Reviews

  • Photoshop CC review

    The end of software in a box is marked by a respectable upgrade in Photoshop's capabilities.

  • Fujifilm X-Pro1 review

    Rather than aiming for the Argos mass market that most of its compacts occupy, Fuji has headed in the other direction and is directing the X-Pro1 at enthusiasts and pros.

  • Gadget review: Apple iPhone 4S

    Apple is never going to win a competition with the wildest imaginations of tech bloggers. But the company seems to be doing OK in the business of building phones, as the iPhone 4S proves.

  • Nikon 1 J1 first look review

    With the announcement of the Nikon 1 series of compact interchangeable-lens cameras, Nikon became the first of the 'big two' digitalSLR makers (the other being Canon) to introduce a mirrorless-system model.

  • Maya 2012 review

    Still cutting edge with improved character animation and hyper-realistic dynamics

  • Apple Final Cut Pro X review

    With Final Cut Pro X, Apple has once again set out to completely re-invent the video industry. This is a truly groundbreaking release, says reviewer Gary Adcock. Here's the lowdown.

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 review

    For casual snapshooters, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 offers a unique blend of good image quality, innovative in-camera modes, and even a few 3D-shooting tricks.

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V review

    The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V is an excellent camera, delivering some of the best image quality we've seen - but there's some strange omissions.

  • Autodesk Maya 2011 review

    Performance and computing boosts aside, much of what’s new in Maya 2011 focuses on its traditional strengths: character animation and dynamics.

  • Wacom Cintiq 21UX review

    Forget about the iPad: here’s the digital sketchpad most artists will want. Despite costing more than many workstations and being about as portable, the Cintiq 21UX is so much more...

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