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A group of Israeli Facebook developers have managed to get Doom working on the Apple Watch and the Apple TV.
The Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL both come with a triple LED flash - if the latest leaked pictures are to be believed.
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In response to critics, Musk has come out to confirm the Model X can filter viruses, big or small.
Apple's latest reported buy, UK-based Vocal IQ, specializes in virtual assistant and speech tech.
Just a few months after Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, Apple updates its own desktop operating system.
It's the newest Android tablet from Samsung, but is it the best? Our review takes on the iPad challenger.
LG V10 has a second screen and dual front cameras, but is there twice as much reason to check out this Android phone?
Silent Circle's latest Blackphone is a sleek and secure offering, but will it be outdone by BlackBerry's Priv?
This new Chromecast for 2015 is already here, and we've tried streaming this video dongle.
UpdatedGoogle's Nexus 5X is the one-handed device that's clutch in all the ways you can imagine.
UpdatedIn addition to two Nvidia GTX 970M GPUs, the beastly Aorus X7 Pro-SYNC now comes with Nvidia's G-Sync frame smoothing tech.
Sonos has rebooted its flagship speaker system, re-imagining the device from the ground up. Is it the company's soundest move yet?
UpdatedThe iPhone 6S is precisely the phone we expected – same chassis, big upgrades inside. But are they really enough?
Car Tech WeekIn the age of apps and smartphones a sat nav needs to tick all the boxes and then some. So how does TomTom's latest stack up?
UpdatedIt'll annoy developers, but the upgraded VR headset is definitely an improvement from Samsung.
The Sony MP-CL1 is your next projector. It produces a clear image, it has decent battery life and it's as small as your wallet.
Dell's 15-inch convertible looks 100% the part of a dependable 2-in-1 laptop, but its size makes tablet mode unwieldy.
The Radeon R9 Nano might represent a hell of a feat of graphics card engineering, but is it a worthwhile purchase?
UpdatedHere's our full and considered opinion of Microsoft's freshly unleashed Office 2016 suite, as well as Office Mobile and Office 2016 for Mac.
UpdatedMicrosoft's popular cloud-based office business suite keeps adding significant strings to its bow as time marches on.
UpdatedIf you're in the market for a phablet, Samsung's combined brilliant design with insanely powerful engine.
Everything you need to know about performing a clean installation of Apple's latest operating system.
The terminal has a host of handy tricks that will save you time and make your life easier. We introduce a few of the most useful techniques.
Out of the hundreds of terminal commands available, we summarise some of the most useful for file handling, text handling and networking.
Archiving involves many mysteries such as zips and tarballs, but we're here to explain all and reveal why Tar is a better option.
New to Linux? Let us guide you through your first steps with apt-get, the powerful command line tool.