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John Lewis JL9000 webOS TV review
Televisions 4 out of 5

John Lewis JL9000 webOS TV review

By 19 hours ago

The LG webOS TV platform has a new home: the newly launched John Lewis TV range, reviewed here in its 55-inch JL9000 guise. The system is designed to make smart TV easier than ever before and we found it proved its worth when we saw it in the LG LB700V... >>

First drive: BMW X4, the souped up X3
Cars

First drive: BMW X4, the souped up X3

By 20 hours ago

The BMW X4 can be seen in two ways, either as a baby version of the popular X6, or as a souped up version of the company's popular X3 model. For all intents and purposes the best way to look at the X4 is like an X3 plus. The car delivers you a few more... >>

Mac OS X Yosemite preview: Is this going to be Apple's best desktop OS yet?
Laptops

Mac OS X Yosemite preview: Is this going to be Apple's best desktop OS yet?

By 23 July 2014

Times are changing at Apple. The days of not letting you know or see what the company is up to until it is on sale are no more and now, for the first time, Apple is letting the public play with its desktop operating system, OS X Yosemite, ahead of the... >>

Porsche 911 Targa 4 review: A modernised blast from the past
Cars

Porsche 911 Targa 4 review: A modernised blast from the past

By 23 July 2014

Think of the Targa-topped Porsche 911 and, assuming you were alive, your mind is likely to be transported to times past, a time when men with slick hair shouted into enormous mobile phones about buying low and selling high. But the top is back in the... >>

Nvidia Shield Tablet could be Android games console we actually want and here's why
Tablets

Nvidia Shield Tablet could be Android games console we actually want and here's why

By 22 July 2014

Nvidia is open and honest about why it never brought the Nvidia Shield Android gaming device to the UK or, indeed, anywhere else outside of the US and Canada; it just wasn't good enough. Or, at least, by the time it became good enough something else was... >>

Samsung Gear Fit review
Gadgets 3.5 out of 5

Samsung Gear Fit review

By 22 July 2014

Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone earlier this year and alongside it came a trio of smartwatches: the Samsung Gear Fit, as its name suggests, being the more sporty device than either the Gear 2 or more affordable Gear 2 Neo. The Fit is... >>

HTC One E8: First impressions of the plastic One
Phones

HTC One E8: First impressions of the plastic One

By 22 July 2014

The HTC One E8 is a plastic version of the HTC One M8 that's been widely lauded for its design. The HTC E8 has launched in China, but we've managed to get our hands on one to see what's on offer. Here are our first impressions. This handset is closely... >>

Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 keyboard turns your iPad into a laptop and lets you charge your phone at the same time
Tablets

Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 keyboard turns your iPad into a laptop and lets you charge your phone at the same time

By 21 July 2014

There are seemingly so many iPad keyboards these days that for them to stand out they have to offer something different. The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 keyboard tries to do just that by not only offering you a minimalist case in which to keep you iPad... >>

Motorola Moto E review
Phones 4.5 out of 5

Motorola Moto E review

By 21 July 2014

When Motorola launched the Moto G smartphone last year, it said it wanted to offer "an affordable smartphone for people who don't want to compromise on quality, experience or style". It more than succeeded in that venture, and now its focus shifts to... >>

Destiny Beta first impressions:  Is it on course to be the best game of all time?
Gaming

Destiny Beta first impressions: Is it on course to be the best game of all time?

By 18 July 2014

The Destiny Beta is finally here for Bungie to test its servers before the full game release on 9 September and we have to say that here at Pocket-lint we couldn't download it fast enough. That's partly to do with the fact that it's a mammoth 10GB (more... >>