Gadgets

Fujifilm launching prosumer cinema lens for Sony E-Mount cameras

1 day ago

With the affordable cinematography revolution of recent years, anyone can start making movies, right? All you need is a couple of thousand dollars worth of

D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD provides home security through Apple HomeKit

1 day ago

Networking products company D-Link has released a rather cool looking home monitoring camera called the Omna 180 Cam HD. Rather than being a plastic gadget

Review: Lexar JumpDrive P20 USB 3.0 128GB memory stick

4 days ago

It may seem weird to be reviewing a thumb drive. After all, you can buy sacks of them at your local stationery megastore. Aren’t they

Review: Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad

1 week ago

Perhaps I’m fussy, but if there’s one thing I hate most about Android phones, it’s plugging in the horrible charging connector. And that’s something you’ve

Hello Windows with the Logitech BRIO 4K Pro Webcam (Updated pricing)

1 week ago

Logitech is well known for its computer peripherals: keyboards, mouses, PC games controllers, speakers and headphones, remote controls and, of course, webcams. Strangely, in a

Five of the best: Show your love for him this Valentine’s Day

2 weeks ago

Nothing says “I love you!” better on Saint Valentine’s Day than the gift of a thoughtfully chosen gadget. We qualified that statement in our suggestions

GoPro relaunches troubled Karma drone

3 weeks ago

When we reported on the launch of GoPro’s Karma drone back in September last year, we of course had no idea of that they’d soon

Belkin products to keep your phone powered up

3 weeks ago

Belkin has released two new products which ought to keep many smart phones charged and ready for action. The new Belkin Wireless Charging Pad is

Review: Moto 360 Sport smart watch

4 weeks ago

I’m feeling guilty. I’ve had the rather nifty Moto 360 Sport watch here for at least a couple of months, yet, day by day other

Epson P5070 SureColor Photographic printer, for enthusiasts

1 month ago

Epson has released what I (not Epson) am going to call a “prosumer” printer for photography enthusiasts. It handles paper up to 17 inches wide

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