The Lumia 900 is a pretty big deal for Nokia and Microsoft. The new LTE-equipped, AT&T-bound smartphone represents what could be the beginning of a new era for both companies in the mobile race — at least in the U.S.
Does Apple’s latest tablet live up to the hype? In a word: Yes.
Though it still could use a few finishing touches, it is a powerful tablet for a low price.
The 7-inch, $249 tablet will go head-to-head with the Kindle Fire.
The PlayBook’s lack of really useful apps is all the more disappointing.
Sony’s unusually shaped, Android-powered Tablet S is scheduled to hit stores in September.
The Samsung tablet is sleek, fast and still not better than the iPad.
The Galaxy Note is a 5.3-inch smartphone that will have you weighing pros and cons.
The Droid RAZR is one of those rare phones that qualifies as a leap forward in hardware design and engineering.
Google wants your phone to make you a superhero, to make you more powerful and to make you smarter.
MLB 2K12’s developers have worked to improve almost every aspect of the game
Fans of the original will be happy to see XCOM is true to its core.
Firing up Nintendo’s latest edition to the Zelda series, “The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword,” is like stepping into a daydream.
The sandbox to end all sandboxes hasn’t disappointed — at least, that’s what the reviews seem to indicate.
The masterfully told story makes the game something like stepping into an Indiana Jones movie.
REVIEW ROUNDUP | The gameplay in Rocksteady’s latest sequel to its 2009 hit “Batman: Arkham Asylum” expands the setting offered up in that game and takes it outside.