Thursday, May 23, 2019

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Nokia 3.1 review – Everything But The Power

While there is nothing wrong with giving budget users a premium look and feel über alles, a little more under hood might be preferred sometimes. Nokia 3.1 can need more attention than other budget phones to really get the best from it.

Commodores to Go Back on Tour – C64 Mini Date Confirmed

The Commodore 64 was one of the longest available computers ever so it was natural that it got the "remaster" treatment.

Sony Mobile on Xperia 1: “The Content Caught Up – The...

Sony Xperia 1 brings 4K back with a 21:9 OLED panel that aims to resonate with the public's love of streaming movies/TV on the go and the increasingly complexity and depth of mobile gaming.

Decentralising Graphical Fidelity – an interview with Playkey CEO, Egor Gurjev

For many, owning a low-end PC or a three-year old laptop is a strange torture. Here you are with a gig a VRAM and...

What is the Ataribox?

Maybe I've been staring at a computer screen too long dreaming of a Blade Runneresque, dystopian future or maybe the Ataribox is a VR/wearable...

Nintendo to launch stand alone Switch dock in Europe

Nintendo has confirmed in a tweet that they will be launching a standalone Switch dock in Ireland this June.It has been on sale in...

The 404 Tech Event Opens Its Doors this Weekend – Here’s...

It's just a few more days until 404, Dublin's new major tech event will be taking place. The event will bring together over 1,000 technology...

Microsoft IntelliMouse Classic review – Versatile, Hard-Wearing, Iconic

You should consider the IntelliMouse Classic next time you need a mouse. Consider its 5+wheel button layout and how only three keys can be customised, if these aren't a big deal - buy it.

Razer Launches Updated Quad Core Blade Stealth Laptop

Razer has announced that they are releasing an updated version of their brand new Quad core stealth Laptop along with a Core V2 external...

Sony Xperia XZ3 review – Display of Intent

Sony's first OLED is a thing of beauty, even with the fairly pointless curvature. New addition 'Side-sense' echoes HTC U11's ancillary input but it's a more comprehensive use of the method. Refinements to Sony's Xperia launcher have slowly brought to a fantastic Android skin. The best Xperia flagship to date - even without a 3.5mm jack.

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