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2020 Toyota Prius Prime Review

The “Prime” suffix would imply that the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime offers something above and beyond what you get with the normal Prius, and indeed,

iPhone 12 may bring back Touch ID in 2020

If Apple repeats the launch of the new iPhone release model seems to be repeating, next year’s new iPhone may eventually become the iPhone 12

iOS 13.1: Apple releases Public Beta 2

The first major update to iOS 13 brings features that won’t quite make it into the initial release. We’re still weeks away from the release

Audi Q5 Facelift Rendered With A4-Derived De-Chromed Front Clip

For the first time, the refreshed version of the Audi Q5 has been spied testing. The design changes were reported to be minor, but one

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lit up with a keyboard and stylus

Slashleaks published a new image of the tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, which is expected to be presented, presumably in August this year. Recall that

Ford recalls 58,000 Focus cars for a fault it failed to fix in earlier recall

In October 2018, Ford recalled 1.5 million select Ford Focus cars to sort out an issue that could have led to an engine stall and

15-inch MacBook Pro Battery Recall Program FAQ: Everything you need to know

Find out if your model is affected and how to get it fixed. Apple has announced a recall for “a limited number of older generation” 15-inch MacBook

MacBook Pro catching fire? Apple issues safety recall for overheating batteries

Apple customers who own an older-generation MacBook Pro may need to pay attention to recent safety recall issued by the technology company. Via a press

Audi e-tron recall affects US EVs: What you need to know

The road to electrification seldom goes smoothly, and Audi is getting its first taste of that with an proactive safety recall for some of its

Tamron is pulling out all the stops for its SP 35mm f/1.4 Di USD full-frame DSLR standard prime lens

In celebrating the 40th anniversary of their SP Series Lenses (which stands for “Superior Performance”) Tamron is releasing what they call the “ultimate” lens, their

Honda recalls 119,000 2019 CR-V crossovers over fears of airbag deployment

A manufacturing defect in select 2019 Honda CR-V crossovers may cause the airbag to malfunction and unexpectedly deploy, leading the automaker to recall 118,598 vehicles

Nikon recalls batches of Z6 and Z7 cameras for faulty stabilization systems

In-body vibration reduction (VR) is one of the features that sets Nikon’s new Z mirrorless cameras apart from the camera giant’s DSLRs — but VR

Star Wars Drone review: Propel’s Battle Drones are the best gift for the Star Wars fans – now under £60

Propel’s Star Wars Battle Drones are the perfect gift for your resident Star Wars fan – now they’re half price! Propel’s officially licensed Star Wars

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be the 5G phone to beat in 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be the first in the range to offer 5G connectivity, judging by the newly-released source code for the Galaxy

HP recalls 78,500 more laptop batteries because of fire concerns

The recall is an expansion of one previously announced in January 2018. HP has recalled 78,500 batteries used in its laptops and mobile workstations, due

Dell XPS 13 9380 review: The best little laptop fixes its biggest problem

Dell’s new Whiskey Lake U-based XPS 13 is faster and finally puts the camera on top When the big news surrounding the latest version of

Hyundai i30 N v Renault Megane RS v Volkswagen Golf GTI comparison

i30 N Luxury pack v Megane RS Sport EDC v Golf GTI (MY19 180kW) Renault and Volkswagen engineers had the great minds to think alike

Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy Note 5: Worth the Upgrade?

With the Galaxy Note 9 release officially here potential buyers are weighing all of their options. If you’re still using an old Galaxy Note 5 you have

Fujifilm XF10 vs X70 – The 10 Main Differences

Whilst attending a Fujifilm event a few months ago, I recall having a long conversation with one of the managers about the Fujifilm X70 who

iOS 12 multi-user ARKit 2.0: Here’s what’s special

Apple’s multi-player support for augmented reality experiences will support more than just the two-player games the company showed off during the WWDC 2018 keynote, with

Windows 10 April 2018 Update: Here’s what’s new

The next update for Windows 10 is nearly here. Once known as the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, Microsoft has now decided to call this

7 Best Features of the ASUS Zenfone 5

ASUS surely had the confusion coming when they started naming their flagships by generation instead of by screen size. Although to give them credit, they

Plantronics BackBeat 500 FIT review

If you pride yourself on visiting Sound Guys often, you may recall our review of the Plantronics BackBeat 500. The Plantronics BackBeat 500 FIT are

LG OLED65C7T Review

LG OLED65C7T: Detailed Review In the TV space, LG has always enjoyed excellent brand recall and trust. Why? Because the company makes good TVs. And

2017 Ford Escape range review

One of the Australian car market’s great mysteries is why Ford Australia has been so bad at convincing people to buy its Escape mid-sized SUV. Or, for that

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8: What It Needs to Win

Next week, Samsung executives will take the stage at a press event in New York to unveil the next generation of the Korean company’s supersize

LG V30 vs LG V20: What’s the rumoured difference?

LG will be announcing its second flagship smartphone of 2017 on 31 August in Berlin. The smartphone will come in the form of the LG V30, succeeding

Onda Xiaoma 31 review

The success of the MacBook Air range has spawned more copycats than we care to recall. To swiftly name a few, the Yepo 737S, Jumper

Galaxy Note 8 Rumors: This Could Be Hottest Phone of 2017

Samsung is getting ready to take another crack at the Galaxy Note. Last year’s phablet launch didn’t turn out so well, with battery issues forcing

Looking back: Canon’s eye-controlled focus

Over the past few years, we’ve become spoiled by a lot of great autofocus technologies like face detection, tap-to-focus, and subject tracking. But before we had those