LG’s oddly named smartphone is here, and we have our full review of the new hardware and AI-powered software.
Mobiistar, as of now, looks like another fresh face trying to compete in the over-crowded Indian budget smartphone market. They have launched two new affordable phones in India, and the XQ Dual is their best bet.
The Neato Botvac Connected is a truly brilliant robot vacuum cleaner – the only problem is that the D7 connected exists.
The new sensor, dual processing engines and top-end AF and metering systems combine to make the Canon EOS 7D Mark II a superb camera.
This pad slips under your mattress to track your sleep seamlessly, but is the Nokia Sleep worth it?
This compact Android box barely puts a foot wrong – just make sure you buy the right model.
Sony is out to make its second OLED generation more accessible via a more ‘mainstream’ design.
Samsung’s immense 49-inch C49J89 monitor comes with an incredibly wide 32:9 aspect ratio, but is it just a gimmick?
Canon’s artificially intelligent flashgun sports a head that physically moves around automatically under its own power.
The Vu 55SU138 is one fine piece of technology, which doesn’t have the looks to impress you at first glance, but does everything that you expect from a smart TV at Rs 49,999.
HTC is still knocking out impressive smartphones, and the U12 Plus has a great design with strong audio quality.
The Nokia 7 Plus offers high-end features without the price, but some concessions have been made.