Will the gravity well from Galaxy S5 capture your interest, or will you streak past with escape velocity?
Qualcomm’s first 64-bit SoC is finally here, but swirling rumors about overheating and poor memory performance continue to smolder. Will the Snapdragon 810 burn up our benchmark charts or just go up in smoke?
The Remix Ultra-Tablet is a unique Android tablet with a Windows feel that costs about half as much as a Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
The LG G3 combines cutting-edge hardware, including a 5.5-inch WQHD screen and laser autofocus system, with a lightweight body and slim bezels to create a phone that was ahead of its time. Is it still worth your consideration? Read on for our impressions.
After shaking things up with the competitively priced One smartphone, OnePlus faces new challenges as the company grows and looks to expand its product lineup.
The Myo uses both motion and gestures to control digital devices—anything from games and applications on your PC to physical devices like quadcopters or the lights in your living room.
Hands-On video showing the flexibility of Lenovo's Yoga Tablet 2 and AnyPen technology, which allows any object with a conductive tip to write on the touchscreen.
Tegra X1's 256-core Maxwell GPU and 8-core big.LITTLE CPU bring greater performance and efficiency to mobile.
The OnePlus One has an off-contract price starting at only $299, but don’t call this smartphone cheap. Hiding behind the OnePlus One’s 5.5-inch HD screen is some high-end hardware.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are bigger and better than ever, but are they a worthy upgrade for existing iPhone users? What if you previously passed over the iPhone because of its small screen, does it now merit a second look?
The Shield Tablet, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra K1 SoC, deftly handles browsing and media playback duties. Combining it with the wireless Shield Controller transforms the 8-inch device into an exciting mobile gaming platform.
With the Internet of Things, Qualcomm sees great potential powering growth in both the abundance and intelligence of devices at the network edge.
Qualcomm wants to expand beyond just smartphones and tablets into robotics, augmented reality glasses, edge computing and the Internet of Everything.
The Snapdragon brand is synonymous with performance. It creates anxiety that competing SoCs feel deep down in their silicon substrate. But can Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 805 maintain its dominance in the Android-based smartphone market?
The Shield Tablet advances both mobile media consumption and gaming by combining the best features of the Tegra Note 7 and Shield handheld gaming device into a compelling mini tablet and wireless controller.
Oppo's N1 sports a unique pivoting camera, a large-format display, and two different operating system options. Are those features enough to make up for an older hardware platform and dicey software optimization in a sea of compelling competition?