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Ring Video Doorbell 2 review: The best video doorbell just got a major Prime Day price cut

when compared with the Nest Hello, but for Prime Day it’s available at the even more reasonable price of £125. That’s a saving of
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Nest Hello review: The best video doorbell is a pricey ringer

Brilliant but expensive, the Nest Hello is the cleverest video doorbell around Pros Crisp video and clear audio Mains powered Face, motion and sound
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The Daughter-in-Law review – is this the best British working-class drama?

Three years ago, the National Theatre pointlessly conflated DH Lawrence’s three mining-community plays into a single evening. However this work, written in 1913, deserves to
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Review: The year’s best movie (so far) opens in Omaha Friday

As the ecological apocalypse approaches, a man sits alone in the room of an old church — drinking, praying, wondering if God can forgive
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Solo: A Star Wars Story best and worst — our global review

Punch it, Chewie! Solo: A Star Wars Story has completed the Kessel Run, earning a mixed reaction from fans and critics. After an opening weekend that
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Solo: A Star Wars Story best and worst — our global review

Punch it, Chewie! Solo: A Star Wars Story has completed the Kessel Run, earning a mixed reaction from fans and critics. After an opening weekend that
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Dark Souls: Remastered Review Roundup

The 2011 From Software and Bandai Namco legend Dark Souls is back to terrorize you once again on Xbox One, PS4, and PC with a brand-spanking new coat of paint.
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Samsung Galaxy A6+ Review

Samsung’s Infinity Display screens, which were introduced with the Galaxy S8 (Review) and Galaxy S8+ (Review), have been slowly percolating down to lower-priced models, and now the company has
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REVIEW: ONEPLUS 6

odd duck in the smartphone business. It tends to make one phone at a time with a simple and clear goal: to pack all
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‘Super Mega Baseball 2’ Review: The Good, The Bad, The Bottom Line

The original Super Mega Baseball from Metalhead Software was one of the most critically acclaimed sports titles of 2015 (released in December 2014). Credit: Brian Mazique