The BlackBerry form factor — candybar style, keyboard underneath display — seems to be on the way out, dead in favor of ever-larger touchscreen displays. I’m... Read Full Review
Priced At $99.99
Released Oct. 23, 2011
Toshiba hasn't had an easy ride in the tablet market. When we reviewed the original Thrive tablet this July, it wasn’t only thicker and heavier than the rest... Read Full Review
Priced At $379.68
Released Dec. 11, 2011
Your smartphone’s not just a phone anymore — it’s a remote control for your TV, your stereo, an AR.Drone helicopter, and much more. So why not a plastic... Read Full Review
Priced At $129.99
As you may know, I posted my first Galaxy Nexus review back on November 17th, when I was able to get my hands on the international, HSPA+ version of the... Read Full Review
Priced At $299.99
Released Dec. 15, 2011
Reviewing the Samsung Captivate Glide right after the Samsung DoubleTime is a study in contrasts. The DoubleTime is outdated, slow, and ugly, while the Glide... Read Full Review
Priced At $149.99
Released Nov. 20, 2011
Xyboard. It’s a portmanteau that could mean a number of things: a skateboarding robot, a xylophone mashed up with a keyboard, maybe even a science fiction... Read Full Review
Priced At $529.99
After a shaky start, Nintendo is doing all it can to turn its 3DS into a success. The Kyoto-based company has reduced the price of the system and improved... Read Full Review
Priced At $19.99
Released Feb. 7, 2012
It was 10 months ago, during the Super Bowl, that Motorola announced the original Xoom to the world. In a 60-second ad that spared no expense, Google and... Read Full Review
The first time I laid eyes on the LG DoublePlay, I thought I was in love. I'm a former T-Mobile Sidekick / Danger Hiptop fan, you see, and both physical... Read Full Review
Priced At $99.99
Released Oct. 26, 2011
When it comes to phones and tablets, Samsung and Apple’s battle is no secret. Take a look at this commercial or peruse the back-and-forth litigation and... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,149.99
Released Oct. 2, 2011
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