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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.

REVIEWS 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.

REVIEWS 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?

REVIEWS May 18, 2016

Review: 'The Witch' Blu-Ray Adds Historical Context To One Of The Most Unique Horror Films In Years

'The Witch' on Blu-ray is scant on content, but the historical context of the special features is essential for the movie's fans.

REVIEWS May 17, 2016

Moto 360 Sport Review

Motorola targets its already great Android Wear smartwatch at the fitness community.

REVIEWS December 29, 2015

Amazon Fire HD 10 Review: A Budget 10-Inch Tablet Built For Content But Not Much Else

Amazon's latest 10-inch tablet is an excellent content delivery mechanism that doesn't quite cut it as a full-fledged tablet.

REVIEWS December 15, 2015

Blue Lola Review: New Headphones Firmly Focused On The Hi-Fi Fundamentals

Blue Microphone's latest headphones eschew high-tech for high-fidelity.

REVIEWS December 14, 2015

Apple Smart Battery Case Review, Cupertino Takes The Fight to Mophie

Apple takes one step forward and two steps back with an awkward proprietary take on the iPhone battery case.

REVIEWS December 10, 2015

Review: JBL Everest Elite 700, Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones Built For Long Plane Rides

JBL's created a well-designed pair of headphones that hit (almost) all the right notes.

REVIEWS December 9, 2015

Hands-On With The Samson Z55 Headphones: Well Designed And Crisp-Sounding But Not All About That Bass

The Samson Z55 headphones have a lot going for them, but bass response isn't it. Despite that, the headphones are well designed and are clear and crisp in the high end.

REVIEWS November 26, 2015

Apple iPad Pro Review: A Beautiful and Powerful Tablet That Won't Be Replacing My Laptop Any Time Soon

Apple looks to redefine the tablet space yet again with a gorgeous 12.9-inch display and some serious horsepower. But is the Pro a true laptop replacement or just a big ole iPad?

REVIEWS November 17, 2015

HTC One A9 Review: A Marshmallow Handset That Blends Into The Crowd

It may share the iPhone's good looks, but this otherwise middling handset isn't the blockbuster HTC is looking for.

REVIEWS November 10, 2015

Motorola Droid Turbo 2 Review: A Rugged, Long-Lasting Handset Wrapped Up In Verizon Red Tape

The latest Droid sports a shatterproof screen, tremendous battery life, and a whole lot of Verizon.

REVIEWS November 3, 2015

Sonos Play: 5 (2015) Review Roundup: $499 But Totally Worth It

The Sonos Play: 5 is a second-generation WiFi speaker that’s been designed to deliver a full wireless speaker experience that Sonos has been known for. With shipping slated to begin on Nov. 25, the decision on whether to buy or not may be made a little easier by catching up with some dependable reviews.

REVIEWS October 31, 2015

Google Nexus 5X Review: The Best Android Phone $379 Can Buy

Android 6.0 gets the budget handset it deserves

REVIEWS October 23, 2015

Fake Reviews Are Becoming Rampant: Here's How To Spot Them

Amazon set the tone with its 5-star review system, allowing customers to praise or denigrate a product or a location. If you looked for a quick list to help you sort out the fake reviews, here it is.

REVIEWS October 22, 2015

Google Nexus 6P Review: Android 6.0 Gets The Well-Rounded Flagship It Deserves

A review of Huawei's terrific new 5.7-inch Android Marshmallow handset.

REVIEWS October 21, 2015

Martian Aviator Review: A Smartwatch With An Analog Heart

Martian's wearables marry smartwatch technology with old-school timekeeping.

REVIEWS October 15, 2015

Roomba 980 Review: iRobot's Terrific Wi-Fi-Enabled Robot Vacuum Will Clean Up Your Floors, Bank Account

iRobot's latest Roomba is packed with some terrific new features like smartphone integration, smart charging, and improved navigation. And it's got a price tag to match.

REVIEWS October 13, 2015

iPhone 6s Review: Apple's Flagship Learns Some Cool New Tricks

It may look a lot like last year's model, but the iPhone 6s has some great new features up its sleeve.

REVIEWS October 9, 2015

Kobo Touch 2.0 Review: A Utilitarian E-Reader Without the Shine

Kobo's made some slight upgrades to its low-end e-reader.

REVIEWS October 5, 2015

Motorola Moto X Pure Edition Review: The New King of The Mid-Tier

We take a look at Motorola's terrific new flagship Android smartphone.

REVIEWS September 28, 2015

Philips Outs AmbiLux 4K TV That Attempts To Make Viewing Experience More Immersive (Or Not)

Following the success when it debuted the Ambilight, Philips came out with the Ambilux, a smart TV that promises a more immersive viewing experience.

REVIEWS September 6, 2015

Review: Using Palette To Control Your Favorite Music Editing Software

Palette Gear has released a modular control surface designed to work with photo editing software, video editing software and music editing software. Just how well does it work in MIDI mode?

