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Never miss an unmissable moment, thanks to the 4GEE Capture Cam

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Mar 2016

Never miss an unmissable moment, thanks to the 4GEE Capture Cam

Sponsored: Introducing the 4GEE Capture Cam The Capture Cam from EE is the world’s first wearable 4G connected camera – it goes wherever you go. This isn’t any normal camera – far from it. The 4GEE Capture Cam allows you to stream footage direct from your mobile device, thanks to the power of the EE network and live-streaming app Skeegle. The footage you shoot on...

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How to improve Apple Watch battery life

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Aug 2015

How to improve Apple Watch battery life

Never be without the time again The Apple Watch has been on our wrist for several months now, and the good news is that battery life isn’t as bad as Tim Cook first led us to believe. But there’s still room for improvement, and if you find yourself regularly running out of juice, we’ve got some tips to help. Will you suddenly find yourself with...

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A new Windows 10 Mobile preview is available

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Aug 2015

A new Windows 10 Mobile preview is available

Build 10512 Microsoft has made the next version of Windows 10 Mobile available to testers. The updated preview, Build 10512, features improvements to overall performance, as well as interface changes and bug fixes. One of the main interface changes you will notice is the ability to set Lock screen and background images from within the Windows Photos app. Previously, you had to go into settings...

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This could be BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone

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Aug 2015

This could be BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone

Codename Prague becomes Venice The 2010s have not been so kind to BlackBerry, but the company could be close to readying a phone that could put it back on the map. BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone, codenamed “Venice,” might have just made its debut on Twitter. Back in July, we got our first look at a BlackBerry handset running Android. Or, at least, an artist’s rendering...

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Robots are learning how to be stylish

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Aug 2015

Robots are learning how to be stylish

Humans are pretty good at telling when two pieces of furniture “go” together, stylistically-speaking, but the same task is very hard for robots. That’s changing, thanks to a team of computer scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. They’ve developed an algorithm that lets a computer recognise the style of an object, drawing on observations about style similarity in art history. It uses factors like...

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OS showdown: Windows 10 vs Linux

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Aug 2015

OS showdown: Windows 10 vs Linux

Redmond’s new OS goes toe-to-toe with Linux This article was provided to TechRadar by Linux Format magazine. You can get the printed version here. So the latest iteration of Windows has now been unleashed, and as has become tradition at Linux Format, we pit the Redmond-ian OS mano-a-mano with Linux to determine the ultimate operating system. Of course, in reality this is comparing apples and...

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New iPhone 6S pictures leak off the production line

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Aug 2015

New iPhone 6S pictures leak off the production line

It’s only a month or so until the time of year when Apple traditionally launches new iPhones, and the rumours and leaks are starting to gather pace. For your perusal this weekend we have some shots of the iPhone 6S display rolling off the production line, courtesy of GeekBar. It’s not the most dramatic set of shots we’ve ever seen but it confirms that the...

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How Cortana will change the way you use Windows 10

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Aug 2015

How Cortana will change the way you use Windows 10

Cortana: Search evolved… Search has never been more important. As the information age progresses, and we’re buried under more data, finding what you need quickly is essential. Microsoft knows all about this and has its own search engine, Bing, which has been working through many generations of Windows to improve and enhance desktop search capabilities. With Windows 10, the company has gone one better. Not...

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Watch the Lexus Hoverboard floating in mid-air in a new teaser

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Jul 2015

Watch the Lexus Hoverboard floating in mid-air in a new teaser

Lexus says it has invented a hoverboard — this we already knew. What we haven’t seen is anyone actually riding it. That’s about to change — although not yet. Lexus has revealed a new teaser for its board, to be ridden by skateboarder Ross McGouran in a full unveiling set for August 5, though the new clip still holds back from showing anyone actually using...

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How to get the most out of your NAS

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Jul 2015

How to get the most out of your NAS

We show you how to use some of the more advanced features of your NAS The convenience of having all of you data and media accessible in one place, on a server that requires no management and little configuration is pretty darn great. Most people don’t make the most of their NASs, however. They use them as essentially basic file and media servers when they...

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