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The 2GHz Intel Atom processor is backed a full 1GB of RAM, which makes it very nippy indeed. It delivered an AnTuTu benchmark score of 6,252, which puts it comfortably ahead of some dual-core handsets like the Sony Xperia P or the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, though well behind the quad-core might of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2.It's running the still fairly recent Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich straight out of the box, though an upgrade to the very latest 4.1 Jelly Bean is promised. Motorola won't say exactly when though. It has all the usual goodies, including face recognition security, and Motorola has given the UI a light aesthetic dusting with some of its own widgets. Circles is the standout, which gives you stylish-looking time, weather and battery life updates on your home page.The eight-megapixel camera comes with autofocus and an LED flash. It also has very fast multi-shot (ten snaps in under a second), HDR (high dynamic range for more vibrant pics with contrasting light levels) and GPS geo-tagging. But while it's perfectly capable of delivering some pleasantly sharp pictures, colours tend to look a little washed out, and it's less forgiving about light conditions than similarly specced snappers from the likes of Samsung or Nokia. Video looks pretty good though, capturing full HD 1080p images at 30fps.

For saving your videos and pictures there's a healthy 8GB of memory on board, though you can add up to 32GB by microSD card.A big phone needs a big battery, and the 2,000mAh model on the RAZR i doesn't disappoint, giving a good day and a half's worth of steady use. There's also a handy app to help you save on the juice too -- Motorola's Smart Actions allows you to automatically switch off power-hungry apps like Wi-Fi at certain times of day, or when you're in particular locations. You can also set it to remind you to charge up at night as well as a bunch of other actions triggered by the time of day or where you are.For what's essentially a midrange Android, the RAZR i manages to pack in a lot for the price. The screen is beautiful and the performance is reassuringly speedy. Add to that a pretty good 8 megapixel camera and better than average battery life, and you've got a very decent smartphone contender.The Internet of Things is the friendly, catch-all name for the ongoing process to attach some combination of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connectivity and a touchscreen to almost every product in the average home. While that idea has already led to some intriguing devices -- from Wi-Fi controlled LED lights to genuinely great wireless audio -- it also introduces new vulnerabilities. In the past these have included unguarded security cameras becoming viewable by anyone with a web browser, to the more prosaic inability to watch TV when your internet connection is down.

A software update to the Nest ecosystem in December reportedly came with a fairly major flaw, which drained the battery of thermostats and subsequently deactivated the system.Reports on Nest forums and social media, as well as the New York Times, say that owners of the intelligent heating systems have been waking up in cold homes in the middle of winter, thanks to a bug that only became an issue in January. It's unclear exactly how many people have been affected, however. Others said their systems were unexpectedly warming their homes due to the same problem. "My furnace kicked on at about 5 AM this AM. When I woke up, the house was already at evening temperature," writes one user on the Nest forum. "An error message came up saying the time was incorrect and something about a battery."In the short term the problem might not be too serious -- most users on social media affected by the bug seem satisfied by the company's response. It's also apparent that deactivating your Nest system will have different effects for different users -- some have reported their heating turning off, others said it turned on unexpectedly. But leave your home for a few weeks on holiday only for your heating to stop working entirely due to a software bug, and the implications could be more complicated. Fortunately Nest has a short-term fix for the issue, which involves a relatively simple recharge via USB or a chat with a support worker -- though some users report that the nine-step help process hasn't actually helped. In a statement to The Register, Nest said "We are working on a solution which we expect to roll out in the coming weeks. In the meantime, performing a manual restart of the thermostat will help until a fix is put in place".

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The latest version of the Nest thermostat was released at the end of 2015, with additional support for boiler-based heating systems of the sort typical to homes in the UK.A modular smartphone case that can boost battery life, add USB connections and even turn a phone into a thermometer has launched on Kickstarter. The case, called Nexpaq, takes inspiration from Google's Project Ara modular phone and allows users to add new features and functions. Rather than buying a new phone, Nexpaq adds modular features to existing handsets. It is hoping to raise $50,000 (£32,700) on Kickstarter, with early backers able to get the case and four modules for $89 (£58).At launch Nexpaq is only compatible with the iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S5 but the team behind the Kickstarter said they hoped to bring it to other popular smartphones in the future.The case clips to the back of a phone and contains a 1000mAh battery to provide extra power to the smartphone and the extra modules. A total of 12 modules are currently available, including a battery module, an amplified speaker, an SD card reader, a 64GB flash drive, a thermometer, an air quality monitor and a breathalyser.There are spaces for six modules on the case, with a dummy module filling any unused slots. Modules come in black and white with red, green and pink trims. Modules are not hardware specific and can be used on both Android and iOS devices.

Modules clip into the case and are then controlled using an app. The app automatically updates when it detects a new module, which can be swapped out without needing to turn the phone off.Early backers on Kickstarter can get the Nexpaq case and four modules for $89 (£58), with a standard price for the same bundle set at $109 (£71). Additional modules cost between $14 (£9) and $29 (£19). Beta versions of the case will start shipping in November with general delivery starting in January 2016, according to the current published plans.The team behind Nexpaq said more modules would be developed in the future and they are hoping other companies will develop for it. Module development kits are also included in the Kickstarter, priced at $275 (£180). A software development kit to make use of the modular features in other apps costs $75 (£49).Nvidia's latest entry into the tablet gaming field, the Android-powered Shield has suffered a setback,with the company issuing a safety recall notice on certain models.

