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Someone dares to say it: Samsung’s IFA keynote was stunningly underwhelming

Samsung has today officially revealed a bunch of new products – including the Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge, Gear VR and Gear S. Why did they fail to excite me? Perhaps it is a problem with how the tech industry functions, but was anyone truly surprised by what they saw today? Pretty much everything announced we had learned previously from …

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James O'MalleySomeone dares to say it: Samsung’s IFA keynote was stunningly underwhelming

HANDS-ON: Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabook preview

The Ultrabook revolution is in full swing now, but with the arrival of Windows 8 just over the horizon, the evolution of the laptop is taking yet another turn. This time it's the implementation of touchscreen controls, seen in almost…

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Gerald LynchHANDS-ON: Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabook preview

VIDEO: The SketRobo robot is a better artist than you

Call yourself an artist? Well, you're about to be replaced by a newer, robot model. This is SketRobo, the "sketch master" robot on show at IFA 2012 from Tosy Robotics. Aimed as an interactive "art teacher" toy for kids, it…

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Gerald LynchVIDEO: The SketRobo robot is a better artist than you

VIDEO PREVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hands-on

It's back, and even bigger than before! Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 handset measures up at a whopping 5.5-inches in a widescreen 16:9 ratio, complete with processor improvements and a more responsive S Pen stylus. Due out in October, Tech…

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Gerald LynchVIDEO PREVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hands-on

IFA 2012: Haier show off wild TV tech including transparent screens and eye-controlled sets

More inspired takes on TV tech coming out of the Haier stable at this year's IFA 2012 conference, following an interesting showing from the brand earlier in the year at CES 2012. Are you ready for eye-controlled and transparent television…

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Gerald LynchIFA 2012: Haier show off wild TV tech including transparent screens and eye-controlled sets

84 inch LG UD 3D 4K TV landing by September. Christmas list can't fit all the abbreviations.

LG have announced that their 84-inch "ultra definition" 4K resolution television will launch worldwide in September. First shown off at CES in January, it's expected to land with a price tag somewhere around the $12,000 mark. "The 4K display market…

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Gerald Lynch84 inch LG UD 3D 4K TV landing by September. Christmas list can't fit all the abbreviations.