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Apple's latest flagship smartphone, the iPhone X (or iPhone 10) is pretty expensive, at £999 in the UK, it is quite the investment to make and so it's likely that you are going to be looking for some opinions before you make that step. Thankfully, a number of reviews have been posted online to provide a look at this new iPhone X, providing you w...
According to rumours, OnePlus will be launching a brand new smartphone next month that is said to be called the OnePlus 5T. It is claimed that this device will take over from the OnePlus 5 that they launched earlier this year, with a new edge-to-edge display that is sized at 5-inches and features a Full HD+ resolution of 2,160 x 1,080. Rumour...
Today Microsoft has released a brand new version of their Skype app for desktops, which is now available for a range of desktop platforms with a range of new features that you should definitely be happy with. One of the first things that you will notice with the new version of the app is the design. It features the same design as the mobile v...
At the CitizenCon 2947 event this week, Roberts Space Industries, the developers of the crowdfunded game Star Citizen that provide a range of new details about the worlds that you would be exploring and the action that you will make in those spaces. These details were revealed during Chris Roberts' keynote during the CitizenCon 2947 keynote, dur...
Destiny 2 is already getting rather low on content for a lot of people, the raid is completed, strikes have been replayed and a lot of people already have 3 characters at the max level, so we are sure that a lot of you might be interested in some new content for the game. If you are looking for some new content then you will be happy to know tha...
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