Tag: Reviews

Operating System, Windows

Microsoft is testing out this new way of delivering Windows 10 features

January 27, 2021

Via: ZDnet

Microsoft is testing a new way of delivering features to Windows 10 machines via the Windows Feature Experience Pack. Microsoft started experimenting with the Windows Feature Experience Pack along with the release of the May 2020 Windows 10 update last […]

App Review, Applications

New Google Play Store feature could make choosing the right app so much easier

October 29, 2020

Via: Mashable

Google is working on a new feature for its Play Store that could save you loads of time when looking for that ideal app. Noticed by Android Police, the feature is called Compare apps. It shows up when you open […]

Gadgets, Products

Apple Watch Series 4 review: the best gets better

September 19, 2018

Via: The Verge

The greatest Apple product comeback story of the past few years has, without a doubt, been the Apple Watch. Launched with great fanfare four years ago, the initial version tried to do way too much with way too little, and […]


Best Laptops: Holiday 2016

November 17, 2016

Via: Anandtech

It’s time for our latest look at the laptop market for the holiday season. Overall, there haven’t been a lot of changes since the last update, but there are some new additions to the list, and some venerable favorites have […]

Android Phone, Products

Review: Updated: HTC Desire 530

September 9, 2016

Via: Tech Radar

The HTC Desire 530 is cheap at just £129 and it seems to be aimed at the youth of today. But expectations of what a budget phone can do are rapidly evolving, and it’ll take more than a splash of […]


Review: One Device to Cure Your Gadget-Charging Headaches

November 18, 2015

Via: WSJ mobile

I went in search of the best multi-port USB wall chargers, testing 15 different options—even some that let you charge laptops as well as phones and tablets. But identifying which one best solves your charging nightmare comes down to listing […]


Top 6 most expensive mass-produced smartphones of 2015

October 19, 2015

Via: itCurated

If you’re rich and want to buy a super-expensive smartphone, you have plenty of options to choose from. However, these handsets that cost thousands of dollars (and sometimes even more) are not regular, mass-produced devices. They’re limited edition models that […]


Hands-on review: LG V10

October 2, 2015

Via: itCurated

I’m convinced Dr. Ram-chan Woo and his LG design team are really mad scientists determined to bend and shape unique smartphones. The LG V10 is their latest Frankensteinian creation, launching in South Korea on October 8 and worldwide later this […]

Android Phone

Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay could lead to safer transactions

September 28, 2015

Via: Adam Doud

One thing that has always bugged me about credit card hacking is that they’re so avoidable. Apple Pay and Android Pay are taking great steps toward avoiding them with the use of tokenization. “What is tokenization?” you ask. Well, put […]


Review: AAXA’s iPad mini-sized P700 blasts videos at 4x the brightness of iPhone-sized projectors

September 25, 2015

Via: itCurated

Pico projectors — video projectors small enough to fit in pockets or bags — are handy if you need to carry a tool that can display videos on a surface much larger than your iPhone’s screen. And if you’re willing […]


Apple TV reviews have started rolling in

September 11, 2015

Via: Yoni Heisler

For the first time in years, Apple finally unveiled an Apple TV worth getting excited about. With a new Siri-enabled and touch-based remote, universal search, and gaming support, it’s apparent that the Apple TV is fully prepared to jump from […]


Smartphone apps are making us more committed

July 29, 2015

Via: David Glance

We all struggle to make a decision to do something now that will be good for us later on. It takes self-control and is amazingly easy to subvert. Getting fit, eating less, studying more, and many similar plans, are made, […]

App Review, Editorial

Are mobile applications really changing the way we work?

July 28, 2015

Via: IT Curated

The modern work style driven by technology amplifies diversity. Devices are pushing limits and expanding innovation, numbers and functionality. Applications bring the “service” model into the work environment. This makes possible instant acquisition and activation of various services, outsourcing responsibilities […]

Android Phone

6 affordable Android phones you’ll actually enjoy using

July 8, 2015

Via: itCurated

It wasn’t long ago that budget-level Android phones were universally dreadful devices. For years, paying less than $300 for an unlocked smartphone got you a barely usable handset with subpar performance, ancient software and an appalling display. It was only […]


The Dell Venue 10 7000 is a fab media tablet, but it stinks for work

July 8, 2015

Via: James Pikover

As much as I love playing catch up on Game of Thrones, there’s always something else to do. Another email to follow up on, another project to tackle, another story to write. And why not? I love my job! That’s […]

App security

Chairman of the Joint Chief says global security is most unpredictable in his 40 years of service in latest US military strategy

July 5, 2015

Via: itCurated

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs indicates that today’s global security environment is the most unpredictable than he has seen in 40 years of service. Since the last National Military Strategy was published in 2011, global disorder has significantly increased […]

Android Phone

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (5.5-inch) Review

May 19, 2015

Via: itCurated

Even though we’re quite familiar with Alcatel’s line of mobile phones, most consumers are still widely in the dark regarding the actual existence of the company – more so when they’ve yet to deliver a compelling phone worthy enough to […]


New MacBook Review: Stupidly Thin

April 20, 2015

Via: Sean Hollister

The new MacBook is a marvel of engineering. It’s beautiful, and far more functional than a computer this size has any right to be. But it’s not for me, and I doubt it’s for you, either. It’s just too damn […]

App Review

Apple Maps new feature gives you in-search access to TripAdvisor and reviews

April 6, 2015

Via: itCurated

Apple might have been too hasty to release Apple Maps back in 2012, especially considering that it was not yet ready for prime time. Who could forget some of the ugly stories that came out around that time. CEO Tim […]


Review: Lenovo Horizon 2s

February 24, 2015

Via: itCurated

Introduction and design The Lenovo Horizon 2s, the smaller, $949 (£899, about AU$1,084) sibling to the super-sized Lenovo Horizon 2, joins in a growing line-up of portable all-in-one PCs with touchscreens. In other words, giant Windows tablets with stands. Similar […]