samsung
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Could Be the iPad Pro Alternative Android Fans Have Been Waiting For

Last year I really enjoyed the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. It doubled as both a simple media consumption gadget and a mobile productivity machine. And with the imminent arrival of iPad OS, it feels like premium tablets have matured to a point where they can frequently replace a traditional laptop. However, the Tab S4's outdated processor combined with a £600 price tag made it difficult to fully embrace, but on the new Galaxy Tab S6, Samsung has updated the guts on its top-spec tablet and crammed in a handful of new features – all while keeping its starting price the same. And after spending a short time checking out the Galaxy Tab S6 ahead of its September 6th release, it’s starting to look like Android fans finally have a worthy alternative to the iPad Pro. Read More >>

phones
The Moto Z4’s Biggest Upgrade is Surprisingly Retro

By almost all accounts, 2018 was a pretty good year for Motorola and its parent company Lenovo. Total revenue hit $51 billion (up 12.5 per cent Year over Year), while Motorola itself returned to profitability in the second half of 2018. And with the Moto Z4, Motorola is hoping to continue that success with a device that offers higher-end features – including a headphone jack and Moto Mods, but with a more affordable price tag. Read More >>

dell
The New XPS 13 2-in-1 Comes Tantalisingly Close to Overshadowing the Original

When it comes to laptops, I’m a big advocate of 2-in-1s like Lenovo’s Yoga C930 and Microsoft’s Surface Go because their flexible designs let you use them in situations a traditional notebook might not be able to handle. However, to deliver that kind of adaptability, sometimes 2-in-1 makers have to include trade-offs 2-in-1 such as higher prices or weaker specs. Read More >>

smartphones
The Camera-Packed Honor 20 Pro Could Be the First Gadget Casualty of the US-China Trade War

Earlier this year, Honor followed Samsung’s footsteps and quickly jumped on the hole punch selfie cam trend with the Honor View 20. And now, Honor has returned to refine that design with a new phone sporting what the company is calling a holographic glass back and even more cameras. But as slick as it looks, the shiny new Honor 20 Pro feels like it’s about to get lost amidst all the troubles surrounding Honor’s parent company Huawei. Read More >>

lenovo
Forget Foldable Phones, Lenovo’s Prototype Bendy Screen Laptop Looks Brilliant

We’ve already seen the arrival of flexible phones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, and while the excitement around these gadgets may have been dulled somewhat by concerns about durability, that isn’t stopping Lenovo from taking bendy screen tech and applying it to something bigger. Read More >>

laptops
Asus Basically Overhauled Its Entire Gaming Laptop Lineup With Faster Everything

Anytime a new wave of components hits the market, computer makers (and gamers) start counting down the days until they can put those parts in actual systems. So to coincide with the launch of new processors from Intel, new graphics cards from Nvidia, and new availability of some AMD chips, Asus practically revamped almost every gaming laptop it makes. Read More >>

razer
Razer’s Big Laptops Have Even More Game to Give

Just a few months ago, Razer refreshed its baby 13-inch Blade Stealth with a new design, updated specs, and a lovely pink colourway. Now, it’s the big boys’ turn for new improvements which include updated components for both Blade and Blade Pro, and an all-new chassis for its 17-inch flagship. Read More >>

hands on
Huawei P30 and P30 Pro Hands-On Review: So. Many. Cameras.

There have been a lot of leaks on the road to the Huawei P30 launch, including one by Huawei itself. But today we've finally officially seen what the P30 and Pro have to offer us, and it is exciting. Read More >>

Xiaomi
Xiaomi’s Mi 9 is a Promising Mid-Range Tease

Since becoming one of China’s most popular smartphone brands, Xiaomi has slowly been gaining steam globally, claiming the top spot in India while also expanding into the Middle East and Europe. Read More >>

sphero
This Modular Sphero Bot is a Big Step Toward More Customisable Robotics

You probably know Sphero best for licensed toys like the super-cute-but-now defunct BB-8 and other licensed bots. But its latest robot, the RVR (pronounced Rover) pushes forward with the company’s renewed focus on STEAM friendly robots, by adding a modular robot that can keep up with more advanced coders. Read More >>

cameras
Canon’s EOS RP Is the More Affordable Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera We’ve Been Waiting For

When Canon announced its first full-frame mirrorless camera in the EOS R, there was a lot of excitement. But just making one camera was a bit of a head-scratcher when everyone else was releasing two at a time. Nikon released two versions of its mirrorless platform in the Z6 and Z7, and so did Panasonic with the Lumix S1 and S1R. On top of that, the EOS R doesn’t quite have the specs, resolution, or video chops to really satisfy pros, while its £2,300 (body only) price tag makes it a tough sell to newbs or amateurs looking to upgrade. But with the introduction of the new 26.2-MP EOS RP, Canon’s full-frame mirrorless master plan is starting to make a lot of sense. Read More >>

cameras
Panasonic’s First Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras Are Big Expensive Beasts

First, it was the Nikon Z7, then came the Canon EOS-R, and now Panasonic is officially joining the ranks of full-frame mirrorless camera makers with its brand new Lumix S cameras. Read More >>

phones
CES 2019: Alcatel’s Refreshed 1X Is Going Big For a Cheap Phone

It wasn’t too long ago that any phone priced around £100 would be a complete joke. And while Alcatel’s most recent attempt at making a phone that cheap still had some hiccups, the next version of the budget-friendly 1X looks like it’s taking some big steps to fix its mistakes. Read More >>

laptops
CES 2019: Huawei Is Going Hard at the MacBook Air With Its New MateBook 13

Huawei has only been in the laptop game for a few years now, but following up on the success of systems like the MateBook X Pro, Huawei is expanding its notebook portfolio with the new MateBook 13. Read More >>

laptops
CES 2019: The Asus ROG Mothership is an Overpowered Surface for Gamers

When I heard Asus was bringing a laptop called the Mothership to CES 2019, I knew I had to see it. Actually, calling it a laptop doesn’t quite do this thing justice, because it’s one part 2-in-1, it’s one part gaming machine, it’s loaded up with more RGB lights than a UFO, and I absolutely love it. Read More >>