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Sony Xperia Z5 range announced at IFA

At IFA in Berlin this week, Sony has announced their Xperia Z5 flagship range. This time it comes in three flavours, the Xperia Z5 compact, Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 premium. The latter of which comes with a crazy 4K display. The Differences: First up is the Xperia Z5 compact, available in black, white yellow and a pinkish red colour. …

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Acer reveals Lego PC

At IFA in Berlin, Acer has revealed the Revo Build, a computer you can simply build yourself with blocks. These blocks are simply stacked on top of each other to build the PC you would like. It starts with a base which comes with either an Intel Pentium or Intel Celeron processor, and up to 8GB of RAM. From then …

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Google announces smarthome focused OnHub router

Google has recently announced a new smarthome focused OnHub WiFi router. It’s actually, and possibly the more surprising thing is that it is not built by nest. It’s actually made in partnership with TP-Link.

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Gadgets to create the connected home

The connected home is no longer just a dream. There are more than enough consumer gadgets that can be retrofitted to almost any home to make the dream of a connected home a reality.  With the internet and artificial intelligence living in the cloud running your devices behind the scenes, your home could be the smartest it has ever been. …

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How Nest is Bringing the Home to the 21st Century

Nest, a company recently acquired by Google, already has its smarthome products on the shelves both in the UK, and across the pond in the US and Canada.  You’ve probably already heard of its two products – the Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm, and the Nest Learning Thermostat. On the surface, these just seem like superfluous internet-connected devices, which …

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Oppo N3 announced with motorised swivel camera

Oppo has announced the N3, the successor to the N1, and this time it comes with a motorised swivel camera. Along with the new camera unit, the touchpad on the back has been replaced with a fingerprint scanner and scrolling pad in one so, much like Apple’s Touch ID, you can unlock your phone just by touching the sensor.

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Nexus 6 Vs Moto X, what’s different?

We wouldn’t blame you for just thinking that the Nexus 6 (code named Shamu) is just a stretched-out Moto X. After all it does just look like a larger Moto X, with the exception of the Nexus logo across the back. So what are the differences? Actually a lot more than you think, excluding the obvious such as not having …

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Our favourite smartphone games to install right now

You have a smartphone, right? Of course you do, the majority of visitors to this blog swing by on a smartphone. So here’s a list of some of our favourite games to install on your smartphone right now, some paid and some free. It’s a mix of quick time-wasters, and others that require a bit more time to sit down …

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Android 5.0 Lollipop, what’s new?

Now the name of Android 5.0 has been confirmed and a release date has been given, what’s actually new in Android 5.0? The biggest thing for users and the headline change of Android 5.0 is something Google is calling Material Design. There are, however, many little things that are new and arriving on Android devices in the coming months, and …

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Apple announces 5K iMac

At the October 16th Mac and IPad even, Apple unveiled the new Retina 5K iMac with the world’s highest resolution display, and some of the fastest hardware ever to be found in their ever-popular PC.

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