Phones, drones, tablets, wearables, robots…
Here's why it's worth giving up a weekend of Netflix to build something
The ideal commuter's phone
5 more things to buy for people you like
5 things to buy for people you like
Magic tech Play-Doh
Now you have to get out of bed. Sorry.
Also amazing value
You can do it 💪
It happens a lot more than it should
Did you really just tell us to hide our identities?
When was the last time your mum changed her maiden name?
Since you won't answer our emails, here's an open letter
Why does this keep happening?
No hormones, no pills and no implants - but does it work?
A little Ray of sunshine in the women's wearable world
Applications are open for aspiring women in tech
From the experts at LastPass
Is this the real life? Is this just HTC?
Finally, those weird little leather tags on your bag DO something
"It's like I've really got a swan round my neck!"
The Human Compass is a pretty rubbish superhero though
Sink or swim
2 million more things to do with the Pi?
Step into someone else's shoes
Some good and bad ideas this time
Ugh, so many questions
Style and substance
$11 billion well spent?
Oh how the tables have turned
A headline we should never have to write
Don't blame me, officer. I was just watching a movie
Let them scream into the void
Hit and runs will be weird
We could soon travel from London to Sydney in two hours
"O! It's going to rain later so take your umbrella before you leave."
No tools required
"Mirror mirror on the wall, who has the best contouring of them all?"
"You just come along with me and have a good time. The Galaxy's a fun place. You'll need to have this fish in your ear."
And you can access it for free
Imagine cleaning dishes without ever having to touch the gross water
We're not sure
Take your iPhoneography to the next level
You could customise the flavours and textures
Stylish and safe
Literally switch to the fast lane
Sounds pretty cool to us
You really don't want to miss the letter P from that name
Part rucksack, part electric skateboard, part kitchen sink
And you don't need anything more specialist than a screwdriver
A powerful PC and IoT board that fits in your palm
We're getting slightly closer to mainstream
No more annoying switching between apps
It even does handstands
"Open the pod bay doors, Viv"
Cyborgs are already among us
It just needs a Grand Theft Auto tie-in for cop chases
The best of both worlds
We'll take enough to create a cocoon, please
How to get set up and use everyone's favourite tiny computer
Ford is spending big to show they're as much a software company as a car manufacturer
It allows patients to face their fears in a safe space
Let's give the Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard some love
A building block for professional iPhoneography
It's about time your vacuum cleaner got special powers
Find small smartwatch screens annoying? You might like this
It takes inner strength to a whole new level
Technology is bringing music creation to more people
Following the Apple cliché, it just works
We'd stand for hours in the rain if it meant occupying the same space as Totoro
They call it GeoOrbital, we're calling it the Sonic attachment
Apple claims the iPad can replace a laptop and these apps help their case
Or you can procrastinate and recreate Isengard
No keyboards or mice here, only the weird and wonderful
10 out of 10 for photos in dingy bars
You can do that holiday photo presentation anywhere now
They take hair seriously
A great move for introducing the tech to the public
Don't forget to print a helmet
Got some admin you need done? Here's your chance
Google can read our minds
The scented candle gets an update
It'll stay with you
1g of DNA could store 1 billion terabytes of data
You miss their loving presence, they miss the treats you give
But the price might make your hair curl
NXROBO are making a lot of promises but will they deliver?
We even turned our musical instruments into instruments
We're calling it the ET experience
Yet another way for computers to make us feel inferior
An actual Wall-E might be cheaper though
0 to 10% iPhone battery in 2 and a half minutes
Showing the Pi Zero some love
There's a reason they put a case in the box
Fun fact: Poison Ivy's phone has never lost charge
Selfies are a bit scary
It's the circuit of life
For your tiniest DIY project needs
Will there be anything left for drivers to do?
Up your Instagram game
Depth perception for all
No more 'close enough' colour matches
Okay everyone, say 'please don't let this thing snap!'
