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Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV review: Two months on, the best budget TV you can buy today

Xiaomi’s 55-inch Mi TV 4 offers a fantastic 4K HDR panel for the asking price.

For years now, Xiaomi fans in India have been clamoring for the Mi TV to make its debut in the country. Xiaomi finally introduced its TV range back in February starting with the 55-inch Mi TV 4, rebranded as the Mi LED Smart TV for the Indian market.

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LEGO DC Mighty Micros lacks depth and purpose (review)

Geared toward young gamers, LEGO DC Mighty Micros pits hero versus villain in a racing-type adventure throughout different city locations. Not the most riveting experience, but kids should find unlocking their favorite characters interesting enough for a play-through.

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Nokia 1 review: Android Go has a lot of potential

HMD’s most affordable Android phone to date has plenty to offer.

HMD Global set its sights on the budget segment last year, and heading into 2018 the Finnish manufacturer is doubling down with phones targeted at all price points. The Nokia 1 is particularly interesting as it is the first Android Go device from the manufacturer, with the phone featuring Google’s lightweight operating system optimized for low-powered hardware.

The Nokia 1 retails for under $ 100, and  [Read More…]

Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus review

Does a tablet really matter in 2018? We say yes, it does. As to how much they’re worth to you depends on your needs. Take a look at our review of the wallet-friendly and LTE-ready Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus.

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Yolla aims to help users make international voice calls on the cheap [Review]

Are you getting killed with international voice call rates? You might want to consider Yolla. The company offers competitive rates and great customer service. Click here for our full review.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 second opinion review: A battery short of perfection

Samsung once again nails the one-size-fits-all flagship, but mediocre battery life holds it back from an A+.

There’s rarely a more consumer-facing phone than the latest Samsung flagship. Say what you will about the Pixel 2 having cleaner software or the LG V30 being better for filmmaking, but the fact is that the Galaxy S9 is the phone plastered on every billboard, every web ad, and every subway station. For the vast majority of consumers, it’s the  [Read More…]

Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

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Meater review: A wireless smart thermometer for the next-gen kitchen

The Meater takes the guesswork out of grilling and preparing various types of meat. The Bluetooth unit walks you through cooking steak, chicken, and other foods, making sure you cook it precisely the way your family and guests like it.

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Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact review: The new standard for small

Tiny. Mighty.

I love being surprised by tech. After doing this job for nearly 10 years, that’s getting harder and harder to achieve, so when it happens I savor and nourish that feeling.

The Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact surprised me. I’ve admittedly always been a fan of the diminutive form factor and pleased that Sony, a company whose smartphone has struggled over the past few generations, has maintained its cadence along with larger Xperia kin. This time  [Read More…]

It’s a Space Thing charmingly recreates arcade shooter (review)

Do you have fond memories of space games in the 80s? The chaotic experience of blasting away at spacecraft and alien beings? It’s a Space Thing exists as a link back to your earliest foray into arcade gaming and executes a near flawless representation.

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