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Will Shanklin

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Amazon Fire Phone and HTC One (M8)

The smartphone market is a crowded and cutthroat place. Just look at HTC: the company has arguably made the best handset for two years in a row, but it's still struggling to stay afloat. So does Amazon even have a chance, jumping into this ultra-competitive market this late in the game? Well, let's see if the features and specs of Amazon's new Fire Phone stack up to those of the HTC One (M8).  Read More

What's old is new again, as Gizmag reviews the Pebble Steel smartwatch

When companies release follow-ups to their existing devices, they usually bring some upgrades to the table. Bigger screen here, faster processor there and maybe some fun new features. Pebble's latest watch, though, is all new on the outside, but exactly the same on the inside. Join Gizmag, as we review Pebble Steel, a familiar idea that's wrapped in a stylish new package.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Amazon Fire Phone and the iPhone 5s

After finding success with e-readers and tablets, Amazon is now digging its claws into smartphones. Are the Fire Phone's unique features enough to make it worth a look next to today's most popular handsets? Let's compare its features and specs to those of the iPhone 5s, and see if we can lend a hand.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and the Microsoft ...

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S rivals the iPad more than anything else, but the tablet is also launching with a Bluetooth keyboard that can transform it into a faux laptop. And who knows faux laptops better than Microsoft? Let's pit the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 against the Surface Pro 3, and see how their features and specs compare.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and the Apple iPad ...

Samsung has always tried to eat into the iPad's tablet market share, but last week the company got really serious. The Galaxy Tab S is a spec monster squeezed into an impossibly light and thin frame. How do the features and specs of the the 8.4-in Tab S compare to those of the iPad mini with Retina Display? Read on, for Gizmag's look.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Apple iPad Air

A few days ago Samsung announced its first flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S. Make no mistake: this slate is designed to eat into some of the iPad's market share. How does the 10.5-in Tab S size up next to the iPad Air? Read on, as we compare the tablets' features and specs.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on with Samsung's first high-res Super AMOLED tablet, the Galaxy Tab S

It seems like just a few months ago that Samsung was unveiling its first high-end tablets (and, come to think of it, it was only five short months ago). But at an event this evening at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Samsung pulled back the curtain on what it's describing as its first flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S. Gizmag was there for some quality hands-on time.  Read More

Ringly is the rare early wearable device aimed at women

Most of the wearable computers we've seen so far have been unabashedly masculine. Okay, to be fair, women can enjoy Google Glass or a Gear 2 smartwatch just as easily a man can (and I know some awesome women who do). But I'd also bet that most buyers of these beefy and utilitarian devices have been geeky, early-adopting men. Ringly, on the other hand, is the rare wearable that's being marketed solely to women.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the Jawbone Up24, the wireless update to the popular Up fitness band

Though smartwatches and Google Glass have made for some bold and interesting products, you could easily argue that the best wearables so far have been fitness trackers. But are these US$100+ accessories worth the price of admission? Join Gizmag, as we take a look at Jawbone's newest fitness band, the Up24.  Read More

Today the Nook line of tablets only lives on as a modded Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

It's easy to forget, but Barnes & Noble's Nook Color was, in a sense, a "Kindle Fire" before the Kindle Fire ever was. Amazon's bookselling rival launched the first budget 7-in e-reader/tablet hybrid in late 2010, a full year before the 1st-gen Fire hit store shelves. Well, fortunes change, Nook tablets weren't exactly smash hits and today all that's left of B&N's tablet strategy is a new partnership with Samsung.  Read More

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