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TESTED: Varidesk Pro Plus 30

Varidesk Pro Plus 30: Everyone needs a desk with paddle shifters. In this case, those paddles activate the Varidesk patented, spring-assisted lift mechanism....

TESTED: Samsung Gear S2

TESTED: Samsung Gear S2

You get home just after 10 and finally put the not-yet-flat Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 on its charging pedestal. We test the Samsung Gear S2....

Canon Powershot G7X Mk II

Canon Powershot G7X Mk II

Smartphones have all but usurped pocket cameras, but the once-popular point-and-shoots still have some value to offer....

Astrum ST200 Wireless speaker

This brilliant bluetooth speaker supports hands-free calling, FM radio, playback from micro SD card and will act as a power bank. ...

LG G5

LG G5

Before the LG G5 the modular project Aria had the world gaga over the prospect of a truly bespoke smartphone. Find out about LG's G5...

Samsung goes out on a low Note (7)

They finally did it. The Note 7 has been officially dragged behind the shed and put out to greener pastures. I was ready to crown...

The jacket you can beat up

By adding in the same material that allows flak jackets to stop bullets, one company is giving duck cloth – the sturdy standard-bearer of work-wear...

Google’s image captioning AI is really good

The image captioning AI knows more than just what's in a picture. It's learning to understand what those people and objects are doing. By David...

How to use voice recognition

How to use voice recognition

What felt like a gimmick – the ability to tell your car, phone or TV what to do – has become quite useful. And voice...

Comparing 15 iPhones from 2007 to now

Watch this video above for an iPhones showdown: iPhone 7 Plus vs. 7 vs. SE vs. 6S Plus vs. 6S vs. 6 Plus vs. 6...

The cameraman’s camera is a Leica SL

A Pulitzer-winning photographer explains the obsession with Leica by trying out the brand-new digital Leica SL, which can fit almost every lens made....

The Internet knows what you did last summer

Data analytics is growing more sophisticated by the minute, monitoring your Internet behaviour in ways you haven’t even thought about....

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