8.5

Test: Google Pixel 3 XL

Google's vision of what a perfect smartphone should be is simple. They want each user to have “their own personal Google,” which makes the Google Pixel 3 the boldest attempt at harnessing the computational powe...
8.6

Test: Apple iPhone Xs Max

How can Apple improve on the imposing and super premium 5.8-inch iPhone X on an “S” year and at a time when flagship smartphone competition is at an all-time high? Adding a larger size, a new color finish, impr...
8.3

Test: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4

Credit goes to Samsung for persevering in the Android tablet space despite most other makers, even Google, seemingly abandoning the form factor. Now that 10-inch tablets are a thing again and geared towards pro...
8.9

Test: Samsung Galaxy Note9

Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 represents the apex of today’s flagship smartphone market in many ways. The overall design remains generally unchanged from last year’s Note 8 offering, but Samsung’s highlighted various ...
8

Test: Apple MacBook Pro 13 (2018)

Apple has finally delivered new MacBook Pros that are truly for professional users. Retaining the previous and somewhat contentious form factor, the new range of 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros are built for the p...

What’s coming in iOS 12?

Like clockwork, Apple showcases its latest software at its yearly Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) in the summer to get ready to launch it in the fall when new iPhones are released. Apple has the unen...
8.7

Test: Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a continuation of the path the South Korean company started last year with the Galaxy S8. Both devices are very similar and nearly identical in look and feel. What's different this y...
8.5

Test: Apple iPhone X: Leaps ahead

While the original iPhone had no viable competitor (the LG Prada was close, but no cigar), it managed to rewrite the rules of what modern smartphones should be. The 2007's iPhone brought multi-touch, real we...