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Fossil Q Commuter review | TechRadar

Hybrid smartwatches are wearables for those who want the fitness tracking, sleep analysis and notifications of a smartwatch, but without the expense, daily charging and sci-fi film prop looks of something like the Apple Watch 3 or Samsung Gear Sport.  Hybrids offer traditional looks with hidden technology in a case which needs a new battery once a year, yet maintain a constant Bluetooth connection to your smartphone, faithfully feeding a companion phone app with fitness data, sleep analysis and more.…

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Edifier Luna e25 HD Bluetooth speaker review: Great sound, sci-fi looks, surprisingly affordable

Discovering that Edifier’s retro/modern-styled Luna e25 HD Bluetooth stereo speaker pair costs only $250 was a bit of a shocker. After two days of hands on without reading the press release, I figured they had to cost twice or perhaps three times that. They’re that good. They’re not portable, and they require a cable strung between them to ply their trade, but if you’re looking for something to blast sound about the living room, they’re the real deal. Edifier Luna…

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Nokia Go review | TechRadar

The allure of a cool, capable smartwatch is strong, what with options like the flashy Apple Watch 3 and regal LG Watch Style available, but sometimes all you need is a simple activity tracker. The Nokia Go, the company’s most affordable wearable, stands out as being clean of all the negatives that commonly tag along with budget-priced trackers. The Go is essentially the same product as the previously released Withings Go, but it has now been rebranded with the Nokia…

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Apple Photos vs Google Photos: Cost, privacy, security and ease of use

Google Photos is an app where you can back up and browse your entire photo library from almost any device. Many people have drawn similarities between Google’s Photos app and Apple’s Photos app, which was introduced in iOS 7 and subsequently arrived on the Mac, so we’re going to compare the two and see exactly how similar they are, and which is the best for you. Google Photos is a free download for iOS so you can run it on your…

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Honor View 10 Review: Superbly Affordable

Hot on the heels of the mid-range 7X, Honor has announced the Honor View 10, a flagship device that starts 2018 with the 2017’s biggest smartphone trend, an 18:9 display. The phone was expected to be called the Honor 9 Pro as per its usual naming conventions, but the company have chosen View 10 thanks to its similarities to the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. It’s the first time the View branding has been used outside of Asia. The device has…

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Dell XPS 13 (2017) review

This is a review of the 2017 Dell XPS 13 model. Click the following link to read our hands-on review of the very latest, 2017 Dell XPS 13. For the third year in a row, the Dell XPS 13 is still our absolute favorite laptop. Seeing as it still looks the same as it did in years prior, you may be wondering what’s different about the 2017 version of the Dell XPS 13, the company’s flagship Ultrabook that we’ve still…

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Bluboo S1 smartphone review – Tech Advisor

Bluboo is one of a wide range of Chinese smartphone manufacturers seeing its products imported to the UK by online retailers. The S1 is its latest mid-range offering, boasting some decent specs for its low price. We find out whether you should be tempted by shopping overseas. If you’re unfamiliar with the idea of importing phones from China, and wonder what benefits it has over purchasing a normal UK retail model, then take a look at our Chinese tech buying…

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Xiaomi Mi A1 review | TechRadar

When we talk about budget or mid-range Android smartphones, increasingly a Chinese phenomenon by the name of Xiaomi enters the conversation. Over the last few years, this company has torn up the rule book on what we’d normally expect from a smartphone that costs a third the price of an iPhone. Xiaomi’s phones have traditionally offered much of what makes the iPhone experience so appealing – excellent design, simplicity of use and a self-contained ecosystem – in a budget package.…

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SiliconDust HDHomeRun DVR review: Buy the hardware, but you should skip the software

SiliconDust’s HDHomeRun networked tuners have been a boon to cord cutters for more than a decade. Hook one up to an over-the-air antenna, plug it into your router, and you can stream live native-quality broadcast TV to other devices throughout the house. HDHomeRun now offers a way to record those broadcasts directly through its existing apps. All you need is a media server—be it a PC, NAS box, or Nvidia Shield TV—and a $35-per-year subscription to the HDHomeRun DVR service.…

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Wileyfox Swift 2 Plus with Add-X: Making a budget handset even cheaper

Image: Wileyfox Usually, if you want to get a better phone at a cheaper price, you have to buy a subsidised handset from a mobile carrier and put up with a fairly long contract to cover the discount. When you get to the end of the contract, the offer of a free or cheap upgrade will often keep you locked to that carrier for another year. Now Wileyfox is offering between £50 and £70 off the price of four of…

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Nixon Mission review | TechRadar

The Nixon Mission is not for the fair-weather smartwatch wearer. It’s a beast of a device, built to withstand surf and snow and not just a rush hour commute.  It’s certainly not discrete; the weight of the thing will mean that you will forever remember it’s on your wrist.  Apologies for going all meta on you, but it’s on our wrist right now, getting in the way of typing, clunking down on the desk like a diving bell. It’s a…

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Hive Welcome Home System review: A U.K. smart home system crosses the pond

Hive bills itself as “the UK’s leading smart home brand,” and last summer its products arrived on U.S. shores. Its initial offering here consists of three Hive smart home packs. The top-of-the-line Hive Welcome Home pack reviewed here is an “everything you need” kit that will give you a jump start on just about every facet of your budding smart home except one: security. It’s priced at $349.99 if you purchase it outright, or you can spread the payments over…

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Ticwatch S review | TechRadar

It may not be a household name yet, but Chinese company Mobvoi has quietly been making moves worthy of your attention.  Founded by ex-Google employees, with interesting work in AI and one of the few wearable success stories on Kickstarter, it’s now launched its TicWatch S and E smartwatches into what is already a very crowded market.  Themselves Kickstarter-funded projects, the two watches are very slightly different versions of the same watch, with the S (sport) having a strap tailored…

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Nokia Steel review | TechRadar

The Nokia Steel is the re-branded version of the Withings Activite Steel. Nokia bought the wearables champ in 2016, and has now given its fitness trackers the Nokia brand treatment. If you don’t follow the wearables scene as closely as we do, though, that doesn’t matter. The fact the Nokia Steel is a very low-key, minimalist fitness tracker does matter. Wearing one is just like wearing a watch, but it’s a watch that also tracks your steps and sleep. Nokia…

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B&O Beoplay M3 review | TechHive

Given this brand’s reputation and the traditionally steep price of its hardware, I expect a lot from a Bang & Olufsen product. True to form, B&O’s Beoplay M3 multi-room speaker is an excellent choice—for the right set of ears. At $300, the lowest price for a B&O multi-room speaker yet, corners were cut in the name of affordability. These cuts were made in the area of audio quality. Understand that this speaker sounds very, very good. But the monaural listening experience…

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