FIFA 21 review: an ageing forward, limping towards retirement

The world might be strange and confusing, but there are still some things you can rely on. Every autumn, a chill comes into the air, the leaves begin to change colour, and EA releases a new edition of FIFA, the all-conquering football simulation franchise. FIFA 21...

iPad 10.2-inch 2020 review: a lazy update, but who cares?

Let’s be honest, Apple’s entry-level 2020 iPad is a bit of a lazy upgrade, with the only change of note being the new A12 Bionic processor. However, this in no way means that the 8th-gen iPad is bad. Far from it. It’s a cheap yet still incredibly powerful tablet,...

Audi e-tron Sportback 55 quattro S Line review: a flashy EV light show

The tl;dr version of this review could easily be: so you liked the idea of last year’s e-tron but truth be told you’re not a fan of SUVs. Good news! Here’s the Sportback version. The same car in a new shape. You still get a 0-62mph sprint in 5.7 seconds if you put the...

Peloton Bike+ review: upgrades aplenty and new ways to exercise

The pandemic has been kind to Peloton. Sales are up 66 per cent year-on-year and the company has now sold around 900,000 bikes (and treadmills, available in the US only) in the US, Canada, UK and Germany. And while it could easily continue flogging existing hardware,...