Samsung’s Gear S3 goes a little too big

Samsung’s never shied away from going big. Big phones, big TVs, big watches. In fact, that was one of the defining characteristics for the first...

HP’s OMEN X is a powerful and mostly satisfying gaming cube

A Maingear and HP collaboration, the OMEN X is a good example of how far a consumer computer manufacturer will go to try and cater...

8Bitdo’s NES30 and Retro Receiver for NES Classic is the ideal wireless controller

If you are one of the lucky few who either managed to get an NES Classic Edition already, or who will likely be getting one...

Inboard’s M1 electric skateboard offers stiff competition

Boosted Board, long been considered the de facto electric skateboard, finally has some competition from a rival also based in California. Price as Reviewed: $1399 at Inboard The Inboard...

Bragi’s The Headphone proves fully wireless earbuds can be great

Bragi’s first product, the Dash, was incredibly ambitious, combining totally wireless earbuds with...

Master & Dynamic’s MW50 on-ear headphones are comfy but costly

The MW50 are on-ear headphones that perform like a pair of over-ears. They’re nice to look at, comfortable and, at $449, pretty pricey. The headphones...

Amazon capping user reviews at five per week

Amazon user reviews have come under fire for their authenticity, and the Seattle based e-commerce giant is taking steps to insure that product reviews are legit. When it comes to...

Watch Dogs 2 lampoons Silicon Valley with open-world hacking fun

Remember Watch Dogs? It was like Grand Theft Auto except it took itself...

LeEco’s Le Pro3 is cheap, fast and frustrating

LeEco would like nothing more than to be everything to everyone. The impulse is no better demonstrated than with the company’s grand U.S. debut a...

Dyson’s V8 cordless is your best bet for ditching your heavy plug-in vacuum

Dyson’s V8 cordless vacuum is the latest in a long line of the company’s portable category, and it has a more powerful motor that drives...