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Intel’s 8th Gen desktop Core processors out now

2 weeks ago

And now it is 8. Intel’s latest iteration of the desktop computer versions of its Core processor family is now available for purchase. Tagged “Coffee

Google asks: Does Siri work for the Devil?

2 weeks ago

Weirdly, that’s what Google thinks I’d like to know. I use Google Chrome as my standard browser and Google as my default search engine. When

Sonos launches voice control smart speaker

2 weeks ago

Sonos, one of originators of the whole multi-room, multi-zone audio genre, is launching the Sonos One, a voice controlled smart speaker that will let you

New vs Old – How much faster are new smart phones?

2 weeks ago

I want to show you a little picture. This is the results of the Quadrant smart phone benchmark test I performed on the Samsung Galaxy

Alcatel asks: How much would you pay for a dumb phone?

2 weeks ago

Indeed, how much would you pay? I was as taken as anyone by Nokia resurrecting the 3310, and I even carried on a little about

Bowers and Wilkins release PX noise cancelling wireless headphones

2 weeks ago

Can you get a more British name than Bowers and Wilkins? But if you’re thinking bowler hats and leather-clad arm chairs at the Gentlemen’s Club,

Moto Z scores Gamepad and 360 Camera Mods

2 weeks ago

Motorola has released two new accessories – Mods, they are called, for “Modular” – for its Moto Z range of phones, expanding the range that

Motorola rolls out Moto X4, Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus

2 weeks ago

It wasn’t very long ago when we reviewed the Moto G5 Plus, a lowish cost but rather fine phone from Motorola. But now it has

Nokia 3310 3G arrives in Australia

3 weeks ago

There was a big splash earlier this year when Nokia announced the launch of the Nokia 3310. Truly retro, it was a call back to

Review: Seagate Backup Plus 5TB portable hard drive

3 weeks ago

What do you want from your portable hard drive? I want capacity and speed, preferably at a reasonable price. A solid state drive gives speed,