Gone are the days when the only way to get your hands on a high-end smartphone was to sign a multi-year agreement with a major carrier.
If you’re willing and able to spend $1299 or more for a web-only computing device, you might love Google’s high-end Chromebook.
Dead Space 3 is pretty to look at, delivers the requisite number of thrills, and stays mostly interesting from the first hour to the 20th. But it’s also a reminder of the gloomy business that surrounds this wonderful pastime.
The OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator lets you use your own clubs to hit the links indoors.
I have a feeling Timbre’s going to live on my iPhone for a long time, if only because it’s such a delight to use.
Seagate’s improved wireless hard drive and app are a boon for maxed-out mobile devices.
Microsoft’s more powerful Windows tablet tries to be more things to more people, but it can’t do everything well
The first BlackBerry 10 handset gets a once great phonemaker back in the game, but it needs more apps and fewer bugs
Out of the entire first wave of Windows 8 hybrids that launched late last year, Acer’s Iconia W510 was the one that interested me most. It’s all the more heartbreaking, then, that it isn’t very good.
Musicians and music teachers over the past year have asked what I think of the AvantGrand as time’s gone by. Is it reliable? Has it broken down? Have I spent any money repairing it? Do I still like the sounds?
You’d think a guy named “Guy” who goes poking around ancient booby-trapped temples might have learned by now.