Review: Samsung Epix
The Epix has a touch screen and offers haptic feedback when touched. Combined with the stylus, you have plenty of options for interacting with the Epix. The screen is responsive to touch and registered input most of the time with having to double tap. The haptic feedback is not localized; the entire device vibrates when the screen is pressed. It probably provides more feedback than is necessary. In my opinion, the haptic vibrations are a little too harsh and last a little too long. But having the option to use the full QWERTY keyboard or the screen itself to interact with the Epix adds to its appeal.
Review: Anker Soundcore Space NC Bluetooth Headphones
Soundcore's Space NC over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones offer noise cancellation on a budget. If you're interested in listening to your favorite tunes in relative peace, the Space NC get the job done at a fraction of the cost of leading brands.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung's Galaxy S8 flagship raises the bar for smartphones thanks to its eye-popping display, attractive design, and blistering performance. This Android handset impresses in nearly every way.
EPIX to Let Subscribers Download Movies for Offline Play
Sep 15, 2015
EPIX today said customers who use its mobile application will soon be able to download movies and television shows for playback when offline. Offline play will be made available to Amazon's Kindle Fire-branded devices and all Apple and Android mobile devices.
Alcatel Relaunches Watch as Go Play Accessory
Sep 3, 2015
Alcatel today announced a new version of its smartwatch called the Go Watch. The smart wearable has been given a new exterior design to match the Go Play handset.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore Taking Leave of Absence
Oct 21, 2015
Joe Belfiore, one of the chief driving forces behind Windows Phone, is taking a break from his job at Microsoft. Belfiore plans to take a leave of absence from November through mid-2016, during which time he will be focusing on his family.