Fitbit Versa 2 Review: No Surprise That Google Really Wanted to Own This Brilliance

Even though the distinction between fitness wearables and smartwatches is clear when the discussion around the former revolves around activity tracking bands, it is less so when we talk about smartwatches. No one...

The Masked Singer review – is that Angela Lansbury singing You Got the Love?...

Saturday-night singing contests are in a death spiral. Once the monarchs of the weekend schedules and the darlings of the weekday tabloids, now they are facing the end. They are popping six Vicodins...

Acer Predator Triton 900 Review

Ever wondered is you could have a 180 degree rotating screen on your laptop? Seems wild right? Well Microsoft have done it with their Microsoft Surface Studio. That’s basically for content creators....

Tech’s best stories for social good: 2019 in review

At its best, technology doesn’t just make society more efficient and economically competitive. It also helps make the world better. Unprecedented steps, such as Google’s 1 Billion Initiative, reflect a continuing and growing trend that links technology...

F-Secure Sense router review | TechRadar

F-Secure Sense is a one-stop wireless router which prevents access to malicious websites and other threats, blocks trackers, and includes a firewall to protect all your connected devices from incoming attacks.Bundled apps help...

Oklahoma State basketball: Non-conference review, Big 12 preview

Oklahoma State tips-off Big 12 play Saturday when they face reigning conference champs Texas Tech in Lubbock. While there is still a Big 12/SEC Challenge road game later this month at...

At a Glance: HP Omen 17 Review

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The best recent poetry – review roundup | Books

John McCullough has a reputation for crafting lyric poems of the everyday with a surreal twist. In Reckless Paper Birds (Penned in the Margins, £9.99), his third collection and shortlisted for the Costa...

Humiliation by Paulina Flores review – empathetic short stories | Books

In this impressive debut, nimbly translated by Megan McDowell, Flores explores the indignities of poverty, widespread in her native Chile. In the prize-winning titular story, a father emasculated by unemployment attends a casting...

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