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What is the Future of Electric Cars?

Electric cars have been a recent addition to the automotive market that is only just going mainstream, with the likes of the second generation Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius and the range of cars from Tesla: most notably the Model 3. There is a lot of hype surrounding electric cars that they are the future of the automotive industry. To some ...

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5 Must Have Tech Products of 2017

Although we are over a month into 2018, never has it been a better time to look back at the previous year and assess what were the top picks for tech products of the year. It is far too common for people to see new products released and just admire them. With this, here are the 5 tech products that ...

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3 Exciting Nintendo Switch Games For the Future

It’s already been a year that the Nintendo Switch has been out there and it is safe to say that it shocked everyone how successful the games console has become. Even though it has many drawbacks, such as the 720p screen, poor battery life and a low selection of games compared to Sony and Microsoft, the fact it can ‘switch’ ...

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The Latest and Greatest Samsung Galaxy S9 Rumours

With the Samsung Galaxy S8 released last year on 21st April 2017, we are only a couple of months away from Samsung revealing their next flagship smartphone and first of 2018: the S9. Of course, rumors are just rumors with many of them without any strong evidence supporting them (just speculation). However, considering the way Samsung work on smartphones and ...

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What to Expect with Virtual Reality in 2018

Virtual reality is an exciting technology that is still relatively new, being only a few years old. A headset that users can wear which transport them to any realm or game is something that has revolutionized gaming. Already, there are VR headsets to turn a smartphone into a VR headset. There is the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and the PlayStation ...

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3 Highlights to CES 2018

It is the start of 2018 which only means one thing for those interested in technology. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is well under way in Las Vegas which brings with it a whole range of different new and exciting technology to share and show with the public. With this, here are three highlights to CES 2018.     #1 ...

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4 Elements to Look for in Smartphones 2018

Although CES 2018 is well under way in Las Vegas, a lot of the main smartphone manufacturers, such as Apple, Samsung, LG, Huawei, Sony, OnePlus and more release their flagship smartphones at later times throughout the year, usually apart from one another to increase the publicity of the launch. 2017 turned out to be the year of bezel-less smartphones. What ...

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3 Tips Android Wear 2.0 Users Can Make Note Of

It was nearly three years ago, in March 2014, that Android Wear was first released to the public as a way of linking a smartwatch to your Android (and iPhone) smartphone. Android Wear 2.0 was released back in February 2017 with some pretty big changes to how the user interface was going to be for Android Wear smartwatches. The cards ...

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Must Have Games for Playstation VR

Virtual reality is something that is going to dominate 2018 gaming like we have never seen before. The ability to immerse yourself into any game is something that takes gaming to a whole new level. There are now even hyper-reality kits which allow you to interact with the real world, such as what The Void is doing right night. With ...

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What to Look for in a Smartphone Camera 2017

Smartphone cameras have come a long way in the past decade. Ten years ago, it was a privilege to have a smartphone with a camera. Nowadays, we expect cameras to work almost as good as traditional DSLR cameras. If this is the case, there are lots of features smartphone cameras can have which make them good in some areas, and ...

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