Reviews - Page 4
REVIEW: The Lucid Neck-band is unusual in that it offers the ability to adjust and customize everything a user hears in and outside the headset.
REVIEW: Dell’s Latitude 13 ultrabook is minimalist in size and looks but not in functions, bringing together new features and security in a very thin computer.
REVIEW: Sophos has melded the best of its endpoint security systems with the acquired intellectual property of firewall vendors Astaro and Cyberoam.
PRODUCT REVIEW: This fully reversible laptop (folds to a large tablet) has a sharp 13.3-inch display, a classy-looking watchband-type hinge and a lightweight body.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Samsung's Portable SSD T3 storage capsule holds 2TB of content in a form factor so small that it could get lost in a coat pocket.
REVIEW: The latest smartphone from Samsung compares very favorably with the Apple iPhone 6S, but there are important differences that may affect how you use it.
PRODUCT REVIEW: This is a competitive laptop/tablet with plenty of horsepower and storage, good ease of use, responsiveness, and relatively few flaws.
REVIEW: While Apple's iPhone 6s looks just like its predecessor, nearly everything about its features and performance has changed for the better.
REVIEW: WaveMaker’s development platform combines rapid application development with rapid application deployment using a Platform-as-a-Service model.
REVIEW: Deep Information Sciences brings intelligent heuristics and machine learning algorithms to MySQL implementations to improve the database's performance.