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Reviewed: Pax 3 ‘Herbal’ Vaporizer

For decades, smokers (dare I say myself included) have looked for unique ways to take their hobby on the go without arousing too much suspicion. Herbal vaporizers like the Pax have recently presented a discreet way to vape anywhere, without compromising on vapour production or features. The Pax 3 continues that tradition with a new…

Let your phone curate your next business meeting with KnektMe

Ask an average millennial starting their own business how much they like networking and you are likely to get an eye roll in response. It’s not their favorite activity and for good reason. They often find it difficult, uncomfortable, and lacking genuine connection. Thankfully, networking has been evolving to include a Tinder-like app that is…

First Drive: 2018 Range Rover Velar Part 2

Continuing on our first drive, the lower display also offers access to Range Rover’s Terrain Response and Terrain Response 2 settings, rather than them demanding space for a physical control. While you do get a pair of control wheels, they’re context-specific. Normally, they control HVAC temperature, but when you’re in the Terrain Response page they…

First Drive: 2018 Range Rover Velar Part 1

Velar is an very old name for a very modern Range Rover. Automakers mining their history for neglected nameplates isn’t new, of course, but all the same few spend so long in the cold as Velar did. Used, nearly five decades ago, on the first “hiding in plain sight” prototype Range Rovers, the badge is back…

Reviewed: BlackBerry KeyOne

With QWERTY comes compromise The phoenix metaphor is overused in a tech world where brand recycling has become commonplace, so let’s just call the BlackBerry KEYone a QWERTY comeback. You’d be forgiven for dismissing it for not one but two reasons, after all. First, for packing a physical keyboard in an age where more flexible, programable touchscreen…

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