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Misfit Vapor review

OUR VERDICT Misfit’s first foray into the world of smartwatches brings with it a big bold screen, a premium design and a low price tag

Sonos Sub review: All about that bass

Sonos launched its wireless subwoofer – the Sonos Sub – way back in 2012. It was originally designed to fit into any room, promising to instantly boost

Hands on: Nokia 2 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT A solid performer, albeit a little slow to use and will only suit those looking for a very basic, well-made Android smartphone

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

Qualcomm invades Intel’s turf with Snapdragon PCs that push battery life over performance

Qualcomm showed Snapdragon PCs from Asus and HP that promise two-day battery life and always-on connections. Qualcomm is invading Intel’s turf, announcing Windows PCs that

Technics Ottava f SC-C70 Review

Pros Contemporary form factor Audio upscaling of 16-bit sources Wide, musical soundstage Cons Unconvincing bass response Ineffectual Space Tune EQ CD playback can sound a

Sonos PlayBar review: An excellent wireless multi-room and TV speaker solution

The Sonos Playbar is specifically designed to sit under or above your wall-mounted TV, while the more recent Sonos Playbase, is designed to sit beneath your

The best Samsung Gear S3 apps : Make your wrist more functional with our pick of the best apps

Despite the arrival of the Samsung Gear Sport, the Samsung Gear S3 is one of the best smartwatches you can get your hands on right

Marshall Woburn multi-room speaker review

OUR VERDICT Incredibly loud, and with an unmistakably iconic design, this skilled centrepiece wireless speaker balances Bluetooth, AirPlay, ChromeCast, Spotify Connect and multi-room. FOR Big

Samsung Gear Sport v Samsung Gear S3: Clash of the Samsung titans

Which Samsung smartwatch should adorn your wrist? Despite the Samsung Gear Sport rolling around this holiday, Samsung still considers the Gear S3 its big flagship

Marshall Acton multi-room speaker review

OUR VERDICT ChromeCast, AirPlay and Google Home are baked-in to this vintage-styled and thoroughly solid-sounding wireless, Bluetooth and multi-room-capable speaker, but its frequent drop-outs disappoint.

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

Ultimate Ears Megablast and Blast Review: Alexa cuts the cord

PROS Loud, rugged speakers withstand rough treatment Alexa without the power cord is great Megablast lives up to its name in volume Charging dock is

Garmin Vivoactive 3 v Samsung Gear Sport: The sports smartwatch skirmish

Which sporty smartwatch is for you? Over the past year, we’ve seen a lot of smartwatches heavily focused on being really great at fitness. Two

Fitbit Charge 2 v Fitbit Ionic: The Fitbit heavyweights go head-to-head

We help you decide between Fitbit’s flagship fitness tracker and smartwatch For some time, the Charge 2 has led Fitbit’s line of fitness trackers, showcasing

Hands on: B&O Beoplay M3 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT B&O has traditionally focussed on the high-end with its home listening products, so its nice to see it approach the mainstream end

Bragi Dash and Dash Pro guide: Everything you need to know about the smart earbuds

The lowdown on the award-winning hearable plus some top tips and tricks The Bragi Dash was, in our eyes, the original hearable. It started out

Vinci 2.0 is a standalone hearable designed to be your perfect running partner

Hearables are a bit of a thing now. More and more companies, even big ones like Google and Apple, are looking to create voice-based devices that can help

2017 Audi Q5 2.0 TFSI v Porsche Macan v Jaguar F-Pace 25t R-Sport comparison

SUVs are such a widely accepted part of the automotive landscape these days that few batted an eyelid when Jaguar, after 80-odd years of racing cars,

Sony UBP-X1000ES review

The phrase ‘pushing the envelope’ has nothing to do with post, or stationery for that matter. It originally referred to the ‘flight envelope’ – the

Polk Omni S2 review

The Good: The compact Polk Omni S2 is one of the least-expensive Play-Fi multiroom speakers yet. It offers a big soundstage and lots of bass. The

Jibo Review: Alexa gets some cute competition

PROS Engaging movements really add to Jibo’s personality Facial-recognition makes the robot more proactive Far more personable than an Amazon Echo CONS Expensive compared to

Fabriq Chorus review: This Alexa-powered smart speaker is an excellent value

It sounds great, can operate on battery power, and comes with a charging dock. If you don’t mind not being able to ask Alexa to

2018 Volvo V90 review

THE GOOD: The V90 has the best looks in its segment, it’s well sorted on the road and it’s loaded with tech meant to make your

Top 20 Best Stereo Receivers of 2017

In this review we feature the best stereo receivers for serious audiophiles and those who want to take their music listening experience to the next

iHome iAVS16 Alarm Clock with Amazon Alexa review

The Good: The iHome iAVS16 is a functional clock with a USB charging port and near-full Alexa functionality, including music playback, traffic and weather, and —

Roku Ultra vs Apple TV 4K vs Nvidia Shield: Face-Off

Streaming dongles are more powerful and affordable than ever, but if you want a truly premium viewing experience, a full-fledged box is the way to

Amazon Echo 2 review

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2017 was Year of the Rooster – but we’re inclined to suggest it’s also been the year of the smart speaker.

Cubix CubeBook Review

Pros Sleek design Spacious display Large battery Cons Middling speaker performance Reflective screen Laptops are getting more powerful each and every day. Most of them

Naim Uniti Nova review

While we’re concerned, first and foremost, with getting absolutely the best sound quality at any given price, we’re not so dogmatic that we don’t want