Congratulations on your new place of employment! Next up: making a good first impression. You only have one shot, so show up on time, remember everyone’s names, and just be yourself, but not too yourself, if you get what we’re saying. Look, just don’t screw it up. This video should help.
Illuminascii definitely doesn’t look like other first-person shooters.
Amazon revealed its first ever phone today. Dubbed the Fire Phone, it has all kinds of wild features like the head-tracking Dynamic Perspective, Firefly (for buying all the things), and all kinds of other bells and whistles. Novel stuff, but is it actually, y'know, good? We just went hands-on, and we're not too sure.
The Kindle Fire 8.9 just showed up on our doorstep. It looks as lovely as we remember it. And instead of banging out a half-baked review in a day or two, we're giving you our quick impressions of it, and will chime in with a full review later.
Samsung's Ativ Smart PC tablet is supposed to be a tablet-sized tablet that can run all of your desktop apps. It is all that, sort of. But it's also a mix of things that are impressive, tolerable, and totally unacceptable—sometimes all at once.
The Canon Digital Rebel series of cameras has always been a go-to choice for the entry-level DSLR seekers. So when the latest upgrade, the Rebel T4i, arrived at our office, we shredded cardboard and immediately started toying with all the new features.
The Lenovo X1 Carbon arrived at our office a few days ago, and while the full review will be up early next week, we wanted to give you our first impressions of Lenovo's ruggedized ultrabook. So far: Really good.
I really love Sony for trying something different. Between this foldable Tablet P and the company's indescribably-shaped (but very palmable) Tablet S they are genuinely trying to leave the hardware pack mentality behind. But enough congratulations. How good is it?
Sharp's new 70 inch Aquos Quattron 3D TV isn't the biggest 3D TV out there, but it's the biggest one from Sharp. They've been making flat screens since the dawn of time, and here's my hands-on... er, eyes-on.
You've never watched TV until you've watched it from a chair sporting a tailpipe and flame paint.
Apple's App Store concept has essentially colonized the idea of mobile app distribution, with every major smartphone platform rushing to open their own. RIM's takeoff, BlackBerry App World, launched yesterday. How is it?