Monday, October 18, 2021

Windows 11 review: a familiar home that’s still being renovated

Microsoft wants Windows 11 to feel familiar. While the company has attempted drastic changes to the user interface of Windows in the past and...

Raspberry Pi gets $45M to meet demand for low-cost PCs and...

Turns out COVID-19 lockdowns have been good for the indoor hobby of hardware hacking: The U.K.-based foundation behind the low-price microprocessor Raspberry Pi announced...

Apple iPad (2021) review: Another modest update

Apple says the basic iPad is its most popular tablet. And why not? Back in 2017, the company introduced its cheapest-ever iPad as a...

Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ plans include season 3 and a kids’ series

No, Netflix isn't done extracting every last drop of value from The Witcher. The streaming giant used its TUDUM event to tease a further...

Dell XPS 15 OLED review: A practically perfect 15-inch laptop

OLED makes Dell's already excellent XPS 15 even better. That's it, that's all you need to know. I've seen dozens of OLED screens over...

iPad mini review (2021): The best small tablet gets a facelift

It’s almost comical how stagnant the iPad mini has been in recent years. The 2019 version sported an upgraded processor and a slightly nicer...

iPhone 13 review: yep, bigger batteries are better

What, really, do you want out of a new phone? Assuming you’re starting with a good foundation, I think the list of what really makes...

ZTE Axon 30 review: An ‘invisible’ selfie camera comes at a...

ZTE’s family of devices is a little confusing at the moment. The Axon 30 is a direct sequel to the Axon 20, which was...

What we can learn from edtech startups’ expansion efforts in Europe

Rhys Spence Contributor Share on Twitter Rhys Spence is head of research at Brighteye Ventures, a European edtech-focused fund, where he works with portfolio...

GoPro Hero 10 Black review: A big, invisible upgrade

Almost exactly 10 years go, we reviewed the GoPro HD Hero 2. It wasn’t the first flagship camera from the company, but I’d argue...