Ohm  teams a Bluetooth speaker and a wireless inductive charging mat to make one handy unit for your bedside table

Ohm powers Qi-enabled devices – Samsung, HTC, Sony smartphones

GoXtreme Wifi View camera is waterproof up to 45 metres, so you can take it swimming, surfing or even just for a rain-soaked run.

Action camera’s 5mp sensor takes decent photographs and video footage

 For $99, beginners or experienced guitarists can take the pain out of tuning guitars with the Roadie Tuner

Device teams up with app to give you perfect tuning every time

Children can battle tooth monsters or take care of a virtual pet

High-powered camera squares up to DSLRs

The Withings Activite Pop smart watch: looks just like a regular watch, so you won’t be embarrassed to be seen wearing it . Photograph: John Locher/AP.

It tracks activity and sleep, is water resistant and has an eight-month battery life

A compelling and utterly creepy text-based game that plays out entirely on Twitter

Wii U Vvirtual Console ressurects GameBoy Advance title

That icon of the 1980s, the Sony Walkman, could be set for a new lease of life thanks to high-res audio. Sony is among a number of firms which are pushing for a return to high standards in audio, presenting music as the artist intended it to be heard.

For nostalgia buffs, the Sony Walkman could be in for a new lease of life

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