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HTC U12 Plus review: Sometimes innovation goes awry Review

A couple of weeks ago I posted my initial impressions of the HTC U12 Plus after meeting with HTC and handling the device for about 30 minutes. After more than a week of use, I’m ready to send the eval unit back and move on. The improvements over last year’s U11 look great on paper, but there are a few things on the U12 Plus that drive me bonkers and prompted me to cancel my pre-order. Your phone should not…

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Sony Bravia X850F Series (XBR-65X850F) review

In the battle for the middle-tier television sets, Sony is clearly leading the pack. Sony’s XBR-X900E series from 2017 was one of the best mid-range screens for its price range last year, and now that the Japanese TV maker has brought the X1 Extreme processor into the range, it stands without a peer in 2018. But what about those of us looking to move even further into value territory? For us, Sony has revamped its X850 series for 2018 –…

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The Best HR Software of 2018

What Is HR Management Software? Human resources is a department whose mission can vary from organization to organization, which means the solutions that comprise this space will certainly vary widely in terms of capabilities. Still there are some bedrock functions that any software stack with this monicker should be able to handle. For example, maintaining an employee database complete with archiving its associated personnel records is a core feature. Also, producing directories and organizational charts is important especially for fast-growing…

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iLife V8s robot vacuum hands on: A great 2-in-1 cleaner for the office Review

The iLife V8s is a robot vacuum cleaner manufactured in China. It has all the bells and whistles you would expect from a Roomba-esque robotic cleaner, so I wanted to see if it could cope with the requirements of a small- or medium-sized office environment as well as in the home. Read also: Neato announces Botvac D7 Connected: Robot vacuum Like the Roomba cleaner, the iLife V8s will vacuum floors with its side sweeper brushes, although the V8s has two…

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Silicon Power Bolt B10 512GB review

Silicon Power is not a household name even in the storage market: Adata, Samsung, SanDisk or Western Digital have built up much more goodwill amongst customers worldwide. However, the Taiwanese brand has been investing heavily in marketing and PR recently, while at the same time building the sort of commercial network that allows products to be made widely available online. Silicon Power sent us the Bolt B10 for review, a 512GB external SSD that retails at Amazon for £158 (around…

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Vampyr review: Destined to be a cult classic

Vampyr is destined to be a cult classic. It will find a following, and that following is going to be incredibly passionate about it. They will play and replay it, mapping out all the various points where its depiction of London changes, experimenting with the sandbox Dontnod created. It’s a Far Cry 2, an Alpha Protocol, a Planescape: Torment, a Stalker, an Eternal Darkness—or, most obviously, a Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. What I mean is: Vampyr ($50 on Humble) is…

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Amazon Echo Dot review | TechRadar

It’s not a leap to call Amazon’s line-up of smart speakers some of the most innovative products of the 21st century. From the original Amazon Echo to the high-end Echo Plus and the Dot, which may be small but packs a punch. Regardless of whether you opt for the Plus, the Show or the Dot, Amazon has successfully proven that voice has the potential to be way more superior than touch when it comes to playing music, controlling your smart…

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Arbor Instant Video Doorbell review: There are some great features here, but it needs work

Arbor’s Instant Video Doorbell is a decent first product, injecting a bit of competition into a market dominated by Ring. It has some advantages over its more famous competitor and is especially interesting if your home lacks doorbell wiring, but the system needs a more work if it’s to really impress.  Its manufacturer makes some bold claims about the product, saying it’s “the world’s most advanced,” “has the best and fastest picture,” the “most reliable WiFi connection on the market”…

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Parrot Anafi hands on review

Like most drone makers, Parrot hopes to dethrone DJI as the top purveyor of commercial drones in the world.  But, with the new Parrot Anafi foldable drone (named after a Grecian island) could be the first to actually meet DJI’s most popular models on even footing.  In downtown Manhattan, we had the chance to try out the newly unveiled drone at a private event. Pricier than our current favorite Parrot drone, the Bebop 2, the Anafi justifies its higher cost…

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Alcatel 3V review: Modern design with some tradeoffs for $150 Review

While modern flagship smartphones are priced at $800 to $1,000, there are many decent options that cost less than $300. Alcatel has one for only $150 that offers modern design features with a few tradeoffs in performance. The Alcatel 3V from TCL Communication was released a couple of weeks ago and I’ve had one of my T-Mobile SIM cards in it as a secondary device for more than a week. It’s a solid choice, for the price, but I tend…

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MSI GF63 hands on review

The MSI GS65 Stealth Thin is pretty much our favorite gaming laptop in every way, with a classy design and the performance of hyper car to match. However, its most limiting factor is price – and this is where the 15-inch MSI GF63 comes in to sweep you off your feet. Sporting an almost identically sophisticated aesthetic, a nearly bezel-less display and respectable specs, the MSI GF63 is an ultra-slim machine designed for those on a budget. Pricing and availability…

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Arbor Instant Video Doorbell First Look

TechHive | Jun 6, 2018 Arbor’s upcoming video doorbell runs entirely on battery power, so it can be used in homes without doorbell wiring. But the doorbell isn’t without its problems, many of which the manufacturer promises to fix by the time it ships. Source link

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macOS Mojave vs macOS High Sierra

Should you upgrade to Mojave when it launches in the autumn? We compare the interface and features of macOS Mojave and High Sierra to help you decide. Design & interface This might be the biggest change to the Mac interface since Yosemite introduced major overhaul to the user interface in 2014. Back then, Apple replaced skeuomorphism with flat graphic design and blurred translucency effects and gave the Mac a look more reminiscent of the iPhone and iPad interface. This time…

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HP LaserJet Pro MFP M28w review: Compact Mono All-in-One Printer

Laser printers have dropped in price very significantly in recent years, but they still tend to be both too expensive and too bulky for home offices. However, if you don’t need to print in colour, mono lasers can be very compact indeed. In fact, HP claims that its new LaserJet Pro M28w is the smallest laser printer ‘in its class’ – which, in this case, means a multi-function mono-only laser printer with built-in scanner and copier, and both USB and…

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Toshiba XS700 review | TechRadar

The external drive market is divided into two camps: on one side, there are those who want the cheapest possible storage and usually opt for hard drives with a metal platter (spinning rust as some call it), while others go for solid-state drives (SSDs) that offer an optimal balance between cost, size and performance, with storage capacity taking a back seat. With that in mind, Toshiba has introduced a new external SSD, the XS700, which has a capacity of 240GB…

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