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Dyson Digital Slim DC59 Animal Handstick -- Reviewed

... orking overhead as it is squeezing into tight crevices and even as a regular upright vacuum, is a testament to its versatility. Of course, to facilitate this versatility, Dyson has obviously had to comprom ...

Switched On: PixelSense without the premium

...  at around $1,699, though, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon promises to deliver much of the Surface experience at a consumer price. Unlike the original Surface, it is practical to use as a regular Window ...

Pebble smartwatch review

... able to developers, but is no longer in production. Pebble's success stems from the promise of third-party apps and the practical e-paper display, along with the marketing power of Kickstarter. Function ...

Switched On: Compromising positions

...  can run on x86 and ARM CPUs. You can even get it on hardware from Microsoft and third parties. Microsoft refers to this as creating a "no-compromise" ... Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, ...

Hot: NewWave Induction Plate Portable Cooktop

Some time ago we reviewed the Thermo Chef from NewWave. That appliance caused a mini revolution in our kitchen in the way we prepare food. Now, NewWave sent us a cooktop that promises a change in a way ...

ION Air Pro WiFi Action Camera – Reviewed

... he ladder. We waited with writing our review till the promised Android app was released but in the few months since the Ion Air Pro WiFi came out, the action camera field came alive with more models, hi ...

Interview with Synology in Taiwan

... you - and for the more seasoned contributors we have been promised some more capable products. We'll start the series with arguably the best of the current product line, the enterprise level RS3412RPx ...

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