laptops
Razer’s New Cheaper Razer Blade Pro Doesn’t Make Any Damn Sense

There are always going to be people who want a big, powerful laptop. I’m talking about people like developers that want to show off early game builds at trade shows, or stubborn people who simply can’t compromise on performance when they are away from home. But is there any benefit to turning these 17-inch behemoths into something that is thin and light too? Read More >>

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Save £155 on a 1TB Xbox One With Two AAA Games With Our “Pre-E3” Deal of the Day

Good afternoon Giz UK! The gaming expo extravaganza that is E3 is just around the corner and today's top deal is suitably gaming-centric. Read More >>

smartwatches
Never Lose Your Kids Again with Tencent’s Trackable Tot’s Smartwatch

Are you the kind of parent that is forever losing your child? Sick of frantically wandering up and down Tesco’s aisles whilst your kid is stuck in a freezer chest, with only a turkey dinosaur for comfort? Well, Chinese tech giant, Tencent, has an Orwellian solution for you, a trackable smartwatch for kids. Read More >>

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Robotic ‘Player Guitar’ Plucks Away All by Itself

It started nearly thirty years ago, when Ben Reardon encountered a robot playing a classical guitar at the 1988 World Expo in his hometown of Brisbane, Australia. He was only a teenager at the time, but he knew right then what he had to do. Read More >>

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This Beautiful Vintage Radio is Actually a Custom Gaming PC

In the 1940s, people tuned into regal radios that were as much a piece of furniture as they were a gadget. So when computer designer Jeffrey Stephenson decided to build a small, high-end gaming PC, he took design cues from a popular Canadian radio model, The Addison. Stephenson crafted an intricate paean to old-fashioned radio aesthetics so he could play his favourite modern games. The results are beautiful: Read More >>

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Get Inside the Weird Mind of the X-Men Garage Gadget Inventor

Colin Furze, the British garage inventor who develops real-life X-Men gadgets, got his own short documentary for the BBC explaining what goes on inside his mind. And it is pretty weird as you might expect considering he spends his spare time creating things like the world's fastest toilet. Read More >>

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Lean, Mean Gifts for the Fitness Zealot

Got someone in your life who's addicted to exercise? Someone who proselytizes the active lifestyle? There are so many fitness-related items out there it's hard to separate the muscular wheat from the sweaty chaff. But we've selected a few of our favourite items you could get your fit friend, if you can catch them. Read More >>

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Watch Out Fitbit, This Badass New Activity Tracker Is Out to Eat Your Lunch

You might not have ever heard of Misfit Wearables but you'll want to pay attention starting now that its first gadget has made its debut. Read More >>

ultrabooks
Sony’s First Ultrabook Is a Flop Before It’s Even on Sale

While Sony has a track record for making beautifully slim laptops, so far it's ignored Intel's prescribed ultrabook gimmickry. That stops now, with the newly announced Vaio T—but sadly, it's a laptop that's doomed before it even hits the shelf. Read More >>

tv
IKEA Launches Its Own Clutter-Free TV

IKEA constantly manages to churn out innovative, affordable products, even whole neighbourhoods. The latest, however, is seeing it move directly into the technology sector: it's launching its own TV, which comes integrated into a piece of furniture to completely banish cables from your home. Read More >>

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View Small Things On Your iPhone With This £20 Microscope Mod

UC-Davis researchers developed a lens that'll turn your iPhone or any camera-enabled smartphone into a 350X microscope. The mod is a simple 1-mm ball lens mounted in rubber that's taped to your phone's camera. It costs no more than £25. Read More >>

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The First Solar-Powered Charger I’d Actually Use

Solar-powered chargers make me feel like I'm doing something nice for the Earth. Too bad I never use the damn things because positioning them for optimal Sun-catching is a pain in the ass. The Ray solar charger's suction cup action solves that problem. Read More >>