Pebble Time Round: Is it the best of form and function? [Review]

The original Pebble is widely regarded as the first successful smartwatch. Funded through Kickstarter, it quickly became one of the most funded projects of all time, and to date over a...

Google Pixel C tablet review: Out with the Nexus, in with the Pixel

Google's event last Fall left little surprise in the way of Nexus news after a barrage of leaks that preceded it. But we fortunately didn't know the whole story of that...

Samsung’s 18.4″ Galaxy View is another game changing device that Apple will surely copy...

I have a love and hate relationship with Samsung. Samsung is one of the largest tech companies in the world, and even though they drive me absolutely nuts sometimes with the decisions they make...

Fossil Q Founder review: Maybe next time

I'm a big fan of Fossil watches. In fact, the last time I wore a watch prior to Android Wear, I had a pair of Fossil models that I alternated between....
Kurio Xtreme 2

A kids tablet: Kurio Xtreme 2 Review

When the first tablets hit the market, they were ridiculously expensive and delicate. No doubt about it, they were not designed for kids. Nowadays, tablets are cheaper, and there is a...

Unlock your door with your phone: The Quicklock Doorlock review

We live in the mobile age. Our phones are now like swiss army knives. They can do just about anything. You can watch TV, monitor your home, change your thermostat, call...

Fugoo Tough XL: Rugged, waterproof, dust proof, power bank and loaded with 8 speakers

Fugoo exploded onto the Bluetooth speaker scene last year with the Fugoo Go Anywhere wireless speaker. I was one of the fortunate reviewers who got to review Fugoo's first speaker, and...
Electrohome

Electrohome: Signature Retro HiFi Stereo System: review

When I was growing up, my Dad had a pretty nice stereo system with a turntable. This was our only source of music other than the radio. My father had 100's...

AAXA Technologies P700 HD LED Micro projector (Review)

Having the ability to bring presentations with you on your smartphone, USB flash drive, or other media device is useless if you don't have the ability to share it with a...

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review: A change for the best?

Samsung completely revamped its entire Galaxy smartphone line this year, focusing on premium build materials. Its sales numbers have been dropping off in the recent past with the Galaxy line, especially in countries...

Nexus 5X first impressions. The REAL flagship killer has just stood up.

I know it is too soon to say the Nexus 5X is the real flagship killer that the OnePlus 2 claims to be, but after two days of usage, the Nexus...

Nexus 6P first impressions (P is for Premium); the best phone of 2015

It is really difficult to tell how great a phone is at a press event. As a writer, we literally get a few hours max to spend with the newest devices...

Huawei Watch review: Does function match design?

The Huawei Watch may just be the most beautiful Android Wear, or overall smartwatch, to date. the overall design is magnificent, and should be considered.

Phonejoy GamePad 2 Review

It's not the first time we've heard from Phonejoy and their game controller, having reviewed the first iteration of the Phonejoy GamePad and being incredibly impressed with it. Now, we seen...

HTC Desire 626 (AT&T) review

Announced in July, the HTC Desire 626 positions itself as an affordable take on the premium smartphone experience. Namely, it delivers a lot of the One M9 flagship and custom HTC stuff...

Android Pay added over 100 banks- check to see if yours...

The list of financial institutions supporting Android Pay continues to grow. Google just released a list of 115 new banks and credit unions, mostly...