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10 best apps for kids encouraging real-world play and exploration

This morning, I spent a happy 20 minutes wandering around my back garden taking photos of grass, flowers and trees to decorate a virtual patchwork elephant. I am 37 years old, and not ashamed. The Elmer’s More »

Android apps get new global age-rating system on Google Play store

Google is introducing a new age-rating system for Android apps and games on its Google Play store, while also revealing a new policy of reviewing apps before they are published on the store. The new age-rating More »

Top 5 phablets: Which is the best for big-screen smartphone lovers?

Smartphones are getting bigger, much bigger. Almost all flagship smartphones have screens larger than 5in, while the even bigger phablets are more popular than ever, with good reason. With screens measuring 5.5in and up, phablets have More »

Fitbit Surge review: a fitness tracking watch that's not quite super

The Fitbit Surge is a top of the range “fitness superwatch”, with constant heart rate tracking and GPS but does it really deserve that self-proclaimed “super” prefix? The premium wrist-worn fitness tracker from Fitbit, one of More »

Android Subtle Prompt library

Sometimes the difference between a brilliant feature and one that nobody will use is a simple detail. Not an algorithm, not the quality of the code, nor how easy it can make the life of users. More »

Wow, this is what F1 2015 looks like on PS4 and Xbox One

Codemasters has announced that the long wait for a Formula One game on Xbox One and PS4 is soon to be over. Published by Bandai Namco, F1 2015 will be released on the now current generation consoles in June. In addition, the developer and publisher... go to source

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 edge: What’s the difference?

Samsung announced two flagship Android smartphones at the beginning of March 2015, comprising the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge. The Galaxy S6 will be released on 10 April, while the Galaxy S6 edge will hit the shelves on 24 April, but pre-orders... go to source

Review: Plex

Review: Plex

The streaming media world grows more and more crowded everyday. Between Sling TV, PlayStation Vue and HBO Now, there's no shortage of streaming options as long as you're willing to shell out the cash every month. But what if - and hang in there with me - you want to ...

Review: SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive

Review: SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive

Introduction and performanceSharing content wirelessly is something that is the norm in today's modern society. With our mobile devices, computers, and the cloud, everything is in sync and in a constant stream of access. But what happens if you do not have decent broadband internet access, or you are travelling ...

Breitling B55 smartwatch hands-on: An instrument for pros rather than notifications on the go

"Instruments for Professionals" Breitling's UK MD Gavin Murphy tells Pocket-lint in a behind closed doors fourth floor meeting room on the opulent Breitling Baselworld 2015 stand at the world's biggest watch trade show. Murphy has just showed us the new... go to source

Nexus Player now available in the UK, yours for £79

Google's Nexus Player is now available in the UK, bringing all the entertainment of Android to your TV. The Nexus Player was originally released in the US in November 2014 and has taken its time to cross our shores. The set-top box, built by Asus, was... go to source

New CBBC game for iOS and Android was designed by a 12-year-old

The BBC has released a new game on iPhone, iPad and Android under the CBBC brand that was designed by a 12-year-old. Escargot Escape Artistes was devised by Hampshire resident Alex, who won the CBBC Appsolute Genius competition, and developed by the... go to source

Mondaine Helvetica No 1 hands-on: The Swiss watch just got smarter

The Mondaine Helvetica No 1 smartwatch is the Swiss company's answer to the smartwatch. Yet unlike the Apple Watch, or something from Samsung or LG, the Helvetica No 1 doesn't feature a touchscreen display, doesn't need charging every night, and isn't... go to source