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Recent articles by Daniel:

Focus mode comes to Android to limit distracting apps

If you can resist everything but temptation, then Focus Mode is for you. → Read More

Bag yourself a bargain in LG Display’s Black Friday sale

If you've been sleeping on getting yourself a new display, then it's worth checking out what LG is knocking money off this Black Friday. That includes the 32UL7... → Read More

The controversial sex toy that shook up CES 2019 is finally ready

The device sparked a conversation about sexism in the tech industry. → Read More

Apple says the cost of its repair services exceed what it charges

The right to repair movement is mad as hell as companies work to prevent owners from doing basic repairs to their own devices. One of the biggest targets for th... → Read More

NTSB blames Uber’s 'inadequate safety culture' for self-driving fatality

Uber's cavalier culture gets called out in the report. → Read More

Tech companies won’t become banks, but they’ll pretend to

Silicon Valley has already eaten plenty of industries, from camera and newspaper businesses to watches and even flashlights. Now, Big Tech appears to be turning... → Read More

Colin Furze made a real version of Junkrat’s RIP-tire from ‘Overwatch’

If you need something from pop culture brought to life, then the first person to call is Colin Furze, YouTube's own mad inventor. Furze has already made working... → Read More

Google AI can tell you how close your voice is to Freddie Mercury's

Bohemian Rhapsody is one of the most well-known rock songs in the western world, and has been watched more than a billion times on YouTube alone. It's likely th... → Read More

Apple might be planning its own subscription bundle

Ever since Apple rolled out its second, third and fourth subscription services, folks have begun to wonder when they could buy all three together, ideally for a... → Read More

Don’t underestimate the power of Facebook Pay

Facebook Pay isn't just about helping you split the bill. → Read More

Tencent reportedly wants to develop its own games with Nintendo characters

Tencent has eyes on building Nintendo-style games with Nintendo characters, at least according to the Wall Street Journal. It quotes an unnamed Tencent official... → Read More

The best apps for actually sticking to your fitness goals

You've probably heard the saying that abs aren't made in the gym but in the kitchen. It's how you live your life when you're not working out that counts. No mat... → Read More

The PowerWatch 2 delivers GPS powered by your body heat

When I first heard the pitch for the PowerWatch 2, a GPS running watch that didn't have a 'battery' and generated power from your wrist, I was incredulous. GPS... → Read More

Google Nest WiFi review: A solid mesh network with built-in Assistant

Google's new WiFi hardware is better than its predecessor and includes a smart speaker. → Read More

The best fitness wearables

There are smartwatches, and then there are fitness wearables. And while it's easy to think they're the same, they aren't. The former offers deep integration... → Read More

Fossil’s new hybrids have customizable, E ink displays

This may be the tastiest hybrid we've seen in a while. → Read More

Garmin’s Venu is a great fitness wearable pretending to be a smartwatch

There's a big difference between smartwatches made by consumer technology companies and those made by fitness companies, and that's 'friction'. The friction tha... → Read More

Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Fitbit is to be acquired by Google in an all-cash deal worth around $2.1 billion, the two companies announced today. The company will be folded in to the search... → Read More

Why did Elon Musk just buy a million trees?

Last night, Elon Musk bought a million trees for a cool $1 million, and it wasn't some mad luxury purchase you might expect. If you haven't been paying attentio... → Read More

Fraud forces Valve to kill ‘CS:GO’ loot box key trading

Valve's policy of allowing Counter Strike: Global Offensive players to buy and re-sell keys to access in-game loot boxes is no more. The company has announced t... → Read More