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On the horizon: The state of real-time translation hearables

The what’s what of translation hearables Technology is gradually breaking down language barriers. You can use translation tools to read websites and text, and can

Dell OptiPlex 5050 Micro PC review

OUR VERDICT Offering a powerful level of performance in a very small case, alongside plenty of expansion options and a three-year warranty, the OptiPlex 5050

Samsung DeX Review: The Phone-as-PC Dream Remains Elusive

THE GOOD Super-simple setup Cheaper than most Chromebooks Easy to use Adds Ethernet and two USB Type-A ports THE BAD Small number of officially supported

Windows 10 S Unveiled: Here’s How It’s Different

Microsoft (May 2) announced Windows 10 S, an education-focused version of Windows 10 that runs only preinstalled applications or apps downloaded from the Windows Store. It’s

Hands on: MaxOak K2 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The MaxOak K2 is an impressive piece of kit that’s worth every penny for the target audience. Its 50Ah capacity will ensure

Hands on: Xplore iX125 R1 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT If you need a rugged tablet that can outpace most laptops and want it now, then the Xplore iX125 R1 should top

Hands on: Fujitsu Lifebook S936 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Fujitsu has a winner on its hands, with the S936 offering excellent performance along with some stunning expansion capabilities and shockingly good

FINSix Dart Charger Review

The Pros Tiny; Multiple color options; Extra USB port The Cons Prongs don’t fold; No MacBook options Verdict The FINSix Dart is the smallest laptop

Fujitsu RH77/X and WR1/X tablets are 12.5-inch 2-in-1 tablets

Fujitsu has rolled out a pair of new tablets that are aiming directly at the users out there who might be thinking about picking up

Fujitsu spins off PC, smartphone businesses

In what could be seen as yet another worrying development for the steadily declining PC industry, Fujitsu has announced that it has split its PC,

Fujitsu Amilo Mini Ui 3520 Review

When Fujitsu-Siemens announced they’d be making a netbook, many ears pricked up. The company has a long history of ultraportable devices, and still makes one

Fujitsu-Siemens’ ultra-portable P1610

  The ultraportable MacBook some were hoping for didn’t arrive at WWDC, so it seems a good time to look at options for the mobile