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Huawei announces the Ascend P7 Arsenal Edition

  Huawei, Arsenal’s official smartphone partner, has announced the Arsenal Edition of its Ascend P7 smartphone, a perfect choice for any die-hard fan of the team. The 4G handset will come in a sleek black finish with the eponymous cub’s crest mounted on the phone’s rear. Since it’s an Arsenal themed handset, it will come with a true Arsenal experience …

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Tom PritchardHuawei announces the Ascend P7 Arsenal Edition

This jacket lets you listen to your headphones without muffled sound

For those of you with a penchant for hoodies, owning a pair of headphones is a no-win scenario. On one hand you could wear them under your hood, but that’s uncomfortable and annoying. On the other you can wear them over your hood, but at the cost of listening to slightly muffled music. That’s no longer going to be a …

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Tom PritchardThis jacket lets you listen to your headphones without muffled sound

The sapphire glass iPhone 6 screen isn’t quite indestructible

Forget what you’ve read on the internet about sapphire glass being indestructible. A torture test of the supposed display proves that, while it’s far superior to the GorillaGlass display on the iPhone 5S, sapphire glass can still be damaged. The below video shows what is supposed to be an iPhone 6 screen going up against the ultimate scratching tool: sandpaper. …

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Tom PritchardThe sapphire glass iPhone 6 screen isn’t quite indestructible

Five of the best waterproof speakers #SwimmingWeek

Whether its for enhancing your time lounging by the pool, standing in the shower, or sailing across the expanses of the sea, there are a lot of reasons why you’d want to get your hands on a pair of waterproof speakers. You might not be planning on dunking your speakers into the water for extended periods of time, but it’s nice …

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Tom PritchardFive of the best waterproof speakers #SwimmingWeek

HattrickWear is a ridiculous budget alternative to Google Glass

Let’s be honest, the £1,000 price tag attached to Google Glass is far more than most people would be able to afford, and it also makes you look a bit daft. Fortunately you can now get yourself some even stupider looking augmented reality for a fraction of the price. HattrickWear is an extension for your hat that you can pug …

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Tom PritchardHattrickWear is a ridiculous budget alternative to Google Glass

Where to get hold of the Nokia 930 in the UK

A contender for the title of Microsoft’s flagship phone is being released in the UK today, the Nokia 930. Coming with a 5″ full-HD screen, a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, and a 20MP camera, it’s definitely an impressive bit of kit. But where exactly can you get your hands on one? Microsoft has said that the phone will be available from Vodafone, …

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Tom PritchardWhere to get hold of the Nokia 930 in the UK

Sapphire glass might be restricted to high end iPhone 6 models

A lot of people are expecting the iPhone 6 to come with an extra strong sapphire glass screen, despite the high cost of production. Sadly it might just be restricted to the high end versions of the new phone. Which models exactly? NPD seem to think that it’ll be for the 64GB (and above) models of both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch …

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Tom PritchardSapphire glass might be restricted to high end iPhone 6 models

HTC One Mini 2 Review

It’s a growing trend amongst phone manufacturers to release a smaller, cut down version of their flagship handsets and HTC is no exception. Considering the buzz surrounding the HTC One M8, it’s hardly surprising that some people were excited for a smaller, lighter version of the phone. It’s not that much dissimilar to the M8, with a 4.5-inch display and …

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Tom PritchardHTC One Mini 2 Review

HTC One M8 Review – a big leap forward

The original HTC One, or the M7 as it’s now being known, is one of the most popular phones of all time, and really cemented HTCs position as a creator of top tier smartphones. It’s hardly surprising that people were really quite excited for their latest flagship model, and who can blame them when it runs Android 4.4 (KitKat) with a Qualcomm …

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Tom PritchardHTC One M8 Review – a big leap forward

