BlackBerry Motion Confirmed UK Release. Pre-order from Carphone Warehouse for £399.

A few days ago, we blogged about the up and coming BlackBerry motion, but at the time it appeared that it was only being released in the middle east. BlackBerry has no confirmed that it is getting a UK release and it will be available in Selfridges, John Lewis, Dixons Travel, Currys PC World, Amazon, … Read more

Top 10 Best Home Automation Systems of 2018

Home automation systems allow homeowners better control over their environments and more idea of what types of energy they are using and why. Home automation systems as a whole are designed to take some of the strain from homeowners – instead of worrying about whether or not they have locked their doors or left their … Read more

Microsoft Announces Surface Book 2 with 13″ & 15″ Display & Nvidia 1050/1060

Normally with product releases, there is all sort of leaks and hypes about a new product, but Microsoft seems to have gone under the radar with their newly announced Surface Book 2. It has been a few years since the original was announced, and it was generally regarded as one of the best, if not … Read more

Major WPA2 Wi-Fi Security Flaw Called KRACK Discovered + Patched Vendor List

WPA and WPA2 were supposed to solve all the issues with the notoriously easy to crack WEP based encryption. Well, it now appears that that WPA2 is not quite as secure as we had hoped. Researchers have discovered a flaw in the security protocol which is being nicknamed “KRACK” or its Sunday name Key Reinstallation … Read more

Gaming DRM Denuvo cracked within 24 hours for Shadow of War

Denuvo was supposed to be the end to gaming piracy on the PC platform, famous cracking groups such as 3DM even quit the business due to more games using this new DRM. However, in the past year more and more games have been cracked. The first games used clunky techniques to bypass Denuvo, and it would … Read more

Western Digital says we will have 40TB MAMR drives by 2025

SSDs maybe all the rage nowadays, but you can’t beat the storage capacity of a good old mechanical hard drive. Thanks to helium filled drives we are now seeing 12TB drives hit the market, and now Western Digital say that 40TB+ drives can be created using a new technology called Microwave-Assisted Magnetic Recording (MAMR). Microwave-Assisted … Read more

Oculus announces Oculus Go: Standalone VR Headset

Thanks to the financial backing of Facebook, Oculus have expanded their product line up to include the all new Oculus Go. It is designed to sit in the middle between the Rift and the Oculus powered Samsung Gear VR. This headset requires no phone and no cables running to the PC. It will be able … Read more

Google disables touch-activated listening on Home Mini due to 25/7 recording issues

The Google Home Mini isn’t even being shipped yet, but one of the review samples sent to Artem Russakovskii from Android Authority had a serious bug with it that was recording sounds in his house 24/7. He noticed the bug because the device would flash its lights even if he hadn’t issued the OK Google … Read more

Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR Review

Garmin dominates the sports watch market with devices such as the excellent multisport Fenix or the less excellent but affordable Forerunner 235. However, there are several other brands out there producing great watches, and the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR could be one of the best options out there in terms of price and features. … Read more

New Kindle Oasis announced that is waterproof and with Audible

Today Amazon has announced their brand-new Kindle Oasis – its most advanced Kindle ever – now featuring a larger 7-inch display, Audible built-in, and is the first ever waterproof Kindle. So readers can take and enjoy their favourite stories in even more places. With Audible built in, access the world’s largest library of audiobooks and easily switch between … Read more

NVIDIA Drive PX Pegasus new level 5 autonomous car computer announced

Most of us know NVIDIA as the gaming GPU manufacturer, but a large part of their business is producing computing platforms that are used in cars. Many of the top German manufacturers and Tesla all use the current generation NVIDIA computers, but these are rated at level 2 or 3 computers providing driving assistant or … Read more

Logitech Lightspeed G703 Gaming Mouse & PowerPlay Wireless Charging Pad Review

The Logitech PowerPlay G703 gaming mouse and PowerPlay charging pad are 2 separate products but they work in unison so I am doing this review as one. The gaming mouse industry is generally less exciting than other parts of computer hardware, there is not a great deal you can do to improve a mouse, in … Read more

Microsoft gives up on Windows 10 Mobile

It probably comes as no surprise but Microsoft has finally given up on its mobile OS. While Windows mobile was actually a good OS it never gained traction, coming out far too late and not getting the backing of App developers. If the earlier versions of Windows Phone were more like Windows 10 Mobile then … Read more

Ninety7 VAUX Portable Amazon Echo Dot Speaker Review

If you have bought an Amazon Echo dot and wish you could use it out and about at parties or in the garden, then this could be the speaker for you. The VAUX is the first battery-powered speaker designed specifically to house the Amazon Echo Dot. Its cordless portability enhanced audio quality and beautiful modern … Read more