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M1 Macs: How to check if your favourite apps are ready for an upgrade

It’s pretty tempting to upgrade to one of the new M1-powered Macs, but waiting to ensure optimal compatibility with the full suite of apps might

M1 Macs can run native Windows 10, but Apple puts onus on Microsoft

An Apple executive has confirmed that the new M1 Mac computers are “very capable” of running Windows natively, but says the ball is very much

13-inch MacBook Pro M1 review: Amazing breakthroughs in processing and battery performance

Testing shows remarkable performance benefits when using native software. For years, it’s been iPhone this, iPhone that. And for good reason. But now, the Mac—the

Philips 279C9 monitor review

Precision productivity. That’s the Philips 279C9’s core proposition. It’s a 27-inch 4K monitor that not only offers precise image quality thanks to its 4K native

macOS Big Sur Features: Native iPhone and iPad apps confirmed

Apple’s next major macOS update is called Big Sur. The latest version of the operating system hopes to redesign your desktop and set the stage

Is React Native the right tool for Mobile App Development

React Native is a JavaScript framework. It provides native rendering of mobile applications for iOS and Android, per Thinkwik. React Native gives free information to

Sony VPL-VW590ES review

The Sony VPL-VW590ES is Sony’s top lamp-based, native 4K projector. There are more premium models in the family, but they feature laser light sources instead.

Unusual Panasonic LUMIX BGH1 camera wants to ride on your drone

Panasonic has a new micro four thirds camera, but the LUMIX DC-BGH1 might not look quite like you expect it to. The company’s first box-style

Epson EH-TW7100 review

In a world of laser and ultra-short throw technologies, Epson has kept faith in its traditional 3LCD projectors. The Epson EH-TW7100 is the more premium

New Chromecast with Google TV won’t get Stadia until 2021

The new Chromecast with Google TV dongle will eventually have access to the Stadia cloud gaming app, despite it being MIA at launch. The new

Venus Optics brings its Laowa 9mm T2.9, 12mm T2.9 and 15mm T2.1 cine primes to Canon RF mount

Venus Optics has announced it’s now adding a Canon RF lens mount option for three of its ultra-wide cinema primes: the 9mm T2.9 ‘Zero-D’ lens,

Viewsonic VP3881 monitor review

Once upon a time, maximum productivity equaled multiple business monitors. But not in this age of superwide screens. Enter the Viewsonic VP3881. With a 38-inch

GooDee YG620 Review

I have reviewed a few projectors this year, most of them being mini or pico projectors. The GooDee YG620 is not one of them. This

Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: What’s the difference?

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S next-gen consoles are both confirmed to launch in November, but which is the best console for

Oculus plans to kill off PC-only VR in 2021

Dead VR walking: Oculus says it will kill of the Oculus Rift S in 2021. After launching its latest standalone VR headset, the Oculus Quest

Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: New details confirmed for next-gen consoles

Microsoft has confirmed it will be launching two consoles for the next generation of consoles: the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S. But

Yamaha’s latest affordable AV receivers feature support for 8K and HDMI 2.1

Yamaha has announced two new AV receivers in the RX-V4A and RX-V6A, both of which will feature support for 8K and HDMI 2.1 connectivity. Yamaha’s

Flashback: the Oppo N1 turned the camera around on you

Not long after phones first learned how to take photos came the first phones with dedicated selfie cameras. But the arrival of 3G networks meant that

6 Gadgets That Will Be Tremendously Valuable When You’re Travelling On Your Own

It is indeed true that it isn’t possible to carry everything you want to or might need while traveling. The constraints imposed by luggage restrictions

Windows Your Phone Apps Feature: what you need to know

When Samsung debuted the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra earlier this month, it tried to appeal to a more work-oriented crowd, positioning

How to Make Sure You Don’t Lose Your Passwords

Losing your password in your personal accounts must be one of the worst nightmares you can ever have. It can make you lose important things

Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG DN Hands-on Review

The Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG DN is the latest in the company’s ‘DN’ (Digital Native) lens lineup, designed specifically for use with mirrorless interchangeable lens

Anker Nebula Mars II Pro Rview

As the high-end model in Anker’s Nebula line of entertainment projectors, the Anker Nebula Mars II Pro packs good brightness for a mini projector and

2021 Brabus Mercedes-Benz GLB: Worthy alternative to a proper AMG

For a moment, let’s forget the fact that Mercedes-Benz has a proper AMG 35 version of the 2021 GLB crossover. Now we got that out of

Sony a7S III initial review

Sony’s alpha 7S Mark III is the third iteration in the most video-focused of the company’s a7 series of full frame cameras. It’s essentially a

Indian vs Harley: Five Ways to Pick the Motorcycle that’s Right for You

How to choose your tribe wisely It’s an age-old question in America – or it was, at least, until Indian threw in the towel in

NVIDIA DLSS 2.0: Upgrading real-time ray tracing

Most people know NVIDIA’s latest RTX-series of GPUs for its inclusion of RTX cores that handle real-time ray tracing. Often overlooked, it also includes tensor

LG OLED55CX Review

LG’s mid-range C-series OLED returns with improved AI skills, Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker Mode The LG CX (OLED55CX) is the South Korean manufacturer’s mid-range

The Sony a7S II replacement is coming and it’s going to be big

Sony is starting from scratch with the Alpha 7S Mark II replacement, promising that the hotly-anticipated camera will be a ground-up reinvention. The a7S II

watchOS 7: ​Apple Watch gets native sleep tracking at WWDC

New features galore at WWDC Apple has taken the wrappers off watchOS 7 at WWDC 20, and as expected, the company has unveiled native sleep