Review: Sidekick 3
With the new features in the Sidekick 3, the platform has finally caught up to other affordable smartphones in terms of technology. However it is only catching up as the other platforms are likely to leap ahead again soon. In addition, other operating systems are catching up when it comes to ease of use.
For subscribers who are addicted to email but don't use Exchange, the Sidekick 3 is a good option. For users who prefer IM to email, it's the best option. But the Sidekick is no longer the only option for people seeking a data-centric phone that doesn't make them look like a geek.
Review: LG Volt 2 for Boost Mobile
The Volt 2 finds the middle ground in Boost Mobile's assortment of Android devices. The Volt 2 is slightly improved over last year's model, and could be the right side for the phablet averse.
Review: Motorola Moto Z2 Force
The Moto Z2 Force is a semi-rugged — and yet stylish — flagship smartphone from Motorola. This sleek handset boasts dual cameras, top specs, and a nearly unbreakable "ShatterShield" screen.
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.
Review: ZTE Axon M for AT&T
The Axon M is an entirely unique handset in today's market of slim slates. This dual-screened smartphone unfolds to create a large, tablet-sized display for multitasking and enjoying video on a wider canvas.
Review: WeBoost Drive Sleek In-Car Signal Booster
WeBoost's Drive Sleek in-vehicle signal booster amplifies wireless signals inside your car. If you're a mobile professional or road trip fanatic and need better wireless performance when behind the wheel, the WeBoost can help.