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Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year

Google will begin testing an alternative to passwords next month, in a move that could do away with complicated logins for good. The new feature, introduced to developers at the company’s I/O conference, is called the More »

Cashless Britain advances as contactless and debit cards thrive

Britain has passed another milestone on the path to a cashless society, with 2015 the first year that cash was used for less than half of all payments by consumers. Cash usage will be eclipsed by More »

Google I/O 2016: from Allo to Daydream, what you need to know

Google I/O is the biggest date in the firm’s calendar: it’s the conference where it gets everyone together in one big room (actually, this year it was a tent) in California to reveal all the cool More »

Can Britney Spears succeed in mobile games where Katy Perry failed?

In 2015, global music sales were $15bn (£10.3bn). Yet the three biggest mobile games companies alone – Supercell, King and GungHo Online – made $5.6bn between them, out of an estimated $30.4bn for the overall mobile More »

Android Pay launches in the UK to rival Apple and Samsung Pay

Google’s contactless smartphone payment system Android Pay has finally launched in the UK with support for MasterCard and Visa cards from at least eight banks. The service, which requires the Android Pay app, a smartphone running More »

Review: Klipsch Reference X6i in-ear headphones

Review: Klipsch Reference X6i in-ear headphones

Klipsch might be most well-known for its stellar loudspeakers but, if you've never seen them, the audio-loving company also makes a seriously great line of headphones that shouldn't be ignored. Klipsch recently refreshed its aforementioned line of in-ear headphones, including its top-of-the-line Reference range, which includes four models ranging from ...

Review: Updated: Office 2016

Review: Updated: Office 2016

Introduction and latest news[Editor's Note: What immediately follows is a short rundown of each major version of Office 2016, as well as information on the latest developments for the app suite. If you'd like to get right to our critique of Office 2016, click right here.]Microsoft Office is a lot ...

Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year

Google will begin testing an alternative to passwords next month, in a move that could do away with complicated logins for good. The new feature, introduced to developers at the company’s I/O conference, is called the Trust API, and will initially be tested with “several very large financial institutions” in June, ...

Will.i.am made these vinyl-inspired earbuds you can only buy from Apple

Ever want a pricey pair of Bluetooth earphones that are designed to look like vinyl records? Well, now's your chance... Musician Will.i.am has released a pair under his "i.am+" tech brand. They're called EPs, and initial sales of the earphones are exclusive... go to source

Google gives its Nexus Player the axe

Good luck trying to find a Nexus Player after today. Google has quietly stopped direct sales of its set-top box, meaning you'll have to buy it from third-party retailers that still have some stock left. The Nexus Player can no longer be found on the Google... go to source

Now Apple is thought to be making an Amazon Echo-like speaker with Siri

Amazon Echo has been doing so well that not only Google wants to copy it but now Apple as well. Amazon recently admitted that it's having trouble keeping Echo in stock due to high demand. It also launched two additional versions of the Bluetooth-enabled... go to source

Gululu is a drink-tracking water bottle with a built-in virtual pet for kids

Remember Tamagotchi or Giga Pet? Well, one company is hoping to bring back the digital-pet trend, but this time in the form of a water bottle. Bowhead Technology also wants to make the chore of drinking water into a game for kids, so it invented Gululu... go to source

Brian May makes any smartphone VR ready with his Owl Stereoscope

Brian May is a legend for being Queen's lead guitarist, but Doctor Brian May is an astrophysicist and former maths teacher with a passion for 3D. This love has birthed his Owl Stereoscope that holds any smartphone, allowing it to become a 3D virtual reality... go to source