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AKG N700NC review

Here’s some merger and acquisition news you may have missed: two years ago, Samsung bought audio brand Harman Kardon. Harman had previously bought AKG, the Austrian

Sony Cyber-shot HX99 Review

Introduction The Cyber-shot HX99 replaces the three-year-old HX90V as Sony’s new high-end travel-zoom compact camera. Like the HX90V, it sports the same 30x optical zoom

What’s next for smartwatches: Health, design, features and more

We know what your next smartwatch is gonna be like As fitness trackers wobble, smart rings die and VR and AR are still figuring things

Apple Watch Series 4: The features, specs and release date we’re expecting

What to expect from the next-generation smartwatch You know it, we know it, the world knows it: later this year, it’s pretty likely – sorry,

Sony RX100 V vs RX100 VI – The 10 Main Differences

Since the release of the first RX100, Sony has made some impressive leaps forward in terms of what a compact camera can do – particularly

We read your wearable tech’s privacy policy so you don’t have to

What you agreed to – GDPR edition Let’s face facts: When you get a new wearable device, whether it be a smartwatch or fitness tracker,

Wear OS v Fitbit OS: Let the smartwatch OS battle commence

We compare two alternatives to the watchOS packed on the Apple Watch We get it. You’ve seen the Apple Watch and you’re like, yeah, no

2018 Husqvarna Vitpilen 701 First Ride Review

It’s finally here, folks. The 2018 Husqvarna Vitpilen 701. Since its concept was unveiled at EICMA in 2015, the 701 has been a highly anticipated

Fitbit explains how it created the look of the Versa – and it’s not to do with Pebble

What is a squircle anyway? At the Fitbit Versa launch event, CEO James Park defined what exactly a “mass appeal” smartwatch should be: It’s got to have health and

The 10 Main Differences Between the Panasonic GH5S and G9

The Lumix GH5s and G9 are both flagship cameras from Panasonic, each with a distinctive identity. The latter has been designed with action and wildlife

Apple Watch Series 4 investigation: Exploring the new Watch evidence

What to expect from the next generation smartwatch You know it, we know it, the world knows it. In 2018, it’s pretty likely – sorry

This is Snapdragon 845: 2018’s AR, VR, and HDR super-chip

Qualcomm has taken the wraps off its new super-chip, the Snapdragon 845, set to be found inside smartphones, tablets, and more come 2018. Renewing Qualcomm‘s focus

Google’s $1.1bn HTC deal: 5 things to know

Google has gone shopping, spending $1.1bn on picking up some of the key Pixel team from long-time Android partner HTC. It’s not the outright acquisition

Canon EOS 100D vs Canon 200D Comparisons Review

When you find that your photography needs more than your compact camera or bridge camera can offer, the next step is an entry-level DSLR. One

Fujifilm X-E3 First Impressions Review

The Fujifilm X-E3 is a 24MP mid-level APS-C mirrorless camera, designed as a smaller, more touchscreen-driven sister model to the SLR-like X-T20. In terms of

Lenovo Vibe K4 Note review: Affordable yet loaded with features review

OUR VERDICT A decent budget offering for multimedia junkies FOR Good display Great package for multimedia lover AGAINST Sub-par camera Lenovo  has been quite aggressive

Amazon Dash Wand review: A home shopping device made for a not-too-distant future

The Amazon Dash Wand won’t solve your pantry problems just yet, but it’s a cool device at a killer price. Pros Compact, refrigerator-friendly design. The

Apple watchOS v Samsung Tizen: Battle of the smartwatch platforms

From app support to fitness, we see how the two operating systems match up Apple versus Samsung. These two tech giants have been fighting it

Amazon Dash Wand: What you can and can’t do with this Alexa device

A few years ago, Amazon quietly announced a new gadget, the Dash Wand, but it’s taken until now to give it a wider, official launch.

Apple Watch Series 2 v Garmin Vivoactive HR: Which is best for you?

The Apple Watch Series is undeniably more fitness-focused than its predecessor, so it’s no surprise that it might come into the equation for anyone looking

Apple Watch Series 3 investigation: How Apple’s next smartwatch could go solo

Analysts, developers and others give their thoughts on the rumours We get it, the Apple Watch Series 3 is on your mind. What if you

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017) preview: The best business laptop money can buy?

If there’s one so-called “business laptop” brand that keeps its customers happy time and again, that would be ThinkPad. The once IBM-owned brand has remained

Fender Fxa2 In Ear Monitors Review

When you think “Fender,” your brain conjures up images of guitars, of long-haired tattooed musicians exploding into ear-piercing solos. It’s an appropriate assessment — the

WD BLUE 1TB SSD REVIEW

Western Digital has long been the gold standard for hard disk drives. Ask any PC enthusiasts what hard disk to buy, and they’re almost certainly

Nest Cam Outdoor Review

Streaming security cameras are probably the most popular gadget in the connected home, and Nest the best known today. After a fairly slow start after

Prime lenses for your Fuji X-series camera

If you’re new to the Fuji system, you’ll want to make sure you choose the best glass available. Here, Andrew Gibson reveasl three of his

Lenovo Moto Z vs. Moto X Pure: Does Lenovo’s new flagship stand up to last year’s champ?

Lenovo has finally taken the wraps off the long-awaited Moto Z. The Moto Z, the successor to last year’s Moto X, actually marks a pretty big

RICOH ACQUIRES WIRELESS MEMORY CARD MANUFACTURER EYEFI

Ricoh Innovations Corporation, often shortened to Ricoh, has announced its acquisition of wireless memory card company Eyefi. According to an email sent out by Eyefi,

Ricoh announces the HD Pentax-DA 55-300mm F4.5-6.3 ED PLM WR RE lens

Ricoh Imaging announces compact, lightweight and weather-resistant HD PENTAX-DA 55-300mm F4.5-6.3ED PLM WR RE lens. The new HD PENTAX-DA 55-300mm F4.5-6.3ED PLM WR RE is a

Canon EOS 80D review : The mid-range master

For Continuous autofocus unparalleled at this level, 100% optical finder (finally), fast performance and significant buffer, decent image quality throughout, vari-angle touchscreen (with speedy live