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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 event announced

Well, it’s official. Samsung’s next Galaxy smartphone will be announced August 13th. Samsung has scheduled their next Unpacked event to happen in less than three week’s time. Looking at the mystical tech calendar, chances are that this announcement will reveal the new Galaxy Note. Will it be as thin as the Galaxy A8? Thankfully it […]

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Razer buys OUYA gaming system

How time flies. It’s already a couple of years since the OUYA console was released following an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign. Recently there have been a number of rumors suggesting that the Android gaming console maker was being bought out. Now it seems that it’s legit. It all went official yesterday with Razer announcing that […]


MiniSun Tri-Colour LED desk lamp review

Often we are left with choices. Do we want a versitile lamp that looks ‘ok’ or a lamp that will look great in the room but lack features. Of course, you can have it all but that will generally mean digging deep in to your pocket. I’ve been living with the MiniSun tri-colour flexi neck […]

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D-Link DIR-890L AC3200 ultra Wi-Fi router review

I’ve seen the D-Link DIR-890L before when I was checking out the recommended routers for my NVIDIA SHIELD tablet (still yet to review). The thing is, I still wasn’t prepared for how big, red and visually impressive it is – but, is it any good at its job? This AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi router definitely stands […]

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Apple iPhone 6S – what you need to know

While the major hype and buzz has died down since its release several months ago, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus remain the most popular line of phones on the market today. With the inevitable upcoming release of the 6S, what exactly can you expect from the new iPhone 6S and what do you need to […]

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Microsoft Hyperlapse now works with older smartphones

You may recall that I was slightly miffed that my HTC One M7 was not compatible with Microsoft Hyperlapse, that has changed. Typically, now that I am rocking a shiny new HTC One M9, the Hyperlapse video smoothing app has been updated and is capable of supporting older devices that were previously unable loaded with […]

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BenQ XR3501 35-inch curved monitor

BenQ has introduced its new 35-inch curved XR3501 display which is aimed at gamers – more specifically racing sim fanatics. The XR3501 features a 2000R ‘Ultra Curve’ screen equipped with a 144Hz refresh rate and 2560×1080 resolution which should satisfy the demands of all PC gamers. The curved display is promised to “completely consume your […]

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MIPOW Playbulb Rainbow review

Want to be able to switch from grown-up livingroom to disco fun palace at the touch of a button or, perhaps, change the lighting strength and colour to match the ambiance? The MIPOW Playbulb could do all of this. Maybe. The Playbulb Rainbow started off life as a Kickstarter campaign last year and now it’s […]