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Call of Duty WW2 review: Captivating campaign but multiplayer falls short

While last year’s Call of Duty had soldiers in space, Call of Duty WW2 looks to take the series back to its roots with gritty, intense gunplay. The online multiplayer has also been revamped, and the new Nazi Zombies mode adds a spin on the CoD classic. While Activision promises a lot with the game, is Call of Duty WW2 good enough to become one of the best PS4 games of the year? We find out. Call of Duty WW2:…

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MacBook Air review | TechRadar

The arrival of Apple’s 12-inch MacBook earlier last year marked the beginning of the end for its MacBook Air lineup. At least, that’s what people said at the time. The new MacBook is more portable, lighter, has a gorgeous high-resolution display and can go for almost as long as the Air on a single charge. Who would pick a machine stuck in the past over a laptop from the future? As it turns out, the future’s not all it’s cracked…

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D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD review

Wi-Fi security cameras are becoming more of a fixture in smart homes thanks to integrations with Amazon Alexa, SmartThings, and even IFTTT. But D-Link’s Omna 180 Cam HD ($150) is the first camera certified to work with Apple’s HomeKit platform. That makes this camera a slam-dunk purchase for some users, but a more difficult sell for others. Mentioned in this article Given its alliance with Apple, it’s not surprising the Omna is long on looks. Its silver body recalls the…

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Microsoft Surface Pro review | TechRadar

The Surface Pro 4 was a fine product but had its fair share of issues, many of which took a bit too long to rectify or at least patch up. With the new, numberless Surface Pro, it’s obvious that Microsoft took that feedback to heart. The battery life has been improved by as much as 32%, based on our testing, in a design that refines the existing template without tangibly adding weight or thickness. Microsoft has also vastly improved the…

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Aorus X9 review | TechRadar

The Aorus X9 is out to pack as much power as possible into an ultra-thin gaming laptop. While the Razer Blade Pro and Alienware 17 R4 have proven desktop replacements can be ultra-thin without compromise, this 17-inch gaming laptop kicks things up another notch by packing in dual graphics cards. By harnessing the power of two Nvidia GTX 1070s, the Aorus X9 is the most graphically capable gaming laptop we’ve tested to date. What’s more, this beast of a desktop…

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Link-U security camera review

An irony of Wi-Fi security cameras is that the very thing that enables their many strengths—internet connectivity—is also its their most glaring weakness. All it takes is a spotty connection for your camera to go dark at the wrong time. The Link-U, billed as the world’s first ever “hybrid connection” camera, promises to eliminate that risk. The Link-U’s hybrid design refers to a couple of features. Most significantly, it can connect to the internet via hardwired ethernet, Wi-Fi, or an…

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5 ways 3D printing is being used

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus 3D printing, or also known as ‘additive manufacturing’, is a process used to make three-dimensional solid objects which are created by layering material formed under computer control. Although it has increased in popularity over the past three to five years, the 3D printing process goes back as far as the 1980s when the first additive manufacturing equipment was developed. Since then, 3D printing has been deployed across various industries and has been used for…

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Eufy Lumos Smart Bulb review: Alexa-ready and budget-friendly smart lighting from Anker

Wi-Fi-enabled smart lights are rapidly becoming commodities, and it’s exciting to see prices plummeting to the point where they make sense for just about everyone. The latest: Eufy, a sub-brand of everything-goes electronics manufacturer Anker, just hit the market with two new affordable Edison-style smart bulbs: a $30 tunable-white bulb and a $20 fixed-white bulb. Mentioned in this article Eufy ticks off nearly all the specs one could ask for in a smart lighting system. Both the tunable and white-only…

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Lenovo IdeaPad 720S review: A solid 14-inch laptop with discrete graphics and a great keyboard Review

Lenovo’s IdeaPad 720S is an all-metal thin-and-light laptop that comes in both 13-inch and 14-inch variants. It offers useful features such as Thunderbolt 3, a fingerprint sensor and up to 14 hours of battery life. However, you may need to go up few notches from the £849 (inc. VAT) starting price to get the features and performance you need. My review model had a silver chassis, although one of the four-off-the-shelf versions of this laptop has a gold chassis (see…

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Panasonic 65EX750 television review | TechRadar

With Panasonic’s EZ952 and EZ1002 OLED TVs doing sterling work at the top of the brand’s 2017 TV range, we here turn our attention to its most premium LCD offering: The innovative TX-65EX750. Design Panasonic 65EX750 Specs Screen sizes available: 50-, 58-, 65- and 75-inchesTuner: Freeview PlayPanel technology: LCD4K: YesHDR: HDR10 + HLGSmart TV: My Home Screen 2.0Curved: NoDimensions: 1457 x 921 x 446 mm (HxWxD inc stand)3D: NoInputs: 4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, Ethernet, Optical Out, Headphone out…

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Parrot Bebop 2 Power FPV review

French firm Parrot has enjoyed notable success with its Bebop range of drones, with the Bebop 2 combining excellent performance with good image capture at a low price. The Bebop 2 Power is, as the name suggests, an upgraded variant of that product, with its most notable improvement being longer flight time thanks to the fact that it ships with not one but two batteries, each rated for around 30 minutes of stamina. Bundled with the Parrot Skycontroller 2 remote…

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Caseology case roundup for the Apple iPhone X: Stylish drop protection for less than $15

There are a ton of case options for Apple iPhones, in large part due to fact that Apple releases a minimal number of new phones each year. The new Apple iPhone X provides a large screen experience in a fairly compact form factor so it’s even easier to wrap it in a case to protect it. Caseology has eight new options for the Apple iPhone X and sent along five models for me to evaluate. I tried out the Parallax,…

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BenQ MH530FHD review | TechRadar

TVs are cheap these days unless you want one that’s bigger than 50-inches. Whereas your average branded 50-inch model is about £600 ($500), Sony’s 55-inch Bravia KD55A1 OLED TV will cost you four times as much! Those who want the 85-inch Sony Bravia 85XD8505 can expect to pay a twelvefold cost increase for a TV that’s not even double the size of a 50-inch model. The solution for those who want the big-screen experience without the high cost is projection.…

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Huawei Mate 9 review | TechRadar

Update: Huawei has now released both the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, which replace the Mate 9 from its top end line up. That means the price of the Mate 9 may drop down soon too. Original review: Huawei’s Mate 9 is a phone that’s equal parts Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (minus the fire) and iPhone 7, mixed in with the brand’s own design sensibilities both inside and out. It’s a Note in that it’s a large-screened device, which…

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Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 review: Same old keyboard, with comfy new wrist rest

When I reviewed Razer’s faux-mechanical rubber-dome Ornata keyboard a few months back, I mostly found myself admiring its wrist rest. Yes, wrist rest. Usually a pack-in wrist rest means a cheap piece of hard plastic or, if you’re lucky, rubbery plastic that snaps into place and works just well enough that you’re loathe to throw it out and replace it with something nicer. But in the case of the Ornata, it meant a plush, leatherette-covered hunk of foam about an…

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Razer Phone hands on review

The Razer Phone is built for gamers thanks to its high-end specs, a silky smooth screen and powerful stereo speakers. But do gamers want a smartphone dedicated to gaming?  The jury is still out for now, but the Razer Phone has the makings of a handset that could well tempt those with a passion for gaming on the go. This Android phone is focused on two core elements: the screen and the sound. Its 5.7-inch screen boasts the world’s first…

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