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Buying earphones is a right minefield. You start out your music-listening career with whatever came with your player of choice, then graduate to something a bit more noise-cancelly, then you start buying buds that cost around £30-£60. Then these inevitably break so you buy a similar pair and so on and so forth until, at some point, you ask yourself if, this time, it’d worth spending a serious amount of cash on their replacement.

Well, is it? I’ve been using the £199 Atomic Floyd SuperDarts + Remote to try and find out. Read more

We love iPhone apps but the iTunes App Store reviews? Not so much. So thank the Jobs for the new Tumblr site I Give You No Stars. The site reviews iTunes App Store reviews revealing their frequent dumb-headedness. Our favourite so far? The deconstruction of this Doodle Jump review: “Four stars – It’s a good game but I think they should add one of these: 1. Dinosaur Theme 2. Robot Theme 3. Pacasso [sic] Theme.”

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Dyson Air Multiplier AM03 Pedestal Fan review

As you’ll see from our original Dyson Air Multiplier review, we were blown away (sorry) by the British designers’ first face-cooler. Now, its second version has wafted into the Electricpig office.

Is it another triumph over turbulence, or is the floor-standing behemoth of breeze a load of hot air?

More to the point, how many more of these wind gags can we squeeze in before you start complaining? Read our full Dyson Air Multiplier AM03 review to find out!
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Motorola Milestone XT720 review: camera

Cameras and phones go to together like cheese and crackers. But it’s pretty rare these days to find a snapper of truly great vintage. The Motorola Milestone XT720, however, really does deliver. This is a camera that’ll make you want to kiss goodbye to your compact for good. Want to know why? Read our Motorola Milestone XT720 review: camera and we’ll reveal all.

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Motorola Milestone XT720 review: Design and build

The first Motorola Milestone was never going to win any awards for its rather fulsome design and its sad to say the Motorola Milestone XT720 falls into the same category. That’s not to say it doesn’t have any winning points, just that you’ll need plenty of room to stash this slab of Android magic. Read our Motorola Milestone XT720 review: design and build and we’ll tell you just what’s what when it comes to this blowers looks.

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Motorola Milestone XT720 review: overall verdict

Motorola’s original Milestone helped the ailing mobile powerhouse clamber back to the top tech table, thanks to its at-the-time bleeding edge Android software and slew of incendiary features. Now its QWERTY-free successor, the Motorola Milestone XT720 is here. Can it hold its own against a string of other top notch Google Android cells? And does it have the same clout as its older sibling? Read our Motorola Milestone XT720 review now and we’ll give you the definitive lowdown.
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New Xbox 360 review

The New Xbox 360 couldn’t come soon enough. Our ageing Xbox 360 Elite had begun to look like a tech antiquity next to the latest Freeview HD boxes, media streamers and Blu-ray players, but despite sounding like a hovering harrier jump jet, as suffering more red rings than a diuretic monkey, we loved Microsoft’s console. And the new version? It’s kicked off our romance all over again. Read our new Xbox 360 review to see how smitten we’ve become.

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