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AxumGear Sports Earbuds Review

New players in the true wireless earbuds space tend to be a little more aggressive with marketing, which is exactly how AxumGear is taking its approach as a newcomer. For its first-time endeavor,...

Altec Lansing True EVO Wireless Earbuds Review

Altec Lansing – it's a brand that you're probably acquainted with, as it has been in the consumer audio electronics space for a long time. But even though the company has no shortage...

Nokia Steel HR smartwatch Review

Nokia’s been generating a lot of buzz in the past year with the resurgence of their phone brand, helmed by HMD global. Quietly, Nokia Health – still headed by Nokia – has...

ERL Total Wireless Earbuds Review

When they first burst onto the scene, true wireless earbuds were a premium – being reserved largely for early adopters and diehard gadget lovers. Since then, however, prices have been gradually going down....

Samsung Galaxy S9+ vs LG V30

A glance at the Samsung Galaxy S9+ next to the LG V30 wouldn't be enough to pick a favorite. It's just that both have so much in common: immersive OLED displays, dual cameras,...

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ vs Galaxy S8 and S8+

Samsung’s Galaxy series has become synonymous with high-end Android phones, and the newest Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are the best ones so far.But when you have a successful product, you tread carefully,...

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ vs Apple iPhone X

Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ against Apple's iPhone X: that's a classic rivalry among the best in the field – like Lakers vs Celtics, Mercedes vs BMW, CIA vs KGB (oops, not that...

Harman Kardon Allure smart speaker Review

Harman Kardon has long been a respected name in audio, best known for its high-end car and home speaker systems. Of course, the company has also been in the Bluetooth speaker market for...

Samsung Galaxy S9+ vs Galaxy Note 8

Six months after releasing its super-powered phablet — the Note 8 — Samsung is launching its flagship phone duo for 2018 — the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. With such a short distance...

reMarkable tablet review

The reMarkable tablet is something only a real “paper” person—as the company likes to call its potential customers—would ever consider buying. It's not a traditional tablet, in that it doesn't run Android, or...