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All posts by Gabrielle Pickard

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Galaxy Note Edge: curves in all the right places?

“A superb-looking handset that offers something brand-new in the market. Let’s hope Samsung doesn’t make the Note Edge a limited edition,” were the words of Tech Radar. Considering that when…

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Neato Botvac robotic vacuum cleaners: What the critics think

It’s uncanny how a manufacturer of vacuum cleaners either wittingly or unwittingly gave a new verb to the English speaking world to describe the chore of vacuuming. “Hoover up” became…

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Streaming high with the new Parrot Bebop Drone

American citrus farmers are flying drones over their crops in order to check harvests for ripeness. Estate agents are taking enticing air videos to show to would-be customers. Roof inspections…

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Humax STA-1200 BSW: The “world slimmest soundbar”

Humax, a UK provider of specialist digital set-top boxes, has entered the audio market, launching what the company claims to be the “world’s slimmest” soundbar. The STA-1200 BSW is a…

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Smart locks – threatening keys into extinction?

It’s true, keys are so last year. ITProPortal says it and so do we. The savvy way to lock your home and remain secure is with a smart lock. With a couple…

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Oculus Rift “Crystal Cove”: What the critics are saying

“Of all the exciting, innovative products we’ve seen at CES this year, the Oculus Rift “Crystal Cove” prototype is unquestionably the best of the best,” Engadget, January 2014. When you consider…

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Initial reactions to the forthcoming Nikon D4S

Apparently CES 2014 wasn’t the premier showcase for groundbreaking digital imaging products it has been in other years. Instead a huge array of 4K + televisions took centre stage. That…

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Best ‘smart’ health and fitness gadgets for 2014

We take a look at the latest and greatest in the world of ‘smart’ fitness and health products for 2014. The LG Lifeband Touch If you ‘conveniently’ have difficulty remembering…

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Chord Electronics’ Hugo – A nifty portable DAC device with little CES coverage

When we think of a product named Hugo, the luxury German fashion brand Hugo Boss springs to mind. Chord Electronics, British manufacturers of high-performance hi-fi products, has introduced a new…

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Onewheel, the self-balancing electric skateboard

There were, by all accounts, plenty of innovative and interesting toys on display at this year’s CES. As attending technology journalists were busy scribbling down the wondrous worthies of the…

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5 Christmas apps to help the festive season go smoothly

It’s less than a month now and we can’t help feel a glimmer of excitement that Christmas is on its way. Each year we say to ourselves, “I’m going to…

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Review roundup: Google Nexus 5 smartphone

Following weeks and weeks of leaks, rumours and speculation the Nexus 5 has finally arrived as the new reference Android smartphone. Can the Google and LG collaboration really provide a…

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Colapz, the UK’s first folding garden watering can

Like shears and lawnmowers, watering cans are an irrefutably necessary gardener’s tool. Despite the somewhat hoary ubiquitous popularity of watering cans, it has to be said that unless you’ve got…

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Review round up: HP Chromebook 14

Its “eye-popping” colours are the first thing Engadget mentions in its hands on review of the new HP Chromebook 14. Citing the aesthetical merits (particularly the colour) of a new…

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Amazon launch 6th gen “Kindle Paperwhite” touchscreen e-reader

When Michael Cronan was asked to name Amazon’s new e-reader, the branding consultant suggested Kindle. Kindle, as we know, means “to light a fire” and Cronan felt it would be…

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