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How to mirror Android on Chromecast

With the release of Chromecast streaming devices in that past few years, Google has opened up the ability for Android users to have their smartphone and tablet screens displayed wirelessly on pretty much any screen which has an HDMI input – typically your TV. If you want to use a cable so you don’t have to buy a Chromecast, many ... Read More »

Cubot P12 budget Android phone review

Cubot isn’t a brand we’ve come across before, but its P12 is a well-designed budget Android smartphone that costs just £75. At this price there are both hits and misses, which we’ll explain in detail in our Cubot P12 review. Also see: Best budget smartphones 2016. Cubot P12 review: UK price and availabilty At just £74.99 from Amazon with free ... Read More »

4-inch iPhone 7c / iPhone 6c release date rumours

Not everyone wants a big phone, and the latest rumours point to Apple returning to a 4in screen, the size used for the iPhone 5, 5S and 5C. AppleInsider says that analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s predictions in the past have been accurate and his latest is that there will be a smaller option in Apple’s 2016 lineup to cater for the demand which still exists ... Read More »

Xiaomi misses handset shipment goal, hit by dependence on slowing Chinese market

Xiaomi said Friday it shipped over 70 million smartphones in 2015, short of an ambitious target it had announced last year, amid growing competition and high dependence on the Chinese market. The Chinese company had forecast last year that it would sell at least 80 million phones during the year. It had sold 34.7 million handsets during the first half ... Read More »

OnePlus reveals new OnePlus Mini teaser

We already have the flagship OnePlus 2 and smaller OnePlus X, but rumours suggest an even smaller OnePlus 2 Mini phone will appear in 2016. Here we round up the rumours on the OnePlus 2 Mini. (Pictured: OnePlus 2.) Also see: OnePlus 2 review. We’re treating this one with some suspicion, given that the rumoured OnePlus One Mini never appeared and OnePlus has only recently ... Read More »

Honor Band Zero review: a hybrid smartwatch-activity tracker under £50

The Honor Band Zero is a hybrid fitness tracker and smartwatch under £50. At this price it’s understandably less fully featured than some rival devices, but it may well be all you need. We review the Honor Band Zero. Also see: Best activity trackers 2016. Honor Band Zero review: UK price and availability Our Honor Band Zero was supplied by ... Read More »

20 best phones 2016 UK: The best smartphones you can buy today

We test and review all the best smartphones money can buy across iPhones, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry (and sometimes others). So here are the best phones of 2016. They are the best mobile phones you can buy in the UK right now. Smartphones are an important and personal tech purchase so at PC Advisor we review all the major ... Read More »

9 best desktop chargers 2016 UK: Best USB charging hubs

Desktop chargers let you charge multiple phones, tablets and other USB-powered devices from a single mains outlet, and are great for freeing up some suitcase room on your travels. We round up the nine best desktop chargers and travel chargers you can buy in the UK in 2016. Also see our round-up of the best charging cables. When choosing a desktop charger ... Read More »

How to watch the LG CES 2016 press conference live online

With CES 2016 kicking off in Las Vegas, it’s almost time for companies to showcase their wares for 2016, LG included. The manufacturer is a regular at CES, with annual product announcements across its TV and smartphone ranges and this year isn’t any different. Here, we tell you where and when you can watch LG’s press conference from the comfort ... Read More »

Huawei Mate S review

At IFA 2015 in Berlin, Huawei announced the Mate S. It was significant because it was the world’s first smartphone to have the option of Press Touch, a screen that responds not only to a light touch, but also a hard touch. Plus, with Huawei’s extra ability to distinguish between finger and knuckle taps, you can interact with the Mate ... Read More »

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