work towards a more sustainable future.
In the 1990s Apple crafted some rather plain-looking trainers specifically for its employees. A pair of those trainers went on sale recently and someo...
In 2019, as Land Rover was finally unveiling its brand new Defender, Lego also announced a set to go alongside the launch. And, of course, it's Lego T...
Amazon-owned Audible is opening up a free-to-listen catalogue of children's stories while children are off school due to the coronavirus outbreak. The
Here is everything you need to know about Amazon's Kindle Unlimited service, including how much it costs and what kind of books are available.
Gocycle has taken its top model - the G3 - and given it the carbon treatment, resulting in the Gocycle G3 Carbon.
Carphone Warehouse is set to close all its stores in the UK, with around 60 percent of staff set to lose their jobs. The move is slightly more complex
UK e-scooter trials are on the way.
Apple has announced it is closing every Apple Store worldwide outside of China as a result of the coronavirus.In a statement signed by Tim Cook, it wa...
As a safety precaution, some tech companies, including Facebook, are cancelling their upcoming annual conferences and events.
When the summer months hit the UK, we all start to wonder why we never installed airconditioning as we swelter through those uncomfortable nights.
In the build-up to the launch of the new Dyson Corrale hair straightener, we had the opportunity to interview the company’s mercurial leader Sir James
Dyson's latest invention is a hair straightener that uses lower heat to style with half the damage of conventional hot-heat devices.
Each year, on 8 March, women are celebrated as part of the annual International Women’s Day (IWD).In what has become both a way to
Like your favourite band, Apple has had its share of hits and misses. Thankfully there are more hits than misses.
Ford-owned Spin is launching its e-scooter in Europe. It's coming to Germany first, but has made no secret of its plan to come to the UK.And with the ...
Google is teaming up with Adidas and Electronic Arts to launch some type of new smart clothing.
Digital Dream Labs purchased assets belonging to San Francisco-based Anki when it shut down after running out of money last year, and now, you can bac...
Amazon Go cashierless stores have been around for a few years now, but in limited areas of the US and as smaller convenience stores. Now though, Amazo...
More credible information has surfaced on Apple's Tile-like devices, thought to be called Apple Tags or AirTags.
A BBC investigation has found that some ISPs are charging exorbitant fees to customers to keep hold of their old email address when they switch away. ...
You're used to unlocking your phone with your fingerprint (or your face) but what about your shed? Master Lock has launched a Bluetooth key safe and p...
Hardware security keys (or security keys, U2F keys, physical security keys) protect your online accounts from hackers. These are the best.
Google's Titan security keys are now more widely available.
Since Apple Tags or whatever they end up being called will be an entirely new product category, we suspect Apple might actually unveil them at WWDC.
No one can ignore the rise of handheld stick vacuums, even long-standing traditionalists like Miele.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, is frequently criticised for not paying taxes and for not giving away enough money. He appears to be t...
Turboant's X7 electric scooter is one to watch.
There was Android (though Google didn't invent it). There was Chrome OS. There will be Google Fuschia.And now there is Pigweed. That's the name of Goo...
In 1896, a 50-second silent movie was shown of a steam train pulling into a station in France. That footage has now been modernised thanks to AI.
Multipacks of the latest Tile Pro tracker lead the Tile deals.
Dyson's latest foray into lighting is designed to maintain the same quality of light for a remarkable 60 years.It'll emit the right type of light depe...
Although the Government is reviewing the legislation around electric scooters, it's not actually legal to ride them in the UK yet.
Government ministers are expected to roll out a trial in UK cities following consultation.
Personal audio might feel like an absolute given in the modern world, whether you're streaming music from your phone to a swanky pair of AirPods Pro, ...
As we saw at CES 2020, there's no shortage of mad gadgets that want to automate fairly simple processes in our homes. And now there's this, a clever w...
Whether you're a whizz in the kitchen or an utter cooking novice, there are plenty of gadgets and gizmos out there to help you prepare a wonderful bit...
Microsoft, which has been carbon neutral since 2012 by buying renewable energy to offset its emissions, plans to go carbon negative by 2030.
Transport for London is making plans to expand its artificial intelligence network and use that to help fuel the City's cycling boom.