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Panasonic Lumix TZ57 is the understated travel zoom to beat (hands-on)
Cameras

Panasonic Lumix TZ57 is the understated travel zoom to beat (hands-on)

By 5 January 2015

You know how it is, companies are always boasting about their latest and greatest products, sometimes detracting from the kit further down the ranks. It's much the same for the just announced Panasonic Lumix TZ57. Akin to a stripped-back Lumix TZ70 in... >>

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix TZ70 review: Viewfinder upgrade for 30x travel zoom
Cameras

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix TZ70 review: Viewfinder upgrade for 30x travel zoom

By 5 January 2015

As we roll into 2015, Panasonic is first out of the camera announcement gates with the unveiling of its latest travel zoom, the Lumix TZ70, which is bursting at the seams with features. Due on the shelves this March, Pocket-lint got a sneak peek of the... >>

LG G Flex 2: Smaller, more powerful, more compelling (hands-on)
Phones

LG G Flex 2: Smaller, more powerful, more compelling (hands-on)

By 5 January 2015

When the LG G Flex was first launched it was seen as something of a gimmick, with plenty of questions as to whether we need a curved screen on a phone at all. Not to be deterred by the mixed reception of the original model, LG has released the LG G Flex... >>

Alcatel OneTouch Watch pictures and hands-on
Gadgets

Alcatel OneTouch Watch pictures and hands-on

By 5 January 2015

Alcatel OneTouch has just showed off its new smartwatch, aptly called Watch, at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. It looks and feels really great, despite a few disappointing bits. Alcatel OneTouch Watch reminds of Pebble Steel in two ways: the watch itself is made... >>

Withings Activité Pop: The fun $150 fitness-tracking watch (hands-on)
Gadgets

Withings Activité Pop: The fun $150 fitness-tracking watch (hands-on)

By 5 January 2015

Withings has followed up its Activité smartwatch with the Activité Pop, a much less expensive version with younger, fresher styling. And we've had a brief play with one at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas.  The new smartwatch, which... >>

Acer Chromebook 15 is big and Googley (hands-on)
Laptops

Acer Chromebook 15 is big and Googley (hands-on)

By 4 January 2015

Acer has continued its push into the world of Chromebook with yet another model, this time a rather large 15.6-inch offering for those that want to enjoy more screen. Acer's goal, according to the company, is to offer a big screen Chrome OS experience... >>

Tonino Lamborghini Quantum HL-01 review: Raging bull
Audio 4 out of 5

Tonino Lamborghini Quantum HL-01 review: Raging bull

By 4 January 2015

Tonino Lamborghini isn't a name in audio that you'll recognise. In fact, you'll probably need a little schooling to learn that this isn't Automobili Lamborghini, the car company.  It is the same family, however, with the founder (Tonino himself) devoting... >>

Citroen C4 Cactus review: A thorn in the side for the competition
Cars 4.5 out of 5

Citroen C4 Cactus review: A thorn in the side for the competition

By 2 January 2015

Every so often a car comes along that causes people to stop and stare. If you're brave enough to drive a new Citroen C4 Cactus, then there's a fair chance that people are going to stare at you. It's a car that looks different; quirky in a way that, arguably,... >>

Sony SmartWatch 3 review: Brains over beauty
Gadgets 4 out of 5

Sony SmartWatch 3 review: Brains over beauty

By 2 January 2015

The latest Android Wear watch to enter the race for your wrist is the Sony SmartWatch 3. As a company in the wearables game since the outset, experience shows in this third generation device. But after previous so-so attempts is it finally a case of third... >>

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker review: Toadally awesome
Gaming 4 out of 5

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker review: Toadally awesome

By 2 January 2015

It's tricky to characterise the story the Nintendo Wii U as anything but a sad one, at least if you're a Nintendo fan. There's nothing wrong with the console per se, but it has taken an age for the Japanese company to provide it with a credible library... >>


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