The Motiv Ring is a fitness tracker light on tracking but heavy on style, which is exactly what I want.
Join Dan and Adam as they play BattleTech, a turn-based tactical mach combat game
Samsung always has one of the best cameras in a smartphone, so let's see if the S9+ can take the top spot from the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Going hands on with Samsung's Dual Aperture camera in the Galaxy S9, we see that both f/1.5 and f/2.4 images look good in low-light conditions.
AMD’s Ryzen APU with Radeon Vega graphics could be just what budget-minded gamers need to get through the great GPU crisis of 2018. We've never seen this level of graphical performance on an integrated chip, so we decided to build one of our own.
8bitdo has another retro-inspired controller on their hands, and this is the best one yet.
Razer's Project Linda transforms the Razer Phone into a laptop via its nifty dock.
The mid-range Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra have Snapdragon 630 processors, sport big batteries, run Oreo, and boast a cool new feature: a fingerprint sensor that works in the U.S.
The new Razer Phone packs a serious hardware punch and keeps the Android experience tight. A 120Hz screen and aluminium body give the Phone some street cred, but it's targeted mostly at gamers, Razer fans, and Android enthusiasts
FrontRow is a camera for vlogging and live-streaming your daily activities, but $400 gets you a finely crafted wearable with a merely adequate camera.
Apple made some major improvements to the camera in the iPhone 8 Plus. But is it enough to take the top smartphone camera prize from the LG G6?
The iPhone 8 Plus doesn't appear to be much of an upgrade in terms of its camera, so we pitted it against the iPhone 7 Plus in a series of intense photography tests.
Who needs an SNES Classic? Join us as we build a Raspberry Pi 3-based emulator with all the same great looks as Nintendo's mini console—and even better features.
The Galaxy Note 8 is the first Samsung phone to feature a dual lens camera system. But can it beat Portrait Mode in the iPhone 7 Plus? Let's test them both.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 takes on our current pick for best smartphone camera, the LG G6. Both sport dual cameras, but with vastly different approaches.
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