“It’s all in the little things.” It’s a common axiom in sports, in design, and in life. Inches make champions; big things have small beginnings; a small leak can sink a giant ship. It’s a... Read Full Review
My first car was a 1997 Saturn SL1, a tiny black box with headlights that were too close together and a 0-60 time in the neighborhood of three and a half... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.00
Released Mar. 25, 2014
Iterate and update. That's the mantra of the smartphone world these days. Where radical design changes between generations of phones might have been... Read Full Review
Released February 2014
Even Nokia’s boots were innovative. The company once known as Finnish Rubber Works made well-loved rubber boots long before it made smartphones. And as... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.00
Released Feb. 20, 2014
For the longest time, the prevailing trend with mobile phones was to take last year’s handset and make it smaller. Shave a few millimeters off, shed a... Read Full Review
Released Jan. 22, 2014
If you’ve ever owned an Android phone and have even lightly explored the world of custom ROMs and modifications, chances are you’ve seen the name... Read Full Review
Priced At $599.00
Released Dec. 10, 2013
If you’re looking for the biggest smartphone you can get, without regard for portability and price, then you needn’t look any further than the Sony Z... Read Full Review
Priced At $679.99
Released Q3 2013
What if screens didn't have to be flat? It's a question designers and engineers have been asking for years as they imagined tablets you could roll up like a... Read Full Review
The Moto X represented a sizable step forward for Motorola. A comfortable, fresh, customizable design married with tasteful and useful software features,... Read Full Review
Priced At $179.00
Released January 2014
Three years ago, Nokia shipped over 110 million smartphones worldwide. None had a display larger than 3.5 inches. Today the company moves far fewer... Read Full Review
Priced At $749.00
Released Q4 2013
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