World War Z, if you know where to look, has been around for a considerable length of time. There's the Brad Pitt film, which turned up in 2013, but the so-so movie was based on a far better book by the same name. The 2006 book was itself the sequel to the equally-excellent Zombie Survival Guide. It's taken quite a while to go from book to game.
The Bose Frames, though, have added a new category to our lives: sunglasses that double as wireless headphones. Each arm has a titchy little Bose speaker system that fires right into your ear-holes and just about nowhere else. No broadcasting your music tastes to all and sundry. How about that? There's a multi-function button that does just about everything physical you could possibly want, and a ...[Read More]
It's refreshing to see the Galaxy S10e, a handset with most of the power possessed by its peers, come in at... well, cheaper. Now those with less well-endowed bank accounts can experience top-shelf smartphone bliss.
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Once upon a time, buying an iPad just meant buying the iPad. There was one model, and nothing else on the market came close to it.
This file-sharing service might flit around at the edge of your consciousness, but Dropbox is an essential install on desktop and mobile alike.
Samsung’s latest and greatest smartphone is here at last. Well, it’s nearly here – 8 March, the Galaxy S10’s launch date, is right around the corner and you don’t want to be caught out without one. That’s why just about everyone has Samsung’s newest device family available for pre-order. If you want one on Day One, you’re going to have to reserve it.
In a Pokémon Direct stream, Nintendo announced Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, a pair of new Switch games that represent the next generation of the mainline series.