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Nokia Body Scale review

With nine months of the year already in the book, it won't be too long before we're making plans for New Years Eve. Moreover, it's...

Video Review of the HTC EVO View 4G [Video}

So many toys, so little time! The next review we have up in the EVO line of devices is the newly released HTC EVO View 4G, also known as the HTC Flyer. I got some hands on time to play with the device, and recorded my findings in a video review for you after the break. Check it out and make sure to let us know what you think in the comments!

MacLife Magazine Reviews the ‘Droid.

Being a person who drank the kool aid that Apple is selling, I am a lover of Mac computers.  One of the publications that...

Samsung GALAXY Note Edge review. The next big thing is here.

Innovators take chances.  Without people taking chances we would not make progress.  Can you imagine a world without smartphones?  Prior to the iPhone, the...

Samson Go Mic Direct review: bite-size recording

Coming from the audio company Samson, we've got their Go Mic Direct, a bite-size microphone perfect for traveling and more than small enough to fit...

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...

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.

Google Home review: After nearly two years, is it still worth it?

After nearly two years and the release of several other Assistant enabled speakers, is the Google Home still at the top of the mountain?

FiiO X7 Android-powered digital audio player review

The growing desire for higher audio quality means that Android is showing more presence in the digital audio player (DAP) world. Folks may see...

Optoma NuForce BE Live5 headphone review: Wireless headphones with clarity and average battery life

The Optomo NuForce BE Live5 headphones are a respectable middle of the road option but won't please everyone.

Samsung Galaxy Prevail Review

If you are in the market for an inexpensive Android device, you might want to check out the Samsung Galaxy Prevail. The Samsung Galaxy Prevail is only $180 on Boost Mobile.

Gourmia Digital ExpressPot Pressure Cooker review

The Gourmia Digital ExpressPot multi function pressure cooker speeds up cooking by 70%, while locking in maximum flavor and nutrients.

Galaxy S 5, Is It Really The Best? A Review

The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is disappointing in precisely one area, build quality. But even in that, it's slightly better than the previous member...

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...

Archos 101XS review

What we liked:  Super thin, lightweight, and sexy in white, the Archos 101XS looks beautiful and feels solid in hand.  It's the best effort from...

T-Mobile offering free smartphones with new lines

T-Mobile is offering free smartphones to customers when adding a new line on its $40 per month per line Magenta tier and above.
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