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Singtrix, the next generation of karaoke machines?

By Andrew Rafter -

The makers of Guitar Hero, Singtrix have announced a new all-in-one Karaoke system that promises to make bad singers sound good and good singers sound great. So does it deliver on its promise? Retailing at £299 for the party bundle pack, you… Read article

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Motorola Moto E: review roundup 

By Ian Barker -

Not since the iconic RAZR of 2004 has the thought of owning a Motorola been something to set your pulse racing. Whilst the Moto E isn’t likely to catch the imagination in the same way, the first new handset to… Read article

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Neato Botvac robotic vacuum cleaners: What the critics think

By Gabrielle Pickard -

It’s uncanny how a manufacturer of vacuum cleaners either wittingly or unwittingly gave a new verb to the English speaking world to describe the chore of vacuuming. “Hoover up” became the chosen verb, rather than “Dyson up” or “Numatic the… Read article

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3: Review round-up

By Paul Lester -

  Microsoft’s Surface series is leading the line for Windows-based tablets, and with the latest iteration show its desire to keep things competitive in an ever-improving market. The Surface Pro 3 comes with a number of improvements to do just… Read article

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Streaming high with the new Parrot Bebop Drone

By Gabrielle Pickard -

American citrus farmers are flying drones over their crops in order to check harvests for ripeness. Estate agents are taking enticing air videos to show to would-be customers. Roof inspections can be carried out by drones, saving time, money and… Read article

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First impressions: Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

By Shem Pennant -

I’m pretty sold on the idea that I’m never going to buy another point and click camera again. I love to take pictures, and it’s still at the stage where it’s an enjoyable pastime for me but the point and… Read article

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Milled thrills – the Leica T 16.5 megapixel camera

By Neil Cumins -

Milled from a single block of aluminium, and designed in collaboration with Audi, the all-new Leica T is a fairly remarkable piece of kit. This is a radical departure for the German photography brand, introducing an entirely new operating system… Read article

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Humax STA-1200 BSW: The “world slimmest soundbar”

By Gabrielle Pickard -

Humax, a UK provider of specialist digital set-top boxes, has entered the audio market, launching what the company claims to be the “world’s slimmest” soundbar. The STA-1200 BSW is a compact and stylish soundbar, which, according to the Humax press… Read article

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Review round-up: Microsoft Office for iPad

By Paul Lester -

Microsoft Office has touched down on Apple’s ubiquitous tablet, delivering an authentic Office experience to those who simply feel more at home with Microsoft’s age-old suite. iPad users can now download Word, Excel and Powerpoint for iPad from the App… Read article