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Infiniti Q30 first drive: To infinity and beyond?

Infiniti Q30 first drive: To infinity and beyond?

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It's unusual to introduce a car from a brand that some readers might not be aware of, but a quick straw poll of friends and colleagues suggests Infiniti isn't a universally known entity. So the Q30, its compact premium hatchback, might not be at the forefront... >>

Honor V8 hands-on preview: Dual cameras, but no Leica in sight

Honor V8 hands-on preview: Dual cameras, but no Leica in sight

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With Huawei shouting loud about its P9 smartphone with dual Leica cameras, the presence of dual lenses on the Honor V8 (the company's sister brand) got us thinking it, too, would bear the same fruits. But it's not to be, as there's no Leica glass or monochrome... >>

Garmin Forerunner 735XT hands-on preview: Beating the bulk

Garmin Forerunner 735XT hands-on preview: Beating the bulk

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When it comes to proper sports watches Garmin is the primary brand that springs to mind. But with so many fitness-tracking devices out there exploring different designs, Garmin's bulky devices have arguably slipped down the ranks. The Garmin Forerunner... >>

Huawei P9 Lite hands-on preview: Low-calorie diet

Huawei P9 Lite hands-on preview: Low-calorie diet

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When the Huawei P9 launched earlier this month it went big on its dual Leica cameras feature; that was what really sold it above and beyond its considerable competition. But if that's the gold-topped pint of milk then, well, the Huawei P9 Lite is red-top... >>

Garmin Vivomove hands-on preview: Step-tracking gets stylish

Garmin Vivomove hands-on preview: Step-tracking gets stylish

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Step-trackers are nothing new, but it's taken some time for them to succeed on the style front. Garmin isn't exactly known for its elegance - more for sporty, practical designs with great features - but the Vivomove is here to change that perception.... >>

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II review: Nip and tuck triumphs
4.5 stars

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II review: Nip and tuck triumphs

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Canon was late to the 1-inch sensor compact cameras game, following in the Sony's RX100 footsteps to deliver the original PowerShot G7 X back in 2014. In the period since then this larger-than-average sensor sector has become a battleground. Nobody wants... >>

Huawei P9 review: The flagship and the folly
4.0 stars

Huawei P9 review: The flagship and the folly

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Huawei has been chipping away at the flagship smartphone block for years now, gradually adding appeal to its seemingly desired western audience with each iteration. But while last year's P8 lost its way with sloppy software and knuckle-based nonsense,... >>

PlayStation 4 review: The go-to for gamers
4.5 stars

PlayStation 4 review: The go-to for gamers

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A lot can change in a few years. This is the third time we've sat down and had a good, hard think about the PlayStation 4 since its 2013 launch. Back then the launch line-up was fairly stifled, with clangers like Knack not elevating the console to true... >>

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End review: Going out with a bang
5.0 stars

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End review: Going out with a bang

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Can you imagine a child patiently waiting for Christmas Day only to be told it's being moved to 23 February? Then again to 16 March? Well, that's how we felt about the constantly shifting release dates of the latest and purportedly last in the Uncharted... >>

Hungry Shark World preview: App big fish makes a splash, you'll be hooked

Hungry Shark World preview: App big fish makes a splash, you'll be hooked

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Hungry Shark World is one of those app-based games that probably commands just as much respect as a major console title. The follow-up to 2013's Hungry Shark Evolution - which has been downloaded over 230-million times - it's all about new graphics, new... >>