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Cool: 'Ghost Ship' Projected On Water In Amsterdam Canal

This is an image of the 17th century ship that's being projected on two intersecting curtains of water (to make it appear more 3-D) in an Amsterdam …

Huawei's dual-lens phone lets you get artsy, shoot in the dark

Judging by Huawei's latest smartphone unveiled in Beijing today, it looks like someone has taken a leaf out of HTC's playbook. The Honor 6 Plus -- a follow-up to the reasonably priced Honor 6 -- is all about its dual rear 8-megapixel cameras, which claim to boost the effective pixel size to 1.98 …

LG G Watch R Review: Beats The Moto 360 Hands Down

I always say that smartwatches exist only because Apple was rumoured to be making one, and everyone else simply got in on the act before Apple had worked out how to perfect its technology. Well, we’re still waiting for Apple’s watch – which won’t appear until mid-way through next year – and we’re …

Pebble Steel review: The first great smartwatch is still one of the best - CNET

<b>The Good</b> A classic, sharp-looking design; works with iPhones and Android phones; screen readable in bright daylight; swim- and shower-friendly; built-in pedometer for persistent fitness tracking; wide variety of quirky apps.<p><b>The Bad</b> Older technology compared to competition; onboard storage limited …

A folding electric bike that fits in a bag? Impossible

If there's one area of technology that seems permanently mired in the '70s, it's that of the fold-up bicycle. In fact, the last innovation we can recall is Sir Clive Sinclair's A-Bike from 2006, but it's still big enough to be difficult to carry around. That's what inspired the folks at Impossible …

Should we spy on our children?

If you don't, you soon might. A range of new technology means you can now keep kids under surveillance 24/7 but is this good parenting, or Orwellian overkill?<p>It’s a Saturday night. My partner is away at a conference and I am at home holding the fort. We have five children and so, though I have one …

Aviary’s Photo Editor app gets its first update under Adobe — and it’s worth up to $200

When Aviary, the all-purpose mobile photo editor teamed up with Adobe, it seemed only a matter of time before the words Creative Cloud became part of its vocabulary. And now, the first Aviary update under Adobe — released for both iOS and Android — lets users sync with Creative Cloud to …

Prynt turns your phone into a picture-printing Polaroid camera

As smartphones continue to up the ante when it comes to how well they take pictures and the technology used in doing so, more and more people turn to their phone as the main photo shooting apparatus of the house. Companies like Prynt realize that, and have developed a smartphone case that …

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Microsoft’s New Lumia 535 Costs $140 And Is Its First Non-Nokia Smartphone

Microsoft teased the imminent arrival of the first non-Nokia Lumia last week, and now it has unveiled the Lumia 535, a budget device priced at €110 (that’s just under US$140) with improvements across the board.<p>The phone looks much like previous Lumia incarnations with an obvious branding …