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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

CES 2018 : All the biggest wearable tech announcements so far – UPDATE (Day 3)

We round up the latest smartwatch, VR and hearable unveilings from Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But after seeing a

HTC Vive Pro vs HTC Vive: What’s the difference?

HTC has announced a new version of the HTC Vive, dubbed the HTC Vive Pro, during CES 2018 in Las Vegas. This new model comes with a number of improved

HTC Vive Pro hand-on review: Better resolution gives a clearer experience

The HTC Vive, considered by many to be the leading virtual reality deviceon the market, has had an update worthy of a new product name: the

CES 2018: All the biggest wearable tech announcements so far

We round up the latest smartwatch, VR and hearable unveilings from Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But after seeing a

CES 2018: What to expect in smartwatches, virtual reality and more

All the biggest wearable tech announcements we’re expecting from Las Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But when it comes to wearable

Android in 2017: the highs and the lows

Another 365 (and one-fourth) days have passed. Naysayers have again been proven wrong. Android is still going strong and the open source operating system is

Apple in 2017: the good, the bad and the painfully inevitable

From the highs of the iPhone X to the lows of the iPhone X’s notch… Apple is in its very own Groundhog Day. Every year,

Androids don’t slow like iPhone, but maybe they should

Approximately one year ago, Apple made a bad decision in not properly announcing their iPhone slowdown measure with old devices with bad batteries. This week,

Got a new Apple Watch? Here’s what you need to know

Apple Watch missing manual: The essential guide to your smartwatch – Everything you need to know about the Apple Watch in one place The Apple Watch

Fitbit Blaze 2 investigation: Our hopes and expectations for the next half-smartwatch

A new Blaze is on the way, but what might it look like? The arrival of the Fitbit Ionic puts the Fitbit Blaze, the company’s

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

Best Fitbit Ionic watch faces: Give your smartwatch a bit of personality

Style that smartwatch with our pick of the best faces The Fitbit Ionic didn’t launch with many watch faces but a recent update has unleashed

Beyond iPhone X: 3 potential uses for Apple’s TrueDepth

Apple is investing almost $400m into the one of the companies responsible for its TrueDepth camera system on the iPhone X, and it’s likely just

iMac Pro (2017) first look review : Apple’s most powerful Mac is a multiprocessing beast

Made for video editing, 3D graphics, VR, and software development, Apple’s new pro Mac is an engineering feat. The long-awaited iMac Pro is finally here.

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,

Samsung vs. Acer Mixed Reality headsets: Which handles VR best?

Hardware The difference between Samsung’s and Acer’s headsets is immediately clear. The only thing remarkable about Acer’s aesthetic is the glossy-blue plastic visor, which, together

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

HP Omen X VR Backpack Review

You’ve never seen a PC like HP’s Omen X Compact Desktop. It’s a powerful gaming rig, and it’s small enough to do double duty as a

Windows 10 on ARM: 4 facts you need to know

In what could possibly be the biggest shake-up to Windows in years, Microsoft and Qualcomm announced the first ARM-powered Windows 10 PCs today, promising all-day

Android 8.1 Oreo is here: What’s new, what’s changed, and what’s awesome

Everything you need to master the latest major release of Android. Get your phones ready because Android Oreo is finally here. But its name isn’t the

ZTE AXON M REVIEW

Six years ago, a smartphone maker without much clout in the US designed an Android device with a novel second screen that turned a thick

Pinebook 14-inch review

OUR VERDICT If you’re after an affordable Linux laptop, look no further. Yes, you’ll need to get used to the keyboard, and the touchpad is

Firefox Quantum vs. Chrome: Which Is Faster?

Accompanying every new web browser version release is a flood of claims that it’s faster than anything else on the internet. And why not? In

Windows Mixed Reality Review

Key Features Multiple headset options Free for Windows 10 users Steam VR support incoming Multiple tiers of system requirements Editor’s Note: Windows Mixed Reality is still

And finally: Apple Watch Series 3 has some Siri issues

All the whispers and lighter stories from the past week It’s here, we’re back, and it’s time for And finally — your one and only place to

Big VR test: Oculus, Vive, PS VR and Windows Mixed Reality go head-to-head

Battle of the realities It seems like only yesterday we were anxiously awaiting our first glimpse of modern VR; today, we’re spoilt for choice. There’s

Synology DiskStation DS218j Review

Pros Easy to use Great performance Loads of apps Cons Some software quirks Key Features Review Price: £175/$233 Two-bay NAS 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch (with adaptor)

Nvidia vs AMD: which should be your next graphics card?

While console gaming sees the rivalry between PS4 Pro vs Xbox One X, PC gamers are equally zealous about the conflict of Nvidia vs AMD, the

Merge Cube review : Come for the VR headset, stay for the AR fun

Merge isn’t bringing anything new to the scene with its headset, despite its kid-friendly and intuitive design. Where it does innovate, however, is through the