Review: Sidekick LX
For the Sidekick lover, or a soldier in the Hiptop army, the LX is just about the Sidekick you've always dreamed of. However if you're not a dedicated Sidekick aficionado it's difficult to recommend the LX when there's far smaller, more modern devices out there that are far more capable (except when it comes to IM, it's true). Even for aficionados, the LX might not be the answer. While finishing this review, we also received a Sidekick Slide. Feature-wise it's a match for the LX except that it only has a QVGA screen. However, the smaller size, solid build, and better sound quality more than make up for the slightly smaller screen.
Review: LG K20 V for Verizon Wireless
The LG K20 V is one of the least expensive Android smartphones available from Verizon Wireless. This low-cost handset features basics such as a 5.3-inch 720p screen and entry-level Snapdragon 435 processor from Qualcomm.
Hands-On with the LeEco S3
LeEco's S3 smartphone is one of two handsets the Chinese company hopes will entice US buyers to take a chance on the brand. The S3 combines a metal chassis and mid-range specs with lots of video software to make for an affordable content-consumption machine.
Review: LG G Vista for Verizon Wireless
The LG G Vista is a inexpensive, big-screened Android smartphone that scores well on most features. Only a couple things hold it back, but they aren't vital.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8+
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a heavy-hitter that trounces much of the competition. This Android flagship from the world leader in smartphones struts its stuff with pride, despite several pain points that hold it back.
Review: Ring Pro Video Doorbell
The Ring Pro video doorbell is smaller than the original, shoots higher-quality video, and offers lots of under-the-hood software advancements that boost performance across the board. If you want to keep tabs on your front door, the Ring Pro has you covered in more ways than one.