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  • Apple AirPort Express makes WiFi networks easy

    Sneaking out at WWDC, the junior member of Apple's AirPort range saw some significant and much-needed improvements. Indeed, it's now a much tougher choice between the AirPort Express and the bigger, more expensive, AirPort Extreme. The first thing you'll notice is a new design. Apple has done away with the previous form factor, in favour of something resembling a white Apple TV, making the whole thing much more svelte and easier to place exactly where you need it. The biggest improvement, though, is in the most fundamental part of any Wi-Fi base station: its radio. Previously, you had to use 802.11n...

  • Sennheiser 323D 3D G4ME review

    Sennheiser has some great cans on the market - we still love its popular PC 360 headset, pricey as it is, and the PC 330 isn't too bad either unless you're a large-headed type. With an encouraging track record like that, this new 323D set can't veer too far off course, can it? After all, it's capable of 7.1 surround sound, and boasts a frequency response range well beyond the capabilities of our - or anyone's - ears. Those are higher specs than the similarly priced CM Storm Sirrus, which we liked a lot. And yet even with such an assured spec sheet, it...

  • Nokia 808 PureView — from zero to hero?

    As Nokia's Symbian hardware development comes to an end, its long awaited "Game Changer" device has finally hit the UK streets with its killer camera. Although the Nokia N8 has long held the crown of the Finnish firm's best camera phone available, the Nokia 808 PureView has arrived with its 41MP camera. The amount of hardware required to support its functionality causes the Nokia 808 PureView to weigh in at a hefty 169g - compared with the 140giPhone 4S, 133g Samsung Galaxy S3 and 130g HTC One X. As well as its weight, the Nokia 808 PureView - with its 4" AMOLED ClearBlack display - isn't exactly...