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Jeremy White

Executive editor

Jeremy White is WIRED UK's executive editor. He oversees coverage of gear and buying guides, as well as editing the watch and luxury specials. Prior to joining WIRED, he was a digital editor at the Financial Times and tech editor at Esquire UK. He makes a fine rum old-fashioned.

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Volkswagen’s Electric ID Buzz Looks Well Worth the Wait

VW’s all-electric people carrier has finally been revealed. It’s bursting with tech, can power your home, and even remembers how you drive.

How Nothing designed its Ear 1 earphones to beat Apple’s AirPods

Nothing’s head of design explains how the company created its Ear 1 earphones to take on Apple's AirPods Pro, at a fraction of the cost

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is our new favourite EV

With some of the best design and tech we’ve seen yet on an electric car, Hyundai’s new flagship EV knocks it out of the park

It’s time for Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri to swear

Voice assistants need speak to us in the same way we talk to them 

TAG Heuer’s latest smartwatch play? Super Mario

Mamma mia! The new limited edition TAG Connected is a collaboration with Nintendo’s famous Italian plumber

How LEGO perfected the recycled plastic brick

After 72 years and billions of interlocking polymer toy bricks, at last the company has an eco alternative

The ultimate hi-fi gear worthy of Darth Vader

Because a bright white stereo would stick out like a sore thumb on the Death Star

This lamp is 3D-printed from orange peel

Meet Ohmie the orange lamp, a completely compostable light made from the peel of three juicy Sicilian oranges

Audi’s Q4 e-tron is capable of turning any petrolhead

With a new electric mini SUV Audi wants to convert the masses to leaving ICE behind. This might just do it, too

Rimac’s all-electric Nevera hypercar is unbelievable

Faster than an F1 car yet easy to drive, the most exciting thing about Mate Rimac’s creation is what could come next

Robots and drones can save us from the dog poodemic

Lockdown puppy madness has seen our streets and country lanes littered with canine poop. But we have the technology to fix this crappy problem

The Audi e-tron GT has supercar speed with EV ease

Audi's new flagship tourer is based on the same platform as the Porsche Taycan. What's remarkable is how different they are

The 2021 iMac is a great family computer, thanks to Jony Ive (again)

The iMac’s first major redesign since 2012 is in almost all respects a hit. And, yes, Apple’s former chief design officer was involved

Here comes a new wave of green watches

Bio materials, recycled ocean waste and blockchain gem stone tracking are changing the watch world's offerings
Augmented Reality

IKEA’s fancy new AR app lets you design entire rooms

IKEA has taken its Place app and pimped it to create IKEA Studio, a much-needed overhaul of the furniture brand's augmented reality offering

Urbanista has made the world’s first solar-powered headphones

The Urbanista Los Angeles are the first self-charging, wireless, active noise cancelling headphones. They can even harvest energy from indoor lighting, so, in theory, you need never plug them in

Save the planet by drinking gin. These eco spirits are worth a dram

Making alcoholic drinks harms the environment. But, as these canny brands show, there are now ways to enjoy a cocktail while keeping a clearer conscience

So many new watches dropped this week. Here are the best

The Watches & Wonders 2021 watch fair revealed new timepieces from Rolex, Tudor, TAG Heuer, Patek Philippe, IWC and many more. We've selected our favourites

How to look after your watch

Here’s the kit you need and the advice to follow if you’re thinking of doing some DIY watch maintenance

The latest launch from Omega costs just £165

The catch? You need to already own a Moonwatch to make it work