Review: Fujifilm X10

<strong>Short version:</strong> A stylish and fun alternative to the likes of the Canon G12 and Nikon P7000. It's not the quickest on the draw, and the build quality is obviously a step down from its

Review: Iomega 2TB Mac Companion Hard Drive

Iomega's Mac Companion hard drive is a 2TB ($349, 3TB model is $449) desktop drive with a few features that make it interesting to the average Mac (or PC) owner. While it doesn't have the bells, whist

Review: Skyrim

<strong>Short version:</strong> While Skyrim does almost nothing to address the weaknesses of its predecessors, it expands on the strengths to such an extent that even its most substantial flaws seem

Review: Motorola Atrix 2

An attractive and comfortable phone with a nice camera and enough speed for most users. The qHD screen is sharp and the design is understated. It's just too bad Motorola had to ruin the UI with a few

Review And Giveaway: Battlefield 3

<strong>Short version</strong>: Battlefield 3 plays it safe and focuses on maximizing player engagement, but falls prey to a lack of variety, a shabby UI that's clearly a holdover from consoles, plus

Striiv Gamifies The Pedometer Craze

The pedometer - those little things you wear to measure your steps - has always been a weight loss gimmick. Only recently, however, have pedometers gotten smart enough to do more than just vaguely sha

Review: Rage

<strong>Short version:</strong> Probably the best-looking game I've ever played, despite a general lack of imagination. The gameplay itself, though, is (without exaggeration) probably less sophisticat

Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook Review: A MacBook Air For The Rest Of Us

The Aspire S3 is Acer's first ultrabook. The notebook is almost unabashedly a MacBook Air clone with straight lines and a clean design but it's also $400 less. There are some trade-offs when comparing

Pedal Power: Two Empress Guitar Pedal Reviews For Knob Twiddlers

I love analog tech and I love analog sound. That's why I wrote up these two basic reviews of two Empress analog pedals for guitarists sick of bleeps and bloops and color LCD read-outs. I added a few

Review: Deus Ex – Human Revolution

<strong>Short version</strong>: Absolutely worth a play, but there are a number of flaws that cause DEHR to fall short of greatness. The bosses, the "domestic" environments, and certain <em>je ne sais

Review: Polaroid GL10 Instant Photo Printer

<strong>Short version:</strong> A nice-looking device, and it works more or less as advertised, but the quality of the printing simply isn't good enough. If you want instant photos, analog is still th

Review: Audyssey Lower East Side Speakers

<strong>Short version:</strong> A solid pair of laptop or desk speakers, unremarkable but warm and powerful, with an understated and attractive design. More attention to detail would help justify thei

Head-To-Head Review: Canon T3i Vs. Nikon D5100

With HD video recording, great image quality, and a solid selection of lenses, the <a href="">Nikon D

The Olympus PEN E-P3: Making Cameras Fun Again

<b>Short Version</b> As a long-time fan of Olympus' Micro 4/3s series of cameras, I came to the E-P3 expecting good things. I was not disappointed. The camera is like Mini Cooper or a Smart car: it g

Review: Sony SMP-N100 Streaming Media Player

The Sony SMP-N100 is Sony's addition to the media streaming device market. It's a small, unobtrusive device that doesn't attract any attention to itself. It supports Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Video O

Chanel's Titanium Ceramic Chromatic Watch Hands-On

<img src="" alt="" />In my short years as an 'aspiring' watch photographer, few timepieces have truly evaded a good pict

Review: The HP Palm TouchPad

<img src=""/><b>Short Version:</b> Like Duckie from <i>Sixteen Candles</i>, Palm has been the perennial third choice. Even in its

Review: Addonics NAS 3.0 Adapter

<img src="" />We reviewed <a href="">Addonics</a>'s first <a href="http://

Quick Review: Dungeon Siege III (PC)

I can’t write a full review of this game because I have no intention of finishing it. I am a huge fan of Dungeon Siege and its sequel, and of the hack ‘n slash genre in general, but I felt

Review: Klipsch S5i Rugged In-Ear Headphones

Short version: A solid pair of headphones with some token efforts towards ruggedness. Aside from an increased resistance to water, they’re not remarkably tough, but the sound is good and the rem
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