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Google rolls out Wear OS Version H to give your smartwatch a battery boost

Software update will hit watches over the coming months Good news, Wear OS smartwatch owners: there’s a new software update on the way promising to give your

HighPoint 7101A PCIe NVMe RAID card: The world isn’t ready for its amazing 11GBps throughput

With four M.2 slots, and 16 PCIe channels, it outruns the capabilities of most PCs and software. If there’s any review I’ve been anxiously awaiting

Pixel 3 tips and tricks: Getting the most from your new Google phone

Google makes Android freely available to phone manufacturers so they can tweak and contort the OS to suit their needs. Nonetheless, Google does have its

Polar Vantage V review

A great multisports watch in the making, but the software isn’t fully formed The Vantage V is the multisports watch Polar hopes will emulate the V800 – a watch

Android 9 Pie vs Android 8.0 Oreo Walkthrough: What’s New

In this guide we’ll show you everything that’s new in Android Pie, Google’s 9th major update for phones and tablets. We’ll show you what to expect

Which Smartphone Has The Best Camera 2018

It’s a tough job to work out which mobile phone has the best camera. Each new phone launch focuses heavily on the quality of their

10 Cool Things the OnePlus 6T Can Do

The new OnePlus 6T is an impressive phone with plenty of neat new features. You’ll love the huge display and the dual cameras, but that’s not all

Fixing Wear OS: How Google could fight back against the Apple Watch

Where Google is going right and wrong with its smartwatch platform There’s no doubt Wear OS is living in the shadow of the Apple Watch right now — while

6 Reasons to Buy the OnePlus 6T & 3 Reasons Not To

The new OnePlus 6T could be one of the best phones of 2018, but it isn’t perfect. If you’re a potential buyer here we’ll go over multiple reasons why it’s

DxO PhotoLab 2 Review: Fast & easy-to-use raw converter & editor brings out the best in your photos

Introduction French company DxO has long been known for their superb and highly advanced photo software, specifically their OpticsPro lens corrections and Prime noise reduction

5 Things to Know About OnePlus Android Pie Updates

Now that the first OnePlus Android Pie update is finally available, users are patiently waiting for more details. Just a few months after Google’s Android

Insignia 43-Inch 4K Fire TV Edition Review: The First Good Amazon TV

The Insignia 43-inch 4K Fire TV Edition ($299 as tested) is the third Amazon-powered smart TV we’ve reviewed, but it’s the first we’d recommend. We’ve

Huawei Watch GT hand-on review: Wear OS is shown the door

The Huawei Watch series has undergone a series of changes over the years. From the first-gen glitzy-looking Watch – which we thought was just too massive –

Google Pixel 3 Review: Picture greatness

PROS Camera technology leads the pack Elegant, tactile glass & metal design Wireless charging is a welcome addition OLED screens look great CONS Pixel 3

GPU Turbo vs Hyper Boost: What are the Differences?

Let’s compare the two current performance-enhancing tech out there As consumers demand better performance for phones, brands are now looking for ways to deliver exactly

Google Pixel 3: The 5 features that matter most

In a phone reveal that left little room for hardware surprises, Google’s Pixel 3 and 3 XL still demoed software innovation. If the Pixel 3

Nokia 7.1 First Impressions: HDR display at a pocket-friendly price

It’s been around 20 months HMD Global has been in existence and the way the company has resurrected the Nokia brand is nothing but phenomenal.

HP Omen Mindframe headset review: HP nails the cooling, but the basics need work

The thermoelectric cooling is no mere gimmick. It really works. The HP Omen Mindframe comes close to being a great headset with an interesting gimmick,

Logitech K600 TV Keyboard Review: A keyboard for the couch

Thumb-friendly navigation features help Logitech’s couch keyboard stand out, though it’s not without faults. Pros Thumb-centric button layout makes for comfy couch use Supports wireless

Tesla v9.0 released: Dash Cam & more, but big Autopilot upgrade delayed

Tesla has begun pushing out Software Version 9.0 to its cars, billing the update as its “most substantial” so far, and adding features like Dash

LG V40 ThinQ vs V35 ThinQ vs V30: What’s the rumoured difference?

LG’s V series is the alternative flagship model, often ranged alongside the G series. Traditionally the V series was larger and a little niche; but

Microsoft Surface Event October 2nd: Everything we expect

Today we’re going to run down the various different devices and software we’re expecting Microsoft to show at their big Surface event on Tuesday. This

And finally: Huawei could be preparing two new smartwatches

Come crawling back, have you? Well, who could blame you – it’s been another barnstorming week in the ever-wacky world of wearable tech. We saw

Surface Pro and Surface Laptop update leaks have some terrible news

Microsoft’s big event may make relatively small changes this week in New York City, with its Surface refresh tipped to play it safe – or

Living with the new Wear OS: How I fell back in love with Google’s smartwatches

A smarter assistant has won me over For Google’s smartwatch users, life is feast or famine. We spent so long waiting on Google to do…

Bluesound Pulse Soundbar and Pulse Subwoofer review: Reference sound and outstanding streaming features

This soundbar/subwoofer combo is for audiophiles and cineastes who can afford to indulge their craving for refined, dynamic sound. Canadian manufacturer Bluesound makes some big

Razer Nari Ultimate review: This haptics-enabled gaming headset lets you literally feel the groove

Incredibly comfortable and aided by cooling gel in the ear cups, the Razer Nari Ultimate is a haptics-enabled headset that doesn’t feel like a one-off

10 Reasons to Upgrade to the iPhone SE in 2018

If you own an iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, or iPhone 5s this year might be the year to upgrade. There are a ton of options

Nokia 2.1 Review: Android Go Done Right

We check out Nokia’s Android Go Phablet offering! Google’s Android Go has proven to be a great way for manufacturers and brands to deliver a

Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 review: An ice-cold, whisper-silent beast of a graphics card

The powerful, massive Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 lets you choose between chilly temperatures or near-silent operation, outclassing the Nvidia Founders Edition in every way.