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REVIEW: How BlackBerry KeyOne Blends The Best Of BlackBerry And Android

BlackBerry has been struggling in the smartphone market but its newest smartphone could change that. Find out what makes KeyOne the perfect BlackBerry Android phone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 26, 2017

Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA Review Roundup: Can The Pricey 2-in-1 Impress Critics?

Asus released a high-end laptop as their player in the Chromebook competition. See what reviewers have to say about the sleek and versatile Asus Chromebook Flip.

Computers February 25, 2017

REVIEW: Zoom In On The ExoLens Pro, A High-End Lens For Your iPhone 7

If you want to take better shots using your iPhone, try using the ExoLens Pro accessories. The company collaborated with lens optics giant ZEISS to come up with three great lenses for your iPhone.

Gadgets February 19, 2017

Nintendo Switch vs Wii U: How The Game Consoles Are Different

With the upcoming launch of Nintendo Switch, comparisons are now being made between the unit and its predecessor, the Wii U. How are they different and how has Nintendo changed its strategy to win over gamers?

Gadgets February 5, 2017

Move Over, Snapchat Spectacles: The PogoCam Is A Mini, Magnetic Camera Perfect For Sunglasses

PogoTec’s new mini camera is ready to take over from Snapchat Spectacles. Get to know the PogoCam’s versatile design and features before its release in March 2017.

Gadgets January 29, 2017

Best Android Apps For Your Chromebook

Google has announced that all Chromebooks to be released in 2017 and beyond will be able to support Android Apps. Here are some apps you might consider to install in your Android compatible Chromebook.

Computers January 28, 2017

Super Retro Boy At CES 2017: Here's A Closer Look At The Game Boy Remake

Retro-Bit unveiled the Super Retro Boy at CES 2017. Now, experts weigh in on how the device fares in a hands-on demo.

Video Games January 8, 2017

'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Spoiler-Free Review: The Prequel That The Original Trilogy Deserves

'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' is the first anthology film in the Star Wars universe. The movie is not just the prequel that the original 'Star Wars' trilogy deserved, but also the one that it needed.

Movies/TV Shows December 20, 2016

Google Daydream vs. Oculus Rift: Which VR Headset Should You Buy?

Google has released its latest virtual reality headset Google Daydream, which is compatible with a limited selection of smartphones at the moment. Here is a comparison between Daydream and its popular rival Oculus Rift.

Gadgets November 12, 2016

Google Home Review Roundup: What Tech Experts Are Saying About Google's Amazon Echo Competitor

It's been a long time coming, but the Amazon Echo finally has capable competition to keep it on its toes. Competition comes by way of Google Home, and in a few months, we could also see the rise of Apple's own smart speaker.

Smart Home November 4, 2016

Apple Should Have Named The New MacBook Pro Something Else: Perhaps The New MacBook Air Instead?

Power users and professionals are not happy with the new MacBook Pro models that Apple recently unveiled. Perhaps it would have been better if the computers were given the MacBook Air branding instead?

Apple November 2, 2016

PS4 Pro vs Xbox One Scorpio: Which Console Will Emerge The Most Powerful?

Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro is set for a November 2016 release with almost the same price tag as the standard PS4. Microsoft's Xbox One Scorpio, on the other hand, is coming in 2017, but other details are still to be confirmed.

Microsoft October 25, 2016

Google Pixel And Pixel XL: Top 5 Drawbacks That May Be Deal Breakers For Some

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL are among the hottest smartphones currently on the market, but they're not perfect. Here are the top five drawbacks that may weigh down on your pros and cons list.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 25, 2016

Lenovo Yoga Book Review Roundup: Is The 2-in-1 Tablet A Game Changer?

Lenovo's Yoga Book is a sight to behold with specs that are perfect for light to average laptop users. Despite areas that are lacking, the 2-in-1 tablet has some excellent features that are worth considering.

Tablets October 17, 2016

Apple Watch Series 2 Review Roundup: Smartwatch Or Fitness Tracker?

Apple Watch Series 2 rolled out and the new iteration of the wearable is aimed at a very specific demographic. The Apple Watch 2 is packed with features that make it a good smartwatch and a great fitness tracker.

