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Smart watches are just the beginning of a more internet-connected world, when every gadget in our homes will track and share data - starting with a toothbrush that can share data with your dentist. By Samuel Gibbs
Soon every object we interact with with be internet connected, trackable and able to learn about our behaviour. We round up five of the latest smart gadgets. By Samuel Gibbs
New Bluetooth 4.0 electric toothbrush connects to an iPhone or Android to chart your brushing, personalise your routine and let your dentist see how well you’ve been brushing. By Samuel Gibbs
Hopes rinse notifications, easy access for guests and in-app purchases will ‘make this stuff matter’ to people. By Stuart Dredge
Sony’s new tablet is thin, light, waterproof and powerful, and shows that Android tablets can be premium. By Samuel Gibbs
Sony’s new waterproof flagship Android smartphone packs a bigger screen, more powerful processor and 4K video recording with image stabilisation and augmented reality fun. By Samuel Gibbs
Samsung dumps Android and bets on fitness tracking with a heart rate monitor to justify the existence of smartwatches. By Samuel Gibbs
Having seen early adopters of Google Glass be described as ‘glassholes’, Google’s published some dos and don’ts of how to use its smart glasses. By Samuel Gibbs
Apple’s recent patents go beyond the expected iWatch to track fitness and health data from your ears. By Samuel Gibbs
Rubbish, irritating and annoying phones can put people off for life, not just for Christmas. By Samuel Gibbs
Capsule contained Steve Jobs’ personal mouse from 1983 as well as Rubik’s Cube and Moody Blues eight-track. By Samuel Gibbs