Your summer starts here. No, there.
As the UK struggles to install its summer firmware update you’ll probably find yourself spending more time indoors than is usual at this time of year, so we’ve been investigating how to turn your house into a smarthome.
From lamps that wirelessly charge your phone, to robo-helpers and a button that automatically orders more dog food, the smarthome is gradually growing its grey matter and stretching its synapses from room to room. Whether it’s the kitchen, kids’ bedroom or garage, we’ve hoarded a shopping list of the most enticing home gadgets out there.
When the weather does perk up we’ve been hard at work trying out some of the finest outdoor cooking kit available, so whether you’re BBQing in the back garden, picnicking in the park or cooking cuisine for the campsite, we’ve tried something to suit you.
In the rest of the jam-packed issue you’ll find tips on building your own soapbox racer, five ways to reawesomise your holiday luggage, and all of the usual news and reviews from the world of gadgets, tech and apps.
You’ll find all this and more in the July issue of Stuff magazine, which you can own by heading down to your local newsagent, pointing your web browser at newsstand.co.uk/stuff, or firing up Newsstand on your iPad. Even better, why not subscribe? It's cheaper and you won't have to go outside to get your hands on one. You'll find full details of our excellent subscription offers here.