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Andrew Hoyle
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The Sony Xperia Z2 provides everything you should expect from a top-end Smartphone. Check out my full review of this stunning device.
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I've reviewed the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet. It's stupidly skinny, very powerful and it's completely waterproof. 
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What happens when you catch all the Pokemon in the Google Maps April Fools Pokemon game: Nothing.
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Wonder material graphene may change technology as we know it. Good news then that it will receive £74 million of funding in the 2014 budget.
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It's James Bond's most deadly vehicles. Rocket-equipped Aston Martin, anyone?
Britain's deadliest secret agent needs suitably lethal wheels. We take a look at the best of 007's cars, boats, and helicopters...oh, and a jet pack.
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The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S5 kicks ass. 
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indeed it is,with all those adjustements possible that's a real phone
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At last the wait is over. Google's Nest is coming to the UK, although you shouldn't install it yourself.
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Project Morpheus hands-on: We got to try Sony's virtual-reality PS4 headset with two games. It's light and easy to figure out, but is it virtual reality done right? http://cnet.co/1dbNQOy
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iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube on your telly for £30? Doesn't sound too bad. It's Google Chromecast and it's out now.
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If you were to brew a coffee (using Aeropress, cafetiere or other filter) then use that brewed coffee as the 'water' to brew a new pot with fresh grounds, how many times could you repeat the process until that coffee became so saturated that it wouldn't get stronger? Would it be drinkable?
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5:30 is when I usually leave, although I can be flexible. I just wouldn't be able to swing an entire afternoon out of office! Where abouts are you based?
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Technology journalist. Senior Writer for CNET. Loves photography, music, food, cats, snowboarding and psychology. Coffee obsessive. Contains personal views.
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    Psychology, 2007 - 2010
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