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    Micro Drone 3.0 Review – Taking Drones To New Heights

    The Extreme Fliers Micro Drone 3.0 started life in 2015 as an Indiegogo campaign that raised over 3000% of their funding goal. In the campaign, they promised a small, modular smart drone for everybody that streams HD footage to phones. They said it would be packed with features like sensor-assisted flying, wind-correction algorithms, a gimbal-mounted […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Review: Masterful

    For several years now, Samsung’s been dominating the world of smartphones. Multi-billion dollar marketing campaigns have made the company wildly successful with the general public, but us tech journalists haven’t always been impressed with Samsung’s handsets. While we universally praised the Galaxy S II for raising the bar, we generally found the S III and […]

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    Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2 IMAX Review

    Warning: Some minor spoilers lay ahead. Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2 begins not too long after the previous movie left off. You’re introduced to the adorable Baby Groot, who will immediately win audiences’ hearts with his funky dance moves. The script is quite hilarious from the start, with plenty of laughs to be had. […]

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    Haze Dual V3 Vaporizer Review

    In order to stay relevant, vape manufacturers must be continually innovating to separate themselves from the competition. That’s why we have the Haze Dual V3, the first portable, dual chamber vaporizer that works with any material and promises to deliver the coolest vapor and smoothest draw. Are the days of owning multiple vapes for different materials […]

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    BlackBerry KeyOne Review

    We’d say that BlackBerry is back, but the truth is they never left. The one-time smartphone king has been on the ropes for years now, but it hasn’t been for lack of trying. The Z30 of 2014 featured compatibility with Android apps, the Priv of 2015 switched to Android and brought back the physical keyboard in […]

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    Sonos Playbase Review

    The Playbase is not Sonos’ first home theater product, but it definitely shows that the company’s design and engineering prowess has jumped up to a whole new level. The Playbase is exactly what we (or at least many of us) want in a home audio system — and that is plenty of audio power without the clutter […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review

    With tablet sales plateauing and lots of decent low-cost options to choose from, premium tablets have become tough sells. Increasingly, we’ve seen tablets billed as creative tools, combined with styluses and keyboards to become good sketchpads in addition to being solid home entertainment devices. Some even go as far as to call themselves PC replacements — what […]

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    Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote Review

    Whether you are giving a presentation in front of a large or small audience, you want it to go smoothly and for all in attendance to understand your message clearly. Although good preparation is important, having an easy way to control the presentation is key. Logitech has come up with the Spotlight Presentation Remote, and […]

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    ZTE Quartz Review

    The excitement surrounding smart watches has drastically died off, with many companies throwing in the towel altogether on their wearables. Yet, ZTE has finally come out with their first smartwatch – the Android Wear 2.0 powered ZTE Quartz. The company has purposely waited to enter the smartwatch market late in the game, so that much […]

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    HyperX Cloud Revolver S Gaming Headset Review

    BANG BANG! Say hello to my HyperX Cloud Revolver S. Coming in at $150, the Cloud Revolver S is HyperX’s premier high-end gaming headset, and is ready for anything you can game on — PCs, consoles, and mobile devices. This headset still features HyperX’s signature memory foam cushions with leatherette and looks almost identical to its […]

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    V-Moda Crossfade Wireless 2 Over-Ear Headphone Review

    Crossfades have been V-Moda’s iconic over-ear headphones and it wasn’t until last year that they released a wireless model. Going wireless was an instant win, delivering high fidelity freedom with a lot of comfort and a lot of battery. Now, the new Crossfade 2s deliver an even more impressive 14+ hour battery, even comfier cushions, […]

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    The Fate of the Furious Movie Review: The Ultimate Carpocalypse

    Flaming cars, high speed chases, completely impossible maneuvers in tightly packed New York City, does that sound like the latest installment of The Fast and The Furious? Yes, you can already hear the engines revving up. With it’s eighth film in the series, you would figure there’s little that can be explored with this franchise […]

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    LG G6 Review: Insanely Great

    LG has a problem. Despite some great products, it continues to play second fiddle to fellow Korean giant Samsung. This is particularly true with phones. Last year’s G5 wasn’t a bad flagship, but LG’s modular approach made too many compromises in areas that really mattered, like materials and build quality. The result was a gimmicky […]

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    Polk Audio MagniFi Mini Sound Bar Review

    You buy a big new TV, the picture quality blew you away in the store, and you’re super excited to watch TV and movies on it. Then, disappointment hits — it turns out that that expensive state-of-the-art TV has horrible audio, and it’s really difficult to make out dialogue. That means it’s time to buy a […]

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    Beauty and the Beast IMAX (2017 Film) Review

    It’s a tale as old as time, but still so true to our hearts. Normally, I don’t write from a personal perspective, but I cannot resist with this film. Beauty and the Beast was MY movie growing up. In a family of five children, living just three and half hours away from Walt Disney World, […]

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    Nintendo Switch Review

    It’s been about a week since Nintendo’s hybrid handheld/home console, the Switch, shipped out. One of many units came to my doorstep, and since then, I’ve been playing it as much as this job allows me to (so, more than I should, but let’s keep that between us). The pressure was on for Nintendo coming […]

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    ZTE Blade V8 Pro Review: Beyond Mid-Range

    ZTE’s best known in the US for making budget phones for budget carriers. But over the past couple years, the Chinese manufacturer’s built a solid reputation for making quality, affordable pseudo-flagships with its line of Axon unlocked handsets. With the Blade V8 Pro (a mouthful, indeed), ZTE is aiming squarely for the mid-range Android market, […]

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    aiFi Ai-1 Review: The Modular Stackable Bluetooth Speaker

    After witnessing the aiFi Speaker Tower, hands on and ears on, we knew that the aiFi Ai-1 Speaker was a serious feat of engineering. By most standards, it’s an everyday portable bluetooth speaker. It connects to most every device via bluetooth or auxiliary cable, has a large rechargeable 8 hour battery, plays loud music, and […]