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...

Sony gives Bose a run for its money with the MDR-1000X

Sony makes no bones about going after Bose. In fact, when the company first showed off its product in the lead up to IFA this...

Running with the Apple Watch Nike+

I’m not trying to brag or anything (I am), but I comfortably ran a half marathon wearing the first version of the 42mm Apple Watch...

Review: The NES Classic Edition and all 30 games on it

Nintendo is courting nostalgia for the holidays this year, like pretty much every...

The Powerbeats3 bring some nice upgrades for iPhone owners

The Powerbeats3 don’t look all that different from their predecessors. There are a few tweaks here and there, mostly aimed at getting them to fit...

Acer’s Swift 7 is a sleek ultrabook with a meager processor

Like a barebones PC chassis, the Swift 7 has potential, but lacks a few integral pieces — like a backlit keyboard, for instance. Regardless, in...

Lenovo’s Yoga Book is a fascinating attempt to reinvent the hybrid tablet

No mainstream electronics manufacture is making more interesting, innovative and downright bizarre products than Lenovo. Between its contorting efforts under the Yoga banner and the...

My work only allows Internet Explorer, so I have to manually

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...
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The Ideal Length of Everything Online, Backed by Research

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...