Why we’re all still in love with vinyl

Polaroids are the new must have camera, man (or more specifically woman) is going to the moon again and vinyl is back with a vengeance. You could be forgiven it’s the 1960s or 1970s. Yet in fact it is 2019! Boosted by events like the recent worldwide Record Store Day and a love for nostalgia,…

Bang & Olufsen debuts £16,000 Beovision Harmony TV at Milan Design Week

Luxury electronics brand Bang & Olufsen has unveiled the Beovision Harmony at Milan Design Week - a TV experience, the manufacturer claims, 'elevates the design of any living space and fills it with spectacular sound'. When Beovision Harmony is turned off or just playing music, the thin screen rests close to the floor, partially covered…

Engineering firm Sandvik creates smash-proof, 3D printed guitar

Rock stars have been smashing guitars for decades. However, Sandvik has created what it claims is the word's first smash-proof 3D printed guitar! To demonstrate its unbreakability, the global engineering company gave the instrument to Swedish-born guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen. Named one of the ten greatest electric guitar players in the world by TIME Magazine,…

Review: BT Complete WiFi broadband service from £39.99 per month

Name: BT Complete WiFi Type: Broadband service Specs: Click here for full specs Price: From £39.99 per month Fed up of not being able to get WiFi throughout your home? BT has introduced what it claims to be the only service that guarantees 'wall to wall' coverage in every room of the house. Called Complete…

Almost 8 million Brits have broken gadgets in a fit of RAGE, claims survey

Research has revealed that 15 per cent of us have run out patience with our troublesome tech at one time or another and attempted to destroy it as a result! A third of us have become so fed-up by unreliable gadgets that we’ve purchased a completely new device - rather than get it repaired -…

Top 30 Mod Cons: Washing machines and fridge freezers more important than smartphones

Washing machines and fridge freezers have beaten smartphones as the items that are our most prized 'modern conveniences', a new survey shows. Researchers who polled 2,000 UK adults identified the everyday items which have most improved our lives – including sat nav devices, smartphones and electric kettles. Other items to have made things that little…

Quarter of Brits STRUGGLE with new gadgets, claims Which?

A quarter of British adults struggle to get their new gadgets to work. New research from Which? shows that just over one in four (27%) adults who received a tech gift this year at Christmas had problems using their gift. And just over in four (28%) of us were still trying to get their tech up…

Brits are sitting on almost £3.5 billion worth of unused gadgets

Brits are sitting on almost £3.5 billion worth of unused gadgets in their home, a study has found. The average household has old phones, computers, games consoles or TVs gathering dust in drawers, cupboards and even under the stairs, worth around £127 each. UK homes are also hoarding 4.4 million unwanted iPhones and 2.6 million…

Smartech brings Snapchat’s Nico and Veronica £199 camera sunglasses to Selfridges

Innovation store Smartech has announced that Snapchat’s newest camera sunglasses, Nico and Veronica (pictured above), will be available from its flagship store within Selfridges, London. Designed those who love tech and design, both of these latest designs come in glossy black-on-black and now have polarized lenses. With the sunglasses on there is no need to pull…

August launches SWB200 smart activity and fitness tracker for £54.95

August launches affordable, app enabled fitness tracker wristband with OLED display, notifications and 30-day battery life Accurately tracks daily activity including steps, distance, heart rate, blood oxygen, calories burnt and sleep UK based consumer electronics company August International has announced the launch of the SWB200 smart activity tracker. Packed full of features, this app-enabled wristband tracks a…