I don’t know how OnePlus charges $69 for the Bullets Wireless headphones. They support aptX, they’re comfortable, they last for a good while on a single charge, and they automatically connect to your phone. I mean, honestly, these are features you hear about in earbuds
LG doesn’t sell many phones. Whether that’s because its devices are downplayed by the media or there simply isn’t a general interest in its products among consumers, the company tends to lose more and more money each quarter in its mobile division despite earning record
Earlier this year, I got the chance to review FreedomPop, a carrier who offers free data plans for those on serious budgets. It came with plenty of exceptions, but it’s a good service nonetheless. Recently, one of my contacts at FreedomPop reached out and asked
There’s no doubt about it, keyboards can get messy over time. If you share yours with family members, friends, or co-workers, it’s hard to predict just what might happen to it with so many people using it day to day. It can get germ-infested, someone
After announcing the software’s release date last Wednesday, Apple has begun rolling out iOS 12 to millions and millions of iPhone and iPad users. But the question remains: should you install the new software? I’ve been testing iOS 12 since the first beta was released
Remember Spider-Man: Homecoming from last year with Tom Holland? Remember the big ferry scene where Spidey screws everything up and gets unwanted help from Iron Man? And then afterward, they have a conversation? During the back-and-forth, Peter says to Tony Stark, “I wanted to be
Microsoft and Qualcomm have been teasing for what feels like years at this point the forthcoming future when Windows 10 finally runs on ARM-based processors. The benefit to this technology is improved battery life, always-on capabilities, and a constant connection to the internet thanks to
LG has recently stated it will release phones when it sees fit, and not based around the time when competitors are putting out new devices. That’s the exact philosophy the company’s been following throughout 2018, what with the late release of the G7 and the
If you recall, back at CES, Google announced a whole lineup of new smart speakers that came with screens. The idea was to give the end user a visual representation of a Google Assistant response, similar to how Alexa works on Amazon’s Echo Show, and
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is a great smartphone with a gorgeous screen, excellent performance, and exceptional cameras. But its glass design feels fragile in your hand and, if you drop it, there’s a good chance you’ll break it. So I went out searching for a
LG’s latest flagship is here, and it’s pretty generic. But that’s okay.
Virtual reality has been a thing for a number of years at this point, but it’s always pretty much involved your smartphone in some way or another unless you bought something that could connect to your PC. That is, until the first standalone VR headsets
Huawei’s latest wearable is pretty good going into 2018, but we’re not sure if you should buy it.
Lenovo’s latest entry in the Yoga 700 series is for the average Joe, but that’s a good thing.
Huawei’s flagship smartphone is seriously good. Y’know, besides the software.
Five months ago, I published my initial review of Samsung’s monstrous Galaxy Note 8. It succeeded the S8 from earlier in 2017 and packed in a ton more features that power users adore. I loved the smartphone then and thought it stood out well in
Lenovo’s latest business laptop flagship is a fantastic productivity machine, but it isn’t perfect.
Lenovo likes to release a bunch of laptops. Its flagship lineup, the Yoga 900 series, usually gets all the attention from both the public and media. This leaves other series unnoticed by a lot of people such as 700 and 500 collections. Over the past
Motorola’s 2017 flagship is even better headed into 2018, but I’m still not the biggest fan.
Samsung’s 2017 flagship is about to be outdated, but that doesn’t mean it’s still not a great phone.