VTech’s Kidizoom Smart Watch DX, recently updated, is a well-made, fun gadget packed with features that should entertain young children, if not educate them or keep them fit like other kids’ toys.
We’ve reviewed several Chuwi hybrid tablet-laptops in the past, but this is the first full laptop we’ve seen from the Chinese brand. Rather than a touchscreen tablet that docks into a keyboard, th
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Google launched its new Chromecast Ultra when it announced its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones in October 2016. The device looks to solve what is slowly but surely becoming the issue with cheaper mai
The Nintendo Switch is on the way, but it’s coming out into a games market with stiff competition from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Things could get even more complex later this year when the Xbo
The Oculus Rift is probably the most famous VR headset to date, and arguably started the VR wave that we’re all riding on in 2016 after its successful Kickstarter campaign way back in 2012. However,
Three of Fitbit’s activity trackers (Charge 2, Blaze and Surge) feature heart-rate monitors that take wearable tech into the gym and out on the track. The Fitbit Charge 2 is aimed at the active us
Choosing a power bank can be difficult, given the sheer number of options available, but if you require a rugged power bank your choices are more limited. Also see: Best power banks 2017. Also see
The race is on for best phone 2016 and HTC has unveiled its challenger to the Galaxy S7, LG G5 and Huawei P9. Ditching the trend for a letter followed by a number, this is our in-depth HTC 10 review.
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