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How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.

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We made a 4K movie – on a smartphone. See it here

The great thing about film-making these days is that the tools to do it are more accessible than ever. All you need is an idea, a camera and a couple of friends. And as luck would have it, the LG G3 is a smashing piece of kit, capable of shooting 4K video at 30fps. We dispatched a crack team of film makers…

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Three things to watch this weekend

This week has been all about IFA. And, while we turn a virulent shade of green at the thought of our colleagues goggling the latest gadgets in Berlin without us, we are at least able to go to bed at a reasonable hour. God, we’re old.

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Why you should watch… westerns

It’s 50 years since Clint Eastwood first saddled up as the Man With No Name. To mark the occasion, whathifi.com’s Stephen Graves dons his stetson, six-gun and spurs and, dressed like the most ridiculous man in London, hits the trail.

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Seven of the best… high-school movies

Children wail and parents breathe a sigh of relief: it’s back to school time. Verity Burn’s pick of the best high-school movies will either bathe your education in a halcyon glow or trigger a raging flashback…

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Three things you must watch this weekend

We’ve gone chronological this week, picking three films from 10 years ago, 20 years ago, and 30 years ago for you to get your swerve on with this weekend. Fire up your cinematic DeLorean (and your TV) and come with us…

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Why you should watch… film noir

With Sin City 2 bringing femme fatales and hard-boiled detectives to the screen once more, Stuff.tv’s Stephen Graves takes us on a journey through the mean streets of the grittiest genre of all.

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