This year's IFA has hit Berlin and with it, has brought brought loads of lovely, shiny new tech news with it. Being one of the biggest tech shows out there — this year has over 1,800 individual exhibitors — there's a lot of new stuff being announced.
Whether it's a new phone or some kind of home appliance to make your life 3 per cent easier, it'll be at IFA. And we've waded through all the chaff to bring you the best bits right here, without ever having to leave your armchair.
We've rounded up all the news below, and we'll continue to update this as new stories roll in. Enjoy!
Also VR Halo and Minecraft are both on the way.
A bunch of TVs you won't be able to buy or could never afford, and one with Alexa that you might be interested in.
Samsung is pushing out three new fitness-minded wearables for the Xmas season.
Soon our AI hoovers will be smarter than us.
No one will even know you're wearing one.
Because not enough stuff has a Star Wars logo on it.
Why do we feel like we've seen these new designs somewhere else?
There’s a growing feeling that Sony is just kind of shovelling these out.
No one else is making such a thin, powerful giant laptop for this price.
The Moto X4 will offer Tempow's mesh networking, letting you connect all your Bluetooth audio devices.
They’re just like the old 1000X headphones but better.
Intel says these chips offer up to 44 per cent better performance with minimal impact on battery life.
LG's own new V30 looks to be the strongest competition that Samsung has ever had.
They promise the best sound in their class while also lookin' pretty darn swish at the same time.
Samsung's The Frame is a TV that's just as much a piece of art as it is a television.