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2016 – 2017 Suzuki GSX-S1000 / GSX-S1000F Review

Suzuki  launched a legacy when it introduced the world to the GSX-R 750 back in 1985, and the factory has added to that family tree with

ROOST SMART SMOKE ALARM REVIEW

HIGHS Detects four hazards: smoke, fire, carbon monoxide, and natural gas Less expensive than the competition Warns you before the battery dies LOWS Lacks some

Leagoo M5 Review – The First Shockproof Pure Metal Phone under $90!

Who says that rugged phones are the toughest smartphones on the planet? Are metal and glass smartphones that much fragile that they tear into pieces right

Nest Cam Outdoor Review

PROS Great video quality Easy and comprehensive app AI shows promise CONS Not as convenient to install as a battery-powered camera Nest Aware subscription required

Nissan 370Z Nismo vs. Infiniti Q60 400: Buy This, Not That

Just say the letter Z to some Japanese car enthusiasts and they start to get a faraway look in their eyes. Don’t do it completely unprompted,

Samsung Galaxy C7 review : A Note for the masses

1. Introduction Busy expanding its lineup, Samsung is using a Sesame Street approach of sorts, going through the alphabet one letter at a time. For

Next Nexus (2016): Release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Google’s Nexus programme gives birth to a pure Android smartphone every year, sometimes two. The idea behind the Nexus is to showcase Android in its purest

Hands on: Moto Z review

Goodbye Moto X. Hello Moto Z OUR EARLY VERDICT Moto Z is a modular smartphone that pulls off the add-ons idea better than the LG

2016 Lexus GS F in Super-Sedan Showdown with BMW, Audi, and Cadillac

The 2016 Lexus GS F breaks new ground for the Japanese luxury brand, giving it its fire-breathing V8 mid-size sport sedan in a bid to

OUKITEL K10000 REVIEW – BIGGEST BATTERY SMARTPHONE

Have you ever heard about a phone with 10000 mAh battery? Obviously no, but here we are with Oukitel K10000 review. Oukitel is a Chinese handset company that has unveiled

Next Nexus (2016) : Release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Google’s Nexus programme gives birth to a pure Android smartphone every year, sometimes two, or perhaps a tablet. The idea behind the Nexus is to showcase

Kurio Xtreme 2 Tablet Review

The Pros Affordable price; Decent parental controls; Fun, motion-controlled games The Cons Sluggish performance; Short battery life; Relatively dim display Verdict The Kurio Xtreme 2

2015 Aprilia Caponord 1200 First Ride Review

Returning to the US after a multi-year hiatus, the latest generation of Aprilia’s Caponord 1200 is back. The revised Caponord graces American shores as a

Samsung Galaxy J2 review

1. Introduction Samsung is flying high on the wings of its flagships success, but it hasn’t turned its back on the entry-level market. The Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy A8 review

1. Introduction You don’t need to be the best if you can be the crowd favorite. The Samsung Galaxy A8 is Samsung’s thinnest smartphone yet

Asus Zenfone Selfie review

1. Introduction The Asus Zenfone Selfie has got to be the company’s most straightforward attempt at product naming. Sure, it does have the mandatory 7-symbol

Apple TV 2015 review

Pros Interface is easy to pick up Siri Remote works well Voice search and control brilliant Cons No 4K support Sparse app store Parental controls

2016 Lexus GS F First Drive

“Man, this is nice,” my driving partner says, as if a little surprised. We’re just seated inside the 2016 Lexus GS F, awash in colorful

Steam Controller review

Pros Touchpads add a new dimension Able to play strategy games Soild buttons and analogue stick Cons Not as precise as a mouse and keyboard

What to Expect of Google’s September 29 Event

The season of much-anticipated smartphone events continues, as the day on which Google is expected to unveil its latest “pure Android” smartphones has been announced. Lauren Goode

Project Ara might have hit a snag, Puerto Rico launch ditched

It’s probably too premature to sound the alarm, but Project Ara might be further delayed than it already is. Although more positively and warmly welcomed

Google did not just turn into Alphabet

In the past half-day since Google announced Alphabet, there’s been just as much confusion as there has been understanding. What Google didn’t do was turn

Google hopes Chromebook will expand share of workplace market

Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows