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Apple iPad mini 3 adds Touch ID, but makes the old model more appealing (hands-on)
Tablets

Apple iPad mini 3 adds Touch ID, but makes the old model more appealing (hands-on)

By 17 October 2014

The iPad mini 3 saw itself updated at Apple's special event. But where the iPad Air 2 got plenty of investigation, the "new" iPad mini 3 was skirted over rather quickly. It got itself one screen, with blink-and-you'll-miss-it coverage, before the attention... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review
Phones 5 out of 5

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review

By 17 October 2014

Big phones, phablets, or whatever term you want to call them - the big-screen category is here to stay. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 represents not only the most crucial big-screen device from the Korean company for a couple of years but, sub-genres brushed... >>

Close up with the 5K iMac, and boy is it crisp
Laptops

Close up with the 5K iMac, and boy is it crisp

By 16 October 2014

Apple has updated its iMac range to create a flagship model that delivers a crisp 5K image. The move, which well and truly takes it from the spare computer to a powerhouse for professionals, signals Apple's intent to deliver a "Retina display" on all... >>

Mac OS X Yosemite review
Apps 4.5 out of 5

Mac OS X Yosemite review

By 16 October 2014

Apple's new operating system, OS X Yosemite, has arrived with a number of design and feature changes in tow and the promise of being the best version of OS X yet. But it is really that simple? Can it really be just a case of pressing the download button... >>

OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely
Apps

OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely

By 16 October 2014

Continuity. It's a word you are likely to hear a lot of from Apple over the coming weeks and months. But what does it mean, and why should you care? Seen in the bigger picture, it is the move by Apple to connect all your devices together. Whether that's... >>

Apple iPad Air 2 preview: Thin is in, but is it enough?
Tablets

Apple iPad Air 2 preview: Thin is in, but is it enough?

By 16 October 2014

Apple has updated its iPad range with new features to entice those yet to buy an iPad, or those feeling the urge to upgrade. Questioning how you make the best tablet on the market even better, Apple's response is to make it thinner and faster. Given... >>

Nokia Lumia 830 review
Phones 4 out of 5

Nokia Lumia 830 review

By 16 October 2014

The Nokia Lumia 830 is one of the last smartphones to bear the Nokia brand name ahead of Microsoft's takeover of the company. This last of the Nokia breed isn't a flagship powerhouse either, instead the Lumia 830 is the watered-down version of the top-spec... >>

Sony Xperia Z3 review: Third time's a charm
Phones 5 out of 5

Sony Xperia Z3 review: Third time's a charm

By 14 October 2014

Sony has revised and updated its flagship smartphone more times than any rival in recent years, with the Xperia Z3 model arriving just six months after the previous Z2 hit the shelves. The Sony Xperia Z3 sticks very much to the lines laid by its predecessors,... >>

Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover
Cameras

Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover

By 14 October 2014

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the first batch of Lomography Lomo'Instant cameras have arrived in the UK and Pocket-lint was on hand at the company's store in London's Carnaby Street district to have a play. The camera, which is fairly large,... >>

Far Cry 4 preview: Three hours in Kryat with just heavy weaponry and a buddy for support
Gaming

Far Cry 4 preview: Three hours in Kryat with just heavy weaponry and a buddy for support

By 14 October 2014

We’ve been very eagerly awaiting Far Cry 4 ever since we first got to play a brief section of the game during E3 2014 in June. But while that was enough to give us a small, tantalising taste of the setting and feel of the game, it wasn’t anywhere... >>