When Samsung put out the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, it made a gamble. It changed just enough to address the biggest gripes consumers had with the Galaxy S6 and not much more. The risk paid off, and the the smartphone brought Samsung
It’s Lenovo Tech World this week and, unsurprisingly, the manufacturer has a lot to show off. But for us Android faithful, the highlights are, also unsurprisingly, the new smartphones that it and Motorola have unleashed.
A fitness tracker in your ear? Don’t laugh – that’s the idea behind the Samsung Gear IconX, which we spent some time with alongside the Samsung Gear Fit 2 this past week in order to get hands-on with the latest
Companies would love customers to keep using their products, especially if prolonged usage actually translates to more profits, like spending more time on a website or watching a video. Pebble, ever the contrarian, is going off
While some runners, athletes, and users with active lifestyles have professed their love for their Pebble smartwatches, they have also complained about having to bring their smartphones just to listen to music while working out.
Sony invited us to the U.S. launch of the Sony Xperia XA Ultra this week, and we had the chance to get our hands on it – albeit only for a brief period. Still, it was enough to give us a first impression of Sony’s
We told you guys that Xiaomi made its way to Google I/O this year with a lot of tricks in its bag. One of those is the Xiaomi Mi Box, a sleek and very capable Android TV box which Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra was only too happy to
Mobile phones haven’t traditionally courted the audiophile set, but all that changes with the LG G5 thanks to its swappable module system that promises a wide range of accessories and add-ons to the device. In addition to
This is HTC’s flagship for 2016, and don’t let the name fool you: the HTC 10 is absolutely an Android device. A 5.2-inch, 2K Marshmallow smartphone with a full-metal unibody, the HTC 10 packages Snapdragon 820, 4GB of
There is perhaps little doubt that virtual reality will be this year’s big tech push. Whether or not that actually lasts for the next few years is probably not yet the question. But while many tech companies are churning