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Review: Nest Learning Thermostat

Introduction Nest has been making the headlines as the new hot tech for houses and was probably one of the reasons why Apple launched the HomeKit project at WWDC 2014. Its eponymous product is a connected thermostat that promises to cut your heating bills by learning how your household

Hands-on review: Adidas FitSmart

With the launch of the FitSmart, Adidas is trying to attack a new segment of the market. Having made an initial attempt on the wearables market with the running-focused SmartRun, this cheaper model is looking for the more casual exercise-ist. The price is lower, for one. In the UK

Hands-on review: UPDATED: Razer Nabu SmartBand

E3 2014 hands-on Updated: We tested a new Razer Nabu Smartband prototype at E3 2014 and talked with CEO Min-Liang Tan in a video interview. The Razer Nabu is rolling out to early developers right now and then to beta testers on July 10, but it’s a little different

Review: Tado

Installation and set-up Tado is an internet-connected thermostat that promises to save you, on average, 26% on your heating costs. It does this by automatically adjusting your heating according to whether you’re at home or away, taking into account the weather forecast and how long your home typically takes

Review: Fitbit Force review

Fitbit has always been a few pedometer steps ahead of other activity tracking devices, but like the average person’s fitness routine, Fitbit One and Fitbit Flex were still a work in progress. It was easy to be excited about in the beginning, but hard to stick with. Ironically, that’s

Review: Jawbone Up24 review

The smart and sporty Jawbone Up24 is the most fashionable, lightweight and comfortable fitness tracking wearable you can buy, and it has a beautiful app to match. Its activity and sleep tracking internals are also just about as brainy as the Fitbit Force and Nike FuelBand SE. Some functionality

Hands-on review: TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio

As impressed as we were with the TomTom Runner and Multi-Sport, it was obvious at the time that there was plenty of room for improvement. A year later and TomTom is refreshing its watches with the new "Cardio" versions, which bring all the familiar features of the first two

Hands-on review: Olloclip 4-in-1 iPhone lens

Believe it or not, there’s a world of iPhone photography beyond food, cats and one’s own face. The iPhone 5 has a shockingly capable camera, and since the iPhone 5S can shoot 120fps for quality slow motion, so there’s potential for real visual drama. But if you wan’t an