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Libratone Diva soundbar review: Woolly mammoth
Audio 4.5 out of 5

Libratone Diva soundbar review: Woolly mammoth

By 12 January 2015

Lots of great things come out of Denmark. Lego, red cattle, famous chefs, and now wool-covered Bluetooth soundbars. That last one is exactly what Diva, the all-in-one speaker system with a woollen jacket by Danish audio manufacturer Libratone, is all... >>

Casio G-Shock GPW1000 is world's first watch to receive radio and GPS signals, but is it worth £750?
Gadgets

Casio G-Shock GPW1000 is world's first watch to receive radio and GPS signals, but is it worth £750?

By 12 January 2015

The Casio G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW1000 is a beast of a watch, built with metal and resin and coming with high-brightness LED lighting and solar charging, but those are not its biggest features. Its highlight specifications include multi-band 6 atomic... >>

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket
Phones

Samsung A5 and A3 hands-on: Full metal jacket

By 12 January 2015

The Samsung A series, first announced late 2014, has made an appearance at CES in Las Vegas before its UK debut and we were on hand to have a play. Cased in metal, this is a new direction for Samsung and most likely the response to the negativity that... >>

Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 headphones review: Neutral over-ears are positively priced
Audio 5 out of 5

Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 headphones review: Neutral over-ears are positively priced

By 9 January 2015

We've been seeing over-ear headphones rain from the skies over the last couple of years, as one of the fastest expanding areas in tech. With new names entering the fold, the long-time established brands, such as Audio-Technica, are fighting back with... >>

Hands-on: Wowwee MiPosaur review
Gadgets

Hands-on: Wowwee MiPosaur review

By 9 January 2015

WowWee the creators of RoboSapien, and more recently a robot called MiP, has announced the launch of a new robot dinosaur called MiPosaur. Based on the MiP robot from 2014, the robotic prehistoric creature comes with the same gesture based tech for controlling... >>

Nyko Data Bank and Type Pad could dramatically improve your PS4 (eyes-on)
Gaming

Nyko Data Bank and Type Pad could dramatically improve your PS4 (eyes-on)

By 8 January 2015

Gaming accessory maker Nyko is at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, where it has unveiled new devices for PlayStation 4. Although we didn't get a chance to fully test them, we still spotted the company's Data Bank and QWERTY keyboard accessory on the show floor.... >>

Samsung NX1 review: The new-age DSLR successor?
Cameras 4.5 out of 5

Samsung NX1 review: The new-age DSLR successor?

By 8 January 2015

After wrapping up its Pentax clone GX-series DSLR line in 2009, Samsung has spent time furrowing its own path back into the camera market with its NX-series compact system cameras. The latest of which, the Samsung NX1, isn't afraid of going large: it's... >>

Garmin Fenix 3, Epix, and Vivofit 2: Three different sportswatches, three totally different looks (hands-on)
Sports Fitness

Garmin Fenix 3, Epix, and Vivofit 2: Three different sportswatches, three totally different looks (hands-on)

By 8 January 2015

Garmin has unveiled a bunch of new sportswatches at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. We got some hands-on time with the Fenix 3, Epix, and Vivofit 2, all of which look drastically different and suit different needs, but they're still ushering Garmin into the athletic... >>

Canon PowerShot SX530 HS and SX710 HS super-zoom cameras (eyes-on)
Cameras

Canon PowerShot SX530 HS and SX710 HS super-zoom cameras (eyes-on)

By 8 January 2015

Canon is at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, so we stopped by the camera maker’s booth to take a look at some of its new PowerShots. Two of the most note-worthy announcements on display were updates to the 42x 24-1,008mm SX520 HS and the 30x 25-750mm SX700 HS.... >>

Hands-on: Nikon D5500 review: Is Nikon's first touchscreen DSLR too late to the game?
Cameras

Hands-on: Nikon D5500 review: Is Nikon's first touchscreen DSLR too late to the game?

By 7 January 2015

It's a curious time in the world of cameras right now, with boundaries ever-blurring, but new technologies incremental rather than revolutionary. The arrival of the Nikon D5500, which is the company's first ever touchscreen DSLR, looks to fend off the... >>