The ZTE Open C is ZTE’s second smartphone designed specifically for Firefox OS. But the good news is that the device can also run Android 4.4.
Huawei is looking to gain some ground in the U.S. market by offering an affordable off contract smartphone packed with features that many people want. That phone is the Ascend Mate 2, and it’s available at GetHuawei.com for $299. Starting with the design the Ascend Mate 2 isn’t anything that’s going to stand out in the crowd but it’s a pretty decent looking phone. It’s an all plastic rectangular black slab with slightly rounded corners and a tapered back. Despite being made of plastic it feels extremely solid in the hand and the textured back gives the phone a very…
Full review of Doogee Dagger DG550, a 5.5 inch, 1.7 Ghz octa-core smartphone with a 13MP camera and 16GB of storage.
The Samsung Galaxy S5, with it’s IP67 certification, features protection from dust and the occasional splash in the water. But what if that protection isn’t enough? Well, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active could be your solution.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S series is the company’s latest flagship tablet lineup. But does it offer more than its previous premier tablets? We start by taking a look at the smallest of the lot, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4!
The two South Korean phone giants go head to head as we take a closer look at the LG G3 vs the Samsung Galaxy S5!
If you spend a lot of time outdoors then the iMAN i3 could be just the phone you need – it is a 4.3 inch, quad-core device with an IP68 waterproof rating.
The Beats Solo 2 are an updated version of a popular pair of headphones, but do they sound good enough to justify the asking price?
LG is upping the ante again, as the first mainstream manufacturer to offer a smartphone that breaks the Full HD barrier. But is that all the G3 has to offer? We find out in this comprehensive review of the LG G3!
There are certainly a ton of fitness bands out on the market already but that hasn’t stopped a company like Sony from getting in on the action. The Sony Smartband is the company’s first product to be powered by their new Core fitness tracker and in terms of design the band is comprised of two parts. There’s the actual band itself that’s made of a textured silicone and Sony includes two sizes in the box to accommodate various wrist sizes. The band is adjustable via a metal fastener that feels somewhat clumsy but it does a great job at keeping…