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Choosing the right earphones can be nothing short of a chore. With the huge range of earphones available, the average consumer can get easily confused. The fact that well known companies don’t make the best headphones or earphones doesn’t help either. It’s natural to trust these brands
Blizzcon 2014 brought with it some pretty big surprises, the biggest of which was the announcement of Overwatch, Blizzard’s first new franchise in 20 long years! Amid the Warcraft movie details and Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void going solo, Overwatch came as a breath of fresh
If you’re looking for an affordable smartphone to buy this holiday season and aren’t too keen on a Windows Phone, look no further than the Android One range. Android may be the most popular mobile phone operating system on the planet, but suffers from the problem of fragmentation.
The Xbox 360 may have outsold the PlayStation 3 in the seventh generation console wars, but in the eighth one, the PlayStation 4 is handily beating its competitor from Redmond, the Xbox One. In fact, the PlayStation 4 is outselling the Xbox One by almost 2:1 worldwide. It’s
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