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Review of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is this the phone of the Year?

Back in October in London, UK, Huawei announced the Huawei Mate 20 Series that launched the Huawei Mate 20 Pro flagship smartphone, now with...

Huawei announces the Mate 20 serie of phones in London

Huawei has just announced the Huawei's Mate 20 series at a massive event in London today. To introduce its second flagship smartphones for the...

Sennheiser Ambeo new smart headset out now in Black

Apogee and Sennheiser have announced the co-developed Sennheiser AMBEO SMART HEADSET is now available at Apple.com/uk and Apple Stores in Europe. Perfect for capturing...

Amazon announces that the Echo/Echo Dot are coming to the UK/Germany

Today Amazon has announced that the Echo and Echo Dot are at last coming to the UK and Germany, also its been revealed both...

Review of the WD Black 4 TB Desktop Hard Drive

With storage requirements becoming bigger and bigger all the time, WD have a 4 TB drive in their Black range, and here is our review.

BlackBerry Z10 to Come only in Black at Launch, White Edition to Two Weeks Later

RIM's BlackBerry Z10 will only debut in Black first, those looking for a white tinted fruity smartphone will apparently have to wait until 15th February...

WD announces the Black 4 TB Hard Drive

Western Digital yesterday announced its highest performance, highest capacity desktop hard drive, the WD Black 4 TB, 3.5-inch, 7200 RPM drive. Shipping immediately, the fast performance and ultimate capacity of the award-winning WD Black drives make them perfect for gaming, high-performance desktop systems and workstations.

Xtreamer firmware version 3.5 for Xtreamer Prodigy, Prodigy Silver, Prodigy Black released

Xtreamer has released firmware version 3.5 for its Xtreamer Prodigy, Prodigy Silver, Prodigy Black devices.

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