Nike’s no stranger to the wearable tech game, and following on from the launch of its latest FuelBand SE and Nike+Sportwatch with TomTom, the sports giant is going it alone with a brand new smartwatch that aimed at taking on Adidas, Samsung and Sony’s wearable offerings – and it should be helping you break a sweat next year!
A new DigiTimes report states that Nike is planning launching a new…Read more
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Thought Amazon Prime’s next-day delivery was good? Wait until you see what the giant e-tailer has up its sleeves next! Say hello to Amazon Prime Air, a new delivery service revealed by CEO Jeff Bezos that aims to transport your package through the air with a drone in 30 minutes or less. It sounds absolutely crazy, but it’s not April Fools, but it could just work for Amazon – here’s why.
With Christmas coming up, you’ll likely see plenty of tablets or phones tucked under the tree, but you might not be there all the time to sort out the tech woes when things go wrong. Now you can be your family’s tech support wherever you are thanks to brand new app Zikk, which lets you remotely change settings on a new Android gadget over the web just like Amazon’s Mayday feature in the new Kin…Read more
The Oppo N1, the Android smartphone with a roating camera, was scheduled to be touching down at some point in December, and now the Chinese phone maker has followed through with a release date as soon as next week! Will you be getting snappy with it?
Oppo’s latest 5.9-inch blower is the first phone to come complete with a swivelling 13-megapixel camera that can rotate around 206 degrees, let…Read more
Black Friday – the day after Thanksgiving – is one of the biggest shopping days in the US, and nowadays plenty of UK retailers offer gadgets at vastly reduced prices. Like this little lot, for example.
John Lewis is offering 40% off the Samsung Galaxy Camera. While it usually sells for £329.95, today only you can pick it up for just £199. John Lewis also has a stack of other offers, includ…Read more
PS4 launches, two new budget blowers arrive, and Nokia names the date for its big-screen devices: Gadget Digest
It’s Friday, it’s Christmas – well, almost – and it’s lunchtime. You know what that means. Time for our Gadget Digest! We’ve rounded up the week’s biggest news in bite-size morsels for your delectation. Dig in!
PS4 hits the UK
Two weeks after it went on sale in the US – and a week after Microsoft’s Xbox One came to the UK – Sony’s PlayStation 4 has finally reached these shores. And it…Read more
The HTC One is getting a refresh! HTC’s flagship blower is getting another SIM card slot, as well as a microSD card slot to add extra storage. One of the best Android handsets around just got better!
Slotting in another SIM card will be handy if you’re going abroad and want to use a local SIM, to avoid hefty call charges. Plus you can still access your home numbers in case you need to call p…Read more
Nokia’s first tablet will go on sale next week. The Finnish phone firm has announced its Lumia 2520 slate PC will hit shop shelves on Wednesday, December 4. It’ll cost £399.99, and will be exclusive to John Lewis at first.
We knew the tablet was coming sometime before Christmas, but this is the first we’ve heard of an exact date.
The 10.1-inch slate is equipped for 4G, and has a 6.7-mega…Read more
The PlayStation 4 went on sale at midnight, with Game stores flinging open their doors to flog the console. Some fans had queued since Tuesday afternoon to get a place in the PS4 Lounge in Covent Garden, which was selling consoles on a first-come, first-served basis.
The console sold out in plenty of retailers, though Game got some fresh launch day stock yesterday. It still has some console…Read more