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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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Razer Phone review, 4 months later: Gamers’ delight

Mobile games have never looked or sounded so good.

You have to commend Razer for going against the industry trends and making some really bold design choices for its first smartphone, the Razer Phone. Okay, I guess you don’t have to commend them — but I will.

Razer calls the Razer Phone the “smartphone for gamers” and also “the ultimate smartphone for mobile entertainment”. And I know that those are marketing buzzwords but damn if it hasn’t  [Read More…]

Glow Hockey 2 gives you more of the same (review)

Does Glow Hockey 2 build on the excellent first installment in the series or fall flat? We take a look at the ultra-popular game to see how it stacks up. Read the full review here.

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Blu Vivo XL3 review

The Blu Vivo XL3 is a refresh which comes a little more than one year after its predecessor and brings about a host of tweaks. As the first in the company’s portfolio to run Android 8.0 Oreo, it’s a low cost affair for GSM users.

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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S review: A great alternative to the notch

The Mi Mix 2S runs the fastest chip available today and offers a new powerful new dual camera setup.

Xiaomi unveiled its first bezel-less phone back in 2016 with the Mi Mix, introducing a radical design that saw the front camera module moved to the bottom bar, with three sides of the display featuring ultra-thin bezels. The Chinese manufacturer refined that design with last year’s Mi Mix 2, sticking to a similar design aesthetic but decreasing the  [Read More…]

Elephone U Pro review: Absolutely gorgeous, but flawed

The Elephone U Pro does a great job replicating the Galaxy S9’s design. While the phone is beautiful to look at, it is, unfortunately, lacking in other departments.

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Zolo Liberty+ review: Could these be Android’s version of AirPods?

There are more truly wireless headphones being released, but Zolo is a newcomer that offers an intriguing option with the Liberty+. Join us as we take a look at whether these can truly compete against Apple’s AirPods.

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JYDGE review: Doling out sweet cyberpunk justice

When the future is overrun by gangs of violent cyberpunks, send in the JYDGE!

In the distant future, humanity lives in futuristic megacities like Edenbyrg, where crime is rampant and the only solution is swift, violent justice. The only solution is the JYDGE.

JYDGE was developed by 10tons, the team behind another fantastic twin-stick shooter, Neon Chrome. In it, you play JYDGE, a cybernetic enforcement officer who is sent into the most dangerous situations to take out  [Read More…]