Are you sleeping enough? Eating enough? Getting the requisite amount of exercise? If the answer to any of these is a shrug of the shoulders, maybe you should consider the Larklife, a new smart wristband designed to track the things you’re not grown up enough to do yourself. Read more
October 8th, 2012
Got yourself an iPhone 5? Also got a metric f***-tonne of old iPhone docks? You’ll be wanting a Lightning adapter then. Thankfully, Apple has finally started shipping its little plastic adapters, but who needs a quick refresher course on the costs? Read more
The year is rolling on, leaving Apple less and less time to come good on the rumours that it is about to launch a 7-inch version of its multi-million selling iPad - the iPad mini. Has a huge batch order just turned rumour into fact? Read more
October 5th, 2012
Apple's much fabled iPad Mini could be in short supply this Christmas. One analyst reckons suppliers are finding the specs for Apple's tiny tablet to be "challenging" and will struggle to meet demand. Read more
October 4th, 2012
Google is about to launch a 32GB version of its Nexus 7 Android tablet, according to a leak from the Carphone Warehouse database. At the moment the tablet is only available in 8GB or 16GB versions, so a 32GB model could well give the much-rumoured iPad Mini a run for its money. Not only that, a Galaxy Nexus 2 could also be on the cards. What a morning. Read more
October 1st, 2012
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We could see a new UK-based internet domain coming soon, ending in .uk. It should have tightened security, but will be more expensive for companies and individuals looking to protect their names. So, will you be shelling out on Read more
September 28th, 2012
Now that we’ve all made the jump from SD to HD, TV manufacturers are desparate to find ways to make us all upgrade again. 3D is one such tactic, but so is the Smart TV craze. Thing is, why bother when devices like the new Favi SmartStick lets you turn any HD TV into a fully-functioned Smart TV for under £60?  Read more
September 26th, 2012
Barnes & Noble has been in the eReader game for a while now, albeit more in the US than anywhere else. Now that Amazon is spreading its reach with a UK launch for its Kindle Fire tablets, though, it’s no surprise to see the company’s biggest rival following suit. And we mean really following suit: meet the Nook HD (right) and Nook HD+ (on the left). Read more

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