If you’re the adventurous type and like to keep a track of your exploits you’ll know that regular digital cameras and smartphones don’t quite cut the mustard. Enter the action cam – an ultra-ruggedized alternative that’s guaranteed to stand up to the hardiest of punishments, and enter Ricoh with the WG-M1, the latest to hit … Continue reading Ricoh WG-M1 storms into the action cam market
Sony has done a nice job of creating a little elbow-room for itself in the Smartphone market, aided initially by its key differentiator – waterproofing. Anyone who has inadvertently dropped a phone down a toilet or encountered some other aqua-based mishap will have considered the Xperia Z – the world’s first waterproof phone, and that … Continue reading Sony’s Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact – their latest and greatest smartphones
The “netbook” market, or whatever you want to call it, got a bit of a boost when Google launched its Chromebooks . Offering users little more power than they needed to perform such simple but important tasks as browsing the internet and working with documents, they were a popular solution for the low-demand budget-conscious. Google’s … Continue reading HP Stream preview and first look
Time was when small cameras were the stuff of spy movies, “Pay attention, Bond, this is fully functional high-definition video camera small enough to slip into your shirt pocket and which can be controlled from a screen on your wrist.” Technology of course has a way of catching up with fiction and Sony’s latest Action … Continue reading Sony’s Action Cam Mini – a portable video camera game changer?
There’s a debate around whether smart watches are a passing fad or a genuinely useful accessory that’ll make it into that elusive group of “must have” gadgets. To date some of the more successful models have sacrificed a degree of Smartphone-esque functionality in order to retain a stylish façade – an essential prerequisite of most … Continue reading Samsung Gear S first look and hands-on
According to figures from research company IDC the demand for tablets in mature markets is slowing down. No wonder then that manufacturers are adding more features in an effort to boost sales. With faster 4G connectivity becoming more widely available offering download speeds of up to 150Mbps on the move, that seems like an obvious … Continue reading Archos 80 Helium 4G: review roundup
There is no denying that today’s world is heavily connected – almost everyone has some form of internet-connected device, be it a phone, laptop or tablet. Dell’s newest campaign for workplace innovation drives to increase productivity from this connectivity. Dubbed the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) campaign, the company aims to enlighten businesses across the … Continue reading Dell’s BYOD campaign aims to increase workplace productivity
Amidst the furore surrounding its high-end One M7 and M8, HTC has been slipping mid-range devices under our noses, many of which are piggybacking the now iconic design of the One with its thin side bezel and top and bottom panels. Previously reserved for headline “Boomsound” speakers, less expensive models such as the new Desire … Continue reading The HTC Desire 510 delivers budget 4G goodness