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The soft toys that automatically post your baby's selfies to Facebook

Would you buy your baby a set of soft toys that would let it automatically upload its own selfies and videos to Facebook?


TripAdvisor launches personalized search options

TripAdvisor, which bills itself as the largest online travel review site in the world, has rejigged its search options in the aim of producing more personalized recommendations for their users.


Hello Kitty meets Beats by Dre

Hello Kitty has teamed up with Beats by Dre to celebrate her 40th birthday with a special edition collection of custom headphones and earphones.


Google seeks way to search bodies for disease

Google is exploring a way to search inside people's bodies for early signs of deadly illnesses such as cancer or heart disease.


YouTube considering premium service

The video sharing platform is examining the potential for subscription services.


Easily integrated sensors could open host of new possibilities for wearable tech

BeBop sensors have the potential to turn any garment into a piece of smart clothing.


Twitter drops Google Glass app

The social network and microblogging platform has decided to simply stop developing for Google's smart headset.


Will Apple Pay users wave goodbye to the wallet?

Over 1 million consumers activated credit and debit cards via the company's new mobile payments service within the first 72 hours of the service going live in the US.


Why Apple called time on the iPod Classic

Despite there still being a demand for the iconic MP3 player, in September, Apple quietly discontinued the iPod Classic, removing it from its website and retail stores.


Phablets are the future

In interviews with tech publications over the weekend to promote the launch of its first phablet, the 5.9-inch Nexus 6, Google has been giving a glimpse of where it sees smartphones, smartwatches and computers heading.