The Commodore 64 thinks this is so 1982
It's dangerous to brush alone! Take this
The Internet of (Living) Things
Let's turn it off at Christmas, yeah?
The dramatic ad is sexist GOLD
Don't live your life at the mercy of your uterus
Record subscription service Wax & Stamp give us their best tips
"OK, Google, schedule an appointment to get my life together at noon"
Nothing is safe from the Internet of Things
We've reached peak smartphone
Please be real
Analogue photography isn't dead yet
Don't worry, you won't have to text in rhyming couplets
It's disturbingly like Rover from The Prisoner
Didn't expect that, did you?
It's too expensive for casual users but professionals will need to buy extras
Track anyone you like for under a fiver
It's a Swiss Army dock for iOS
Dead trees have never been more expensive
Cleaning is rarely fun so at the very least it has to be easy
Come on, house fixtures. Keep up!
A much needed reminder that it's not all straight white men
Invisible wearables + inclusivity = ?
Will also get you irrationally excited about hinges
A way to provide customer service without visiting the store
What a time to be alive
There really is an app for everything
It's probably more efficient than a bat signal
Take the road less travelled
You can't smash the glass ceiling if you can't even get your foot in the door
"Old is the new new"
Definitely not inspired by Donald Trump
It's not a Star Wars hologram but it's a step in the right direction
Great for those with Alpine Ibex goat levels of addiction
Seriously, why hasn't it always been this way?
Technically a tweet can now consist of over 500 characters
No, we're not doing April Fools early
Give us a VR-connected hoodie and you might never see us again
Completely waterproof and completely timeless
The development of robots doesn't have to end in the apocalypse
"What is thy bidding, my master?"
The S6 was superb. This is superber.
Purists might wish it was more about the car though
Get up close and personal with the work of Bruegel
Nerds on a plane
That's a headline we never thought would happen
It's cheap because you probably have half the printer in your pocket already
Think before you post
A compromise between digital and paper print
Eventually the Uber staff will consist solely of Travis Kalanick
Bring. It. On
We were only supposed to choose one competition winner but it was too hard
Makeup with everyone in mind
This could mean big things for the growth of the animation industry
It doesn't have to be hand-written to be personal
The Swiss Army Button
Gone are the days of enduring human contact for pizza
Bring spare underwear
Record 3D animated holograms in real environments
THE WAY IS SHUT
Sometimes less is more (not cake though)
Put down the drill and wires, no need to mangle your lovely guitar now!
Don't just wait for the status updates. Reach out.
Multifocals will be a speck on the horizon. A speck you'll still be able to see
Trump isn't the only US disaster we should be watching
These things require a game plan
Blinds manufacturers everywhere gasp
Pretending a problem isn't there doesn't tend to work
It turns out safety clothes don't have to be ugly
It's like playing a real guitar but without looking cool
It's definitely the cutest block of wood we've ever seen
This just in: Brits worrying
Freeform gesture passwords could be the best way to secure your device
Bring your axe into the 21st century
Could this be the fire truck of the future?
The world's most affordable laptop, assuming you have a smartphone
Keep your eyes off the road
Let your ears breathe
It's the Swiss Army Knife of rucksacks
We're painting ours like 4 little BB-8s
Well, we walked to the launch event
34% faster to be exact
The concept was always marred by the creepy presentation
It turns out we really aren't better than AI after all
Now you can show off your true colours at the Triwizard Tournament
Keep one eye open at all times
Because we all know comments sections are places of kindness
Perfect for a workout with minimal social interaction
Can you tell where to eat from tweets?
Two "mumpreneurs" are using tech to reduce food waste
The new Pi is 50% faster and has wireless connectivity
I can't believe I'm fangirling over a toothbrush
Nobody wants to be left behind when the world goes driverless
It's business time
Hey Siri, drive me to the nearest car-charging unit
Foot tap your way to full charge
The connectivity won't be limited to top-end models
And it's pretty to boot
Cool tech is always a good way to trick kids into education
Oh and it boosts your battery too
Right angles are so last week
Why did you think that would be a good idea?
