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October 2016/Issue 69

Craig Wilson
It may feel like a category that’s only now coming into its own, but wearable technology dates back at least 500 years to the German engineers who first managed to build sufficiently compact timepieces that you could wear them on a pendant, or slip t... Read more
Everything you want to know about everything you want


Stuff’s Gadget Hall of Fame
tuff celebrates the pioneering icons that first made us fall in love with tech...

Wristy business
What to wear on your wrist, depending on where you’re planning on wearing it, and what you’ll be wearing it with...

First test special: Xbox One S
Microsoft strikes in the console war...

Group test: Drones
Picking the top performers with propellers on...

Tested: Games
No, we haven’t ‘finished’ it: No Man’s Sky...

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First test: Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Full review of our statuesque cover star.

First test: HP Spectre 13
The ultra-ultra-slim MacBook-chaser.

Tested: Ford Ranger
Over hills and down dunes.

Tested: Mini Clubman
If you’re going clubbing...

Tested: MSi GT72VR 6RE
Get your game on with some portable VR-ready kit.

Vital stats: Staaker
Follow-me drone with a mind of its own.

Forbes list
Real intelligence says AI’s still far off.

Icon: Wide-View Sensor Mirror
It changes colour, but you’ll still be in it.

Beta yourself: Steam
So many games, so little time: how to get more from the entertainment platform.

Instant upgrades: GoPro
Top accessories, downloads and shooting tips to improve your action-cam life.

The hottest tech gadgets from across the globe

The best concepts, start-ups, crowd funded projects and crazy ideas

This month's mobile must-downloads

Take these tech pills and call us in the morning


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