The problem is down to the batteries in the tablets, which Nvidia has identified as liable to "overheat and pose a fire hazard".The affected units are from batches sold between July 2014 and July 2015. Not every tablet is necessarily a risk though, only ones with a battery type model number "Y01". If you think your tablet may be affected, you can check the battery type by going to Settings > About Tablet > Status > Battery. If the code "B01" is listed, your Shield is unaffected.If it is one of the faulty units, Nvidia is offering a free replacement. Full details can be found here, though initial claim can be filed through the tablet itself.Nvidia says that "consumers [should] stop using the recalled tablet, except as needed to participate in the recall and back up data", and that it is "coordinating with appropriate governmental agencies to ensure that the recall follows established industry practices."The Shield is intended to bridge the gap between PC and tablet gaming, offering a full controller and support for streaming games from PC to the smaller mobile screen. It also offers full support for native Android games.The new version of Microsoft's Surface tablet is a little slimmer, with an improved screen, processor and battery life, plus some new keyboard options.

The new Surface is 2mm thinner and more than 200g lighter than the Pro version, at 9mm and 676g, though it's still on the chunky side for a tablet.The 10.6-inch screen has also been improved and now has the same sharp HD 1,920x1,080 resolution as its cousin but the sensitivity drops from ten-point to five-point. That's a shame, though you'll only tend to notice the deficiency when you need more than five fingers on the screen at once -- piano apps perhaps?The processor is a quad-core 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 4, which beefs up the power and reportedly increases the battery life by an estimated 20 percent -- not quite such a leap as that of the Pro 2, but it's not bad at all. In our test it delivered a little over nine hours of continuous use.It's running Windows 8.1 RT, the slimmed down version of the operating system that limits you to using apps from the Windows Store, rather than running any Windows-friendly software. That would be a nuisance for a PC, but within the more limited parameters of a tablet, it kind of makes sense, though it can still occasionally be frustrating.Many of the major apps are available of course, and Xbox Music app gives you access to more than 31 million tracks for £8.99 a month, which could give Spotify a run for its money.

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Tiles can now be resized to suit your preference and there are a few new time-saving elements. For instance if you want to search, you just start typing, no matter what app you're in, and you'll be offered a range of results.You can use a standard desktop layout within Windows 8.1 but if you do it's best to lower the resolution by a couple of notches to increase the size of icons and menus -- they're just a bit too small for easy navigation using the touch screen.As before, there are a couple of clip-on covers available but these have been further refined. The Touch Cover 2 (£100) is thinner and the hard keys are now backlit, plus it's more sensitive, with the original 80 touch sensors within it now upped to 1,092. It's certainly very sensitive in use, with an optional click sound so you know you've made contact and we had no problems with it at all.The slightly deeper Type Cover 2 (£110) has also been slimmed down but the full-sized backlit keys retain a satisfactory amount of travel and are also backlit.As with the Surface Pro 2, Microsoft has bundled 200GB of SkyDrive online storage and 60 minutes of landline Skype use.

However only the Surface 2 comes with preloaded Office software, including Outlook.The Microsoft Surface 2 makes no attempt to replace your PC. It's very much a tablet, but one that uses native Windows software so it will integrate more easily with your PC. There's not much appeal for Apple users, but its build quality, speed and performance put it in good stead against higher end Android tablets.There's still a short learning curve to get used to Windows 8.1, but once you do, this is a sleek, capable and yes, fun, device.Once upon a time, BlackBerry distinguished itself by having just about the best physical keyboard you could find on a phone. Nowadays, it's very nearly the only one, as most smartphones eschew them completely in favour of more versatile full-face screens. So is there still a place for BlackBerry's USP?Following on the heels of the full-screen Z10 with its revamped BlackBerry 10 operating system, the Q10 sees a return to more traditional BlackBerry styling, with Qwerty keyboard beneath the touchscreen, while on the sides are a volume rocker, microUSB and micro HDMI ports, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack and power/sleep button on top (no convenience key though).

So far, so BlackBerry. But there are differences: the optical trackpad has gone and navigation is now totally reliant on the touchscreen with additional swiping options provided by BB10 (actually 10.1 in this case, an evolution of the OS we first saw on the Z10).Swiping from right to left allows you to scroll through the various home pages of course. But sliding down from the top offers settings or notifications and sliding up from the bottom takes you out of the application you're in and gives you an overview of other open applications. Other innovations include the Universal Search function. This is incredibly easy to access -- just start typing from the home screen and you're in, with the ability to search files, messages, contacts, settings, BBM, Twitter, Facebook and help. Swiping to the right from the home page brings you to Type and Go -- start typing a message and then you can decide whether to send a text, email, BBM, Facebook, Twitter or even LinkedIn message. It's a very neat system and helps make the BlackBerry a rather excellent communicator, once you've climbed the learning curve to get used to its ways.

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