After analyzing over one thousand laptops based on internal specs, expert reviews, and aesthetic/external elements, we’ve come up with the top three choices in each of five key categories.
The online merchant’s new Fire is more powerful and less quirky than its predecessors — and its built-in tech support is a breakthrough.
The Sparkup Magical Book Reader lets you record books in your own voice or download pre-recorded books for your kids to play back.
Apple is never going to be a company that makes a phone for everybody. But with the iPhone 5s and 5c, Apple is finally offering new models for two different types of somebody.
More like “grand theft all your free time.”
Welcome back, high-def Donald and Goofy.
Jawbone’s newest Bluetooth sound system is more perfectly pocketable.
What if you could get a DSLR that is small, inexpensive and easy for beginners to use, while still being powerful enough for a more experienced photographer?
Access aims to let you use Windows and OS X programs on your tablet, blurring the lines between tablet operating systems and desktop operating systems.
The image quality is impeccable; the software has some quirks.
The first game from The Fullbright Company creates tension without ghouls and ghosts.
The venerable TV box gets its biggest update in years.