The Gear Fit is a superbly designed wearable fitness band and watch, but it is somewhat limited by price and app issues.
Do you like Ninja? Do you like Zombies? Do you like b-grade action films? If so, congratulations on your taste. Now, go buy something other than Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z.
The Panasonic Lumix TZ60 is a compact and solidly built “superzoom” camera if you’re after a simple compact camera with a bit more power than the average smartphone.
LG’s Curved OLED TV is a visually stunning product in both picture quality and design, but can it overcome its own hefty asking price? Updated: Can it overcome its new, lower selling price?
LEGO The Hobbit takes you back once more to Middle Earth, with plenty of studs, breaking items, collection and jumping puzzles. It’s another Lego game in other words.
Should you buy the HTC One M8 or the Galaxy S5? Should you be worried by Heartbleed? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
The Annex Drifter is an excellent backpack for the serious technophile, as long as you don’t need anything that looks too business-centric.
I’m not quite ready to give a definitive verdict on Trials Fusion just yet, due to time constraints. But I can’t stop playing it. That should tell you something.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is an improvement on last year’s model in almost every respect, although Samsung still needs to wean itself away from silly gimmicks.
Trials heads to touchscreens, for free, no less. It’s as solid a port of Trials as could be hoped for, but the inclusion of in-app purchases is a serious problem.