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watchOS 2 review: The Apple Watch, six months later

Wearables don’t typically last long on my wrist. Be it a Fitbit or Pebble, after wearing one a dozen times I’ll forget to bring it with me when leaving the…

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A1 Aerelight Review

We spend a lot of time of looking at our smartphone displays. So much so that I sometimes curse the fact that companies like Samsung and Sharp have proven to…


Google OnHub Router review

The router market hasn’t changed all that much in the past few years. Standards like high-speed 802.11ac have made things faster, and boxes with myriad antennas have somewhat improved in-home coverage,…


iPod touch 2015 review

You’d be forgiven for missing Apple’s latest iPod touch refresh in the months leading up to the company’s big fall hardware event, but if you’re in the market for a…


Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review

The Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung’s best phone ever, but by a narrower margin than any previous Galaxy device preceding it. That not only sums up the state of Samsung’s…


Review: Lara Croft Go is another hit for Square Enix Montreal

In 2014, Square Enix Montreal released Hitman Go, a turn-based reimagining of the Hitman franchise, a series few thought could ever translate to mobile devices. But to the shock of many, especially longtime…


Moto X Play review

If you think about it, Motorola had to release something like the Moto X Play. The Moto X, that critically-acclaimed but sales-poor flagship, had been reframed as a high-margin player up…


iOS 9 Preview: Stands alone, and for the future

The days are shorter now, but not much. Maybe an hour less than the early days of summer, right after that chilly morning in California when Apple introduced its latest…


Android M Developer Preview 3 now available to download

Alongside the name of the next Android version, Google today released a new Android M Developer Preview. With the final SDK version and “near-final” system images, Google reportedly delayed the…


Fallout Shelter review: Perfect for mobile, but lacks depth

It’s true: Fallout Shelter is an interactive advertisement for Bethesda’s upcoming blockbuster console release, Fallout 4, complete with the franchise’s undeniably cute 1950s Pip-Boy art style. Unlike a lot of people…


Moto G (3rd gen) review

Look to your left. Then to your right. If you’re in a public space, you’re 80% likely to be looking at someone with a smartphone in his or her pocket….

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Review: Smartphones and the NissanConnect infotainment system

It’s not a stretch to suggest that Nissan doesn’t have a reputation for cutting-edge infotainment. Japanese car manufacturers have made leaps and bounds in safety, fuel economy and proximity awareness,…


Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Review

Here’s an understatement: the last half decade has not been kind to Sony. With its well-documented financial troubles and lack of successful product launches, particularly on the mobile front, the…