‪It’s time to Robot suit up

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‪It’s time to Robot suit up

San Sharma joined Wake Up London to his take on everything that's happening in the technology world. 

‪iPhone 6 Plus face competition from Xiaomi 

Chinese firm Xiaomi have launched what's being called an iPhone 6 Plus "killer". 
‪The phone is larger, thinner, lighter and cheaper than the Apple product.
In fact it comes in at just £244, which is significantly less than the £619 demanded for the iPhone. 
‪The design of the Chinese model is also remarkably similar to the Apple model.  

It's time to robot suit up

The 'Kuratas' robot suit is now available on Amazon... for $1 million (Dr Evil voice not obligatory) - the equivalent of £659,000.
‪The five-ton, four-wheeled robot cab is controlled by a user sitting inside it, or via an iPhone.
It drives at 6mph and has been fitted with various weapons systems. This could finally be somebody's chance to become a real life Iron Man. 

‪App of the week: Google Translate 

San also lists his app of the week - the newly updated, more powerful Google Translate. 

Google Glass is dead. Long live Google Glass‪

It's not even been around two years but Google Glass is being dropped by the technology giant. Monday was the last day the technology was available to buy - although industry experts expect that a new version will be available to buy after Google announced their plans to continue development on it. 
‪Google Glass was subject to mixed reviews when it launched and many concerns over privacy.

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