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Apple's stellar iOS 13 mobile OS brings new visuals and new privacy features to iPhones, with dark mode, improved efficiency, and a healthy dollop of machine learning on top.
Avast SecureLine offers VPN security and solid speed test scores, but it's hampered by a lack of features, inflexible pricing, and privacy practices that see the company retaining more customer data than some competitors.
Offering robust connectivity, support for digital pens, and good battery life, the Lenovo Flex 5 Chromebook is a capable 2-in-1 convertible laptop for Chrome devotees.
The Polar Unite is an accessible fitness and sleep tracker that offers personalized workout recommendations and training guidance, but lacks some functionality found in similarly priced competitors.
This intermittent fasting app gives you a timer that shows when to fast and when to feed. It has a few other features, too, but we saw too many red flags in our testing to recommend it.
Avast BreachGuard warns if your email turns up in existing or new data breaches and also opts you out of legal data collectors. It does what it promises, but it’s expensive for what it does.
Yabla strengthens foreign language listening skills with thousands of videos and exercises based on them. It's excellent for people with prior language experience, but not ideal for novices.
The waterproof EarFun Air, like its slightly cheaper sibling, delivers powerful audio performance for a sweet sub-$100 price.
Duolingo is the best free app for learning a language. Unique features and a clear structure make it a reliable place to learn new languages or sharpen your skills.
The Tobii Eye Tracker 5 is a fascinating device that lets you play with surprisingly accurate eye tracking on your PC, but its usefulness is limited.
Website builder WordPress.com is a decent low-cost choice for blogging, but competitors with more up-to-date tools make it easier to build custom websites.
The Nik Collection is an iconic name in photo editing. DxO has revived the software, updating it for 64-bit operating systems, and offering other improvements.
Give Bitdefender Digital Identity Protection your name, email, and phone and it scours the web (and dark web) for your personal data, with actionable warnings about data breaches and social media impersonators.
Though our Core i9- and Titan RTX-equipped review unit is priced beyond the reach of most mortals, Origin PC's Neuron is a high-quality workstation or gaming mid-tower that offers plenty of hard-hitting configuration options in a clean design.
Canon's Selphy Square QX10 is a portable, if not quite pocket-size, photo printer based on dye sublimation technology. It prints vivid smartphone pics at acceptable running costs.
The 2020 resurrection of Dell's XPS 17 is a bold, sleek laptop with a gorgeous 17-inch display, long battery life, and serious computing power.
Amazon Prime Video hosts lots of prestige content for streaming and also features impressive technical capabilities such as 4K HDR streaming and offline downloads.
Sticky Password does everything you'd expect from a password manager, though it lacks advanced features such as digital inheritance and password breach checks. If you choose its secure no-cloud Wi-Fi sync, your passwords never leave your home network.
Windows 10 continues to get better, adding refinements, new visuals, and more control over updating. The May 2020 Update doesn't add anything showy, but desktop search, Cortana, Linux support, and accessibility see significant gains.