Blumoo, a three-inch-tall component for your home audio/video setup, wants to replace your remotes with your Android or iOS device. But is that really a good idea? The post This Tiny Device Lets You Control All Your A/V Gear With a Smartphone appeared first on WIRED.
Let's face it, if you're reading this, you're probably getting an iPhone. The only question is it a 6 or the ginourmous 6 Plus. The post The WIRED iPhone 6 Review: Bigger, Better…and a Little Buggy appeared first on WIRED.
A good fountain pen is a piece of precision engineering and design that can serve you well for many years. But do you really need to part with hundreds of dollars to get one? The post When Buying Fountain Pens, Splurging (a Little) Is Totally Worth It appeared first on WIRED.
Driving the Huracán reveals a Gallardo replacement packed with considerably more refinements and a fierce side that still attacks when provoked. The post With the Huracán, Lamborghini Finally Learns to Refine Itself appeared first on WIRED.
Windows Phone has been struggling to gain market share in the U.S., especially among high-end handset buyers. Now, those itching to give the mobile OS a try have another high-end hardware option: the HTC One. The post One More Time appeared first on WIRED.
With both the 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S, Samsung has managed to stand out in a sea of lookalike tablets. Even more impressive, they’ve managed to do it without resorting to ridiculous gimmicks. The post Light and Bright appeared first on WIRED.
The Pocket Kick from Soundfreaq is small ("pocket" is probably a misnomer, but it is very tiny), it costs $100, and the sound quality it produces puts it at the head of the class of small speakers at this price. The post Jazz in Your Pants appeared first on WIRED.