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iPad Air 10.5 and iPad Mini 7.9 now available from Vodafone UK

The new iPad Air 10.5 is now available to purchase at Vodafone UK (www.vodafone.co.uk). The new tablet is available in either Space Grey or...

Children’s educational app, Hey Duggee: The Counting Badge, wins 2019 Kidscreen Award

The educational app, Hey Duggee: The Counting Badge, has won a 2019 Kidscreen Award for ‘Best Branded Learning App’ in the ‘Digital - Preschool’ category. Hey...

CBeebies launches Go Explore app for little ones

Children can learn and discover with their favourite CBeebies characters in a new app, Go Explore, launching in app stores today on Apple, Android...

Oaxis brings Timepiece, a minimalist analogue watch with heart rate monitor to Kickstarter

Oaxis, a consumer technology company with 29 iF product design awards, has announced that Timepiece, a smart waterproof analogue dress watch with heart rate...

The NEW iPad Pro is now available from Vodafone

The new iPad Pro 11” and iPad Pro 12.9” are now available at Vodafone UK. The new iPad Pro 11” (64GB) is available from £53...

Three UK today announced it will offer iPhone XR

Three today announced it will offer iPhone XR, bringing the latest iPhone innovations to more people. Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone XR beginning...

ROLI launches Beatmaker Kit a fun new way to make music

ROLI today releases a kit that helps beat-makers of all abilities improve their skills, play with hundreds of mind-blowing sounds, and produce tracks —...

Lifeprint adds Harry Potter, Hogwarts-style motion magic to photos

Lifeprint Products Inc has teamed up with Warner Brothers Consumer Products to launch the Harry Potter Magic Photo and Video Printer available for Pre-Order...

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Gelly Break Review

A common misconception is that the length of a game tells you the quality of said title. While some say unlimited play of a...

Review: Partisans 1941

The war genera is one of the most heavily delved upon topics in the video game medium, with World War II in particular being adapted to the video game format more times than I can count.

Review: Skul: The Hero Slayer

You play as Skul, the titular hero and meager skeleton, who would be nothing more than a forgettable enemy in most games. Here, though, Skul has been refashioned into a proper hero replete with magical abilities and enchanted items. And revenge against the usual protagonists feels so good.

Review: Ash of Gods: Redemption

A familiar tactical RPG where you must take on the Reaping and survive.

Review: Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker

Here is our review of the Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker.

Review: Project Starship X

A fast-paced and hectic bullet hell game awaits anyone who takes on this retro sequel.