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Mobile phone cameras are now capable of producing shots which even the most critical photographer will say are decent and well worth displaying in portfolios.

Bluetooth headphones have been around forever, but the market for “true wireless” earbuds is comparatively speaking still in its infancy.

Technology can become a battleground at home. YouTube may house endless nursery rhymes and clips of Peppa Pig but it’s also blighted by disturbing content disguised as kid-friendly.

There’s magic to the concept of the crossover, when strange worlds collide and wildly disparate characters meet, which Nintendo has often leveraged by bringing its various mascots together to engage in mortal combat (or occasionally go-karting).

On the one hand, HP's LaserJet Pro M227fdw is a slick, modern multifunction peripheral (MFP) with features such as wired and wireless networking, automatic duplex (double-sided) printing and a fancy colour touchscreen.

The Canon Pixma TS6150 is aimed at home users with a creative bent. A monument to polished black plastic, its looks might be a matter of taste, but its squat stance and uncluttered panels both appeal – control is via a 7.5cm colour touchscreen.

The Marshall Kilburn II is, in many ways, an improvement over the original Kilburn. The new speaker still has a swagger to it – it’s aesthetically beautiful and has a meaty sound.

Cameras in smartphones have come a long way over the last few years, with a number of features that have greatly improved the quality of images produced by smartphones, including optical image stabilisation (OIS), larger sensors, bright lenses, and even optical zoom making them even better for photography.

Nearly three-quarters of the working population spend at least part of their day looking at a computer screen, some of them for most of the time they are at work. Add to that the hours spent outside of work using a laptop, tablet, or electronic reading device, [nearly 90% of UK adults do this for 2 hours or more a day], and it’s easy to see why your eyes can easily get tired and damaged.

The HD 820 are the latest high-end headphones from German hi-fi specialists Sennheiser. They have a lot in common with the popular open-backed HD 800 and HD 800S models, but this time around the company has chosen a closed-back design.

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