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Motorola Droid Review

11/05/2009, Motorola Droid Review - The Motorola Droid is the first Android 2.0 to be commercially available. Droid is a high-end Android phone with a superb high-resolution screen

Dell Adamo XPS hands-on and final pricing

11/05/2009, Dell just announced that its Dell Adamo XPS, a laptop that is only 9.99mm (4/10″) thin, will ship this month. The laptop that used to be shown behind closed doors as a “prototype” will now make its debut as a product for this holiday...

Nokia N900 Review

11/01/2009, Nokia is facing a tide of ferocious competitors in the lucrative high-end smartphone market, but the company is on the move: Nokia is battling on multiple fronts a the same time: OS, app store, maps and devices. With the N900, Nokia wanted to build a...

Motorola Cliq Review

10/28/2009, After a long walk in the desert, Motorola surprised everyone (or at least me) with the Motorola Cliq, an Android smartphone with a QWERTY sliding keyboard and most importantly MotoBlur, a combination of software and web services designed to unify all your...

Roku HD XR unboxing and first impressions

10/27/2009, Roku has just officially introduced the Roku HD XR, a box that lets you watch Netflix and Amazon Video movies directly on your TV, without the need for a PC/Mac. The Roku HD-XR sells for $130 and when compared to the Roku HD ($100), it has Wifi-N and a...

BenQ Joybee GP1 Review

10/26/2009, The BenQ Joybee GP1 is a mini-projector that is marketed by BenQ as a fun device that follows you in any room, in any place. The Joybee GP1 accepts VGA or analog signals, so it is compatible with a wide range of devices from laptops to game consoles or...

Zune HD Review

10/24/2009, After playing with the Zune HD for some time, here’s the complete review. The first Zune was an interesting device, but it was not sexy and didn’t have any real edge over the iPod, except in two areas: the WIFI sync and more importantly, the...

Sonos S5 – hands-on

10/21/2009, The Sonos S5 ($399) was launched recently, and we had some private time with it. Here are the first impressions: first, the sound-quality is very good. I mean, it’s Bose-like although I can’t scientifically measure it. That’s what I...

HTC Hero Review

10/19/2009, There’s a flurry of Android phones out there and not so long ago but the HTC Hero is different not only because it has a better physical design, but also because it has HTC Sense, a proprietary user interface extension that only HTC-branded phones...

Nokia Booklet 3G hands-on

10/16/2009, We spent a short time with the Nokia Booklet 3G, and so far, here are our first-impressions: The Booklet 3G is very nicely built. It clearly outclasses most Atom-powered Netbooks out there and besides the lack of backlit keyboard, there’s not much...

Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review

09/21/2009, Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review - Archos has shocked gadget fans worldwide when it launched its android-powered Archos 5 Internet Tablet last week

Mobinnova N910 smartbook hands-on (Tegra Smartbook)

09/15/2009, The Mobinnova N910 is probably the first Tegra smartbook to hit the U.S market. The “when” is still a little fuzzy but we’ve been told by Nvidia that it is imminent. If you don’t know what a Smartbook is: it’s basically a...

New iPod nano, hands-on

09/09/2009, I just spent some time with the new iPod nano… needless to say that it is super light and thin (that’s not new). The camera is oddly placed on the bottom of the device where your fingers would tend to be. That said, it’s easy enough...

iPhone 3GS Review

08/26/2009, By now, there’s no need to introduce the iPhone 3GS: if you’re looking at this review, chances are that you are just wondering how it feels and if you should jump on the wagon and get one. However, you want to know if everything that you...