01/16/2013, You might call Motorola ELECTRIFY M a cousin of the RAZR M, RAZR HD, and RAZR Maxx HD. Like its predecessors, the ELECTRIFY M runs on Android and is enclosed in a slim, flat chassis. Under the tagline “compact without compromise,” the new phone hit the stores in late November 2012, just before the Christmas shopping rush began. After the $100 mail-in rebate, your cost for the device is between […]
12/30/2012, For the past few years we have been waiting for a functional Android camera, something that we deem to be “unavoidable”, so we were very glad to see Samsung launch its Galaxy Camera at IFA in Berlin in September. One of the previous attempt was released by Polaroid at CES 2012, however the design was far from being good enough, and much needed to be improved (design, performance, optics, Android […]
12/06/2012, The HTC 8X is probably the most readily available Windows Phone 8 smartphone in the USA, and so far, it did not seem to suffer from any shortage. This smartphone is available on the T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon networks in various colors: Red, Yellow, Blue and Black. These are the Windows Theme colors and so far, the public seems to be excited by the idea of getting a brightly colored […]
12/05/2012, Windows 8 is an operating system that’s a mix of the old and new: it cobbles together a very forward-facing touchscreen interface with the same old Windows we’ve loved (in its basic form) since before the internet was a thing. And computer manufacturers attempting to reconcile these two computing paradigms, have taken to the new OS in one of two ways: some have installed the new operating system on ultrabooks and […]
11/29/2012, Samsung ES8000 Review - this article goes over the HDTV ES8000 Series from Samsung through the prism of the 60-inch Samsung UN60ES8000 model. Image quality, SmartTV functions, Skype and designs are among the topics of the review.
11/20/2012, This Nokia Lumia 920 review covers the most important aspects of the smartphone: design, new OS, photography, battery life and overall user experience. Don't get one before reading this.
11/19/2012, HTC, who released the very-well liked HTC One X as their highest-end (“hero”) handset earlier this year, have now released the Droid DNA to be their standard-bearer through the holiday season. Yep, that’s right: this is the phone that you’re going to be blitzed with advertisements about for the next few months. And on paper, the Droid DNA is certainly worthy–it’s got a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, and most importantly, a […]
11/08/2012, iPad mini Review | In this iPad mini review, we will go over the pro and cons of the iPad mini to see if that would work for you.
11/07/2012, Over the past couple of months, it’s become clear that the way computer makers–those companies that specify and brand the actual physical device–need to make less models. It’s because when you’re optimizing for portability and battery life, what you don’t include is almost as important what you do include. Newcomers to the laptop game Vizio and Razer have adopted this one-model few-options approach, and computers like Microsoft’s Surface show that […]
11/02/2012, This Nexus 10 review covers the hardware and software aspects of the Nexus 10 tablet. This includes new features from Android 4.2, the latest evolution of Google popular mobile OS
11/02/2012, Nexus 4 Review | This page contains a full review of the Google Nexus 4, a world smartphone that will be sold unlocked for $299. It has been designed by Google and built by LG to represent what a pure Android experience is.
10/29/2012, Although the big Google Android NYC event got cancelled because of hurricane Sandy, we have been able to catch up with the Android team at home in San Francisco and get a hands-on demonstration of the Google Nexus 4 by LG. The Nexus 4 name comes from the 4.7 inches screen of the handset. In terms of hardware, it is very comparable to the recent LG Optimus G which was […]
10/29/2012, With the Surface for Windows 8 RT tablet, Microsoft introduces a Windows computer that runs with the same chip which powers Android competitors. To consumers, it means that they can now have a Windows computer that looks like a tablet, weighs like tablet, behaves like a tablet, while being able to run a “real” version of Microsoft Office, along with a Windows desktop environment for file management and settings. The […]
10/24/2012, This page contains the complete Motorola RAZR HD Review and Motorola RAZR Maxx HD Review. Both reviews have been merged into one given that both devices share mostly the same features.