Dyson Airwrap review: high-tech hair styling

The quest to make curly hair straight, straight hair curly, and the in between just do something (anything) has been a constant since the ancient Egyptians started using flat iron plates to manage their unruly curls. The next big advancement in hair difference wasn’t until some Parisian guy in the 1800s started using heated rods to style hair. That started […]

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Mary Keitany, Lelisa Desisa win New York Marathon

Mary Keitany blew away the field to win the New York Marathon for a fourth time and Lelisa Desisa finished strongly to secure victory in the men’s race on Sunday. Keitany produced another masterclass of long-distance running, clocking the second-fastest time recorded in the race by a female athlete of two hours, 22 minutes and 48 seconds. The 36-year-old Kenyan, runner-up last […]

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Red Dead Redemption 2 review: a Wild West work of art

A massive, believable open world filled with some of the most detailed wildlife, wilderness and gameplay systems ever seen, Red Dead Redemption 2 is a remarkable technical achievement. But the stories told within are just as deep as the world itself, with the overall narrative of Old West criminals smattered with smaller tales that build characters and absorb the player in […]

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Red Dead Redemption 2 review PS4: Rockstar creates its realest world yet and you won't want to leave

Red Dead Redemption 2 is f**king great. Don’t worry, don’t even sweat. It’s great. It’s solid. We’ll save you scrolling down. It’s five stars. Relax. Now we’ve got that out of the way, take a ride with Digital Spy, partner, as we recount why exactly RDR2 is one of the best games of this generation. First off, this game is […]

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Google Pixel 3 review: new AI, refined hardware, still the best camera

With a refined design, hugely improved screen technology and a pile of new AI-powered features, Google has apparently worked its way down the list of complaints from last year's great-but-imperfect phones, producing a pair of brilliant devices to go with its already impeccable software and cameras. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are much refined over last year’s phones. […]

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Sphero Bolt review: educational robot more than just a Bluetooth ball

An educational toy with staying power, the new Sphero Bolt is designed to get budding programmers off to a great start. These days there's no shortage of high-tech toys designed to teach basic programming skills, but pioneer Sphero stands out from the crowd thanks to its impressive apps and broad ecosystem. While you could argue Sphero lost its way with […]

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Foxtel iQ4 review: Ultra HD broadcasts a boon for sports fans

Finally bringing live, reliable Ultra HD broadcasts into Australian lounge rooms, just in time for Bathurst, Foxtel's iQ4 personal video recorder shows the pay TV giant is on the right track. Rather than wait until the cricket starts in November, Foxtel decided to jump the gun and launch its new Ultra HD channel 444 over the weekend in time for […]

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Blue Yeti Nano review: a quality podcasting mic you can take with you

A pint-sized USB microphone that holds its head high on sound quality, the Blue Yeti Nano is aimed at podcasters and streamers looking to polish their audio on a budget. The internet lets anyone become a content creator, so if you want to stand out from the crowd then it's worth aspiring to great audio quality. Respected USB microphone maker […]

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