Alcatel's 2-in1 laptop tablet is essentially a cheap, big, Intel-powered phone that runs Windows. Is it any good?
Samsung has finally made a genuinely great, all-round TV. Is it even a better buy than LG's all-conquering OLED?
Let’s face it, where we last left Kratos he had become a parody of the original vision, a meme for anger and a sense of ridiculousness by the end of a trilogy of main-line games. Kratos had pretty much destroyed the entire pantheon of Greek mythology in an unabashed revenge orgy. This reboot of God of War is entirely different.
A bid by US-based Valve Corporation to obtain special leave to appeal against a Federal Court decision imposing a $3 million penalty on it for violating Australian Consumer Law has been thrown out by the High Court.
HP has had a lot of practice over the years with its x360 range of notebooks and ultrabooks that can swivel the screen all the way back to make a tablet, and its latest 1020 G2 model is a very smooth and evolved example.
Gigabyte's Aero 15 has been impressing the world for some time now. It's a noteable notebook in that it's a relatively thin, portable machine that is designed to fit into an executive office while simultaneously being able to play the latest games.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall - who’s the smartest mirror of them all? It can only be the Embrace Android-powered smart mirror.
To serve this modern world with a rapid proliferation of connected devices and a rich variety of networking opportunities, NETSCOUT has a new smart network tester, the LinkRunner G2. iTWire tested it out.
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