On April 12th, the much-vaunted Facebook Phone will arrive — but it's not a phone at all. Facebook Home, as it's called, is a couple of pieces of software that transform any Android smartphone’s homescreen into a Facebook feed,... Read Full Review
Released April 2013
Smartphone batteries pretty much suck. With rare exceptions, manufacturers have decided that a thin and light phone is more important than one with stellar battery life. Phones used to last days between charges, but today's... Read Full Review
Priced At $99.95
Fitness tracking devices have undergone a substantial makeover as they’ve made the move from the pocket to your wrist. Once the domain of small, clip-on gizmos that were marketed on how unobtrusive they could be, products like the... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.00
The consumer printer industry isn’t in great shape, and paper seems to be getting eliminated every which way you look. Yet, BERG design consultancy principal Matt Webb spent the last year building Little Printer, a white box with... Read Full Review
Priced At $259.00
Released Aug. 14, 2012
Anyone who bought one of Jawbone's much-hyped Up fitness bands last year found themselves an unwitting participant in a beta test. The brand-new platform promised to get you up and exercising, help you sleep and eat better, and make... Read Full Review
Priced At $129.99
Released November 2012
By Dieter Bohn and Chris Ziegler “This is Windows Phone. No, for real this time.” That’s what I thought when I started hearing about Windows Phone 8 a few months ago. Just like Windows Phone 7, it represents yet another clean... Read Full Review
Released Oct. 29, 2012
Windows 8 is a rebirth, a "reimagining" of Windows and the entire Microsoft brand. It's also the single riskiest project that Microsoft has ever embarked upon — a bet from Redmond that users can adapt to a new way of computing.... Read Full Review
Priced At $39.99
Released Oct. 26, 2012
Here’s the thing: you can’t really write a review of the new iPod nano. What is there to say? It is a small slab of aluminum with a multitouch screen that plays music files exactly as well as every iPod before it. That is to... Read Full Review
Priced At $149.00
Released October 2012
It all started with an iPod touch, a gift from my parents years ago. I’ve since bought a half-dozen more iPods, two iPhones, an iPad, and a MacBook Air. Somehow I'm sure Apple planned it that way. The touch is the entry point into... Read Full Review
Priced At $299.00
Released October 2012
A review of iOS 6 is not a review of revolution, but of refinement. iOS has been the gold standard for smartphones and tablets since the day it was first introduced, and Apple's resisted the urge to make any radical changes, instead... Read Full Review
Priced At $0.00
Released Sep. 19, 2012
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