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Everything you were afraid to ask about your new smartwatch Android Wear has a new name: Wear OS. Google has rebranded its smartwatch OS, moving

Sony Xperia XZ2 review

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Logitech G adds G560 LIGHTSYNC speakers and G513 keyboard

Logitech G, the company’s gamer-centric division, has added a new G513 Mechanical Keyboard and G560 PC Gaming Speaker to its line-up, complete with plenty of

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

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Teardown

Introduction While phone makers and operating system developers of dubious numeracy skip straight from eight to ten, Samsung stays strong and gives us the Samsung

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

Light L16 Review

The Light L16 – The most-hyped camera ever? When Light first came on the scene, way back in April of 2015, we were pretty excited

HTC Vive Focus Hands-on Review : The kind of standalone VR headset we need to see more of

MWC 2018: The question is, will it launch outside of China? Cables. That is the number one thing I hate most about the first generation

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

Windows 10 on ARM is being groomed to fail

Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be on all its supported platforms and so far it indeed has, from desktops to 2-in-1 tablets to Xbox to

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.

5 ways Apple can stop developers from abandoning Apple Watch

Come back, Twitter, eBay, and Slack! By all accounts, Apple Watch Series 3 is a huge hit for Apple. Over the past year, Apple Watch has steadily increased its

Apple’s Touch Bar needs to grow up

Apple’s biggest changes to its MacBook range in 2018 may be focused on overhauling the processors inside its notebooks, but it’s making the most of

MacBook Buying Guide 2018 – Which Mac should you buy?

When it comes to purchasing a Mac, we’ve got the lowdown on each model to help you make a buying decision. If you’re reading this

Ryzen CPUs explained: Everything you need to know about AMD’s disruptive multicore chips

AMD’s powerful Ryzen processors democratize CPU cores and challenge Intel’s high-end chips. After a decade of fielding ho-hum FX-series processors, AMD’s finally released its highly

As Pebble is given its death sentence, its most loyal fans are racing to rebuild it

Come 30 June, the lights will be switched off Since the new year started, Pebble users have been on borrowed time. When the company closed

5 ways HomePod will beat Amazon Echo and Google Home (and 5 ways it won’t)

The battle lines are drawn. Apple’s HomePod smart speaker is finally almost here. After a month-long delay that caused it to miss the all-important holiday-shopping season, Apple

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

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