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Philips LivingColors Iris review
Smarthome 4 out of 5

Philips LivingColors Iris review

By 14 October 2014

As the Philips Hue - the intelligent lighting setup that you can control via your smartphone - continues to grow, there are more product options for providing the light. The Iris is yet another one of those options but it also has the benefit of working... >>

The Evil Within review
Gaming 4 out of 5

The Evil Within review

By 14 October 2014

As with any other entertainment medium, there are games for generalists and games for purists. The Evil Within doesn't so much position itself in the latter camp as plant a flag there, lock the doors and refuse to let anyone in until they have died 100... >>

Garmin Vivofit review
Sports Fitness 4 out of 5

Garmin Vivofit review

By 13 October 2014

Garmin is well known for its navigation products and running watches, but it's a company with more to offer in the wider consumer space too. That's exactly where the Garmin Vivofit activity tracker is aimed: a wearable wrist device able to track your... >>

Parrot Jumping Sumo review
Gadgets 3.5 out of 5

Parrot Jumping Sumo review

By 13 October 2014

Parrot, the company behind a number of flying drones, is now offering land-lovers something get excited about: the Jumping Sumo. Is this land-locked gadget with integrated camera enough to get us excited? Land not air Unlike the company's Rolling Spider,... >>

Kia Soul Mixx review
Cars 4 out of 5

Kia Soul Mixx review

By 12 October 2014

The Kia Soul sits in the increasingly popular crossover segment of the market, taking something that's essentially a hatchback and giving it characteristics closer to that of an SUV. It's the follow-up to the 2008 original, now based on the Kia C'eed... >>

Canon PowerShot G7 X review
Cameras 4.5 out of 5

Canon PowerShot G7 X review

By 11 October 2014

The rise of the high-end compact camera has been gathering pace, with oodles of models well worth a look in 2014. Despite already offering plenty of quality products, it's taken Canon a little longer to get into the groove and deliver a large-sensor yet... >>

Just like magic, the Nodus Access Case holds your iPhone in place with Micro-Suction
Phones

Just like magic, the Nodus Access Case holds your iPhone in place with Micro-Suction

By 10 October 2014

Apple launched its next-generation of iPhone back in September and before it had even hit the shelves, it was greeted with hundreds of cases, covers and pouches offering their protection. We have rounded up a few in our best iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus... >>

Tesco Hudl 2 review
Tablets 5 out of 5

Tesco Hudl 2 review

By 10 October 2014

The first Tesco Hudl tablet may have come as a surprise, not least because it was more than a half-decent Android tablet for a rock-bottom price and sold 750,000 units, but that it was a success despite bearing a supermarket chain's branding. It left... >>

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro: Previewing the QHD tablet with built-in projector
Tablets

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro: Previewing the QHD tablet with built-in projector

By 9 October 2014

Lenovo has just unveiled what it hopes is a tablet to shake up the otherwise pretty similar world of slates. Its new Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, rather uniquely, comes with a built-in Pico projector. But it's not just a one trick pony. We got to spend some time... >>

Lamborghini Asterion concept: The 910bhp hybrid beast that will (probably) never get made
Cars

Lamborghini Asterion concept: The 910bhp hybrid beast that will (probably) never get made

By 9 October 2014

Two weeks before the Paris Motor Show began, Lamborghini sent us a teaser silhouette of its new concept car. Underneath it was written: "How do you improve on perfection? Double it." For reasons that right now seem unclear, we - along with the rest of... >>