Gadgets

This gadget helps steal cars

A device that lets thieves steal cars that use key fobs has been identified by a watchdog group in the US.

Smartwatch pioneer shuts down

Pebble will stop selling and promoting its line of smartwatches after the company was bought by Fitbit.

Remote locking traps car thief

A suspect in a US car theft had a rude awakening when the car he allegedly stole seemed to take on a life of its own.

Why Fitbit is beating Apple Watch

Fitbit appears to have had the right idea from the start. It is geared toward a particular use - exercise.

Review: Google Wifi

Google has just released its new wi-fi system that's built around so-called "mesh" networking technology.

Samsung may drop headphone port

A report says dropping of the 3.5mm port would allow the new Galaxy phones to be thinner.

Why 3D printing failed

​The 3D printing bubble has burst, with part of the blame placed on unrealistic expectations.

Oculus controllers make a difference

Everything feels different when your arm and hand movements are reflected into the digital world.

Beacons making a comeback

After failing to take off in shops, beacons are starting to be used more with banks and airports.

Robot can do your laundry

The refrigerator-size device can not only wash and dry garments, but also sort and fold.

Nokia phones poised for comeback

Success will require stealing business from Apple, Samsung and other players in a cut-throat industry.

Review: Apple Watch Nike+

The new Apple Watch Nike+ is trying to do something other fitness trackers aren't: be your buddy.

Review: Huawei Mate 9

They say size matters. It definitely does when it comes to Huawei's latest XXL-sized phablet, the Mate 9. 

'Rifle' can take down drones

The DroneGun isn't meant for drone hobbyists or their vengeful neighbours.

Review: Sony Xperia XZ

Sony's new flagship smartphone is a great device, but it faces fierce competition.

MacBook Pro: Sleek but frustrating

The new Macbook Pro is a step towards a future many of us aren't quite ready for.

Megaphone shouts other languages

Panasonic has made an intelligent megaphone that can issue commands in Chinese, English and Korean.

The challenges of Apple Glass

Apple would have to convince users that their new glasses are easy to use and will not lead us into brick walls.

Apple may launch curved iPhone

The curved screen is among several prototypes Apple requested from suppliers for the next iPhone.

How Apple lost China

After initially making good progress, Apple has been shunted aside by two phone companies who came out of nowhere.

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