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Bosch ebike innovations take cycling to the next level

There are lots of bike manufacturers out there, so Bosch has come up with a great way of getting its ebike technology to a mass-market audience. The German company has partnered with a whole host of bike brands and struck a nifty deal. What that means is they can mate ... Read More »

Get 50% off Lightworks Pro – exclusively for TechRadar readers

We've teamed up with EditShare, the creator of the brilliant Lightworks video editing suite, to offer TechRadar readers 50% off a year's license to Lightworks Pro using the discount code TECHRADAR_LW_PRO_YRGRF_S201. The deal also includes Boris Graffiti – a pack of brilliant text effects to bring titles to life. Rather than ... Read More »

Smart home technology needs to be a tool for self-care, too

A new blender was never going to set the internet alight, but when Philips unveiled a number of new health-focused smart home appliances at this year’s IFA trade expo in Berlin, it begged the question: what are we using smart devices for? Even within technology circles, the smart home market ... Read More »

Apple watchOS 5 release date, news and features

We’ve had over half a year to get to grips with watchOS 4 and now we’re hungry for more, so it's great to hear that Apple is launching watchOS 5 soon. We liked the watchOS 4 software, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement, so we're excited to finally ... Read More »

Honor Band 4 release date, price, news and features

Following on from the very cheap yet surprisingly feature-packed Honor Band 3, the Honor Band 4 has now been announced, and it looks to be every bit as cheap and feature-packed, as well as including some new tools, chief among them being a color screen. That’s alongside all the old ... Read More »

Google Assistant is having an identity crisis

Nobody ever talks about how difficult it is to be a voice activated assistant: constantly dealing with demands from irate users, never being able to fully switch off, plus the expectation that you should understand a huge variety of different languages without ever making a mistake.  Quite simply, it sounds ... Read More »

New Fujifilm X-T3 brings a host of upgrades

Fujifilm has confirmed the latest mirrorless addition to its seven-year-old X series, the X-T3. Described as a "complete upgrade" over the X-T2, the new model features a new 26MP back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, with a readout speed around 50% faster than that of the sensors in current models. This ... Read More »

New Snapchat Spectacles finally look like actual sunglasses

Two new designs for Snapchat Spectacles have just landed, and these two new looks actually appear to be sunglasses you'd normally wear. These are still part of the Snapchat Spectacles 2 range, but the two new designs are called Veronica and Nico that come with a black frame and polarized ... Read More »

Palm’s tiny new smartphone gets leaked again

A month ago we saw images of an upcoming phone seemingly made by Palm, and now it has leaked again, with a new render giving us a close look at the front, back and one side. What’s unusual about this phone – other than the fact that we haven’t seen ... Read More »