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 — there's over 1,000 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 chair.
We've rounded up all the news below, and we'll continue to update this as new stories roll in. Enjoy!
But it runs on Alexa.
It's the smaller, cheaper version, supposedly for people who wants good specs at a low price.
Netatmo is adding smart features to a smoke alarm, because everything has to be smart now.
The new .39-inch Yoga Book C930 is so great that you could find yourself rooting for it despite its high price tag.
The phone debuts that wowed us at IFA this year.
Namely, a smart lightbulb, smart switch, and a home security camera.
For 2018, Lenovo is trying something different that’s somehow even slicker and techier than before.
These things look great, but they are not cheap.
Better materials, better sound and, perhaps most importantly, better noise cancellation elevate Sony's already brilliant 1000x headphones to a whole new level.
Do people really still use satnavs? Really?
Improved longevity and actual, physical buttons make HTC's U12 Life an attractive alternative to all the cheap new phones coming out lately.
Garmin's New Fitness Tracker Has a 'Body Battery' Feature That Tells You When You're Too Tired to Exercise
Wimping out of a tough gym session is about to get a lot easier.
No notches here, kids.
The age of the 8K TV is upon us.
Without a headset too.
Super thin webcams, redesigned aluminium bodies and a host of other small, solid additions make Dell's new Inspiron laptops a quality choice that won't break the bank.
The Home Speaker 500 aims to deliver what the company says is true stereo audio separation without the need for multiple units.
Samsung's newest external SSD packs a real punch, and for this price, it should.
Intel will allow laptop makers to skip bulky third party wifi modules by including built in Gigabit wifi in its new U- and Y-series CPUs.
The upcoming Wear OS update will be smarter, more helpful and more streamlined than ever.
It is a pretty apt description, I suppose.
A 17-inch laptop will never be small enough to comfortably carry with you at all times, but the new Swift 7 might get pretty close.
With a 2.5 inch display, this is basically a smartphone.
Despite the sheer dorkiness of the design, I won’t lie: I covet the Predator Thronos very badly.
The prefix nano- usually refers to something microscopic. For Blue, it apparently means “slightly smaller than the big guy.”