Google is setting the bar high for its Android partners. Here are a few things Samsung, LG, and others can learn from it.
Now that Google has declared itself a hardware company, designing its smartphone line from the inside out, should its partners be worried?
The Trinity Xtend promises to pull in signals from broadcast towers up to 60 miles away while extending the range of your home Wi-Fi network for internet streaming.
Any $150 smartphone is sure to have flaws, and the G4 Play is no exception, but it’s well worth the asking price.
A rugged phone designed for someone who puts durability ahead of performance.
The Idol 4S is no slouch, but is no match for the stiff competition at this price point.
Sluggish performance and screen that fails to impress make this a bad deal at any price.
This isn't a bad tablet for the price, but the Verizon contract discount isn't a good deal.
Hats off to Terk for building an indoor antenna that can blend into a room's decor.
Made from recycled materials (post-consumer paper waste and recycled cable boxes), this antenna performs great and is priced right.
Despite its omni-directional nature, this antenna couldn’t pull in as many stations as it competitors.
This is a good antenna, just be careful not to pay too much.
Despite a camera that fails to impress, the Grand X Max 2 is a capable phablet for Cricket Wireless customers.
What’s possible is not always what’s advisable.