Category Archives: Tech Reviews

Apple iPad Pro 2 Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

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We may be just a few weeks away from getting our first look at new Apple iPads. According to Japanese blog Mac Otakara, which has sometimes, but not always, correctly predicted previous Apple news, the company plans to unveil four new models at a special event scheduled for March 2017. New iPads and iPhones, according […]

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SoundMAGIC E10BT review: The best budget earphones, now with Bluetooth

Bluetooth earphones are ten-a-penny, but the SoundMAGIC E10BT have more pedigree than most. They’re made by the company responsible for producing some of the best budget wired earphones we’ve ever clapped ears on – the SoundMAGIC E10 and E10C. Moving to a wireless with mic design ups the price somewhat, with the E10BT costing £60, […]

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The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild review

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It’s been six years and two consoles since the last major home console Zelda game, Skyward Sword, and fans have understandably been getting a little antsy about getting their hands on Breath of the Wild. Originally slated as a Wii U exclusive, it’s been delayed enough to become a launch title for the Nintendo Switch (though […]

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Petnet SmartFeeder review – CNET

Let me get this out of the way up front — my husband and I spoil the crap out of our dog, Halley. We buy her overpriced toys she sometimes shreds in minutes; we relinquish large sections of the couch to her when we watch a movie; we generally find it charming when she covertly […]

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Three easy to use activity trackers

CIO contributor Jim Martin tries out three of the easier to use fitness trackers for those who want something that doesn’t require a steep learning curve. Source link

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2017 Land Rover Discovery Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshow

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Thirteen different systems and 23,000 lines of code. That’s how much computing power is needed in the 2017 Land Rover Discovery. No, not for the entire vehicle. Just the power folding seats, which can be raised and lowered using an app on your phone. You’ve come a long way, Landie. Historically, there’s been a tendency […]

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Horizon Zero Dawn review: Beautiful, ambitious but derivative

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The world of Horizon Zero Dawn is full of promise. From mountainous tribal villages to clusters of long-decayed skyscrapers, through to mechanical caverns measureless to man, the environment of Guerrilla Games’ open-world adventure is one that urges exploration. What you find along the way won’t always be happy to see you – the hills are alive with […]

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Nintendo Switch hands-on review

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After a late-night reveal by Nintendo, the Nintendo Switch has been showcased in all its glory, boasting a hybrid design that’ll provide both console gaming and on-the-go gaming with a single console. Is Nintendo’s upcoming console something you should get excited about, or is it full of gimmicks? We went along to the Nintendo Switch […]

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iPad smackdown: Microsoft Office vs. Apple iWork vs. Google G Suite

The iPad makes a great laptop, and nowhere is that more obvious than in its productivity tools. Apple showed the way years ago with its iWork suite (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote), and Microsoft has validated the notion with its Office suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Of course there’s also Google G Suite (Docs, Sheets, and […]

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Tripp Lite TLP1208TELTV review: Its outlets are packed tight, but it does everything else right

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Tripp Lite TLP1208TELTV review: Packed outlets, but all else is right Anyone looking for a surge protector that cuts power when it can no longer offer protection should consider this model. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Credit: Tripp Lite Tripp Lite TLP1208TELTV Surge Protector TechHive […]

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