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EE pay monthly customers can now make and receive mobile calls via their Alexa-enabled devices

EE has joined forces with Amazon to enable new and existing EE pay monthly mobile customers to make and receive calls hands-free on their Alexa devices around the home.

Two Minute Review: VariDesk Laptop 30 from Vari

It's time for our Two Minute Review of the VariDesk Laptop 30 from Vari.

Review: Capcom’s Street Fighter II Championship Cabinet from Arcade1Up

It's time to review Capcom's Street Fighter II Championship Cabinet from Arcade1up

Review: Creative Outlier Gold Wireless In-Ear Headphones

It’s time for our review of the Outlier Gold Wireless In-Ear Headphones from Creative.

Netatmo announces the availability of its Smart Alarm System with Camera

Netatmo has announced the availability of its Smart Alarm System with Camera.

Review : Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Earbuds

Here is our review of the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Earbuds.

Hive announces Radiator Valves

Hive have announced the launch of Hive Radiator Valves. You can now manage your heating room by room, all from your smartphone, so you never have to heat an empty room again.

Vodafone gets ready for 5G to go live 3rd July in the UK and more

Vodafone will switch on its 5G network for both consumers and business customers in seven cities across the UK on 3 July 2019. In...

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