BBC trialling live 4G streaming during the Commonwealth Games

The BBC’s Research and Development Team has announced that it will be trialling new ways of broadcasting television content as part of its coverage of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in order to help shape the future of BBC television. One of the main focuses will be on broadcasting the Games live over EE’s 4G network. Unlike conventional streaming, which requires …

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Tom PritchardBBC trialling live 4G streaming during the Commonwealth Games
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The top five rumours about the Apple iPhone 6

Apple’s much anticipated new handset, referred to as the iPhone 6, is expected to be released sometime later this year, so not surprisingly the internet has been filled with leaks and rumours on what the new device will feature. To help you out, here are the top five things we think we know about the iPhone 6. Image from Mac …

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Tom PritchardThe top five rumours about the Apple iPhone 6

BlackBerry unveils its own Siri-like voice assistant.

BlackBerry has announced that version 10.3 of its mobile operating system will include a voice assistant aptly named BlackBerry Assistant. They might be a little late to the party now that Siri, Google Now, and Cortana all exist, but it’s better late than never. BlackBerry Assistant’s features will include setting voice reminders, and searching through your email and calendar. All …

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Tom PritchardBlackBerry unveils its own Siri-like voice assistant.
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3D printed ice cream is a deliciously difficult achievement

We might be able to 3D print things like sweets and chocolate, but where’s the challenge there? Well students from MIT have gone and solved the problem of 3D printing one of life’s more volatile treats: ice cream. By using a home ice cream maker and a Solidoodle 3D printer, the trio managed to build a device that is not only able …

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Tom Pritchard3D printed ice cream is a deliciously difficult achievement

Three customers will soon have free Wi-Fi on the London Underground

Three has announced that it will follow in the footsteps of competitors EE, Vodafone, and O2, but giving its customers free access to Wi-Fi via the Virgin Media Wi-Fi network that was set up for the 2012 Olympics. According to TechRadar the service will be available at the end of the month, and will let Three customers connect to Wi-Fi …

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Tom PritchardThree customers will soon have free Wi-Fi on the London Underground

Photos of the BlackBerry Passport running Android Apps leak

There’s another thing we can add to the list of what we know about the BlackBerry Passport, now that pictures have leaked of it running Android apps. We knew that future BlackBerry phones would be running Android apps thanks to a deal with Amazon, but this is the first time we’ve actually seen them in action. Fortunately, despite the oddly proportioned screen, …

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Tom PritchardPhotos of the BlackBerry Passport running Android Apps leak
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10 games to look out for: Call of Duty, Assassin Creed, FIFA

Whether you’re the owner of an XBOX, a PS4 or are still playing games on your good old PC, it’s always exciting when there’s the prospect of a new game to get your hands on. With so many out there, however, we’ve narrowed it down to our ultimate top 10 to look out for over the coming months. Call of …

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Paul Crouch10 games to look out for: Call of Duty, Assassin Creed, FIFA

BarkCam helps you take better pictures of your dog

Anyone who’s ever tried to take a picture of a dog (or any household pet for that matter) will know that it isn’t as easy as you might think. They fidget, look around, and never quite stay in the adorable pose you want to capture. BarkCam helps change that, so that your dog’s attention stays focussed on you when you …

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Apple has solved the 5.5-inch iPhone 6′s battery woes

Reports have indicated that Apple has been faced with some serious problems ensuring the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 was thin enough to match its standards without sacrificing the device’s battery life. But apparently that has been solved thanks to a partnership with Taiwanese firm Simplo, which has provided a battery thin and powerful enough to ensure the phone is released on time. …

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Tom PritchardApple has solved the 5.5-inch iPhone 6′s battery woes

Did Amazon leak the iPhone 6′s specs and release date?

The above screenshot was apparently taken from Amazon Japan, detailing the release date and specifications of the upcoming iPhone 6. We don’t know if its real, or if it is that the information is accurate (it could be an elaborate fake), but it seems to match what we’ve heard from rumours and leaks over the past few months. Take that whatever …

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Tom PritchardDid Amazon leak the iPhone 6′s specs and release date?