REVIEWS September 4, 2015

Logitech MX Master Review: Its Best Mouse Yet

Logitech has released its newest mouse, the MX Master, offering a sleek design and great functionality. It offers a number of great features, including programmable buttons.

REVIEWS March 27, 2015

Artsy Update for Amazon Fire Phone. But Does it Matter?

Amazon rolls out a massive update for the Fire phone, with updates to Firefly and the smartphone's camera headlining the package. If you're still unsure about the Fire phone, check out our video review at the bottom of the story.

REVIEWS December 21, 2014

GeekDesk Max Electric Height-Adjustable Desk Review

When the high-capacity motors of the GeekDesk Max engage, the Max transforms from ordinary office furniture into a sky scraping juggernaut within in seconds. But with inexpensive alternatives coming from Kickstarter and major manufacturers like IKEA will GeekDesk still stand tall?

REVIEWS December 18, 2014

Nexus 6 Hands-On Review: Big, Pure, Powerful Android

Holding the three Nexus phones (4, 5 and the new Nexus 6), it really is shocking how far the Nexus line, the flagship smartphone from Google, has come. And now, we have the Nexus 6. And guess what: It’s huge. It’s powerful. And it’s fantastic… if you can get over how huge and expensive it is.

REVIEWS November 13, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Hand-On Review: King of the Phablets

Samsung's next big thing, the Galaxy Note 4 in finally here. With strong contenders coming from LG, HTC and Apple is a metal frame, 2k screen and a pen enough to make the Note 4 king of the phablets?

REVIEWS November 3, 2014

Plastic, but fantastic? HTC announces HTC One E8 a value version of HTC One M8

HTC claims that the new, plastic-bodied HTC One E8 offers all the goodness of the metal-bodied One M8. The E8 may offer a substantially lower price, but the Chinese market will probably be the first to find out.

REVIEWS June 3, 2014

Apple's Tim Cook lashes back at 'Haunted Empire,' trashes book as 'nonsense'

The new book, "Haunted Empire," hit sensitive nerves of Apple's CEO Tim Cook, who eventually called the book as "nonsense."

REVIEWS March 19, 2014

Libratone Loop wireless AirPlay speaker is 360 Scandinavian and fully awesome

The Libratone Loop speaker features an iconic design, beautiful sound and effortless setup. It's the perfect home speaker for small spaces and fans of Scandinavian design.

REVIEWS March 16, 2014

Hisense X1: Is it a smartphone or a phablet?

Hisense X1 is the first Android smartphone to sport a massive 6.8-inch display, blurring the thin line between smartphones and phablets.

REVIEWS January 11, 2014

Martian smartwatches are really smart - they obey voice commands

Martian has unveiled the Martian Notifier smartwatch, which can process voice commands for simple actions, at CES 2014.

REVIEWS January 8, 2014

Sphero 2B will steamroll its way to your heart

Sphero 2B robotic toy by Orbotix, unveiled at CES 2014, can do high-speed tricks and is agile enough to jump and tumble.

REVIEWS January 10, 2014

Apple products dominate Walt Mossberg's list of 12 most influential devices in his final column

Walt Mossberg has revealed names of 12 of the most influential technology products he had reviewed over the past two decades.

REVIEWS December 18, 2013

Samsung ATIV Book 8 (Review)

Samsung ATIV Book 8 has been positioned as the successor of Series 7 Chronos, but is it what Samsung needs?

REVIEWS December 17, 2013

Hyundai 'The Walking Dead Chop Shop' (review)

Hyundai's 'The Walking Dead Chop Shop' gets you - or rather your car - ready for the zombie apocalypse.

REVIEWS November 23, 2013

Flipboard for Windows 8.1 Review

Flipboard is probably the best news reader available for Windows 8.1.

REVIEWS November 20, 2013

WinZip 18 Pro Review

Is WinZip 18 Pro the best app for compressing and decompressing files? It seems that way.

REVIEWS November 19, 2013

Google Play Music hits App Store: All-you-can-hear for only $9.99/month

Available for Android users for months, Google's Play Music finds its way to Apple's App Store.

REVIEWS November 17, 2013

PlayStation 4 launches, gets mixed reviews

Reception for Sony's PlayStation 4 praise the console's advanced technology, yet laments the lack of quality games available.

REVIEWS November 17, 2013

ImageQuilts lets you make collage using Google image search

ImageQuilts, a Chrome extension, lets a user create a collage using Google image search.

REVIEWS November 17, 2013

Nvidia Tegra Note 7 review roundup: We love the stylus

According to critics, Nvidia Tegra 7 is a powerful and inexpensive device and its biggest selling point seems to come from its DirectStylus technology which works pretty well.

REVIEWS November 13, 2013

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