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Google Pixel C review: Pixel perfect?
4.0 stars

Google Pixel C review: Pixel perfect?

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The first Pixel was a Chromebook, launched with a flourish - a shining example of what a Chromebook could be, if you were going to pour everything into it. The arrival of the Pixel C tablet sees a new entrant to Google's Pixel programme, one that's very... >>

Far Cry Primal preview: Prehistoric perfection?

Far Cry Primal preview: Prehistoric perfection?

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It seems that games publishers do listen to criticism, after all. Far Cry is a franchise that needs little introduction: its mix of open-world exploration, hunting and crafting, along with polished, GTA-style action-adventure gameplay has proved extremely... >>

LeapFrog Epic review: Putting parents in control
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LeapFrog Epic review: Putting parents in control

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The internet is a place of knowledge, entertainment, and more - but it isn't always a safe place. When it comes to kids spending time online a simple search for one thing can lead to something else, or playing a game could lead to dozens of in-app purchases... >>

Porsche Mission E: Electric Tesla-killer coming soon

Porsche Mission E: Electric Tesla-killer coming soon

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UPDATE: Porsche has announced that it has begun preparations to make the Concept E a reality, including a €700 million investment.  There have been rumours in the auto industry for a while that Porsche was going to build a smaller, 4-seat saloon model... >>

Elgato Eve review: Data without due cause
3.0 stars

Elgato Eve review: Data without due cause

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For the smarthome to work effectively and efficiently, you need sensors. There's no way around it. Elgato Eve delivers just that: a number of sensors for you to monitor your home and then have that information relayed to your phone (it's Apple iOS only... >>

Range Rover Evoque 2016 first drive: Pushing design and performance further

Range Rover Evoque 2016 first drive: Pushing design and performance further

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When Land Rover first unleashed the Range Rover Evoque it was met with baffled responses. It was totally new, as an attractive compact SUV, and nobody knew what to do with it. Love it. That appears to have been the general consensus. It has become hugely... >>

Guess Connect review: Fashion with function
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Guess Connect review: Fashion with function

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Fashion company Guess may be better known for handbags and shoes, but it has been making watches for over 30 years. The Guess Connect is the result of its most successful design - the Guess Rigor - joining the wonderful world of smartwatches. Smartwatches... >>

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?
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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... >>