Please never buy a phone on specs alone. In the grand scheme of things, most don’t matter. But if you’re looking to see how well Apple’s playing the specs game with its two new iPhones, you’ve come to the right place.
We’ve always known that good virtual reality wouldn’t come cheap. From the beginning, Oculus used beefy gaming PCs to show off its VR headset. Now, the company is revealing the specs you’ll need to get those experiences on the final Oculus Rift—and it looks like you’ll be spending $800+ just for the desktop computer.
This new BioLite NanoGrid functions as a hanging work light or lantern, a multi-point area light, a powerful flashlight and a portable power source for your electronics, all in a single $100 product. The ultimate camping gadget? I got my hands on a unit to find out.
Finally, the long-rumored 6 inches of pure, unfiltered Android (Lollipop!) just the way Google always intended. So how does Google's new Motorola-made flagship stack up to the other big dogs in phablet land? Let's take a look.
Retina has finally hit the iPad Mini, meaning at least resolution-wise, this little guy's packing a punch. And even though the 7-inch tablet market is not necessarily a crowded field, the competition that is there is running a tight race. Let's take a look at how the iPad Mini's specs measure up to the rest.
The newer, shinier, and freshly named iPad Air is finally here—and goddamn is it thin. But while super-skinny is nice and all, it doesn't necessarily make for a better device. So let's take a look at how the iPad Air compares to its toughest competition.
As always happens, people were already lining up for Apple's newest iteration of its flagship phone even before we had any real idea what they were even in line for. But now that the iPhone 5S is here, speculation is over and we can actually see whether or not all that camping out was worth it. Here's how the 5S…
After essentially leaking every spec possibly imaginable, the fruit of Motorola's Google-ized loins is finally here. And just as promised, it's a colorful, smooth beauty to behold. Which is great, but the real test comes with what it's packing under the hood. Can the Moto X keep up with the smartphone market's…
Motorola and Google both don't even care about keeping the Moto X a secret, plastering it on its August 1st announcement invitation and letting Eric Schmidt bandy around with the thing, so hey, don't be surprised if a few details of the phone leaks. The Verge and @evleaks are reporting that the Moto X will have a…
New leakages have emerged from battleship Xperia, with specs beefing out what we previously knew about the forthcoming Xperia i1 phone, also known under the development name Honami. And also known as a 20-Megapixel whopper.
One of the questions we had about the PS4 before tonight was what kind of storage would it be packing. How big would it be? Is it built in? Would it be removable? Well, Sony answered it in their Japan press release for the PlayStation 4. It's a 500GB HDD, just like the Xbox One.
Google just released the official specs for Google Glass (after releasing the API too) and the futuristic frames come with 16GB (only 12GB will be usable) Flash memory, 5 megapixel camera for stills, 720p video recording, Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth and a battery that can handle "one full day of typical use".
Finally here and with the highly touted UltraPixel* camera in tow, HTC's newest flagship phone is ready to hold its own. Well, on paper, at least. But how does it compare to everyone else's flagship?
Fox News is reporting that that these spec sheets are the first look at Palm's rumored webOS tablet, PalmPad. Apparently at CES we'll see not just one but three versions of the slates, which will run on Sprint's 4G network.
To measure is to know, said Lord Kelvin. But as marketing departments get more and more creative with their published specifications, what we're left measuring—and by extension, knowing—about our gear is increasingly worthless.
The September issue of Foto Digital prematurely printed specs about the Nikon D3100, which will launch around August 19. The leaked details include its 14 megapixel CMOS sensor, brand new EXPEED 2 image processor, and improved 1080p video support.
UK-based online retailer Play has "gone live" with a list of tech specs for Microsoft's happy-clappy new Kinect controller, revealing many deeply technical things about the internal workings of Microsoft's Magic Eye.
In what's only the second most interesting Vietnamese leak of an Apple product this week, Tinhte has scored what seems to be a soon-to-be-announced refreshed MacBook, including a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and NVIDIA GeForce 320M GPU.
Specs aren't everything, but for those of you obsessed with them instead of only caring about what you actually like about a gadget, here's the latest spec smackdown between the Apple iPhone and the HTC Nexus One.