The HTC Titan is exactly the sort of Windows Phone Microsoft wants to see from its hardware partners. It’s a big and beautiful slab of technology that... Read Full Review
While the Kindle Fire tablet stole the show at Amazon's recent press event (and the Kindle Touch took whatever scraps of attention were left), something else... Read Full Review
Priced At $79.00
Released Sep. 28, 2011
Of all the Honeycomb tablet manufacturers, Asus has been one of, if not the most successful. In May and April, the company sold 500,000 Eee Pad Transformers,... Read Full Review
Priced At $479.99
Released Sep. 19, 2011
Samsung had unprecedented success last year delivering its Galaxy S line of flagship Android phones to a global stage, and for good reason: it launched as... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.99
Released Sep. 16, 2011
You know what they say — the best camera is the one you have with you. Having a camera doesn’t always mean you’re able to capture spontaneous moments with... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.99
The Droid Bionic has been something of a unicorn amongst fans of the Android platform. The device — announced at CES on January 5th of this year — has had an... Read Full Review
Priced At $299.00
Released Sep. 8, 2011
When Sony passed off its Tablet S to us for review, I was more than a little excited. While the company has been a bit slow on getting into the tablet game,... Read Full Review
Priced At $499.99
There was a time, not too long ago, when having the smallest phone was a mark of prestige for handset manufacturers. Then HTC came along and convinced us... Read Full Review
Released Aug. 1, 2011
Never heard of j5 Create? You can't really be blamed; the first time we saw the peripheral company's terrible website and fantastical product claims, we were... Read Full Review
Priced At $29.99
For those who haven’t followed my smartphone history (and I suspect many haven’t), last December I gave up my BlackBerry Curve 8530 for an Android phone.... Read Full Review
Priced At $49.99
Released Aug. 21, 2011
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