RAZER BASILISK REVIEW: A GREAT FPS MOUSE THAT COMPETES WITH RAZER’S OTHER GREAT FPS MOUSE

The Razer DeathAdder is renowned the world over for its ergonomic shape, its high-end sensor, its light weight. For many first-person shooter fans in particular, it’s the mouse, the perfect way for them to

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BEST DVR FOR CORD CUTTERS

Here’s the hard truth for cord-cutters right now: The ideal over-the-air DVR doesn’t exist. And if you’re on the fence about even needing one, you should read the June 22 installment

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TIVO BOLT VOX DVR REVIEW: NEW LOOK, SAME OLD APP PROBLEM

As time goes by,  TiVo gets harder to love. The cable-box DVRs for which TiVo serves as an alternative are becoming more sophisticated, with modern interfaces, voice search, and built-in streaming

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ASUS VIVOBOOK S510 REVIEW: WEAK BATTERY LIFE HOBBLES THIS CAPABLE ULTRALIGHT

With its thin-and-light shell, jumbo display, Intel Core i7 processor and mid-range price tag, the Asus VivoBook S510 aims to be a sleek-yet-roomy ultrabook for folks who like to get

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NCUBE HUB REVIEW: THIS DIY SMART HOME HUB HAS AN AWFUL LOT OF GROWING TO DO

If you live in the United Kingdom, your DIY options for setting up a smart home are surprisingly limited. Hubs like the Wink Hub 2, Notion, and Oomiaren’t on sale there, leaving SmartThings

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The future of iPhone: An iPhone in every size?

Every few years since its inception, the design of Apple’s iPhone tends to go through some major changes. The first three iPhones are all similar to each other; the iPhone

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Github wants to make it easy to discover fun projects to hack on

The best way to improve as a developer is to read other people’s code, and to work on projects with other developers. Github, as the epicentre of social coding, is arguably

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Stevie Wonder’s vision restored, O.J. Simpson’s hookers, and Hugh Hefner didn’t have to die, in this week’s tabloids

Stevie Wonder can see again, the Las Vegas killer joined a cult before the massacre, and Tom Petty could have been saved, according to this week’s fact-distanced tabloids. How wrong

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iPhone X basically has a Kinect on the front to enable FaceID

It remains to be seen whether Apple’s FaceID will be as convenient as TouchID (it already failed on stage), but at the very least we can’t accuse Apple of not dedicating enough

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The iPhone X will include animoji, emojis animated based on your facial expressions

Apple demonstrated a new type of emoji today at its press event unveiling the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X. The iPhone X includes a new facial camera system that allows

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