Phones

BlackBerry Leap review

What does a BlackBerry look like anymore? The Leap doesn’t look like a traditionally BlackBerry smartphone, but it is the spiritual successor to the built-in-house Z10, and the physical successor…

The iPhone 6 Plus, six months later

Apple isn’t the type of company that admits when it misses the mark. The iPhone 6 Plus wasn’t so much a product of Apple’s vision, but rather a response to…

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 review

I often use a phrase borrowed from Game of Thrones to describe the ephemeral nature of technology trends: “It is known.” See, our unreliable memories have, over time, created false…

Moto E LTE review

Consumers love good things, and they also love cheap things. But rarely are cheap things good, at least enough to recommend to everyone. Cheap usually equals caveats; cheap usually means…

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge review

Curved things are inherently visual; parsing the subtleties of a surface that flows and disappears into something else is pleasing to the eye, and to the touch. The Galaxy S6 edge (yes,…

HTC One M9 review

There are few more distinctive Android phones on the market than the HTC One line. The company that experimented with unibody metal when most smartphones were plastic, HTC’s critical acclaim…

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 Plus Camera Shootout

There’s no better way to compare two devices’ cameras than with a good old fashioned shootout. On the heels of our Samsung Galaxy S6 review, we pin the newcomer against…

Samsung Galaxy S6 review

Back in 2000, Sony released the PlayStation 2, a so-called sixth generation console that boasted 128-bit computing, its “Emotion Engine” processor running at 300Mhz. It had 32MB of RAM and, optionally, a…