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Archive for February, 2013

Hands On: Harvard’s View21 Smart TV Freeview+ HD PVR

For the past few weeks we’ve been playing around with the View21, a set-top box developed by Harvard International who are probably better known for their Goodmans and iLuv brands….

Audioengine’s W3 Wireless Audio Adapter: The End to Spaghetti?

Not sure about you, but I have a drawer stuffed full with wires and leads – the detritus of a former life when everything electrical had to be connected. It’s…

Traktor DJ iPad App Review: Near Perfect Digital DJing

DJ iPad apps have been around for years, and on whole they’ve always been a bit hit and miss, generally falling into two categories: a midi controller or a virtual…

Sony Xperia Z Review Roundup

We had a play with Sony Xperia Z, most of which involved dunking the giant smartphone into tanks of water and marvelling at how it still functioned. Packing a huge…

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Cookoo Smart Watch: Helping Early Adopters Stay Punctual

Smartphones are great but why should intelligence devices stop there? The smaller and more efficient we make technology, the more things we can cram it into. I’m shocked more shoes…

MWC 2013 Preview: What to Expect from Samsung, Nokia and LG

Mobile World Congress 2013 kicks off tomorrow in Spain, Barcelona, and to whet your appetite for some shiny new tech we thought we take a look at who is likely…

Chromebook Pixel Review Roundup: Google Goes Premium

Slowly but surely, Google’s Chrome OS is gaining ground. Chromebooks – cheap, lightweight laptops featuring nothing but the Chrome Web browser – are beginning to sell in significant numbers, and…

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PlayStation 4 Launch Roundup: Gaming from the Ground Up

Wednesday night Sony Computer Entertainment unveiled what many had speculated, the PlayStation 4. Only they didn’t actually show the console. During the 2-hour presentation the console maker, alongside a range…

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23snaps: Adorable Digital Memory Books

Some of us may use Facebook to document our child’s milestones, achievements, and so on, but are probably well aware that a) our non-child-interested contacts probably sigh every time they…

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Accel’s Voyager: Connected Car Smartphone Technology

Considering integrated GPS and mobile telephony has been around for many years now, we all have something we use in our cars for hands free communications or navigation, via either…

3D Doodler Pen: Makes 3D Doodling a Doddle

Back in 1965, Denys Fisher created a geometric doodle toy called the Spirograph, which went on to become a global phenomenon. The technical stuff behind the mathematical roulette curves was…

Five Great Gadgets for Event Planning

Determined to outshine the Beijing Olympics 2008 opening ceremony, with James Bond parachuting the ‘Queen’ into the Olympic Park, the UK certainly excelled itself in producing a jaw-dropping and memorable…

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Home Automation Future and Present: WiFi Lightbulbs, Speakers and Doorlocks

Are you ready for robotic lawnmowers, rechargeable cars and intelligent fridges? Well, we’re not quite there yet. But our homes are a lot smarter than they’ve ever been before, and…

AirStash A02: Stream Theatre

I’ve just purchased an iPad mini. And in a dramatic break with tradition I didn’t max out on storage space as I have with pretty much every other Apple device…

5 Interesting Energy Saving Gadgets for 2013

As energy costs proceed in one direction only, it is fair to say that any new invention that can serve its purpose and use less power, has to be a…

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