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Posted by Neil Bennett 26 November 2014

Tech trends 2015: 3D printing grows up

Contrary to 2014's hype, we wont all have 3D printers in our study, workshop or kitchen – but the customisation made available by 3D printing will impact your life in lots of interesting ways.

Posted by Andrew Harrison 25 November 2014

The fightback against Apple on privacy is just beginning

In the continuing battle against privacy intrusions, privacy itself is not over. And for OS X users, the war is not over but has just begun.

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Posted by Matt Egan 24 November 2014

Tomorrow's World today (or next year)

Writing about the future of tech has never been so interesting, or current. In consumer tech terms: the future is now.

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Posted by Jim Martin 21 November 2014

What the Internet of Things will look like in 2015: homes will get smarter, people might get fitter

Everyday objects are starting to get smart, with heating systems being a prime example. Here's what you can expect to happen on the Internet of Things over the next 12 months.

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Posted by Chris Martin 20 November 2014

Why you shouldn't buy your gadgets at launch: Wait and pick up a bargain

Don't be lured into the hype of launch day. Why you shouldn't buy your gadgets as soon as they are released.

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Posted by Ashleigh Allsopp 19 November 2014

Apple's 2014: A reflection

Ashleigh Allsopp takes a look back at Apple's 2014 to determine whether the company met her expectations.

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Posted by David Price 14 November 2014

The handbag theory: Why the iPhone 6 Plus hasn't got a size problem

For many users, the iPhone 6 Plus is simply too big. What's going on with Apple's smartphone strategy?

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Posted by Matt Egan 12 November 2014

The rise of smart homes: or how we all need to stop worrying and start switching off (smartly)

Your home is set to become smart, whether you like it or not. And you'll probably like it.

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Posted by Ashleigh Allsopp 11 November 2014

14 gifts for computer lovers: Tech-inspired presents for the geek in your life

Ashleigh Allsopp's favourite present ideas that take inspiration from tech, but aren't tech.

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Posted by Jim Martin 07 November 2014

How to make your own Oculus Rift for £2.50: with Google Cardboard virtual reality is only an Android phone away

It's amazing what you can do with a piece of cardboard, a magnet and a couple of lenses. Just add an Android smartphone and the Google Cardboard app and you have your own VR headset. Here's how to do it.

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