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Google Pixel XL Review: Android embodied, for better or worse

PROS Solid, high-quality construction Fast processor and smooth touch response Excellent image stabilization Free photos/video cloud storage Lengthy battery life CONS Uninspiring design Expensive compared

LeEco Le Pro 3 Review : Cheap Flagship at its Best!

LeEco’s latest flagship Le Pro 3 has not stopped making the headlines days after it was unveiled as the first smartphone by a Chinese manufacturer

Crowdfund this : Wearable Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns to keep an eye on

If you’re looking for the most interesting wearable projects looking for funding on Kickstarter, Indiegogo or other crowdfunding platforms, you’ve come to the right place.

3 Glasses S1 Virtual Reality 3D Headset Review

The 3 Glasses S1 VR headset (aka 3 Glasses Blue Amber S1 3D headset) was announced back in January this year at CES 2016. The

CREATIVE IROAR REVIEW

HIGHS Excellent sound quality Loaded with connectivity options Great design with touch controls Good battery life Software and hardware add-ons LOWS Expensive, especially with Rock

Cat S60 Review : This Rugged Phone Beats the S7 Active

THE GOOD Great battery life Unique built-in thermal imaging feature Attractive, durable design Superbright screen THE BAD Mediocre performance Lackluster low-light photos No 802.11 ac

Meizu Pro 6 review

1. Introduction Meizu’s Pro series has always been about the full flagship experience. Big high-res screens, top-notch chipsets and advanced imaging all wrapped in a

Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition review

PROS Ubuntu OS Scopes system is great Great specs for the money CONS Lack of apps Fairly buggy software KEY FEATURES Ubuntu OS 5.7-inch AMOLED

Philips SpeechAir Modernizes The Voice Recorder With Built-In Apps And More

Yes, you can do voice recording on a smartphone. If you spend much of your workday dictating voice memos or doing interviews, though, we have

How Oculus Rift works: Everything you need to know about the VR sensation

The Oculus Rift may look like a relatively simple device but it’s actually a pretty amazing piece of kit packing a wealth of cutting-edge tech.

Oculus Rift vs. PlayStation VR : What is the best VR gaming headset?

While it would be nice to paint the rivalry between the Oculus Rift and Sony’s PlayStation VR (previously codenamed Project Morpheus) as a David and

3D Robotics Solo Review

THE GOOD Attractive design Easy to fly Fast and maneuverable Shoots steady, sharp video. THE BAD Expensive Requires additional GoPro camera VERDICT While expensive, the

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge hands-on Review

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was unexpectedly one of our favourite phones of last year, proving itself to be much more than the gimmicky sibling

Samsung Connect Auto upgrades your car with 4G Tizen

Samsung may not be building a car, but it is building a car connectivity system, with Samsung Connect Auto aiming to make your existing auto

Oculus Rift vs. HTC Vive: Which high end VR headset is worth your cash?

If you’re a gamer and looking to get into VR this year, there’s one big question you should be asking yourself: Oculus Rift orHTC Vive?

AsteroidOS can run on some Android Wear smartwatches

There are several smartwatch operating systems out there today. A number of the wearables available right now run Android Wear. A new watch OS has

Early build of final Oculus Rift hardware starts shipping to devs

Things might finally be really getting along for the company that rebooted the whole virtual reality hype. Perhaps taking advantage of the delay that HTC’s

The Gear S2 is great – now Samsung’s big IoT challenge begins

Samsung is off to a great start with the Gear S2 smartwatch, with its great UX and broad Android compatibility, but its challenge is only

Gear S2 SDK released, opening doors for developers everywhere

This morning Samsung revealed their Gear S2 smartwatch with Tizen, the company’s own software operating system. This afternoon they’ve released a public software developer kit

Pebble Time vs Apple Watch comparison: New smartwatches look alike but are actually very, very different

Thinking about buying a smartwatch? The Apple Watch and Pebble Time smartwatch are two of the most talked-about smartwatches in the market, so we’ve put

Meet Mycroft, an open-source smart-home AI platform

The idea of a single product quarterbacking all of the connected gadgets in your home is an appealing one, but smart home hubs from names

Mattel View-Master hands-on: Retro toy gets AR upgrade

Mattel’s rebooted View-Master won’t be the only Google Cardboard headset around when it hits stores this October, but it’s possibly the most charming. Announced back

Oculus warns VR coders its new SDK breaks old apps

Oculus has warned developers to get their virtual reality apps up to date, launching a new PC SDK that breaks some backward compatibility. Oculus PC

Olympus Air A01 Puts A 16-MP Camera With Interchangeable Lenses On Your Smartphone

Remember that new category Sony pioneered with their QX line of smartphone cameras? Well, everybody else is getting in on that game now. One interesting

The Gear A will have a rotating bezel, Samsung confirms

  While all eyes are on the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ for next month’s Samsung event, there is one little guy

3 years later, where are the smartwatches?

  A few days ago, the New York Times ran piece that raised doubts about the success of the Apple Watch, pointing out how some

Why the Apple Watch is flopping

The Apple Watch, despite years of hype before it was even announced, appears to be flopping after all. It wasn’t a good sign when Apple

Amazon’s Fling is its version of AirPlay and Google Cast

If you’ve been hoping for an AirPlay or Cast-like tool to beam content to your Amazonstreaming gadgets, you’ll soon be in luck. The company revealed

Microsoft Band lets users create web tiles via RSS feeds

Microsoft is continuing to add new functionality to its Band wearable and push what the device is capable of. Following the release of a SDK

Tinder clone for Apple Watch uses heartbeat to determine matches

Imagine an alternate way of using dating app Tinder, where instead of looking at profiles on your smartphone and swiping right or left, you simply