One cable to rule them all
Wireless charging, wireless speaker, Wi-Fi extender, Youmo does it all
The £30 computer is better than ever
Not everyone takes the hint of pruning fingers
Google believe they're close to releasing their modular handset
"Let me explain a few things, boo"
Or you could buy a pencil and notepad
Home automation enthusiasts rejoice!
Yay for accessibility and tech
No, it doesn't make everyone naked
It's the smartphone version of a power nap
We must never let the future robots see these videos
You can even send your own calls to it
This could be the first router we don't want to throw out the window
No more falling into YouTube black holes
Hopefully Apple overlooks the design similarities
And none of them will cost you a penny
It just wants to help and probably not take over the world
But without the cloaking. And that face. Ew.
They're weird, geeky, and unique. A bit like you.
Or so we herd
We tapped on everything so you don't have to
Your constant desk-tapping will be infinitely more impressive
Prepare for 360-degree unboxing videos
We assume their diamond shoes are also too tight
We've been playing with it, and we're smitten
Contactless payment: almost as fun as making things rhyme
Sun, sand and smartphones
Rehabilitation wearables could mean faster, more effective, and lower cost recoveries
I'm thinking of so many pranks involving creepy old toys
Good, I was getting tired of carrying giant panels around with me
We'd be tempted to test that
You'll need a 3D printer though
"Unless parents and educators can make it fun, kids are never going to stick with it"
A picture is worth a thousand words
BB-8 can't repair your fighter but will charge your devices and be unbearably cute
No more frantically reaching for buttons when I finally get to the cashier
The minimalist in me is intrigued
Technology goes out on a limb for clean air
Fold up your clothes AND your suitcase
Teaching self-compassion to combat self-criticism
"We definitely don’t think that every woman would want to wear the same thing"
THE FUTURE IS EXCITING
Who knew they were sticklers for etiquette?
It has a follow mode, so I'll be taking it to work every day
The little computer that could
It's promising all of the highs with none of the lows
You can't be a Jedi but maybe you can be a moisture farmer
The 2nd gen is an improvement but not where it matters
You'd never guess this phone cost £190
OK Google, who's the fairest of them all?
We're more interested in specs than sparkles, actually
“One day, you will be old enough to start reading fairytales again.”
C.S. Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia
Sure, she's a great beatboxer, but she's also so much more
On Macs and/or PCs ?
It brings new meaning to the phrase "hot under the collar"
Brace yourselves for the "who's driving this thing?" jokes
It's simple but effective
Now you can stop fearing all your possessions are meeting a fiery end in your absence
Would you trust an algorithm with your style?
Seriously, what is the point of a 16GB phone?
FIVE MORE MINUTES, MUM
You know it's a connected world when bikes are reporting sightings of stolen brethren
And if it's late, it's free
Quickly capture those moments of inspiration
Is emotion-tracking the new fitness-tracking?
I've always dreamed of right-clicking in Android
Breaking news: not everything is about you, guys
I'll be performing as The Gadgettes, obviously
I now regret that extra doughnut
Multiple Apple Watches can now be paired to your iPhone. Yay...?
Once app thinks so
That escalated quickly
Hopefully it doesn't go the way of Ello
"Most people are intrigued and find it to be a compliment"
Go forth and achieve your squad goals
Who needs a valentine when you've got VR?
Presumably like a scene from "Cars". Only the cars don't have teeth.
Unfortunately, I can't get "wearable wearables" to stick
Let's get mouldy
Because of course it does
Maybe sometimes it lies just so it can have a day out
Not recommended for Stephen King novels
Even more room for activities
That's not at all creepy, is it?
