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Sennheiser PRESENCE wireless headset review

It’s funny that the “phone” part of “smartphone” has somewhat gotten lost. Many of us prefer typing to communicate rather than frightful human interaction. Then there are those who rely on vocal communication to function on a day-to-day basis. Especially for the business folk, phone calls are still crucial. Bluetooth wireless headsets have been helping

[Review] Take the Aukey wireless outdoor speaker on your next adventure

If you’re looking for a rugged Bluetooth speaker the next time you go camping, then this Aukey speaker may be what you’re looking for. Let’s take a look. First Impressions Weighing in at just over half a pound, this rugged device is perfect for camping, hiking, road trips, etc. The speaker is labeled as water

LG G5 Review: modular marvel or bold blunder?

2016 has so far been a year of impressive flagship phones with perhaps the most unique of the bunch being the LG G5. LG was coming off a year of success with two wonderful flagships (the G4 and V10) receiving rave reviews. Many speculated that the G5 would be a fusion of the two devices – stealing the

Fitbit Blaze review

As the company’s first take on the traditional every day watch design, the Fitbit Blaze falls somewhere between a smartwatch and an activity tracker. On paper the wearable matches up with the likes of Samsung’s Gear Fit family and the Withings Activite Pop. Running a proprietary OS, the Blaze technically offers less practicality and flexibility

Sony Xperia X Performance review: 80% of a great phone

Sony’s new line of smartphones gets a spec boost in the Xperia X Performance, but do a few tweaks to the formula justify its $ 699 cost?

The quick take

The Sony Xperia X Performance is a good phone, but it not only fails to justify its $ 150 premium over its cheaper counterpart, it also falls down as a flagship, too. Too few improvements over the Z5 series, and some frustrating screen responsiveness issues, have  [Read More…]

Greenlight: Taking car safety to the next level (Review)

Driving is not an option is our world. We rely heavily on vehicles to get us to where we need to go. Over the last few decades, we have seen huge leaps in car safety. Better seatbelts, airbags and even more secure ways to install a car seat for babies. We have tons of campaigns

LeEco Le Max 2 review: Welcome to the age of USB-C audio

The LeEco Le Max 2 offers a lot for its asking price, but USB-C audio is going to frustrate a lot of users.

Quick take:

The Le Max 2 is the company’s flagship for 2016, and builds on what we’ve seen with the Le Max. The screen is a more manageable 5.7 inches (from its predecessor’s 6.4 inches), and a 2.15GHz Snapdragon 820 SoC ensures that you won’t see any slowdowns in day-to-day usage. The 21MP  [Read More…]

ASUS ZenFone Max review: Lasts long, and that’s that

The quick take

The maiden ASUS ZenFone Max launched last year was not perfect, but it was a standout performer in the affordable smartphone segment with its stellar battery life. The company recently launched a refresh with upgraded internals and identical design – just months after the first one went on sale. The highlight of the ZenFone Max – battery life — hasn’t changed, and it’s one area where it doesn’t disappoint. In few others, however, it  [Read More…]

Elephone S3 review: An elegant, unlocked, stock Android experience for $180

Designed by Chinese smartphone maker Elephone the S3 is a mid-range handset released in spring of 2016. Sold unlocked, it’s capable of working with GSM carriers on 3G and 4G technologies. If you’re a “typical” US consumer looking for a new phone for AT&T, T-Mobile, or any of their respective prepaid brands, this is the

Samsung S-View Flip Cover review for Galaxy S7 edge

When searching for the best case for your Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, you should look at the official options first.

The official S-View Flip Cover is a popular choice for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. It protects your screen when you’re not using it and gives you access to some of your phone’s features through a window interface. The S-View window is not a gimmick. We’ll show the features in our review.

The Samsung  [Read More…]