Wearable Tech September 14, 2016

'ReCore' Review Roundup: What Gamers Have To Say About The Robot-Filled Shooter

Comcept and Armature Studio's 'ReCore' is now out for both the Xbox One and Windows PC. So what do gamers think of the robot-filled action-adventure third-person shooter?

Video Games September 13, 2016

iPhone 7 Review Roundup: What Tech Experts Are Saying

The first reviews of the iPhone 7 have started to pour in, and we've synthesized the relevant information so you know if you should upgrade. Take a look at what tech experts are saying about Apple's latest smartphone.

Cellphones September 13, 2016

Review: 'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' Is A Solid Sequel, But Far From A Revolution

The latest entry in the 'Deus Ex' franchise is true to the franchise's excellent roots, even if it struggles to move the series forward.

Video Games August 23, 2016

'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' Review Round Up

'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' has turned out to be a great experience for the most part. Critics seem to be in love because right now it sits high with an 84 score on MetaCritic.

Video Games August 20, 2016

Xbox One S Review Roundup: 4K Glory And What The Xbox One Should Have Been

Microsoft announced the Xbox One S, which has a slimmer form factor and tweaked hardware. Here is a review roundup of the latest gaming console.

Video Games August 8, 2016

Spoiler-Free 'Suicide Squad' Review: Chaotic, But Isn't That The Point?

'Suicide Squad' has mostly been on the wrong end of movie reviews with its chaotic plot. Chaos could be the whole point of the film though, pushed by Margot Robbie's great performance as Harley Quinn.

Movies/TV Shows August 7, 2016

Review: 'Batman: The Killing Joke' Is A Flawed Adaptation Of A Classic Story

'Batman: The Killing Joke' is one of DC's most highly anticipated adaptations in recent memory. Did it make the jump to the small screen intact, or should it have stayed a comic book?

Movies/TV Shows July 27, 2016

Review: 'The Hellblazer: Rebirth' #1 Shows That Sometimes A Reset Isn't Always Better

Although John Constantine returns to London in 'The Hellblazer: Rebirth,' everyone's favorite magician is not quite the same, and his new story shows that sometimes, a rebirth isn't always for the better.

Comic Books July 20, 2016

Review: Action-Packed 'Green Arrow' #3 Confronts The Ninth Circle

There is a lot going on in 'Green Arrow' #3: from Oliver breaking into his own company to both Diggle and Black Canary searching for their own version of truth.

Comic Books July 20, 2016

Review: 'The Technomancer' Could Scratch That 'Mass Effect' Itch

Spiders' 'The Technomancer' is a worthy RPG, and not just because it's highly entertaining to play. It also often bears a close resemblance to 'Mass Effect,' and that isn't a bad thing.

Video Games July 6, 2016

Review: Oliver Queen Loses Everything In 'Green Arrow' #2

What dies must become reborn. In 'Green Arrow' #2, Oliver Queen experiences a true rebirth after a betrayal that results in him losing everything, including his name, his home, his reputation, his friends and even his life.

Comic Books July 6, 2016

Review: 'LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Is A New Hope For The Series

With new gameplay elements, tons of characters and plenty of Star Wars fan service, 'LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens' is everything fans want from a LEGO game set in a galaxy far, far away.

Video Games July 1, 2016

Review: 'Inside' Features Great Ideas And Tons Of Missed Potential

'Inside' desperately tries to evolve past its developer's previous titles — unfortunately, it never truly does. There are some great moments tucked away, but players will be fighting off frustration more than anything.

Video Games June 30, 2016

AMD Radeon RX 480 Review Roundup: Does The Powerful $200 Graphics Card Live Up To The Hype?

AMD's $200 Radeon RX 480 graphics card capable of delivering performance similar to the current $500 graphics cards launched on June 29. The early reviews are in and we check out if the card lives up to the hype.

Gadgets June 30, 2016

Huawei MateBook Review Roundup: Is The Sleek 2-In-1 Worth The Buy?

Huawei recently released its sleek laptop-tablet hybrid dubbed MateBook. For those who are wondering if this 2-in-1 Windows 10 device is worth the buy, here is a review roundup.

