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Jaguar F-Type R Coupe review: A very British love affair
Cars 5 out of 5

Jaguar F-Type R Coupe review: A very British love affair

By 13 April 2015

If you're lucky enough to be driving an expensive, powerful car then you'll know the response you get from the wonderful British public tends to vary. Driving a Porsche 911? Don't expect to be let out of a side road anytime soon. Range Rover Sport? Go... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge review: Livin' on the edge (not a prayer)
Phones 5 out of 5

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge review: Livin' on the edge (not a prayer)

By 10 April 2015

The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is a radical phone. After a tepid response to 2014's Samsung Galaxy S5, the Korean giant had to do something special to stand out and get back to the top of its game. The "standard" Galaxy S6, with its new metal build, is an... >>

HBO Now hands-on: A true cord-cutting experience at last (and just in time for GoT)
Apps

HBO Now hands-on: A true cord-cutting experience at last (and just in time for GoT)

By 9 April 2015

HBO's HBO Now streaming service has launched in the US, giving millions of Americans unprecedented access to original films and TV shows in the premium cable network's catalogue without ever needing a cable television subscription. It's a service aimed... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 review: Samsung's crowning moment
Phones 5 out of 5

Samsung Galaxy S6 review: Samsung's crowning moment

By 9 April 2015

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the best Samsung smartphone ever made. Now that's an easy statement to make when it's the newest device to hit the market, but speaking relatively, we think it's the best to launch since the Samsung Galaxy S II fluked its way... >>

Amazon Fire TV Stick review: Stick it to 'em
Home Cinema 4 out of 5

Amazon Fire TV Stick review: Stick it to 'em

By 9 April 2015

While it has been available in the US since the end of last year, the Amazon Fire TV Stick finally makes its way across the pond for release in the UK and, thanks to a combination of attractive price point and rich feature set, could end up being a more... >>

Motorola Moto G (2015) review: Budget big screen adds 4G, lacks new design thrills
Phones 4 out of 5

Motorola Moto G (2015) review: Budget big screen adds 4G, lacks new design thrills

By 8 April 2015

When the original Moto G was unveiled back in 2013 it blew other budget phones out of the water. Its 2014 follow-up threw its weight at a larger screen size and, bizarrely, ditched 4G connectivity in the process. That's where the Moto G 2015 comes in... >>

Apple Watch Edition gold hands-on: What to expect from Apple's £8,000 smartwatch
Wearables

Apple Watch Edition gold hands-on: What to expect from Apple's £8,000 smartwatch

By 8 April 2015

Apple Watch is almost here. After months of speculation following the Cupertino announcement in September last year, we now have almost all the details of the new smartwatch from Apple: how it will work, how much it will cost, what the battery is going... >>

Devialet Silver Phantom review: Futuristic funk from this French Fancy will make your ears dance with delight
Audio

Devialet Silver Phantom review: Futuristic funk from this French Fancy will make your ears dance with delight

By 7 April 2015

Gaming fans might think the Devialet Phantom looks like a real-life replica of Ghost from smash-hit title Destiny, but audiophiles will know the high-end French manufacturer doesn't speak in vocoded Peter Dinklage, but instead top-end, crystal clear audio.... >>

Hub by Premier Inn: What it’s like to spend a night in the app-controlled, high-tech hotel room of the future
Gadgets

Hub by Premier Inn: What it’s like to spend a night in the app-controlled, high-tech hotel room of the future

By 7 April 2015

Premier Inn has expanded its hotel offerings with a new super high-tech hotel called Hub by Premier Inn, the first of which is based in London's Covent Garden. The idea is to use app-based controls and new technology to make your stay more comfortable. From... >>

Leef iBridge is the iPhone and iPad gadget you shouldn't leave home without
Gadgets

Leef iBridge is the iPhone and iPad gadget you shouldn't leave home without

By 6 April 2015

The amount of storage space on a mobile device often sounds extensive when you first buy it, but if you're like us you'll soon fill it - especially if you are a habitual photo or video taker. And that's usually okay for Android phone or tablet owners... >>