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Non-VR players get un-Tethered!
Previously only available for both PlayStation VR and Rift/Vive PC players, the game is now available for non-VR players.
Hands-on review: D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD (DSH-C310)
Looking like the love-child of a fancy air freshener and HAL 9000 from 2001, you can help but admire D-Link’s new Apple HomeKit camera, the Omna.
Hands-on Review: Lenovo ThinkCentre M910q Tiny
From the basic office computer to a multimedia powerhouse, the M910q is Tiny in name only.
Hands-on review: Lenovo MiiX 720 Tablet
I’m still amazed at how much power the modern tablet packs into a small package, and the Miix720 manages to add a stylish appearance.
Hands on Review: Samsung Galaxy S8
This beautiful smartphone is carried by its powerful internals and gorgeous screen.
Review: Nioh 'Dragon of the North' DLC offers players more hard levels
Nioh is still the hardest game to be released in 2017, and players are now able to get more action with the 'Dragon of the North' DLC.
Hands on Review: Parallels Toolbox for Mac
Nestled comfortably in your menu bar, this nifty little piece of software is full of features.
Hands on Review: Mota JetJat Nano-C Camera Drone
The world's smallest camera drone provided a quick burst of fun, a large dose of frustration, and an overall average experience as far as drones go.
Review: Dragon Quest Heroes II reinvents the Dynasty Warriors style of gameplay
Dragon Quest Heroes II is a spin-off game to the main Dragon Quest RPG series. This new game brings in elements from various gaming genres.
LogRhythm’s Network Monitor Freemium an impressive winner when put to the test
Not all security tools have to come with a price tag. The SANS Institute takes at a look at LogRhythm's NetMon Freemium Version 3.2.3.
Hands on review: Huawei P10
The phone is perfectly likeable. It calls, it texts, it Facebooks, it takes great photos. Lets face it, that’s 90% of phone users catered to.
Hands on Review: Kanex MultiSync travel keyboard
The Kanex MultiSync Bluetooth travel keyboard is a comfortable, slim, and portable travel keyboard that can sync with up to four simultaneous devices.
Review: Persona 5 continues an excellent year for the PS4
The PlayStation 4 console has had many great exclusives in 2017 and it's only the month of April. The latest hit is Persona 5.
EA Games’ sci-fi epic continues with Mass Effect: Andromeda
EA Games and Bioware invite us, once again, into the universe of their grand space opera.
Getting hands on at the Samsung S8/S8+ launch event
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ were naturally the MVP of the launch, with plenty of them around to try out.
Hands-on review: Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon
The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon is an ultra-light, ultra-portable and high-performance Business Ultrabook.
Hands-on review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 YOGA
If you are a busy business person and continually on the move, I can’t recommend this ThinkPad highly enough.
Film review: Boss Baby - what happens when you turn a baby into a corporate boss?
“He carries a briefcase! Does no one else think that’s - oh, I don't know - a little freaky?”
Hands on review: Sennheiser MB 660 wireless headphones
I'd say yes, they're better than Bose.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy A7 - a sleek midrange smartphone
Samsung’s latest Galaxy A series might just smooth what has been something of a bumpy path for the global giant. We get hands-on with the A7.
Hands-on review: ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero Motherboard
Of course, a great processor cannot make a great system without an impressive motherboard, and this is our main course today.
Review: Lego Worlds tries to take on the "Minecraft" gaming genre
Minecraft popularised the gaming genre that allows you to explore a sandbox world while creating your own things. Lego now wants to tackle this genre.
Hands-on review: Omna 180 camera
"The Omna 180 Cam would be good…if it were in the price range of $100-$150. However, I think $300 is way overpriced for what it offers."
Review: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is a fun open-world shooter
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands changes the shooting formula for the better to offer a fun third-person co-op experience.