Category Archives: Tech Reviews

Review: How SharePoint, Confluence, IBM Connections and Yammer compare

Web-based tech can help companies in a variety of ways: agile information sharing, tighter integration and better productivity. It can also save time, improve collaboration and even lead to greater transparency. For IT, DevOps and business professionals, the ROI from enterprise social software often comes from the analytics capabilities, which can uncover actionable data that’s both accessible […]

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AOC PDS241 review

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Recently AOC unveiled a new range of monitors that it had worked on with the legendary Studio F. A. Porsche. For those unfamiliar with Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, he was the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, who designed the Volkswagen Beetle, and he’s personally famous for styling the Porsche 911 among other automotive classics. Sadly, F.A. Porsche […]

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Acer Swift 7 review: Ultra-portable and ultra-thin

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The Acer Swift 7 is an ultra thin laptop with a stunning design that’ll leave you in awe. At only 9.98mm at its thickest point, it’s the slimmest Windows 10 laptop on the market. Coupled with its stunning matte black aluminium exterior and gold inner surface, Acer has produced a masterpiece of design. But does […]

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Primephonic review: Classical music fans get a high-res streaming service to call their own

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If you’re a classical music fan like me, mainstream music-streaming services such as Spotify don’t meet your needs. Tidal—even with its pricey FLAC/MQA tier—doesn’t either. Well I’ve found a service that does: It’s called Primephonic. Primephonic, which launched in the U.S. and U.K. on June 26, is a $14.99-per-month streaming service that’s an outgrowth of […]

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2017 Jaguar F-Pace review – Roadshow

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I was on my last day with the 2017 F-Pace S, Jaguar’s first ever SUV, reveling in British luxury when the navigation system turned itself on. The new InControl Touch Pro infotainment system had already frozen up on me once, now it had decided to take me to Target, a destination I had input the […]

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Moto E4 review: The best budget smartphone since the Lenovo P2?

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Budget smartphones don’t always hit the mark. True, Vodafone has treated us to some great-value Android phones, but we’ve also seen plenty of efforts like the new Nokia 3 – a fancy-looking but ultimately disappointing handset. Clearly it’s not easy to put together a desirable smartphone at a low price. READ NEXT: Best budget smartphone […]

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LG G6 review

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The G6 arrived at a crucial time for LG. It made a loss last year following the disappointing sales of the G5 and V20 and its new handset is a bold step in the right direction, but that doesn’t always save a company’s fortunes. To cut to the chase, the LG G6 is an astonishing […]

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AOC C4008UV8 review – CNET

I am becoming addicted to big 4K monitors. When I work, I have more windows and applications open than my operating system can typically handle, and  for working with photos there’s nothing like it (except perhaps a big 8K monitor). When I decided to review AOC’s 40-inch curved display, it was because I mistakenly had […]

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Testing an AmpliFi mesh point as a Wi-Fi extender

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When mesh router systems started appearing last year, I purchased a Ubiquiti AmpliFi system for someone whose house was a worst case Wi-Fi scenario. The internet entered the home in the basement on the south side of the house, while the bedrooms are on the second floor in the north side. I liked the AmpliFi […]

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Project Cars 2 preview

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Bandai Namco has called Project CARS 2 “the next evolution in the award-winning racing series” with the promise of featuring some of the most iconic cars and tracks from the world of motor racing to provide the “ultimate driver journey” experience. While it sounds exciting, has developer Slightly Mad Studio delivered on the bold claim? […]

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