GoCube Edge review

GoCube’s S.T.E.M. smart cube and app helped me solve a decades-old puzzle.

For forty years, I’ve been trying to solve my Rubik’s cube. In that time, the only way I’ve managed to get all the sides of the cube to match is by dismantling the whole thing. Continue reading GoCube Edge review

D-Link ANZ launches a 4G LTE USB Adapter and 4G LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot

D-Link’s DWM-222 LG LTE USB Adapter and their DWR-933 4G LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot are the type of devices that usually really come into their own when traveling in areas without decent (or reasonably affordable Wi-Fi). With flexible and home working seeming like it will be continuing for the foreseeable future, or, indeed becoming a permanent fixture of our working lives, having all our connectively eggs, as it were, in one basket, is really only for the brave. Continue reading D-Link ANZ launches a 4G LTE USB Adapter and 4G LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope PC review

Supermassive Games invites players to enjoy another tale of the macabre from their Dark Pictures Anthology.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope follows Man of Medan, the previous game in the horror series. It swaps strange goings-on in the South Pacific for the eerie abandoned town of Little Hope. Continue reading The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope PC review

Amazon 4th Gen Echo and Echo Dot review

Amazon have updated their Echo and Echo Dot smart speakers. I take a look.

Over the years I’ve gone from being a smart speaker sceptic to finding them an essential access point to my other smart devices, my music and my audio books. I’ve three kids who use Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa, as their personal talking encyclopedia. Continue reading Amazon 4th Gen Echo and Echo Dot review

Dirt 5 PC/Xbox Series X review

Codemasters’ Dirt 5 gets down and dirty with some off-road racing. This time taking the franchise in a slightly different, but understandable, direction. Continue reading Dirt 5 PC/Xbox Series X review

Night City Wire reveals more Cyberpunk 2077 details

The most anticipated gaming launch of 2020, that of Cyperpunk 2077, is almost upon us. In a year that has seen the launch of two next-gen consoles and numerous triple-A games, it is CD Projekt RED’s oft delayed futuristic role-playing game that PC, Xbox and PlayStation gamers have been most looking after. Continue reading Night City Wire reveals more Cyberpunk 2077 details

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla PC/Xbox One/Xbox Series X review

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes the historic action adventure series back to the Dark Ages, to the time of the Vikings. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Valhalla PC/Xbox One/Xbox Series X review

D-Link ANZ launches two new gigabit Wi-fi routers

D-Link ANZ has launched two new models in its line of mesh gigabit Wi-Fi Routers – the AC1750 Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh Router DIR-1750 and the AC2100 Gigabit Router DIR-2150. Continue reading D-Link ANZ launches two new gigabit Wi-fi routers

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