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CSR2 preview – CSR Racing sequel set to speed onto iOS and Android

The original CSR Racing game was a big hit on mobile. After its release in 2012, it quickly sped to $12m of monthly revenues – a startling amount at the time, although less so now with More »

Local World builds an app to reinvent the spirit of evening newspapers

Remember evening newspapers? Well, regional publisher Local World is putting the evening back into the news cycle with a new app for 10 of its daily titles. It’s an attempt to go back to the future More »

Roger Moore backs children's fairytales app in aid of Unicef

“I had one of the first Apple computers, God knows how many years ago, maybe 30 years ago, when it all started. And I could dictate into the machine, and I dictated swear words, it would More »

Samsung keyboard bug leaves 600m Android devices exposed to hackers

A vulnerability in Samsung’s Android keyboard installed on over 600m devices worldwide could allow hackers to take full control of the smartphone or tablet. The security bug revolves around the update mechanism of the built-in keyboard, More »

Found a bug in Android? Google will pay you up to $40,000 to tell it

Google will start to pay security researchers who find bugs in its Android devices a reward of up to $40,000 (£25,600), in the first extension of its bug bounty programme to the mobile operating system. The More »

Withings Activité and Activité Pop now offer automatic swim tracking

Withings has announced that swim tracking is now available on the Activité and the Activité Pop. Just in time for the summer to start here in the UK, the stylish activity trackers from Withings are, according to the company, the first devices to automatically... go to source

Best GoPro: Which GoPro should you choose?

GoPro has been expanding its line-up of action cameras to fend off an increasingly busy end of the gadget market. With the likes of Sony, Panasonic, TomTom and even mobile phone network EE looking to get in on the action, it's never been a busier time... go to source

Canon EOS 750D review: Revered mid-ranger

Canon is testing the water with its latest DSLR cameras. The EOS 750D, which updates the earlier 700D mid-ranger from 2013, is also joined by the ever-so-slightly higher specification 760D, giving more choice to customers. Or just adding more confusion.... go to source

Drive smarter with the ExoMount Touch universal car mount

Going hands-free when you want to use your phone while you’re driving is a must - and it’s never been easier than with the ExoMount Touch universal car mount. Pick it up now at Pocket-lint Deals for $19.99 (£13), a savings of 33 per cent. The ExoMount... go to source

Review: HP Pro Slate 12

Review: HP Pro Slate 12

IntroductionIf you're in the market for a large format, professional tablet that looks great, performs well and won't break the bank, the HP Pro Slate 12 ($529, £349, or AUS$646) is a solid option.Competing against other business tablets, like the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 ($700, £437, AU$800) and the ...

Review: Jawbone UP2

Review: Jawbone UP2

Introduction and DesignPutting the technical guts of a gadget into a newer, shinier body is a long-held tradition in the consumer technology industry. While the UP2 looks a lot like the UP3 in terms of its newer wristband design, from a feature perspective it's almost entirely the same as the ...

The Rook is EE's £49 4G handset

EE has announced a new addition to its bird-named handsets with the launch of the Rook. The Rook joins the line-up that includes the Harrier and Harrier Mini, but this model is available for just £49 for new customers, or £39 for existing customers.... go to source

HTC Aero: Everything we know about HTC's next hero phone

HTC's last two flagships released with nearly indentical designs, but now, for the first time in a couple of years, it's getting ready to break away from tradition and launch a new smartphone line. Or at least that's what all the latest reports, rumours,... go to source