The Alcatel Idol 4S is the first smartphone to be bundled with a VR headset. Does this pair have what it takes to deliver an exceptional mobile VR experience?
Samsung follows up last year's radical redesign of its Galaxy flagships by fixing common complaints, polishing up the design, and resurrecting microSD support and IP68 environmental protection.
LG just announced its latest Android smartphone at MWC 2016, the G5, and we were able to go hands-on with it and check out its metal design, innovative modular components and dual camera setup.
Meizu’s MX series of Android smartphones are some of the most popular in China, and in 2014 Meizu is planning to release a new handset in North America. Not content to wait, we had the company sent us its current flagship, the MX3, to inspect.
While most of the tech press seems to have been awed by Apple’s colorful "new" iPhone 5c, I’m not biting. It's definitely not cheap, it's made of plastic, and it's hardly new. But of course, this was all obfuscated by Apple’s usual dog and pony show.
Last week we took a trip to Silicon Valley for a briefing on Imagination Technologies' roadmap, including new PowerVR GPUs and the future of MIPS. "There should always be Pepsi wherever there is Coke," it was said, and Imagination wants to be Pepsi.
Our first stop at this year's CES was Nvidia's suite in the Palms, where company representatives showed off pre-production versions of its Shield handheld. Chris Angelini weighs in with some of the specifics, plus his impressions of Nvidia's effort.
Razer continued developing Project Fiona, which we saw at E3 last year, and it's turning into the Edge. We spent some time with it at CES, and are ready with some first impressions, along with a report on the hardware and accessories Razer plans to sell.