Sound Blaster Katana V2 vs BlasterX Katana – Creative’s new £299 soundbar comes with a bigger subwoofer & better connectivity

A couple of days ago, Creative announced the new Sound Blaster Katana V2 soundbar which is their new flagship gaming soundbar with Super X-Fi Headphone Holography and more. This will sit above the existing BlasterX Katana, but below the home theatre orientated £900 Dolby Atmos Creative SXFI Carrier, which I somehow didn’t realise existing until … Read more

Google Search Console Down With 500 Error [Google Webmaster Tools]

[Update @ 07:50 BST / 06:50 UTC] It is now working for me but the search console data is still stuck on Friday While this is not quite my usual consumer tech news, it will likely be affecting many website owners this morning. Currently, when you log into Google Search Console, formerly Webmaster Tools, and … Read more

Nothing ear (1) Review – Ignore the hype, they are not some flagship killer, but these ANC earbuds are still good

The Nothing ear (1) earbuds have probably been the most marketed and hyped earbuds in existence. As much as I like Carl Pei and what he did with OnePlus I have found the whole Nothing campaign cringeworthy and annoying. Weekly press releases for minor details quickly became tiring. It wouldn’t have been bad if it … Read more

EPOS H3 Hybrid announced for £149 featuring USB, 3.5 mm & Bluetooth connectivity with Bluetooth chat functionality via your phone

EPOS has announced their latest gaming headset, the EPOS H3 Hybrid, which combines USB, 3.5 mm & Bluetooth connectivity for universal compatibility with all consoles and other devices. The new H3 Hybrid headset can then combined a Bluetooth connection with your phone and a wired connection with your console/PC enabling players to chat with friends … Read more

Infinix ZERO X Pro announced with 108MP & 60X periscope moonshot camera powered by the MediaTek Helio G95

I reviewed the Infinix Hot 10S NFC earlier on in the year and was amazed at the specification and overall performance you got for something costing $120. Infinix is now back with the ZERO X series, which aims to bring some of the high-end camera features we have seen on the likes of Samsung and … Read more

Aqara M1S and M2 will be upgraded to support Matter a new connectivity standard for IoT devices

The world of home automation has always been a little confusing thanks to all the competing technologies. The two big ones are Zigbee and Z-Wave, but you then also have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and many proprietary systems from the likes of Philips Hue, Lightwave, Den Automation and others. To make things simpler, but also more confusing, … Read more

Kingston Fury Beast 3600Mhz DDR4 Review [KF436C18BBK2/32] – Rebadged HyperX but fantastic value for money

Following on from my review of the excellent Kingston Fury Renegade 3600Mhz RGB DDR4, I have also been checking out the Kingston Fury Beast 32GB DDR4 RAM kit Kingston sold off the HyperX brand earlier this year, but the sale only included the peripherals. Gaming memory and storage will stay part of the Kingston business, … Read more

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 5100 vs Snapdragon Wear 4100 vs Samsung Exynos W920 Specifications Compared – Leaks suggest another disappointing chipset

New details of the up-and-coming Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 5100 chipset have been revealed, and it looks like we are in for another lacklustre chipset from Qualcomm. With Samsung moving over to Wear OS and the introduction of the new Samsung Exynos W920, I had hoped we would see Qualcomm up their game in the wearables … Read more

Fossil Gen 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 vs Ticwatch Pro 3 Wear OS Watches Specs Compared

Yesterday, the Fossil Gen 6 series was announced, and range of Wear OS devices is finally starting to get interesting again. The Fossil Gen 6 will use the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100+ platform, making them just the second brand to adopt the now year-old 4000-series wearable chipsets. Ticwatch were the first to the market with … Read more

How to use ECG & Blood Pressure on a Galaxy Watch 4 without a Samsung Phone using a modded Samsung Health Monitor App

My initial impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 have not started well. When I first set up the watch it because apparent that the ECG and blood pressure function would not work on my OnePlus Nord 2. It turns out some functionality is walled off for users with a Samsung phone. While this may be … Read more

EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset Review – Cheap low latency wireless headset for the PS5 and PC

EKSA are a popular, affordable option for gaming headsets. They have a wide range of options, and the EKSA E910 is the latest model offering zero-latency gaming with 5.8Ghz USB wireless connectivity and virtual 7.1 surround. Specification 5.8Ghz USB Wireless Connection 3.5mm port on the dongle for wider comptability Zero Tangible Latency Virtual 7.1 Surround … Read more

Helium Hotspot Review – Mine Helium HNT cryptocurrency – How much money can you earn? [August 2021 Update]

Where to buy a Helium Hotspot? UK, EU and US models I had previously recommended Nebra/Pi Supply but this appears to have turned out to be a bad decision by me. Like many others, I have been waiting months for my order while Bobcat and others have been shipping. I am sure Nebra will get … Read more

Fitbit Charge 5 vs Charge 4 vs Luxe vs Inspire 2 Specifications Compared – Is the Fitbit Charge 5 worth £170 vs £100 Charge 4?

Yesterday, Fitbit announced the new Fitbit Charge 5, which integrates some of the features found on their flagship Fitbit Sense but with a steep increase in price compared to the previous Charge 4. What is for the Charge 5 vs Charge 4 Fitbit has made quite a few changed to the Charge 5. This includes: … Read more

Huawei Watch 3 gets TRUCONNECT fitness app – still no running/cycling apps with Strava integration

In my opinion, the Huawei Watch 3 has the best hardware experience on any smartwatch currently available, though this may change with the imminent Samsung Watch 4. However, with Huawei using their brand new Harmony OS, the software experience doesn’t quite match the outstanding hardware. The OS itself is a pleasure to use and can … Read more

512 Audio Announces Limelight & Skylight XLC Microphones for Creators, Priced at £189.99

512 Audio is a new audio brand based in Austin that are dedicated to delivering professional gear built for creators. The new microphones have been developed by the team from Warm Audio, an award-winning audio company what have developed classic-inspired microphones, preamps, guitar pedals and more For its initial debut, 512 Audio is introducing five … Read more

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