Category Archives: Reviews

  • Mysterious stealth gaming startup Wonder announces $14 million in funding

    Ah, another day, another stealth mobile gaming startup getting funded by Shakira. LA-based Wonder announced today that it has closed a Series A round of funding led by Grishin Robotics and TCL Communication Holdings Ltd.; Wonder announced they had raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding in July of last year, but we now know that they have […]

  • T-Mobile ONE, while unlimited, is still too limited

    It’s always a good idea to be mindful of better rates for just about any service you use. Internet, car insurance, interest rates, and even phone service are all things that I tend to check up on every so often just to make sure that I feel that I’m getting the most out of my […]

  • Samsung DeX transforms the Galaxy S8 into a legit desktop computer

    The phone as computer companion—or outright replacement—is an idea as old as the smartphone itself. And with today’s faster mobile processors, higher local storage levels and direct access to cloud-based work, the dream is finally a reality. Microsoft obviously should’ve owned this corner of the tech market. It certainly gave it its best shot with […]


    Google’s Calendar app is making a long-awaited move to a new device: Apple’s iPad. You read that right: Until Wednesday, the tech titan hadn’t optimized its marquee calendar application to run on Apple’s tablets. The app provides users with a view of the calendars that they have and that are shared with them through Google’s […]

  • This is not a drill: Snapchat is about to get a major redesign

    Big changes are headed for Snapchat — again. The company is set to roll out a major redesign of its app in the coming days, Snapchat confirmed Thursday. The new look, which is being previewed to the company’s beta testers on Android now, adds a search bar, new navigation and a global live story that […]

  • Flexible and Colorful Electronic Paper Promises a New Look for E-books

    Plasmonic nanostructures leverage the oscillations in the density of electrons that are generated when photons hit a metal surface. Researchers have used these structures for applications including increasing the light absorption of solar cells and creating colors without the need for dyes. As a demonstration of how effective these nanostructures are as a replacement for […]

  • Google’s new phones may ditch the Nexus name

    We’ve seen quite a few leaks about this year’s new Nexus phones from HTC, and today another one has surfaced that claims that the phones won’t actually be branded as Nexus devices. This year’s new Nexus phones will reportedly eschew the “Nexus” name that we’ve seen on Google’s devices ever since the Nexus One launch […]

  • Review: Hasselblad True Zoom Camera for Moto Z

    THE FIRST RULE of smartphone photography is don’t ever, ever zoom. (The second rule is “When in doubt, selfie.”) Phones don’t use optical zoom, which re-focuses a camera on a smaller frame, helping preserve image quality. They use digital zoom, which is just cropping. When you fling your fingers apart to see the band bigger […]

  • Head-to-Head Comparison: HTC 10 vs iPhone 6s

    Although HTC has always made quality phones, it has struggled in recent years to keep its place in the market with solid competition coming from Samsung, LG, and of course, Apple. However, HTC has recently released their latest flagship phone, the HTC 10. Featuring a complete redesign from HTC’s previous flagships, and some very impressive […]


    KEY FEATURES Aluminium top Supports any Corsair K70 or K65 keyboard Can be used with any mouse Two extra USB 3.0 ports Padded lap rest Integrated mousemat Manufacturer: Corsair Review Price: £110.00/$165.00 CORSAIR LAPDOG FIRST LOOK Corsair is making a play for your living with two new products aimed at bringing PC gaming to the […]

  • Kindle Oasis review

    Amazon’s Kindle Oasis is like a feast with the world’s finest caviar. It’s an all-you-can-eat Wagyu steak dinner. It’s an $80 cup of coffee. Simply put, the Oasis is a $290 extravagance meant only for the few who can afford it. For the rest of us, it’s just something to lust after. We called the […]

  • The ThinkPad X1 Tablet is like a Surface with a business twist

    Imagine the unholy union of Microsoft’s Surface lineup and the iconic Thinkpad, and you have the ThinkPad X1 Tablet. It’s not Lenovo’s first Surface clone — that would be the cheaper and less equipped Miix 700 — but it’s the company’s first for its ThinkPad lineup, which is targeted at the professional crowd. After years […]