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The Click team get hands on with the latest tech
What you need to know before flying a consumer drone and how they perform
How technology is developing tomorrow's medicine.
Can Apple make the smartwatch the latest must-have piece of tech?
How hacking a camera could help farmers and gardeners monitor the health of their plants
Richard Taylor tests the latest tech to stay fit and be more relaxed.
The camera where you can change your focus after you take a picture.
Hi-tech toys - from robots researching the internet to toy drones and plastic pets.
How one manufacturer is making its device really stand out from the crowd.
Cycle tech reviewed - devices aimed at making cycling safer and more fun.
Kate Russell reviews some of the latest smartwatches.
The prototype device, which could make surgical stitching safer, created by 3D printing.
Spencer Kelly reviews Nvidia's new Android-powered, gaming-focused tablet
The smart belt that offers fitness advice and adjusts automatically as you sit and stand
A US company has developed a battery which they say will last twice as long.
From a mirror that gives advice to wireless appliances - a look at the newest smart tech.
Could this device make us helpless against advertisers?
A device consisting of a smartphone, a lens and some lights could help detect tumours.
Marc Cieslak puts the iPhone 6 through some stress tests, in an unscientific test.
The E3 video games expo saw a series of big game launches for Microsoft and Sony consoles
Virtual reality is creating a new wave of excitement at the E3 games expo in Los Angeles.
The BBC's Richard Taylor puts the latest in virtual reality to the test.
Could a device which calculates your metabolism from breathing help personalise diets?
Will Google Glass take off or could it fail as some businesses ban it?
The device which can help identify environmental pollutants including crude oil.
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