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Google Home 2: what we want to see

Google Home 2… the smart speaker that’s yet to be announced, but is certainly on the horizon. Google have rapidly expanded its range of smart home products from its initial Google Home offering, with both the cost-effective alternative Google Home Mini and more audio-focused Google Home Max. In some ways ... Read More »

Google Home Mini 2: What we want to see

Right now, the Google Home Mini is the cheapest way to buy into Google’s smart home ecosystem while still having full use of its pioneering Assistant at under $50 (£49 / AU$79), and its enjoyed largely positive reviews – except for the sound quality, which seems to have suffered as ... Read More »

HP Chromebook x360 14 is a slim 2-in-1 with a premium design

HP has unveiled a new 2-in-1 that the company boasts is the thinnest convertible Chromebook it has ever produced. The Chromebook x360 14 has a 360-degree hinge that offers the usual four hybrid positions – laptop, tablet, tent and stand modes, as illustrated above – with premium design touches including ... Read More »

Inboard’s smart new e-scooter is really going places

Scooters have been around for yonks but, a bit like cars, they’re going electric and California-based Inboard Technology is bringing what it thinks is the world’s most advanced electric scooter to the party. Inboard has been designing and building skateboards and scooters for a couple of years, so it’s already ... Read More »

Canon rumored to have two new EOS M models on the way

Despite having launched an all-new mirrorless system with the full-frame EOS R, Canon reportedly plans to continue developing its existing EOS M mirrorless series, with new cameras on the way next year. Canonrumors reports that "at least" two further models in the line are set to arrive in 2019. Canon ... Read More »

The reasons why you should audit your website

Everyone knows a person who has a car but refuses to ever look at the engine oil or even the water levels.  Deep down they know at some point their vehicle will go wrong, probably from something minor that was left to fester, but they prefer to live in perpetual ... Read More »

Your next car might come with Android embedded

Drivers of Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi vehicles could be looking forward to an altogether more connected future thanks to a new partnership with Google. The three brands, which already make up one giant so-called automotive Alliance, plan to develop increasingly powerful infotainment systems by embedding the Android operating system in ... Read More »

What is cryptography?

Whether for secure communication, or for private storage of data, there are occasions when individuals and organizations have a need to make their data unreadable to general users.  The technology that makes this possible is known as cryptography, which comes from the Ancient Greek words, kryptos, that translates to “secret ... Read More »

Surface Studio 2 vs Surface Studio: is it time to upgrade?

The original Surface Studio set a new gold standard for desktop computers when it launched shy of two years ago and now the Surface Studio 2 looks to eclipse it with better hardware in every way.  With an updated processor, graphics card and brighter screen, Microsoft’s new desktop might look ... Read More »