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Nintendo Switch Lite gets a Flip Cover but only in Japan

To some, the Switch Lite might be a downgraded Switch. Technically, it is and that might exactly what others want, sacrificing less used features, like

Brinno Empower TLC2000 review: This time-lapse security camera meets a niche need

The Empower can capture hours of video clips and instantly turn them into narrative videos. Brinno’s Empower TLC2000 security camera serves a very particular niche:

Honor Magic 2 Review: enchanting but mildly disappointing

The quest for “edge to edge” bezel-less screens have forced smartphone makers to search for solutions to a problem of their own making. Unless you

iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max: To Upgrade or Not

Another year, another batch of new iPhones. More than just the beginning of a new breed of iPhones, last year’s iPhone X is changing the

Surface Go: what you’re really paying for

There are few things in tech history that have gone down in history to be so polarizing, like Apple’s removal of the headphone jack, the

Tablets are still falling: why it needs to grow and how

Just days after dropping the figures for the smartphone market, market researchers and analysts are putting the spotlight on the second favorite poster boy for

Galaxy Tab S4: where it wins and what it still needs

The past few months have been surprisingly interesting for the tablet market. Apple launched what was practically a budget iPad Pro. Google brought out the

Panasonic Lumix GX800 preview: Small but perfectly formed

For all that the Lumix GF7 was compact, it wasn’t the prettiest camera around. Hitting the UK in early 2015, the slightly-updated GF8 skipped the

Ducati 1199 Panigale R First Ride Review

Ducati pushed the envelope with its 1199 Panigale establishing a new standard of what we expect from a twin-cylinder sportbike. Although it impressed in some

Narrative Clip 2 wearable camera now life-logs with video

Narrative isn’t quite ready to ship the Clip 2, its second-generation wearable camera, but the life-logger is already getting a pre-release upgrade. The clip-on will

Two indie pretenders to the ‘XCOM’ crown

2012’s XCOM: Enemy Unknown was a revelation. I’d never played the ’90s original or its successors, but I was immediately drawn in by the reboot’s

Narrative Clip Review – A wearable camera with context

  Can you remember what you were doing last week? How about last month, or a year ago? Life-loggers like Narrative’s Clip promise to make