Tesco takes a huge step forward with its latest budget tablet, offering an attractive new design and a larger, Full HD screen for just £99
Acer’s attempt to redefine the desktop PC is an attractive, surprisingly flexible box of tricks
The Huawei P8 takes the Chinese smartphone manufacturer up a level, but can it really challenge Samsung, HTC and Apple?
Samsung abandons plastic for the Galaxy S6, and the result is a stunningly pretty and powerful smartphone
The Amazon Fire TV Stick takes the fight to Google Chromecast and comes out swinging
The Nexus 6 is Google's most expensive smartphone to date, but is it worth the extra expense? Read our Nexus 6 review to find out
HTC brings its flagship smartphone up to date, but it's not a huge leap forward
Microsoft's new budget smartphones include free Office 365 subscription and start at under £100
Easy to fly and technologically advanced: remote-controlled flight doesn’t get easier than this
Simple, effective, and superb value, this is how smart TV should be done
Motorola does it again with a top value phone and now it has 4G
Brilliant value, better performance – the Raspberry Pi 2 is
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is a gorgeous smartphone, but you pay a lot for those curved edges
The Nexus Player aims to build on the success of the Chromecast streaming stick, by adding standalone streaming and games
The thin, light and powerful iPad Air 2 is the best tablet out there
Apple's latest iPhone is bigger but still compact enough to be manageable. Here's our iPhone 6 review
The HTC-made Nexus 9 wants a slice of the iPad Air 2 and Xperia Z4's pie, but is it up to the job?
Sony squeezes the internals of a high-end phone into a compact, waterproof chassis, that doesn't cost the earth
The Desire 500 has a similar front-end to the HTC One (M8) and a good camera, but battery life and performance are both poor
Microsoft's first public release of Office 2016 sees only a small handful updates, but with the promise of more to come
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