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Barclays Pingit will soon let you send money via Twitter

Sending money over the internet was once a hassle. You either needed someone's bank details, or you had to suck it up and deal with the fact that PayPal takes a slice of each transaction. Nowadays it's getting easier, first Google lets us email each other money, and now Barclays' Pingit app is going to…

Sony accidentally revealed the Xperia Z4 tablet early

When it comes to leaks, companies try their very best to keep everything locked down and prevent information escaping into the world. This time one of those companies jumped the gun a bit, because Sony has accidentally revealed a bit of information about the upcoming Xperia Z4 tablet ahead of an official announcement. The tablet…
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Chrome is adding extra security to stop you downloading malware

It doesn't matter what devices you use, there is always that looming threat that someone will find an exploit to infect your computer with malware programmed to carry out their own nefarious deeds. That's why Google is upping Chrome's security game to make sure you don't accidentally download any malware through your browser. A new…
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Pebble announces the Pebble Time, a colour e-paper smartwatch

Remember that countdown that appeared on the Pebble homepage late last week? We know what it was counting down to now, and it turns out that all the rumours were correct. Meet the Pebble Time, a smartwatch with a colour e-paper display. The folks at Pebble promise that the Pebble Time will have the same…
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Google Glass 2 may already be in the hands of developers

The original version of Google Glass is hardly what you'd call a success, and since Google shut down the Explorer Programme we've been hearing bits and pieces about the future of the device. The development cycle could be further along than we realised, because apparently a prototype is already in the hands of developers. According to 9to5Google,…

Facebook has two inboxes, and you’re missing messages because of it

It's a surprisingly little-known fact that over a year ago, Facebook split the Messages inbox in two. There's your inbox, where all your messages from friends pop up, and your 'Other' inbox, where people you're not connected to will appear. This means there's a whole extra inbox that a lot of people aren't even aware…

T-Mobile releases the first official image of the Samsung Galaxy S6

There's been a huge amount of speculation about the Samsung Galaxy S6, including rumours that it'll have an 'Edge' variant, like its sibling the Galaxy Note Edge. Well, if T-Mobile USA's email signup page is anything to go by, that's spot on: So what does this image tell us? Well, the Samsung Galaxy S6's 'Edge'…

The government wants 3G and 4G in the London Underground

Pretty much everyone can access free Wi-Fi in a lot of Underground stations, but it's not really the same as having full mobile signal available to you. The government seems to agree, and has revealed it wants 4G and 3G services to be brought to the entire underground network. Nothing is confirmed yet, but the government has…
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LG announces four mid-range smartphones for MWC

LG has announced that it will be unveiling four new mid-range handsets at next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Despite the mid-range title, LG claims that these phones will come with features usually reserved for premium models. The new phones will be called Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy, and according to LG they combine…

Sainsbury’s is trialling e-ink pricing labels

The problem with the current supermarket system of having paper price labels is that they need to be changed by hand, and because of that the prices you see can sometimes be wrong. Sainsbury's has now announced that it's going to try ditching that system in favour of an e-ink version. The trial will take…