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The new Apple iPod Touch 5th Generation lands with an excellent 16:9 screen, great looks and slick performance but how does it improve on the previous model and where does it sit with the appearance of the iPad Mini?
While the standard Kindle Fire has been lightly revised and reissued for a new lower price, the new Kindle Fire HD is Amazon’s true effort to fight off Google’s Nexus 7. But does it come out on top? Find out in our expert review!
Amazon sold a record number of Kindle Fire HD tablets just one day after the iPad mini was announced, the retailer has confirmed, leading many to believe that Apple’s iPad Mini is just too expensive.
Another complete reinvention of the iPod Nano sees a bigger touchscreen with 16:9 aspect ratio for watching video and some other great features but is it still have the wow factor of previous Apple iPod Nano’s?
Apple’s latest event gave us not 1 but 5 new products including the arrival of the iPad 4 which seems to have upset some vocal iPad 3 owners, but are they right to complain?
Nikon has revealed its replacement for the V1, in the shape of the V2 which includes “second generation Nikon 1 technology”. Here’s what you need to know about Nikon’s latest mirrorless camera, the Nikon 1 V2.
By keeping the same screen resolution as the iPad 2, the Apple iPad Mini will run iPad apps without any rescaling or black bars, and delivers more screen real estate than a typical 7″ device. Thinking of buying one? Here’s what you need to know.
The 4th generation iPad has been released to completely replace the 3rd generation, and has now been named “iPad with Retina display” but what’s different about this new new iPad?