Blasting forth with four-part harmony
Because science is beautiful
We're going to need one immediately
Stylish, functional, affordable - this could be our favourite tracker yet
VR that gets you fit? THE DREAM
Now you can print out your reaction GIFs and just hand them to people
They're not resting on their laurels after the Nexus 6P
It's about as close as you'll get to using the Force
Prepare to look like a weirdo
Sadly they're pretty purr-icey
Can't stop looking at screen, send help
It's about more than the headset
We're talking serious immersion
2016 is off to a promising start
We wood like one
You can even use it for slideshows
"Putting a cheap keyboard on your iPad is like bolting steel rims to your Porsche"
Make mornings smell like chocolate
Tested on a 9 hour flight to Vegas
"Does it ever get boring?"
SELF-DRIVING CARS! VIRTUAL REALITY! ROBOTS!
This is going to bankrupt me
Because playing ‘would you rather’ with drunken strangers is how friendships are born
Huawei's Nexus is an outstanding first effort
So of course we tried it out
Baby, it's cold outside (and heating is expensive)
Microsoft's oversized flagship comes with some not-insignificant issues
Don't sweat the small stuff
It could also be the missing piece in your Phantom of the Opera costume
From hug suits to Strictly
It's the phone we never knew we were waiting for
Elegant visual effects for a more civilised age
iTunes vouchers ain't gonna cut it this year, pal
We’ve got whozits and whatzits galore
Make an offering at the temple that is their body
...and you won't care at all
It's in April!
Is there a head-to-toe version?
Twitter strongly disagrees
Surprisingly customisable little 'phones for under £50
Get ready to relax
Next is sometime in 2016
OMG, it's full of stars
Stand shoulder to 360-degree camera with some of the world's greatest performers
That's Christmas shopping for your dog taken care of
An app-based quiz that could save your life rather than while it away
Holly Renee's STEM-inspired clothing is our new favourite geek chic
Take the first step in your journey to becoming a cyborg
Frying pans that don't wirelessly connect to your smartphone are so 2014
It's like a really slow acting self-destruct button
We so wanted to love this phone
Molecular scissors are a thing, and they could save your life
Come and work with us
The IZIVIBE is basically a phone case dildo
Black Sapphire Steel?
They've found something brighter than tangerine orange
And it's harder to lose them than you'd think
But looking at it makes us think "that's not okay."
Be the hipster of the wearable world
You can practically touch the cats
And you still need a bloody invite to buy one
"It's going to change the way we digest information and interact with the world."
Drag your favourite old watch kicking and screaming into the future
Not in a metaphorical way, either
It is not, however, an iTV
The World Health Organisation estimates that 350 million people have depression, making it the biggest cause of disability in the world
Remind us why a taxi app is renting out live animals, again?
Giant tablets are a thing now
Or at least Team HTC
Is that a challenge, Motorola?
They get us straight to our front doors. But are cab apps really making women safer?
Amazon have stopped taking the Henry Ford approach
"Apart from childbirth, it's hard to think of anything a robot cannot easily replicate."
"So arrives the enticing Daphne, slaughterer of spiders"
Ideal for Tinder, eBay, Gumtree, definitely nothing dodgy
Yes - if you weren't already using an iPhone 6
"No one mention the iPhone. I did once, but I think I got away with it"
I'll be Matt Bellamy in no time
And it's TICKLY
But don't expect much 4K content
#NeverSettle for bad marketing
Fountain pens, someone still loves you
Are you really friends if your jewellery doesn't interact?
Finally, some jeggings we actually want
Gone are the days of finding your headphones tangled at the bottom of your bag
Not a diamanté in sight
Are you sitting up straight right now? Didn't think so.
Huawei hardware + stock Android = dream team
You could get your caffeine hit even faster
Cables be gone!
Apparently they didn't get the memo
You'll be able to go to the cinema in your pyjamas
No masseuse? No problem
Not quite as funny as the Pencil, mind you
This is not the future we were promised
And it's got a whole new wardrobe
Spoiler: they're pretty good!
