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Recent articles by James:

Ayaneo’s Air Pro is a taste of the portable PC gaming future

A PC in a handheld, it's not a new idea, but thanks to new companies with high design standards and better mobile CPUs, true gaming on the go is finally happening.. → Read More

GoPro Hero 11 Black Mini: A little smaller, a little less capable

The Hero 11 Black Mini isn't going to be the best GoPro for most people, but for a slice of you, it is. → Read More

Rode's gaming sub-brand debuts with 'Unify' streaming software and two familiar mics

The first three products under the new mark are the Unify stream mixing app and two USB microphones.. → Read More

Urtopia's tech-heavy ebike is only as good as its software

An ebike with GPS, 4G, mmWave, Bluetooth, WiFi and more really really needs a reliable app to tie it all together.. → Read More

Ableton Note brings Live's Session View to iOS

Ableton Note is a bit like Live's 'session view@ but for iPhones.. → Read More

Even Tetris players don’t know what the future holds for competitive Tetris

When you think of esports, Tetris likely doesn’t come to mind. → Read More

How Sony unintentionally defined the skate video

The skate video has been a staple of the scene since the '80s, but now it's more important than ever.. → Read More

Apogee Boom brings its DSP-powered plugins to a budget-friendly audio interface

It looks like most audio interfaces, but the Boom packs a DSP without the pro price-tag.. → Read More

GoPro Hero 11 review: One change makes all the difference

It's a relatively modest update this time around for the GoPro Hero 11 Black. → Read More

GoPro's new Hero 11 Black and Hero 11 Black Mini feature a taller sensor

The action-cam company unveils two new cameras for this year's line-up. → Read More

Teenage Engineering's latest 'Field' products are testing customer loyalty

The OP-1 Field synth and TX-6 mixer are delightful products, but their price tags could alienate the people that love them the most.. → Read More

Analogue Pocket's first major update should finally unlock its potential

Analogue has finally released the much-awaited update that brings a host of new features to the portable gaming device.. → Read More

How to survive the inevitable CD revival

Compact Discs are making a comeback, kinda. → Read More

The NuraTrue Pro brings 'CD-quality' to its personalized Bluetooth headphones

The original NuraTrue offered audio tuned to your hearing. → Read More

Rode's Rodecaster Pro II isn't just for podcasting

Rode's first Rodecaster Pro was a nod to the growing popularity of podcasting. → Read More

Ayn Odin review: The most comprehensive retro handheld yet

Retro gaming handhelds come in many shapes and sizes, but the Odin from newcomer Ayn might be the most impressive to date in terms of form, function and price.. → Read More

How Gen Z is pushing NES Tetris to its limits

For decades we all played Tetris the same way. → Read More

Amazon AMP preview: Like the app, my radio show needs a little work

Ever wanted to host your own radio show? Now you can with Amazon's AMP. → Read More

JackRabbit review: If a scooter and an e-bike had a baby

Depending on your needs, the JackRabbit is either a highly portable e-bike or a bonkers scooter, or something in between. → Read More

Rode's first headphones are the creator-focused NTH-100

Rode is a name synonymous with microphones. → Read More