August 2015
How Cortana will change the way you use Windows 10

Cortana: Search evolved… Search has never been more important. As the information age progresses, and we’re buried under more data, finding what you need quickly is essential. Microsoft knows all about this and has its own search engine, Bing, which has been working through many generations of Windows to improve and enhance desktop search capabilities. With Windows 10, the company has gone one better. Not

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July 2015
Watch the Lexus Hoverboard floating in mid-air in a new teaser

Lexus says it has invented a hoverboard — this we already knew. What we haven’t seen is anyone actually riding it. That’s about to change — although not yet. Lexus has revealed a new teaser for its board, to be ridden by skateboarder Ross McGouran in a full unveiling set for August 5, though the new clip still holds back from showing anyone actually using

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Jul
2015
How to get the most out of your NAS

We show you how to use some of the more advanced features of your NAS The convenience of having all of you data and media accessible in one place, on a server that requires no management and little configuration is pretty darn great. Most people don’t make the most of their NASs, however. They use them as essentially basic file and media servers when they

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Jul
2015
Windows 10 review

New look, new apps, new browser. Here’s what we think of Microsoft’s make-or-break OS… Our Verdict Feature-wise, Windows 10 is the new Windows 7. It’s robust, pleasant to use and free. For Start menu is functionally excellent Action Center features are handy Settings app is finally a Control Panel replacement Universal apps are much higher in quality Against Will developers embrace Universal apps? Windows 8.1

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April 2015
Hands on: Huawei P8 review

A slick, svelte smartphone which may give the big boys a run for their money For Premium design Decent display Feature packed camera Attractive price Against Emotion UI remains Slightly laggy performance The Huawei P8 is the Chinese firm’s latest foray into the flagship market, and it’s arguably its best handset to date after the comparably sedate Ascend P6 and Ascend P7 flagships of the

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Apr
2015
LG G4’s feature-packed camera will perfect low light photography

The LG G4’s snapper could be a beast We’ve previously heard the LG G4‘s camera could be seriously impressive, but we’ve now got more details that shed light on just how much of an improvement the included snapper will be over its predecessor, the LG G3, thanks in part to a huge six-layer lens. According to reports posted by BusinessKorea, the LG G4 will be

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Apr
2015
LG UltraWide 34UC97 review

LG has been at the forefront when it comes to ultra-wide PC monitors, and it’s easy to see why the company has attracted a fair amount of attention. This screen’s 3,440 x 1,440 resolution means it’s a tempting option for work or gaming, and the firm’s latest panel ups the ante by adding a curve. Design It’s a subtle change to existing ultra-wide panels, but

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March 2015
BlackBerry Leap outed with edge-to-edge display and 25-hour battery

BlackBerry has pulled back the curtain on a new mainstream smartphone, the Leap, at MWC 2015. According to the mobile maker’s CEO John Chen, BlackBerry will target young mobile professionals – a key segment that is still eluding the Canadian phone maker – with the 5-inch device. It comes with 4G functionality, an edge-to-edge HD display, BlackBerry’s signature keyboard and a rather eye-catching 25-hour battery

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Mar
2015
BlackBerry will launch a curved slider phone later in 2015

After launching the Leap, BlackBerry’s handset supremo, Ron Louks, has confirmed that the Canadian phone maker will release three more devices in 2015. Oh, and he pulled one stunner of a prototype from his pocket as well. He described the device as being one with “a dual curve, all touch display with a keyboard” – a smartphone that looks a lot like the Dell Venue

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Mar
2015
Hands on: Samsung Galaxy S6 review

Our Early Verdict Question marks still remain on battery and TouchWiz still grates, but Samsung is back with a bang. For Great design Super sharp screen Fast camera with good low light Against TouchWiz still too cartoony Likely to be expensive Battery smaller I’ve often wondered how a brand like Samsung could have messed up so badly in the smartphone space. When I saw the

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March 2015

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