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Jaguar XJ 2016 first drive: Future tech meets heritage, in style

Jaguar XJ 2016 first drive: Future tech meets heritage, in style

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The absolute pinnacle of Jaguar luxury is found in the XJ model. Owned by royalty, sheikhs and gangster rappers, this car sends out a definite status symbol message. While the powerful engine options keep it punchy, the interior is adorned with all the... >>

Nextbit Robin: An Android phone that wants to be different

Nextbit Robin: An Android phone that wants to be different

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There has been a lot to learn about smartphones in 2015. More so than other years, we've seen a shift in the smartphone sands.  We've seen more phones this year that lead with experience, shaking up the status quo by stepping away from the norms. It... >>

Apple iPad Pro review: Back to the drawing board?
4.0 stars

Apple iPad Pro review: Back to the drawing board?

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It's Apple's biggest tablet ever. But does that mean the iPad Pro can replace both your laptop and tablet to become the sole computing device in your home? With many divided over whether or not a giant tablet is the answer - a question we've seen before... >>

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review: Brilliant, bar battery life
4.0 stars

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review: Brilliant, bar battery life

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Microsoft is probably smiling gleefully: it's got the upper hand on Apple, with the Surface Pro 4 really shaking its tail-feather at the iPad Pro. For the Surface Pro 4 is the most refined and comprehensive model in the Surface series yet - if you're... >>

Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock: Charging time?

Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock: Charging time?

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There are plenty of Apple Watch docks on the market already. Companies like Griffin, TwelveSouth, Belkin and others were all keen to offer something in place of Apple's absence. Now Apple has announced, and launched its own docking station for the Apple... >>

Rainbow Six Siege review: Thoroughly infectious strategy shooter
4.0 stars

Rainbow Six Siege review: Thoroughly infectious strategy shooter

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After a seven-year absence (an eternity in videogame terms), Rainbow Six's return is tragically timely, with the recent Paris terrorist attacks causing publisher Ubisoft (which is a French company) to cancel some of the game's planned marketing support. ... >>

Apple iMac with Retina 5K display (2015) review: Pixel-packed powerhouse
5.0 stars

Apple iMac with Retina 5K display (2015) review: Pixel-packed powerhouse

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Apple introduced the world to a 5K-resolution version of the 27-inch iMac last year and, well, it was an absolutely fantastic workhorse that not only looked the part, but performed it too. For 2015, the Cupertino company has not only made the 5,120 x... >>

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL: One platform to rule them all

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL: One platform to rule them all

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Microsoft has thought long and hard about how all its disparate hardware exists and has come up with Windows 10 to bring it all together. Now the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL flagship smartphone is here to bring Windows 10 to the phone market. With it comes... >>

Microsoft Lumia 950: The dawn of Windows (Phone) 10

Microsoft Lumia 950: The dawn of Windows (Phone) 10

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Windows Phone 7 launched with a flourish. A range of devices, all singing from the same song sheet, from many of the big manufacturers, like LG, HTC, Samsung. It was a uniformal alliance of handsets marking the start of something new. Until it all fell... >>

Tefal Cuisine Companion takes on Thermomix, but can it deliver?

Tefal Cuisine Companion takes on Thermomix, but can it deliver?

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Tefal has created a new cooking appliance that promises to be the one kitchen gadget to rule them all. Rather than focusing in on one specific task, such as a mixer or a blender, the Tefal Cuisine Companion tries to do the lot. The company says it can... >>