Hands-on

Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact hands-on

Justly or not, it’s sometimes hard to live up to the bar set high by the likes of Samsung and Apple. Manufacturers like HTC...

LG V30 Hands-on

While there is a heavy emphasis placed these days on dual cameras and smartphone photography in general, a vast majority of them leave things...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hands-on

Things have gotten real. The Galaxy Note 8 is finally here and it is provoking people to ask the biggest question that will haunt...

Essential Phone review preview: Vanilla ice cream

I like vanilla ice cream. There’s nothing terribly exciting or flavorful about it, true, but it’s the ideal base for adding on whatever toppings...

HTC U11 Hands-on: squeezing every last measure available

HTC has become a rather strange smartphone maker. Where some companies like Sony have basically said they don't care anymore, HTC continues to trudge...

Huawei Watch 2 hands-on

Though a bit late, Google's release of Android Wear 2.0 opened the floodgates of new smartwatches. Not to be left behind, though perhaps not...

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ hands-on

By the end of 2015, Samsung was in a bit of a conundrum. Its financials weren't exactly reassuring, with quarter after quarter of lower...

Samsung Gear VR with Controller and Gear 360 2017 hands-on

Despite being hailed as the next major push in computing, virtual reality, at least the big and powerful VR, remains inaccessible to all but...

Lenovo Tab 4 family of tablets has something for everyone

Tablets may be transforming into more productivity-oriented mobile devices, but some do still prefer their tablets a bit simpler, more single-focused, and, more importantly,...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 hands-on: Android tablets redeemed

Some pundits would say that Android tablets have long plateaued. Unlike their smartphone cousins that have a couple of flagship contenders year after year,...

LG G6 hands-on: FullVision with the user’s vision

LG has had a rather tough 2016. It designed the LG G5 at the height of the modular smartphone fever. Unlike the stillborn Project...

The Vuzix Blade 3000 might finally be the sleek smartglasses we’ve been waiting for

The initial problem with the smartglass argument is that it looks dorky with all the appendages visible to others – so they immediately know...