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PlayStation 4 review: One year on, it's the choice console for gamers
Gaming 4.5 out of 5

PlayStation 4 review: One year on, it's the choice console for gamers

By 4 December 2014

One year after its initial release, and to cap off two decades of PlayStation, the Sony PlayStation 4 finds itself in an esteemed position at the tail-end of 2014. The PS4 seems to be winning the new-generation console race against the Xbox One - at least,... >>

YotaPhone 2 review: Dual-screen phone will split the crowd
Phones 3.5 out of 5

YotaPhone 2 review: Dual-screen phone will split the crowd

By 3 December 2014

The idea of a dual-screen smartphone might sound as useful as a sixth toe, and when Russian company YotaPhone launched its device of the same name it didn't make us realise what we were missing. Design quirks, usage irks - it just didn't formulate into... >>

Sony Alpha A7 II review: E-mount evolution (hands-on)
Cameras

Sony Alpha A7 II review: E-mount evolution (hands-on)

By 27 November 2014

This time last year the first-generation Sony A7 took the Pocket-lint Awards gong for best interchangeable lens camera. As a small-scale full-frame model with Sony's E-mount lens fitting, it had innovation clearly in its sights. But it wasn't quite perfect... >>

Audi S1 review: Super supermini
Cars 4 out of 5

Audi S1 review: Super supermini

By 26 November 2014

The Audi S1 is the baby of the German manufacturer's S family of sports models, but beefed-up to make it a super supermini. It takes this small hatchback from an appealing £14,000 to eyebrow-raising £24,000 and skywards, sailing over £30k for the model... >>

Nokia Lumia 735 review: Just don't call it a selfie phone
Phones 4 out of 5

Nokia Lumia 735 review: Just don't call it a selfie phone

By 25 November 2014

Nokia Lumia. Say goodbye to that phrase, as this is the last Lumia device that we'll review carrying the Nokia name. With the move of Nokia Lumia devices to Microsoft Devices, the Nokia Lumia 735 the last in its line. Pitched as a selfie phone during... >>

Acer Liquid Jade review: Functional but not fantastic
Phones 3.5 out of 5

Acer Liquid Jade review: Functional but not fantastic

By 25 November 2014

The sub-£250 end of the smartphone market is a like a big apple pie that every manufacturer wants a slice of. But you can only carve that pie up so many ways. The Motorola Moto G has been the model most greedily consumed for a while but there are forkfuls... >>

Grand Theft Auto 5 review: Bona fide thrill ride on PS4 and Xbox One
Gaming 5 out of 5

Grand Theft Auto 5 review: Bona fide thrill ride on PS4 and Xbox One

By 24 November 2014

Grand Theft Auto 5 caused a stir when it was released more than a year ago, a stir that's all the more frenzied in its new-gen incarnation on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Why? Because now you can experience all the bloodshed, sleaze and profanity throughout... >>

BT Smart Home Cam 100 review: The all-seeing eye
Smarthome 3.5 out of 5

BT Smart Home Cam 100 review: The all-seeing eye

By 24 November 2014

Smarthome cameras, such as the BT Smart Home Cam 100, are becoming increasingly popular. Not just because they allow you to see what your pets get up to when you walk out the door, but they also offer peace of mind for much less money than a 24-hour... >>

iRobot Roomba 880 review: Cleans, so you don't have to
Smarthome 4 out of 5

iRobot Roomba 880 review: Cleans, so you don't have to

By 22 November 2014

Robot vacuum cleaners, such as the iRobot Roomba 880, are interesting little gadgets. They are far from cheap, costing the best part of £500, but for that mighty lump of cash they take one of the worst household chores off your hands. The idea behind... >>

TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio review: Six months in and we're sold
Sports Fitness 4 out of 5

TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio review: Six months in and we're sold

By 21 November 2014

The first TomTom Multi-Sport sportswatch was released around a year ago, catering for running, cycling and swimming activities. It did a fair job, but there were some loose ends that its follow-up, the Multi-Sport Cardio, tackles head-on. We've been using... >>


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