Beats recently launched a new pair of workout earphones, finally replacing the Powerbeats 3 Wireless. Here's what we make of 2020's Powerbeats.
This remake of the 99 original is a classic. For once, a Resident Evil game is released into a world in which it seems prophetic rather than fanciful.
The late 2019 Vive launch brings you the latest and greatest in virtual reality (VR). Does it outsmart the Rift S and is it the headset to own?
When the news of Half-Life: Alyx first appeared people grumbled that it wasn't Half-Life 3. But Alyx, experienced in VR, is so much more.
Not massively original, but a beautifully constructed, hugely satisfying Dark Souls-style action-RPG. Ideal for self-isolation gaming sessions.
Huawei's latest P-series is here, and it comes with better hardware than ever. But will the lack of Google make this impossible to recommend?
The Huawei flagship for 2020 elevates its camera performance once more. But without Google Services, its a hollow shell of its predecessor.
An soundbar-and-subwoofer double that's designed for larger screens. It's got great front presence and the ability to decode object-based audio too.
In the Roku Streaming Stick+ we love the experience, we love the ease of use and the quality of the stream that we get from it.
The Roku Premiere is a great little streaming set-top box offering some of the latest streaming standards
The 2018 model was the revolution, for 2020 it’s nips, tucks, and business as usual.
A flagship with top-end quad cameras, lots of power, long battery life... and no Google Play Store or, therefore, apps. What a conundrum.
Samsung has been making great phones for a long time and the Galaxy S20+ is exactly what you expect it to be - a great phone.
The first foldable phone is finally here after a choppy start. Is it the future of mobile, by offering a phone- and tablet-like experience in one?
The 2020 MacBook Air takes what was great about the 2019 model and merely enhances the experience. The big win here those is that it gets the new
There's a thin line to tread, when creating any piece of art, when taking inspiration. In games, when it comes to modes of gameplay, and genre tropes,
Nintendo has taken its time over Animal Crossing for Switch, to ensure that not only will it match the fanbase’s expectations - but excel them.
Doom Eternal continues the trend of recent Doom outings with a strong focus on glorious gory glory killing goodness and plenty of demon-slaying fun.
There are three models in the new Samsung Galaxy S20 family - with this being the smallest. But does it stand up to its siblings?
An interesting smart display if you make Messenger and WhatsApp calls. But with Facebook's history of security question marks, will anyone buy Portal?
The Asus ZenBook Flip 15 has a 360-degree hinge. But the big thing you'll spot is the second screen trackpad: is it really of much use? Read on...
The original Find X came with a pop-up camera, but that's gone in the X2 Pro, replaced by a punch-hole and much upgraded screen.
The top-tier Samsung phone throws a clear challenge to the rest of the market. But do big specs alone make the best phone, or is it too try-hard?
GoPro Max review: Everything an action camera should be
Although it offers fewer features than some rivals, this old-school and no-nonsense soundbar delivers a great front soundstage, plus solid bass.
Skagen's third-gen smartwatch is its best yet. Find out why this could be the Wear OS device for you.
Gaming laptops are constantly shrinking in size and weight while packing plenty of punch. This MSI laptop is no different either.
Looking for an all-in-one soundbar that can be bespoke setup (with on-screen menus)? Canton has just the ticket. It's great for movies, TV and music
We've seen foldable phones with varying degrees of effectiveness. TCL thinks it has the answer with a mechanised 'rolling phone'. Here's the concept.
Samsung's third-gen true wireless earbuds are here. These buds are considerably better than the first generation, but are they quite good enough?
The Echo Show experience is getting better all the time and this is a great entry point. Sure, there are some compromises, but it's value for money.
With welcome software enhancements and much better audio as well as that larger screen, the Echo Show is getting serious. But is it worth buying?
The F(x)tec pro is a mashup of all our favourite old QWERTY-equipped Android phones. Here's what it's like to live with one.
The Renault Morphoz concept can extend, both front and rear, to make way for range-extending batteries and more interior space. Look at our pictures.
Can the Ring Floodlight Cam do enough to offer all the protection your home needs? Here's our review.
The Land Rover, which evolved into the Defender, is one of the most iconic and beloved British cars on and off the road. Here's the new version
The Danish design kings' first soundbar offering is a cracker for an all-in-one system. It's pricey, but its sonic delivery is sublime.
A fantastic 4K HDR games console with heaps of exclusive titles to play. You'll need a 4K TV, of course, to maximise its potential.
Obsidian crafts a beautiful sci-fi world, with perfectly pared-down action-RPG elements, in what is a surprise hit game. It's truly sublime.
2020's X-T mirrorless model brings faster burst, better battery life, plus more. But with the same sensor as the X-T3 before it, does it make sense?
The OnePlus 7 Pro is gunning for flagship top spot. It has a world-beating edge-to-edge display and fantastic performance. It's also flagship priced.
A fantastic all-round flagship phone, but given the presence of the 'standard' 7T, does the Pro model really need to exist? What more does it offer?
OnePlus has launched the 7T, it packs a punch, and is smaller and slimmer than the Pro, despite offering a lot of the same benefits.
The first Roku TV to make it to the UK is from Hisense. At this low price point it delivers perhaps the best budget TV experience we've yet seen.
Huawei has traditionally upgraded its MediaPad tablet lineup around this time of year, but this time we’ve a new kid on the block – an iPad Pro compet...
The Mate Xs is a marginal improvement on the Mate X we saw last year and will be a very expensive device on launch.
There’s very little about the Pixelbook we don’t like. It’s nimble, lovely to use and looks great, plus it’s speedy and not as pricey as predecessors.
The real question with the Z Flip is how much are you willing to compromise in exchange for novelty?
It may be approaching a year old, but the OnePlus 7 is still a decent phone if you can hold of one.
At a significantly cheaper price than the larger Echo Show, the Show 8 has most of its appealing features.