01/31/2011, Galaxy Tab review - what does it do? What function does it create or improve upon? Here are the answers
01/31/2011, LG Optimus 2X Review - This in-depth review of the Optimus 2X (LG-P990) covers virtually most practical aspects of this dual-core smartphone
01/28/2011, Nexus S Review - This in-depth review of the Google Nexus S (by Samsung) goes over the new features of Android 2.3 (aka gingerbread), the design, usability and battery life.
01/25/2011, GeForce 560 Ti Review - this review of the GeForce 560 Ti will go over performance, target audience and provides a simple bottom-line.
01/24/2011, Evo Shift 4G Review - the HTC Evo Shift 4G is presented by Sprint as a smaller version of their EVO 4G handset. Is that so, and what does it fell to have a QWERTY EVO phone? Check this review.
01/18/2011, Mophie Juice Pack Review - the iPhone 4 might not have a removable battery, but it's got options. Among them, the Mophie Juice Pack case that comes with an integrated battery.
01/13/2011, To headphone makers, this must feel like a golden age: Apple alone has sold more than 275 million iPods. On top of that, hundreds of millions of other pocket musicians roam the world – wanna-be iPods as well as smartphones with built-in MP3 players. So even if many people stick with the generic earbuds that come bundled with their gadgets, fortunes can be made by selling better headphones to people […]
12/16/2010, Google, one of the biggest web companies, is dreaming about making the computing world to its own image. “The future is on the web”…”in a browser”, Google says. If you talk to Google’s Chrome team, you would sense a genuine belief about how cloud computing should (or will) dominate in the long term. Obviously, there’s also nothing strange in the fact that Google wants to bring the OS (operating system) […]
12/03/2010, As you might know, Verizon’s 4G commercial debuts will happen this Sunday. “4G” can mean very different things for different carriers, but at the very least, it is supposed to represent a “discontinuity” in terms of network performance, when compared to 3G networks (note that there are also 3.5G networks…). We got our hands on the LC VL600, one of the two Verizon 4G modem available today. We took it […]
11/23/2010, The Boxee has been built with a simple goal in mind. Its creators say that “a lot of your favorite shows and movies are already available on the Internet. Boxee is a device that finds them and puts them on your TV. It’s easy to use and even better, there’s no monthly fee”. That’s the phrase that can be found on Boxee’s homepage. Boxee has been an early player that […]
11/18/2010, Feel free to jump at this camera and put it through the wringer – no worries, it can take it. Casio’s Exilim EX-G1 rides the wave of rugged adventure cameras that are shock-absorbent, waterproof, and cold-resistant. You can drop it from up to 7 feet (2.10 meters), take it swimming in the summer and rush down a ski slope in the winter: none of it should harm this tough little […]
11/16/2010, The promise of Google TV is to deliver a “web, made for your TV”. To reach the masses, the Logitech Revue is a hardware solution that lets anyone with an HDTV and an Internet connection join the party. It’s even more fun if you already use Cable or Satellite, but it’s not required. Unlike many other TV-computing products, Google TV and Logitech do not want to go against established media […]
11/03/2010, Samsung Focus Review - The Samsung Focus is one of the finest first-generation Windows Phone 7. This in-depth review goes through the user experience of the operating system and the of the device itself.
10/27/2010, MacBook Air Review: this in-depth review of the Macbook air covers strengths and weaknesses of the Macbook Air, for Mac and Windows users.