Wave Is A Powerful & Inexpensive eBike

Let’s face it, electric bikes are expensive. For all of their planet-saving goodness, they’ll run you somewhere between $1000 to $6000 depending on the manufacturer. Even with these high price points, demand Read More

Meet ZTE’s Bezel-less Nubia Z9

Bezels are so 2007. They’re a relic of a past age when we couldn’t make screens that were durable enough and inexpensive enough to span every edge of your smartphone. Now, ZTE’s Read More

Concerned About Privacy? The BlackPhone 2 Is For You

Android has a privacy problem. Not only is there an issue with the way that apps handle permissions, but your apps (including Google’s) are likely spying on you and collecting your data Read More

Sony Teases Its First Google Cast Receivers And Sound Bars

Earlier this year, Google announced that it’ll be taking on Sonos head on with its new Google Cast functionality. Now Sony is giving the first glimpses of the product that will serve Read More

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Stand Apart From The Pack With CyberPower’s Fang Trinity

Tired of expressing your gamer identity with LED lights and insanely huge cases? Gaming PC manufacturer CyberPower PC is hoping you are. That’s why they’ve released a truly unique looking PC called Read More

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HTC Refreshes The One M8 For 2015

History will likely remember the HTC One M8 as the best Android flagship phone of 2014. Future smartphone historians will also point out that the One M8 likely bought HTC some time Read More

Onkyo’s DAC-HA300 Wants To Be The Audiophile’s iPod

Thanks to Neil Young’s Pono Player there’s finally a market for portable music players (PMPs) for audiophiles. Onkyo hopes to enter the new high fidelity PMP market with its new aluminum-wrapped 3-in-1 Read More

Dyson’s New Bladeless Fan Will Get Rid Of Viruses, Bacteria And Pollen

Dyson has been offering bladeless fans for a while. The British vacuum giant recently announced an upgrade to their bladeless fan product line that will allow the fans to filter out ultrafine Read More