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Video: Parrot unveil the MiniDrone at CES 2014

By Geoff Bowen -

Hovering gracefully in the air and undeterred by the throngs of journalists, the new MiniDrone from the folks at Parrot certainly stood out at the various evening shows at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The MiniDrone works on the… Read article

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Samsung offers ‘gifts’ with Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO

By Geoff Bowen -

Today at CES 2014, Samsung announced that it has teamed up with more than 11 of the world’s leading mobile content and service providers to offer its Galaxy TabPRO and NotePRO users with the pre-paid, long-term subscription offers from best-selling… Read article

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Garmin enter ‘wearables’ with new Vivofit wristband

By Geoff Bowen -

Although it doesn’t officially open until tomorrow, CES 2014 is already becoming the ‘year of the wrist band’. The latest company to announce its entry in to this market is Garmin, who are probably better known for their satnav devices…. Read article

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Video: Orbotix announce Sphero 2B at CES 2014

By Geoff Bowen -

Whilst wondering around this year’s packed CES Unveiled, it was hard not to notice/trip-over the new Sphero 2B from the folks at Orbotix. The 2B is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio of connected, app-controlled, toys. Taking on a… Read article

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Samsung unveils faster, more powerful, Galaxy Camera 2

By Andrew Rafter -

With CES just around the corner, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Camera 2, a follow-up to its popular Galaxy Camera, which was the world’s first Android-powered digital camera to fuse smartphone functionality with a point-and-click camera. As you’d expect with… Read article

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Logitech launch PowerShell Controller for iPhone

By Shem Pennant -

As the old adage goes, the best camera is the one you have on you and the same apparently applies for handheld gaming. Whilst the negatives to be said for iPhone gaming are many and frequently stated, this doesn’t detract… Read article

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Smart Meters – A look at their global rollout

By Geoff Bowen -

As part of our ongoing series with the folks at British Gas, this time we’re looking at the roll out of smart meters around the world. These days it’s well accepted that tackling environmental issues, such as energy consumption, is… Read article

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Tamagotchi is back and this time it’s social

By Ian Barker -

Do you remember the 1990s? The decade of Generation X, Cool Britannia, raves, grunge, dressing down, Baywatch, roller blades and Tamagotchi. Ah yes, Tamagotchi, the digital pet that first launched in Japan in 1996 and took Britain by storm the… Read article

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Sky’s Now TV Box review round-up

By Andrew Rafter -

When it comes to the latest in audiovisual technology it wouldn’t be unfair to say Sky TV’s ageing satellite system is years behind the competition when it comes to streaming and catchup TV. And with the likes of LoveFilm and… Read article

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Xbox One vs PS4: battle of the next-gen consoles

By David Nield -

Whether it’s Apple vs Microsoft, iOS vs Android or Facebook vs Twitter, the tech world loves a good head-to-head. In recent weeks we’ve seen one of the greatest heavyweight battles yet as both Microsoft and Sony launched their much-anticipated next-generation… Read article