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Eve V slays the Surface Pro 4 on specs – and is this week’s killer crowdfunder

Every week we scour Kickstarter, Indiegogo and more to find the best crowdfunding projects around, so you know which ones to consider backing – and

Best 360 degree cameras out now and on the way

VR is well and truly here, but it’s not just all about the immersive gaming. 360-degree videos are on the rise and it’s getting easier

Mokacam Review

If your sole guidance on an industry was the share price of the market leader, then you’d definitely consider it a tough 12 months for

GPD WIN Review: Mobile Windows 10 for gaming

PROS Full Windows 10 PC in your pocket QWERTY keyboard, mouse joystick for on-the-go computing Decent CPU and RAM for most computing needs Full-sized USB

And finally : Samsung Gear S3 to become Gear VR controller

Welcome to another edition of And finally, our round up of the less credible and smaller wearable and connected technology stories of the week. Every

CCROV is the world’s first underwater 4K drone – and it’s making a splash on Indiegogo this week

Every week we scour Kickstarter, Indiegogo and more to find the best crowdfunding projects around, so you know which ones to consider backing – and

Crowdfund this : Wearable Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns to keep an eye on

If you’re looking for the most interesting wearable projects looking for funding on Kickstarter, Indiegogo or other crowdfunding platforms, you’ve come to the right place.

Hands-on Review : Erato Combats Apple AirPods With Cheaper, Cooler Earbuds

With major phone makers such as Apple and Lenovo on a quest to kill off the headphone jack, finding a pair of headphones that deliver

Gole1 Tablet Review

The Pros Great price, Colorful display, Plenty of ports, fanless, Dual boots Android and Windows The Cons Occasional lag, chunky for tablet use, charging issues

Extreme Fliers Micro Drone 3.0 Drone Review

THE GOOD Easy to fly and maneuverable Shoots good-quality video and images THE BAD Frame is fragile and can bend in a crash Battery and

Exo360 Drone Comes With Five Cameras For Shooting 360-Degree Content

From the GoPro Omni to the Lytro Immerge to everything in between, we’ve seen a growing number of 360-degree cameras for capturing VR-ready content. And,

Are modular phones the future?

As the smartphone market hits a bit of a lull, many are looking around for the next big innovation. Could modular phones be the next

Android Wear watches are stylish and sporty now – will they sell?

Android Wear is just over two years old. It was announced in March 2014, with more details in June and smartwatch launches beginning that summer.

The Commodore 64 is returning with a HDMI output, handheld console version too

Hot on the heels of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega games console and theforthcoming Vega+ handheld, another classic computer from the same era is about to

Atlas Wristband review : A rep counting gym wearable that’ll stand out for good and bad reasons

There’s a lot to like about the Atlas Wristband. First and foremost, it delivers what it promises. The ability to track a whole host of

popSlate 2 is E-Ink for your iPhone done right

E-ink iPhone case-maker popSlate is back, with a new, sleeker, more functional version of its customizable shell for Apple’s smartphone. Just like the first-generation case

Omate Rise preview: Full Android 3G smartwatch with carbon fibre for $280

Omate, more well known for children’s watches, is making its entrance into the big boys game with an impressive offering. The Omate Rise plans to

GymWatch review : A muscle-building wearable that’s weak at the software knees

The GymWatch is proof that wearables can cater for niche audiences and with all the running and cycling-friendly trackers out there, it’s refreshing to find

Omate Rise smartwatch time-limited Indiegogo campaign skyrockets

We’ve seen a few crazy crowdfunding campaigns before, but most of them had insane pitches and promises, not all of which are able to deliver.

SyncPhone runs full Windows 10, sounds too good to be true

Microsoft’s promise in Continuum definitely has appeal. Turning your smartphone into something of a portable desktop PC is a dream come true for many. For

Omate Rise is the latest 3G-compatible Android smartwatch

Omate is one the more low-key manufacturers in the smartwatch game right now, but that doesn’t mean they’re lacking in effort. The company has just

One Education’s Infinity modular laptop/tablet hits Indiegogo

It was way back in February that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative and its partner One Education announced a modular laptop/tablet hybrid, dubbed

Jolla Tablet review

Pros Sailfish OS looks great on a tablet Welcome Android app support Good quality screen Cons Slightly creaky build quality Easy to get grubby Sluggish

XTRON USB-C power bank: charge your MacBook on the go

Maximas has unveiled its upcoming XTRON USB-C power bank for the new MacBook and other gadgets sporting USB-C. The power bank, much likecompeting devices we’ve

Sony Wena smartwatch puts traditional face on a smart band

Over in Japan Sony has its own crowdfunding platform called First Flight that launched back in July. It’s rather like the other funding sites we

Butterfleye wireless home monitoring camera keeps an eye on things

The Butterfleye wireless home monitoring camera is a camera designed to monitor your home in an efficient and easy to set up manner. Rather than

Exploride Is A 6-Inch Transparent Standalone HUD

Heads-up displays will be coming to every car in due time – the tech just makes sense. In the meantime, there are a number of

This electric all-terrain bike wants to go to the beach

The XTERRAIN500 is a new electric bike that boasts of being able to easily glide over soft beach sand, thanks to its short, 10-inch wide

Jolla now taking tablet pre-orders

Following a massive $US2.5m Indiegogo crowd-funding round, the Jolla tablet, created by a team of former Nokia engineers, is now available for public preorder. The

MicFlip Is The Reversible Micro-USB Cable You’ve Always Wanted

USB-C (you know, that lone port on the new MacBook) finally fixed the problem of trying to stick in a USB plug the wrong way,