REVIEW: Ultimate Ears Boom Bluetooth speaker

An attractive and deafeningly loud Bluetooth speaker with waterproof credentials, the Ultimate Ears Boom is a neat speaker. But can it justify its high cost? Read our full review to find out!

REVIEW: Finis Neptune SwiMP3 player

This latest generation underwater MP3 player is Finis' first to feature a separate component housing the electronics. Will having to strap this to your goggles in addition to the two ear-pieces make it much more difficult to use? Read our full review to find out!

HANDS-ON REVIEW: BT HomeHub 4 dual-band router

The BT HomeHub 4 is BT's latest home broadband router, a significant redesign of the workhorse that was the HomeHub 3, adding a new slim design to the series and bringing dual-band connectivity to the table. And though BT have…

REVIEW: Archos 80 Titanium Android tablet

Borrowing from the best when it comes to design, the Archos 80 Titanium is a dead-ringer for a shrunken iPad 4. Looking to take on the iPad Mini and next-gen Nexus 7, can this Android slate's performance match its good looks? Read our full review to find out!

REVIEW: Blue Microphones Spark Digital

Blue Microphone's first desktop mic to support iOS devices out of the box, the Spark Digital is an ace bit of recording kit. Read our review for the full low down.

REVIEW: Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones

Shrinking down their impressive Momentum over-ear headphones and adding a splash of colour, have Sennheiser done enough to claw back customers from the beastly brawn of the Beats brand? Read our full review to find out!

REVIEW: Company of Heroes 2 (PC)

The sequel to one of the most revered strategy titles of modern times, Company of Heroes 2 takes on the challenge of depicting World War II's harrowing Eastern front. But can it's wealth of new systems deliver an experience both fun and historically accurate? Read our full review to find out!

REVIEW: MacBook Air 11-inch (2013)

The best just got better, as Apple's MacBook Air notebook gets updated with the latest Intel processors, double the storage and double the battery life. But is the low-resolution screen now dragging the package down? Read our full review to find out!