Flexible displays have been around for a while now, maybe it's time
Why would anyone want that?
We're all doomed
Hopefully the next step is putting the clothes directly on you
Get a VR headset delivered to your hotel room. The future is now.
And you can go swimming in the matching watch
Wood + tech = sold
Hey Siri, tell us a new one
Oh hi, super-long WhatsApp messages
Printers have been taking up our precious space for too long
Not necessarily practical, but definitely cool
It's so big, they're not even sure what to call it
I forgot to delete my fingerprint so that phone's useless now
Certainly got our attention
But does anyone care about 4K?
It's not all doom and gloom
Last-minute romantic shenanigans are also covered
It's looking like a bargain at £250
Touchscreens are old news
Anything to pass those monotonous commutes
Qualcomm and Cyanogen lend their muscle to the launch
There's an app for everything... except finding apps
This has to happen
It crowdfunded its $10,000 target in just 24 hours
Seems like a pretty good product, but what the hell is that advert?
There's even one for Linux
Wraparound wearables? Yes please
If the answer's yes, workplaces may have to provide cake
Commitment for the digital age
The phone with a name as big as its screen
Porn stars, producers and programmers tell us what lies ahead in the immersive world of virtual reality porn. (It gets racy).
2015: A freelancing odyssey
Cool curves, but is it too much cash?
Open the Pandora’s Box of great-looking tech
The personal assistant for your email now has an app for iOS and Apple Watch
I can see clearly now the rain has been computationally removed
It’s not quite walking and it’s not quite a car, therefore WalkCar!
"How YOU doin'?"
That face <3
So weird. So cool.
Lazy videographers rejoice
What if your bra could deliver your medicine?
Headsets on for the inaugural Kaleidoscope VR Film Festival
Triggers, routines and rewards: understanding the basics of habit-building in the age of the Fitbit
Where we're going we don't need roads. But we will need an expensive metal skatepark
You had us at hashtag hello
100 words is all it takes
Over 200 people queued for five minutes with this phone
Silicon Valley set to shake up gender imbalance
Sod the reviews, what do you REALLY want from a wearable?
And yes, it's a heck of a lot better than 8
Planes, trains, and air conditioners
These exciting new businesses are transforming online shopping
The £400m eSports industry is set to implement anti-doping tests
It's got tough competition this time round, though
Say goodbye to the evil black sidebars
Short and long-term solutions to that ever-present problem
We're sure you can guess the answer
And no, it’s not Evernote again
If only the England edition followed suit
Like the Hunger Games, but more geeky and less stabby
The Woodpuck gets a caffeine infusion
Avoid knocks and scrapes in style
Written almost entirely on tube trains
So you can stay well outside the box
Some humorous -- and not so humorous -- examples of Google Maps shenanigans
The Story Pill Platform could save lives and money
Escape the monotony of a 24-month contract
No excuses anymore for lobster like burn
Upgrade those Instagrams with some cool visual tricks from other photo apps
Petals raised £8,000 after being refused government funding
Anki Overdrive's AI robot cars are our new favourite toys
A little racism, a little sexism, and a little Bluetooth speaker
Cue a virtual supermarket sweep
Putting style before substance proves lucrative for the chip maker
Chrome TouchBot for president
New ways to help you take care of yourself
What's will.i.am been spouting off about this year?
We’re not just talking Google Maps here, people
No more email meltdowns
It can sing, dance and even take a selfie with you
All you had to do was pay
Her new Bebionic Small Hand is one of the most realistic robotics ever created
We’ve only been waiting since February
Why making apps for iPhones first is a strange kind of social engineering
Meet the world’s first throw-and-shoot camera
From canine cameras to bedroom gizmos, we’ve rounded up the latest innovations in the world of wearable tech
2014’s LG G3 was one of the Android greats. The same cannot be said of its successor, bafflingly dressed in stitched cow