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Edge Extensions Shop and Gaming Tweaks Come to Windows 10 Preview Users

The latest version of Windows 10 is now rolling out to those signed up to Microsoft's preview scheme, with the thrillingly named  Windows 10 PC Insider Preview build 14342 featuring numerous tweaks -- most notably a version of the Edge browser that's now compatible with extensions installed direct from the Windows Store. Read More >>

Android N Dev Preview 2 Arrives With Posh New 3D Rendering Tools

Google has released its latest mobile work in progress, with the Android N Developer Preview 2 available for people who own spare phones they like to hack about with for fun. Read More >>

Amazon Kindle Oasis Hands-On: The Thinnest, Lightest, Weirdest Kindle Yet

The Amazon Kindle Oasis is unlike any eReader I’ve seen before. The new top-of-the-line premium reading gadget from Amazon (with a price tag to match) eschews the regular slate-like format for a super-slim asymmetrical design that’s so light it feels like you’re barely holding anything at all. Going up for pre-order today (ahead of a late April release) bundled with a unique charging case for a wallet-whipping £269.99, I had a brief fumble with the Oasis, and it’s left me truly intrigued. Read More >>

Use Preview on a Mac to Add Your Signature to Emails and Documents

If you have a Mac, you have Preview. But you might not know this helpful little utility can store digital signatures for you – signatures that can then be appended to PDFs, Pages documents and Mail messages. Here’s how to set up your signatures and add them to to your digital files. Read More >>

The Best Hidden Changes in iOS 9, in GIFs

The latest version of Apple’s mobile OS launched to much fanfare and showy new features. Side-by-side multitasking! A creepily efficient digital assistant! But the longer I use iOS 9, the more I’m noticing the tiny changes that make everything just a little bit better. Read More >>

Dolby Atmos for Mobile Ears-On: Can You Really Get Immersive Surround Sound from Regular Headphones?

While mobile screen resolution races from one breakthrough to the next, smartphone and tablet audio has been somewhat left behind. Though some, like Neil Young with his Pono and Sony's recent high-resolution audio push, have looked to address this when it comes to music, Dolby is one of the few companies that's looking to work bringing solid audio to mobile movie viewing. Read More >>

LG G Flex 2: The Curved Smartphone That Made Me a Believer

Curved. Adjective: A sure indicator that a phone is designed around a gimmick. Sample sentence: "Hey, I bought a curved phone yesterday," said the dumb gadget enthusiast. At least, that's how it's been for the past couple years. LG's new G Flex 2 redefines the word. Read More >>

Sony 4K Action Cam X100V Hands-On: Giving GoPro a Run for the Money

It's been a hard fight for Sony and everyone else who is trying to get a slice of that action camera pie GoPro is so effectively hogging. Sony has had some solid cams that offered best-in-class audio, but they've always fallen just a bit short beating GoPro on image quality and ease of use. Read More >>

Tesco Hudl 2 Hands On: Mums and Dads are Going to Love This

Tesco's first Hudl was the ideal second tablet. Affordable at £119 (and ridiculously cheap at £60 if you took advantage of a Tesco Clubcard offer) it held its own with far pricier Android tablets, without being too obnoxious when it came to pushing Tesco's own services. The Hudl 2 carries on in this tradition, managing to up the specs for only a minimal increase in price. Read More >>

LG G Watch R Hands On: Smartwatches Come Full Circle

Love is a fickle thing. When the Moto 360 was revealed alongside the launch of the Android Wear OS, its circular face made it stand out from Samsung and LG's first wearable attempts. But in the initial rush of excitement around the Moto 360, the fact that a lower section of its screen was permanently turned off passed many by. Like catching your sweaty parents having sex, once seen it can't be unseen, burning into that space behind your retinas, with the Moto 360 now appearing like a flat tire. LG's G Watch R, with its fully circular display, is ready to claim your affections in its place. Read More >>

Check Out the Original Galaxy Gear Running Tizen OS

We found out way back in February that Samsung's Galaxy Gear 2 Smartwatch would be ditching Android in favour of open source OS Tizen. Well, the folks at SamMobile have a video showing off the new OS on three Galaxy Gear Smartwatches, one first gen and two second gen. Read More >>

Nokia Lumia 930 Hands-On: An Icon by Any Other Name

If you've had your eye on Nokia's Icon and were miffed to find that its Verizon network exclusivity would forever keep it from UK shores, breathe easy -- Nokia's new Lumia flagship, the Nokia Lumia 930 smartphone, is essentially the same phone. Read More >>

Cosmos Preview: The Universe Gets a Much-Needed Reboot

When we found out that Seth MacFarlane—a man known more for fart jokes than a passion for science—was behind the reboot of Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, we were understandably a little concerned. Fortunately, we were also totally wrong. If the first episode is any indicator, with Neil deGrasse Tyson at the reigns, the followup to Carl Sagan's otherworldly masterpiece is in very capable hands. Read More >>

Here’s How to Install Windows 8.1 Preview In the UK

It seems a load of UK users are getting errors and being blocked from installing Microsoft's Windows 8.1 preview. It's something to do with the language version we install in the UK compared to our cousins in the US. Thankfully there's a work-around. Follow this to trick Windows 8.1 preview into installing. Read More >>

Rockstar’s Got Four Months to Polish GTA V Into Something Actually Worth Playing

GTA V is still some months away, but Rockstar gave a select band of game journos some hands on time with a pre-release build. Judging by the new screenshots and previews, GTA V could be truly epic, but it needs some serious polish first. Read More >>