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Insta360 Nano review: The 360-degree camera for iPhone
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Insta360 Nano review: The 360-degree camera for iPhone

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If you use Facebook, you'll have slowly noticed a number of "360" videos appearing in your timeline - videos that encompass a full 360-degree view and put you in control of the playback navigation. There are a number of ways to capture 360 videos and... >>

F1 2016 review: Licence to thrill
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F1 2016 review: Licence to thrill

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Making Formula One games is a famously thankless task, but in recent years, Leamington Spa-based Codemasters has picked up that particular F1 baton and run with it in an increasingly impressive manner. Once upon a time, thanks to the niceties of satisfying... >>

Fossil Q Marshal and Wander preview: Doing Android Wear right

Fossil Q Marshal and Wander preview: Doing Android Wear right

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Ever since Fossil outlined its ambitious plan to introduce smartwatches and smart analogue watches across its family of brands, we've been itching to see the Q Wander and Marshal watches in full working order.  Having previously cast our eyes over Fossil's... >>

Skagen Connected: More than meets the eye

Skagen Connected: More than meets the eye

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Danish company Skagen, part of the Fossil Group, has shown off its Skagen Connected Hybrid Smartwatch at consumer electronics show IFA in Berlin.  The new device looks like a typical watch on first look, but it is so much more than that when you look... >>

Michael Kors Access: Super sexy smartwatches

Michael Kors Access: Super sexy smartwatches

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Fashion brand Michael Kors is about to launch its Access Android Wear smartwatches into stores. The devices were first announced at Baselworld 2016, alongside several other smartwatches from various other Fossil brands, but there were no working samples... >>

Withings Activité Steel HR preview: Stylish heart rate monitoring

Withings Activité Steel HR preview: Stylish heart rate monitoring

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Withings has announced a new addition to its activity tracking devices at consumer electronics show IFA in the form of the Activité Steel HR.  The new device is the first to come from the company since it was taken over by Nokia. It joins a plethora... >>

Philips 901F 4K OLED TV with Ambilight is as beautiful as it is capable

Philips 901F 4K OLED TV with Ambilight is as beautiful as it is capable

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Philips wowed us all with the unveiling of its latest 55-inch 4K OLED TV set at its IFA 2016 press conference, and wowed us for good reason. On first impressions the brand new 901F telly, which features Ambilight edge illumination to spill the image onto... >>

Lenovo Miix 510 preview: Is that a Surface? No, but it's just as serious and more affordable

Lenovo Miix 510 preview: Is that a Surface? No, but it's just as serious and more affordable

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First glance at the Lenovo Miix 510 and you'll be looking for the Microsoft logo. But no, this isn't the Surface 4, this is the Chinese maker's savvy take on the 2-in-1. We say savvy because the Miix 510 comes with both the keyboard and stylus included... >>

Lenovo Yoga 910 preview: Edge display makes this convertible laptop infinitely awesome

Lenovo Yoga 910 preview: Edge display makes this convertible laptop infinitely awesome

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We've been avidly following the Lenovo Yoga evolution over the years, as the convertible laptop range has continued to refine its 360-degree screen offering. In the top-spec Yoga 910 it's even stronger than ever before, with an edge-to-edge display joining... >>

Sony Xperia X Compact: It's Compact, Jim, but not as we know it

Sony Xperia X Compact: It's Compact, Jim, but not as we know it

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Sony's journey away from the Xperia Z and into the Xperia X series is probably now complete with the launch of the flagship Xperia XZ and the Xperia X Compact. For those who missed the memo, Sony's story is that the X series runs from A to Z, with the... >>