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Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV 4 first impressions and features overview: 55-inch 4K HDR at a great price point

Xiaomi has captured the budget smartphone market and is now planning to make its mark in the TV segment with the launch of the Mi

Apple HomePod vs Google Home vs Amazon Echo showdown

With the launch of the Apple HomePod, and pending the launch of a Bixby speaker, if there will ever be one, the major pieces on

Now TV Smart Stick Review

Pros Great value Easy to navigate No-commitment access to Sky content Cons Now TV only streams in 720p for now No Netflix or Amazon Interface

Now TV Smart Stick FIRST LOOK Review : Is Now TV’s answer to the Fire TV Stick the best-value streamer yet?

The cheap Now TV Smart Stick allows you to pause live TV and stream in Full HD, but is it any better than the Fire

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,

BenQ GS1 Review

Pros Watchable pictures in all but direct sunlight Cute, practical design Surprisingly rich feature list – including Wi-Fi and Android OS Cons Black levels are

Cello Platinum P55ANSMT-4K Review: Can this cheap 4K TV save Christmas?

Pros Low-cost UHD display Gutsy soundbar Low input lag for gamers Cons Not HDR compatible Outdated smart platform Basic picture processing Key Features Review Price:

Sony XBR-X900E Review

The Good: The Sony XBR-X900E evinces excellent image quality, with deep black levels, accurate color, solid video processing and best-in-class high dynamic range performance. Its modern,

TiVo Bolt Vox DVR review: New look, same old app problem

Tivo’s latest DVR brings a software overhaul and voice search, but it still feels tethered to the past. Pros The new software is simpler and

Roku Express (2017) Review

Pros Superb app selection Neutral approach Easy to use Cheap Cons Some apps look dated Still some lag Key Features Review Price: £29.99/$39.59 1080p picture

Netgear Arlo Pro 2 review: This already impressive indoor/outdoor security camera gets better

The second-generation Arlo Pro comes with higher resolution, improved motion detection, and more flexible installation options. The Arlo Pro 2 adds polish to an already

Amazon Cloud Cam Review: Alexa will see you now

PROS Affordable camera undercuts the competition Cloud storage plans are more affordable for multi-cam setups 1080p day and night vision is solid CONS Free service

Vizio M-Series (2017) review

The Good: The affordable Vizio M-Series has better overall picture quality than anything else at its price, and in some ways outperforms even more expensive TVs.

Alexa vs. Siri vs. Google Assistant: Which Smart Assistant Wins?

As if managing our interpersonal relationships weren’t already challenging enough in this digital day and age, now we have to worry about talking to artificial

Amazon Fire TV Review

Pros  Snappy operation  Stable connection  4K and HDR  Slim and sleek design  Simple UI Cons  Amazon content takes priority  No Now TV  Must use bundled

Roku Streaming Stick and Stick+ review: A new remote makes a big difference

Roku’s stellar mid-range streamers get even better. In a perfect world, cutting the cable cord and setting up a new streaming player would allow you

Roku Streaming Stick Plus Review: The Ultimate 4K Streaming Stick

THE GOOD Inexpensive Full 4K HDR capabilities Huge app selection Customizable interface THE BAD Remote lacks an audio jack Search could be deeper VERDICT The

Which is the best movie streaming box for you? New Fire TV vs Apple TV 4K vs Chromecast and more

A lot of TVs nowadays have some variation of streaming service built in, but there are still plenty of us that still have “dumb” TVs.

Hisense 43H6D Review: Budget-Friendly 4K HDR

THE GOOD 4K HDR support Affordable price Plenty of HDMI ports Easy-to-use interface THE BAD Chunky design Low brightness Backlight isn’t uniform Limited app selection

Apple TV 4K vs Amazon Fire TV 4K (2017): What’s the difference?

Apple TV 4K vs Amazon Fire TV 4K: Which is the better buy? Amazon and Apple have both recently unveiled new 4K HDR compatible streaming

Amazon Fire TV (2017) hands on review

The streaming device to beat them all? Amazon’s new Fire TV box has a fresh design, supports 4K HDR video and Dolby Atmos sound, and

Westinghouse 4K Amazon Fire TV Review: Great for anyone, especially cord-cutters

PROS Very bright backlight and crisp images Amazon’s platform works flawlessly OTA TV features are great for cord-cutters Lightweight Having Alexa on the TV is

Apple TV 4K Review: One Powerful (But Pricey) Streaming Box

THE GOOD Fantastic 4K HDR content Intuitive home screen Simple iOS and macOS integration THE BAD Expensive Fiddly remote No digital audio or USB ports

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017) Review

Key Features Review Price: £169.00/$253.5 Hands-free Alexa Android with Fire OS 5 1080p screen What is the Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)? This is an

And finally: Blackberry and Timex might be working on a smartwatch together

All the other news of the week Welcome to the end of Apple week. The Cupertino company came out and announced the Apple Watch Series

Apple TV 4K vs Apple TV: Prices, specs and features compared

Apple is finally joining the civilized world of 4K Ultra-HD with its new Apple TV 4K, a new streaming box that can output the higher resolution in conjunction with HDR.

Ricoh Theta V hands-on: 360 camera goes 4K

Ricoh has revealed its brand new 360-degree camera, the Ricoh Theta V, stepping up to 4K video and 3D spatial surround sound audio. Replacing the Theta

Nebula Mars Portable Cinema review

The Good: The Nebula Mars is a compact portable projector that delivers decent video quality for its size, and has built-in sound via dual 10W

Google Home and Chromecast vs. Amazon Echo and Fire TV: Which is the best hands-free TV experience?

Watching TV no longer requires a remote–at least in certain circumstances. Let’s be honest: Reaching for the remote while watching TV isn’t a major inconvenience.