Still have some last-minute Christmas shopping to do? These science books will make perfect presents.
Fancy finding a tablet in your Christmas stocking? Joe Minihane checks out your options.
Stuck for present ideas this Christmas? We round up the best science books for children.
Looking for a lightweight camera with all the technological chops of a DSLR? Focus editor Graham Southorn tests out the Samsung NX30 on a holiday to Yellowstone National Park.
It's summer, so fire up the barbie and pump up the volume! But which wireless speaker is for you? Joe Svetlik reviews some of the best Bluetooth and Wi-Fi sound systems.
There's as many fitness trackers as there are gyms these days, so it's rare to see one that stands out. Daniel Bennett gets active with the new Misfit Shine.
As the Tesla Model S arrives on British shores, we get behind the wheel of the most advanced electric car yet.
We review David Adam's book, which charts his struggle with intrusive thoughts and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
What technology will you find in your next car? Daniel Bennett test-drives the world's most intelligent motors to find out.
Scroll down for our reviews, plus interactive 360-degree panoramas.
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