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The week’s top tech stories in 3 minutes (or less!)

Welcome to The Refresh, a weekly series every Friday from TrustedReviews where we pick out the week’s highlights from the tech world.

This week’s top story:

iPhone 7 Review: The new iPhone is out with the usual range of upgrades including a better camera, faster processor and for the first time, water and dust resistance. But is there anything to get really excited about and has Apple done enough to convince us to upgrade? Tom (@TheTechChap) and Evan (@EvanKypreos) sit down to discuss all things iPhone 7.

Also in the news this week:

GoPro Hero & Karma: At this year’s Photokina conference in Germany, GoPro unveiled the new flagship and fully waterproo Hero 5 Black action cam, the more budget-friendly Hero 5 Session as well as, more excitingly, the Karma drone. A new, ultra-compact quad-copter with bundled remote and support for gyro-stablished GoPros. Prices start at just £719 or $799 without the camera.

Yahoo Hack: In what appears to be the largest cyber security breach in history, Yahoo says state sponsored hackers stole information from half a billion users, including names, emails and unencrypted security questions – but not credit card data according to Yahoo. What’s worse is that this took place in 2014, but has only now been made public. If you have a Yahoo account, make sure you change your password as soon as possible


TrustedReviews on YouTube: The excitement at TrustedReviews Towers was off the chart this week as we celebrated reaching 20,000 subscribers on our YouTube channel. If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe for the latest video news and reviews.

Related: Three warns of phone contract ‘price rises’

Tune in next Friday for another episode of The Refresh with Tom Honeyands (@TheTechChap). We hope you enjoyed the show and please let us know what you’d like to see in the comments.

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