Though occasionally awkward, this photo/image organizer and editor is efficient and powerful. New editing tools, subscription-based access, and online storage with integrated access sweeten the deal for version 8.
Samsung's 850 EVO brings its 3D NAND to consumers in a cheaper package than its Pro series.
Everybody wants a piece of the market Sonos opened to the masses. DTS’s effort is the most interesting so far.
Walnut veneer adds a touch of class to this wireless speaker, which has been updated for the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem.
DTS is off to a good start in the multi-room audio space. You can connect this model to your AV receiver, amplifier, or powered speakers.
Polk lets you take the party poolside with its wireless speaker. It won't survive a dunking, but it will tolerate a splash or two.
The first remotely manageable, FIPS 140-2 level 3 validated USB stick that can run Windows To Go. Pricey, but nicely done.
A nice tablet, now even nicer: This replacement for last year's ElitePad 900 boasts a faster CPU, more memory, longer run-time, and a higher-resolution display.
Encrypted. Tamper-proof. When you need seriously secure digital storage, check the device’s FIPS rating. Here's everything you need to know.
With a tightly focused feature set, a good-looking design, and good performance, the NAS Pro hits the mark for workgroups. But a relatively sparse app store and pricey camera licenses limit its usefulness as an all-in-one SMB server solution.
The syncing works only with Dropbox and Google Drive for now, but it's a cool new perk on this redesigned media-streaming hard drive.
A long-time contender for the best backup-software crown, True Image nearly gets its interface act together.
This Pentium-powered convertible is priced right, but be prepared to accept some compromises in construction and performance.
The yearly update to Cyberlink's signature creative suite offers a number of useful new features as well as support for H.265/HEVC and XAVC-S,
Do you like your browser fast, easy on system resources, or simple to use? We tested Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari, and found surprising differences on these measures.