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5 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone SE 2 & 4 Reasons Not To

Apple is reportedly working on a sequel to the popular 4-inch iPhone SE and today we want to walk you through some reasons why you should, and

4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 11.3 & 11 Reasons You Should

Install iOS 11.3 for Better Security The iOS 11.3 update comes with enhanced security that will help protect you and your device(s) from harm. The update includes 27

Android P initial impressions: Two weeks daily driving Google’s latest OS

Android P is the latest iteration of Google’s mobile operating system, and it’s been available to test as a Developer Preview on the company’s Pixel

Xiaomi Black Shark vs Razer Phone: Gaming mobile specs fight

Fortnite’s going to have a whole lot of hardware to roll on whenever it gets to Android. First the Razer Phone, now the Xiaomi Black

Asus RT-AC86U Dual-Band AC2900 Router Review

PROS Great Wireless Performance Lots Of Advanced Features AiMesh Compatible Well-Designed Mobile App Browser-Based Interface CONS Can Not Be Mounted On A Wall A Bit

From sleep tracking to smart coaching: The 8 features we want to see in watchOS 5

We’re closing in on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (4 June, mark your calendars), where Tim Cook will get on stage, thank developers for their hard

iOS 11.4 first public beta includes two long-awaited features

Days after Apple dropped iOS 11.3 on its adoring iPad and iPhone faithful, the firm released the first developer preview for iOS 11.4. Now it’s available

And finally: Fitbit has been trash talking the Apple Watch in public

Happy Sunday wearable tech lovers. Put your feet up, grab your phone, iPad or laptop and let us catch you up on all that’s been

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

Yourtones Plus + Volume Limiting Total Protection Headphones REVIEW

Stop worrying about how loud your kids are listening to music. One of the big concerns I have these days concerns the quality of hearing

Android P: Here’s what to expect later this year

Android P is out of the woodwork. Or at least it got one of its feet out. The first developer preview is now available for

Sony A7 III vs Fujifilm X-H1 – The 10 Main Differences

The Sony A7 mark III and the Fujifilm X-H1 are priced similarly at approximately $1900/$2000 and are both, at the time of writing, two of

Garmin Connect: The ultimate guide

Tip and tricks for Garmin’s powerful training tool If you own a Garmin GPS running watch, fitness tracker or even a golf watch, you’ve got

Nintendo Labo first look

Key Features Review Price: £59.99/$79.79 Available April 27 for Nintendo Switch Turning up at a Nintendo Labo event as the only adult without a child

iPhone XI or iPhone X2: What’s the story so far with the new 2018 iPhone?

Apple announced three iPhones last year in the form of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X and now it’s time to think about this year’s new iPhones! The iPhone 8 and

Android P name, news and features: Will Android P be called Android Pineapple Cake?

Android 9 is almost upon us; here’s everything we know so far about Android P Very soon, Google’s 2018 I/O developer conference will be upon us.

Here’s everything we know about the next iOS 11 update : iOS 11.3 – Beta 2 adds Battery Health feature on some iPhone models

Updated 02/07/18: Apple has released Beta 2 to the public. The big addition in this release is the Battery health feature on some iPhone models.

Apple HomePod review: The smart sounding speaker that’s just not smart enough

The Apple HomePod is a £319/$424 speaker with Siri built-in. It plans to take on not only the much-cheaper Amazon Echo and Google Home but systems like Sonos too. Apple wants to deliver not only

Vaunt smart glasses: The 5 Glasshole lessons Intel learned

Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses are real, and they’re arguably the most realistic vision of how wearable computing can escape the “Glasshole” reputation. Fruit of the

1MORE MK802 Bluetooth Headphone Review : Rock The Bass Boost! Roll the features.

Pros: Bass boost switch is awesome and sure to be a huge crowd pleaser, excellent battery life and range, neutral presentation, flexibility, nice looks Cons: App is

And finally: Cancelled Microsoft Band 3 reviewed and more

And all the other smaller stories from the week Another week down, another seven days of mayhem. As Mike underlined in Week in wearable, the theme

iOS 11.3: Six reasons you should be excited

Apple has announced the iOS 11.3 developer beta, and there’s plenty to get excited about for iPhone, iPad, and smart home fans. Whether you’re an

And finally: LG’s next smartwatch may be called the Iconic

The week after CES is supposed to be a time for recovery and contemplation, or so the old adage goes. Instead, we got a whole

HTC Vive Pro – Everything you need to know about the 3K headset

For the longest time, the HTC Vive was the creme de la creme of the VR world. It was the big, great, innovative high-end headset

2018 Blocks smartwatch Hands-on Review : The Blocks modular smartwatch feels too late to the party

CES 2018: Modularity is an uphill battle The Blocks smartwatch was announced back in 2015, which in the relatively short timeline of modern wearables, feels

Dell XPS 13 (2018) hand-on review: The best new ultraportable to have?

Dell has refreshed its excellent Dell XPS 13 ultraportable laptop for 2018. This latest model ushers in a number of changes including a refreshed design, faster processor and new colour

Magic Leap: 5 things to know about the AR goggles

Magic Leap is a company that’s made a head-mounted virtual retinal display, or an augmented reality headset. A pair of goggles that allow users to

Magic Leap One: All the details on the mysterious mixed reality glasses

And what we still – STILL – don’t know The wait for Magic Leap has been a long roller coaster of emotions, but the company

OWC Thunderbolt 3 dock review

PROS Build quality are pretty solid Port arrangement provides good accessiblity CONS Could be priced better Too bulky/heavy for road warriors Provides only 65W of

iMac: Everything you need to know about Apple’s all-in-one computer

Apple’s iMacs deliver faster processors, better screens, more powerful graphics, and, at long last, Thunderbolt 3. The iMac is a direct descendant of the very first Mac,