When Google's Nexus 9 tablet first came out three months ago, we looked at it in direct comparison with Apple's iPad (which was the better choice). This time, we look at the tablet on its own, and along side HTC's companion folio keyboard. The post Review: Google Nexus 9 Tablet (by HTC) appeared first on […]
LG's first Android Wear device was pretty bland-looking, particularly when compared to the beautiful round Moto 360. Now, LG is back with a round watch of its own. The post Review: LG G Watch R appeared first on WIRED.
Bowflex's smartphone-savvy Max Trainer M5 is about 70 percent stair-stepper, 25 percent elliptical, and five percent torture---but mostly in a good way. The post Review: Bowflex Max Trainer M5 appeared first on WIRED.
Ultimate Ears has done exactly what everyone expected it to do: release a bigger version of its winning portable speaker. The UE Megaboom is bigger, louder, and smarter. It's also our new favorite Bluetooth portable. The post Review: UE Megaboom appeared first on WIRED.
OXO's new cold-brewer is a smartly designed, mostly plastic $50 kit that still requires some trial and error for the perfect coffee. The post Review: OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker appeared first on WIRED.
The new Leveraxe Vipukirves 2 has a wonky, cherry-red axe head that's not only bizarrely shaped, but gives it the power to tear a log a new one. The post Review: Leveraxe Vipukirves 2 appeared first on WIRED.
This Russian-made mobile has a secondary E-Ink screen on the back. Using the e-paper display for text-based apps (surprisingly, many qualify) yields truly amazing battery life. The post Review: YotaPhone 2 appeared first on WIRED.
Another solid entry into the world of smart home devices is Skylink's iPhone-controlled home alarm system. You can arm/disarm it from your Apple handset, and see important notifications wherever you are. It's also easy to set up. The post Review: SkylinkNet Alarm System Kit appeared first on WIRED.