Computers June 30, 2016

Review: 'Pac-Man 256' Is A Fun Twist On A Classic Formula

It's hard to believe that Pac-Man is still kicking these days — but if 'Pac-Man 256' is any indication, Bandai Namco still has a few tricks left up its sleeve.

Video Games June 23, 2016

Bose QuietComfort 35 Review: Bose's Noise-Cancelling Headphone Goes Wireless Finally And It's Better Than We Thought

Bose has finally managed to make a wireless headset that features the noise-cancelling capabilities for which it is known. Meet the QuietComfort 35.

Audio/Video June 23, 2016

Review: In 'Wonder Woman' #1, Diana Asks An Old Enemy For Help

'Wonder Woman' #1 sees Diana searching for the truth behind who she is, but while she searches for someone to help her, old allies fight their way back into her world.

Comic Books June 22, 2016

'Halo Wars 2' Beta Impressions: Dead On Arrival

'Halo Wars 2' looked promising enough, especially when Microsoft announced that a beta was on the way. Unfortunately, a beta is only effective if it actually works.

Video Games June 16, 2016

Review: In 'Green Arrow' #1, Oliver Queen Faces A New Threat That Feels Too Familiar

In 'Green Arrow' #1, Oliver begins to realize that his help to Seattle isn't enough, especially once he begins learning about the dark underbelly of those he believes he can trust.

Comic Books June 15, 2016

'Mirror's Edge Catalyst' Review Roundup: What Gamers Have To Say About The Dystopic Parkour Title

'Mirror’s Edge Catalyst' hit the shelves on June 7 and the initial reviews from game experts have been submitted. Here’s the latest review roundup of the game’s mechanics, strengths and weaknesses that experts have spotted.

Video Games June 9, 2016

Review: In 'Wonder Woman Rebirth' #1, Diana's Story Keeps Changing For The Better

In 'Wonder Woman: Rebirth' #1, Diana, princess of the Amazons, struggles with her identity as she attempts to uncover the lost truth about her origin and her true self.

Comic Books June 8, 2016

Review: Experience The First Meeting Of Oliver And Dinah In 'Green Arrow: Rebirth' #1

In 'Green Arrow: Rebirth' #1, Oliver Queen meets Dinah Lance, aka Black Canary, for the first time. That meeting is just as exciting as fans might expect as the two tackle Seattle together.

Comic Books June 1, 2016

Review: 'Overwatch' Proves That Multiplayer-Only Games Can Work

Multiplayer-only games have gotten a bad rap over the past few years, but can Blizzard's first new property in nearly two decades finally make the formula work? Can 'Overwatch' break the curse of multiplayer-only games?

Video Games May 26, 2016

Early 'Warcraft' Reviews Are In, And They Aren't Good

What's the verdict on the upcoming 'Warcraft' film? It's still early, but inital reviews aren't positive.

Movies/TV Shows May 25, 2016

Review: 'Homefront: The Revolution' Is A War Better Left Unwaged

This long-in-development open-world shooter fails at nearly everything it sets out to do.

Comic Books May 24, 2016

Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC Review Roundup: Largest Landmass For An Add-On Worth The Buy?

'Fallout 4' DLC 'Far Harbor' is making its way to homes of gamers here and there. Here's what they think of the ups and downs of the 'largest landmass for an add-on.'

Video Games May 23, 2016

Review: 'Preacher' Delivers Twisted Violence, Dark Humor And A Fun Ride

Although the 'Preacher' adaptation took nearly 20 years to make it to the screen, AMC's television series not only does the comic book justice, but also delivers a bloody and entertaining ride.

Movies/TV Shows May 20, 2016

'X-Men: Apocalypse' Spoiler-Free Review: This One's For The Fans

'X-Men: Apocalypse' has been getting mixed reviews, with many saying that it is a step back from its predecessor, 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.' That might not be entirely true though, especially for entrenched fans of 'X-Men' lore.

Movies/TV Shows May 20, 2016

Review: Doom 2016 Is A (Mostly) Triumphant Return For The Series

The new 'Doom' (2016) game was met with quite a bit of criticism before launch — so, what's the final verdict on Id Software's latest first-person shooter?

Video Games May 18, 2016

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