Review

Taxidermy, an aerial dance display, and 80s pop

Face-painting, crafting jungle crowns and eating bugs: all things relished by seven-year-olds monkeying around. And apparently, with the right setting, fully grown adults too. The raging success of the most recent Museum Late at the National Museum...

Reflecting on a month with the Asus Chromebit

I have never hidden my love for Chrome OS. In fact, early on in my budding journalistic ‘career’ I wrote a piece that suggested that Chromebooks should be the weapon of choice for around 80 per cent of students. For the most part, they combine a...


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Moto X Play: A marvel of the mid-range

I’ve always had a soft spot for Motorola. Despite its problems, the first generation Moto G was the phone which convinced me to switch from iOS to Android. Before then I viewed Android as the personification of the devil, wrapped in a laggy and...

Fallout 4 Review: Some things never change

Fallout 4 is a huge game. It is nigh on impossible to really sum it up in one small article, but its scale is one of the game’s strongest selling  points. The world of Fallout 4 is so vast, so detailed, and so engaging that it swallows up your...

Moto X Pure: Redefining the Flagship

Sitting down to write this review after having spent just under two weeks with this phone, a weird tautology becomes apparent: this phone is both unremarkable and truly standout. This is a phone that, through the release of handsets like the 6P and...

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