Apple iWork review 1

Apple iWork review

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Microsoft's Office is the go-to software package for creating and sharing documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Google's Docs has emerged as a good, free alternative for lightweight tasks. But what's often overlooked is Apple'
FIFA 16 Review: Inclusive, but Is It for Everyone? 3

FIFA 16 Review: Inclusive, but Is It for Everyone?

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It's extremely likely that regardless of the score at the end of this review, you already have an opinion on FIFA 16. Publisher Electronic Arts (EA) put out a demo earlier in the month, the full game was available this week as a free 10-hour tri
The Deer God Review: Frustrating, Yet Fun 4

The Deer God Review: Frustrating, Yet Fun

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A hunter waits for his prey in the jungle on a rainy night. At long last he spots a deer and lines up a shot. Just as he pulls the trigger, he's attacked by a wolf. The baby deer and hunter have both collapsed. The hunter's spirit wakes up.
Phonejoy Gamepad 2 Review: A Solid Upgrade 5

Phonejoy Gamepad 2 Review: A Solid Upgrade

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There's no shortage of Android gamepads these days, at prices ranging from just around Rs. 1,000, to between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 10,000 for international brands like Steelseries and Mad Catz. Most of the gamepads available online are either tiny c
Google Nexus 7 (2013) review 6

Google Nexus 7 (2013) review

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When Google launched its first Nexus tablet in 2012 with Asus as the OEM, the tablet created a lot of buzz worldwide and offered consumers the purest form of the Android OS on a 7-inch tablet with decent hardware at a competitive price. However, on
New Google Nexus 7 is good value even with higher price 7

New Google Nexus 7 is good value even with higher price

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When it comes to technology, we've been trained to expect more for less. Devices get more powerful each year, while prices stay the same or drop. With the new Nexus 7 tablet, Google hopes we're willing to pay more for more. The new tablet c
Need for Speed Review 8

Need for Speed Review

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It's hard to imagine that the Need for Speed franchise has been around for more than two decades now. With its debut on the poorly received 3DO console and sequels finding its way on a host of platforms and devices ranging from Android to Zeebo,