Gadget of the day: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro If you’re quite finished comparing email signatures as a way to show off your office status, this 12.2-inch, stylus-packing super tablet should help. It rocks a 2560×1600 higher-than-HD displa...


Gadget of the day: Pebble Steel

Pebble Steel The darling of Kickstarter has finally grown up, throwing off the plastic fantastic design of its previous Pebble smartwatch, and received a more stylish redesign. You’ll still have to order one from the US, ...


Gadget of the day: NudeAudio Move M

NudeAudio Move M Yay, it’s another portable Bluetooth speaker! Because there’s not enough of them in the world right now. Still, this one does try and break the mold with an ultra-rugged design and snappy wrist stra...

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Gadget of the day: Zoom H1 recorder

Zoom H1 recorder Voice recorders aren’t on the cutting-edge of the tech landscape, but with the number of shoddy recordings of gigs turning up on YouTube these days, they probably should be. The Zoom H1 sports dual compac...


Gadget of the day: Nokia Lumia 1520

Nokia Lumia 1520 Having launched its first tablet just last month, Microsoft’s latest purchase has ousted this, the Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet. It’s a 6-inch slab of Windows Phone 8 that runs especially fast thanks to...

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Gadget of the day: Fujifilm XQ1

Fujifilm XQ1 Some compact cams are anything but, and while they do give you superior snaps when compared to a smartphone, they’re often not worth bulking your pockets for. This one’s different, genuinely compact and...


Gadget of the day: Samsung NX2000

Samsung NX2000 Samsung is getting serious about smart cameras – snappers that come with built-in Wi-Fi and the ability to share photos and videos directly to social media. It’s a concept that sounds fantastic on pap...


Gadget of the day: Nike FuelBand SE

Nike FuelBand SE Nike hasn’t launched the FuelBand on our sandy shores (officially, that is) but eagle-eyed gadget fans will no doubt spot the updated activity tracker in most local gadget shops. This version brings with ...


Gadget of the day: Adidas MiCoach Smart Run

Adidas MiCoach Smart Run A proper fitness watch for that marathon you keep putting off until next year, the MiCoach Smart Run tracks your real-time heart rate via a built-in wrist sensor – then calculates your pace, strid...

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“Our smart technology is the best,” so says Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky:

You’re Eric Migicovsky. You rip the screen off a Nokia 3310 and with the help of duct tape and Arduino build yourself a prototype smartwatch for cycling. Five years later, Kickstarter backers give you $10 million to build ten...


GoBe will tell you to get off the sofa, you lazy slob

While fitness bands like the Jawbone UP and the Nike FuelBand require you to manually log what you’ve eaten, the HealBe GoBe measures your glucose levels to tell you your calorie intake. It can also tell you how many calories...


Apple CarPlay is the future, and here’s why

As we reported last month, Ferrari has become the first car manufacturer to adopt Apple CarPlay, a new infotainment system that let’s you see the iPhone interface displayed on the car’s touch screen and access apps in exact...


Gadget of the day: Yurbuds

Yurbuds These buds are for those that like to run, not walk. They come with a unique in-ear shape that twists then locks into your ears for a secure fit. The design is both sweat and water-resistant, and they come with an ergon...


Windows Phone 8.1 hands-on review – it’s really not that bad

Nokia and Microsoft are right in the midst of a Cronenbergian combining in which they hope to emerge as a suitably powerful hybrid super-soldier to take on the likes of Android and Apple. The process is not yet complete, but th...

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