Jamboard by Google

Got a spare $6,000 lying around? If the answer is yes and you need a collaborative space to work with colleagues, the Jamboard from Google could be your next (big) expense claim. The newest addition to G Suite, Jamboard merges… Read More ›

Samsung’s Chromebook Pro

Looks like someone dropped the ball at Samsung (becoming a habit) and accidentally leaked details of the Chromebook Pro. I for one really enjoy the Chromebook experience and like the idea of the flip-style 360-degree touchscreen and pen support. engadget… Read More ›

Samsung needs to scrap the Note 7

“Sprint is working collaboratively with Samsung to better understand the most recent concerns regarding replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is also investigating the Note 7 replacement device. At this time, CPSC has not… Read More ›

The Google Pixel

I like it, I really do. The Pixel obviously looks familiar, but I guess we need to accept that design will be completely consistent over a 2-3 year period. £599 isn’t a bad price for the 32GB model and an… Read More ›

The Sony Xperia X Compact

These are simple conveniences that make a difference in the real world. Living with a phone the size of the Xperia X Compact (or iPhone SE) is a genuinely unique experience in 2016. Yes, a smaller screen isn’t as fun… Read More ›