When was the last time you got home in a late evening and thought to yourself – if only I could have set the heating timer to stay on a little longer? Or, left the house late when going to work only to remember after arriving at work that you left the heating on? Despite our best efforts, I’m sure this is a situation we now and again run into with unforseen circumstances, but with our current day technology should we need to face such a problem? British Gas thinks otherwise, its latest service called Remote Heating Control™ tries to help us prevent exactly this problem from happening in the first place.

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Surely Apple must be running out of big cat names soon. But in the meantime check out this latest hands-on video from CNET which demos the ninth major release of OS X, Mountain Lion. Though its just a developer preview, you can see that Mountain Lion will introduces great features inspired by iPad, re-imagined for the Mac.

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We’ve talked quite abit about Windows 8 recently simply because – Vista was horrible, Windows 7 much better but still not quite there, we’re hoping Windows 8 will live up to our expectations and this video below does show us one feature we want to see improved, check out Windows 8 officially boot up in this demo video in under ten seconds…

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Like turn by turn navigation, Google’s latest offer – Transit Navigation (in beta) brings GPS guided stop-by-stop directions to over 400 cities around the globe. Using your location along the route, Transit Navigation will alert you when its time to get off at your destination or to make a transfer.

Transit Navigation does require your Android device to be 2.1+, make sure you hit update to get your Google Maps for mobile up to the latest version before trying it out.

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Here’s a new and more detailed clip featuring Sony’s latest SmartAR technology. For those that couldn’t quite get the point Sony was trying to get across – whenever one happens to use their smartphone’s camera to click pictures

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Its been leaked by an anonymous Apple Store manager that the new iPad 2s being used as displays for other in-store Apple products can be hacked to turn into “normal iPads” with a few gestures in a secret combination. Don’t take our word for it, here’s a video to proof it…

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I have to admit I have never been an admirer of the PC giant Acer. Despite how ever long the company has been around, it was never a first choice for me for any type of device, however, I do see a massive potential for the Acer Stream. The Android smartphone recently arrived the phone experts at GSMArena and the phone does look impressive.

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