TomTom’s smartwatches may not be the best looking, but with built-in GPS and additional fitness features available, it’s an option worth considering if fitness is your focus rather than simple ac
The Echo was launched in the US in June 2015, but the UK had to wait an agonising 15 months to get it. I say agonising because ever since learning about what the Echo can do, I’ve wanted to try one
Back in November 2014 we reviewed the 1st-gen Fire TV. That’s the set-top-box version of the Stick, and is very similar to the new Google Nexus Player and almost the spitting image of the Apple TV.
Amazon may not have cracked the smartphone market with the Fire phone but it’s forging ahead with its Fire tablets and Fire TV media streamers, taking on the Roku, Chromecast and Apple TV. This is t
The HTC Vive is the most expensive option in the current virtual reality headset line-up, beating the £500 Oculus Rift and £300 PlayStation VR. But why the high price? The HTC Vive offers an unparal
The Fitbit Alta is a stylish, slim wristband that will appeal to people who prefer their tracker to be discreet but fashionable. Also see: Best tech to take on holiday 2016. It’s similar to the Fitb
When BlackBerry released the DTEK50, its second Android smartphone, in August 2016, it called it ‘the world’s most secure Android smartphone’. What, then, does that make this, the higher-spec DT
With drones becoming more high-tech than ever, it was only a matter of time until a company created one that comes with its own VR headset, allowing users to ‘see’ through the camera of the drone.
Alongside its new Pixel phones, Google Home and the Chromecast Ultra, Google announced its first Daydream VR headset at its 4 October London event. We were there to check it out so here’s our Google
There has never been a bigger choice of home security cameras and the majority can be set up in less than 15 minutes. The Canary is no exception: a plug-and-play unit that took me less than 10 minutes