The Asus ZenFone AR phone is only the second phone on the market to support Google Tango, following last year’s Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. The ZenFone AR also supports Google’s Daydream VR platform — and looks like a regular Android phablet, too. But here’s why you shouldn’t buy the Asus ZenFone AR just for the “AR.”
The Essential Phone is here: a new phone from the inventor of Android, Andy Rubin. Can an edge-to-edge screen and new system for magnetic modules take on the Pixel XL?
Motorola’s latest flagship smartphone, the Moto Z2 Force, has a screen that won’t crack or shatter when you drop it. It’s also got a dual-lens camera and Moto Mods like a new 360-degree camera. But a small battery and lots of scratches make it hard to justify the expensive price.
Amazon’s new Echo Look is a hands-free camera that doubles as a speaker and works with Alexa, Amazon’s voice-controlled assistant. But its key feature is that it takes hands-free, full-length photos of you – or, more accurately, your outfits – and then tells you what to wear.
Amazon’s latest Alexa-equipped device is basically an Echo with a screen on it. But don’t let that sway you, there are a lot of things you can do with the new Echo Show’s display.
OnePlus 5 is a lot like its its predecessor, with a fast processor, lots of RAM, and an aluminum design, but it has a couple of new tricks up its sleeve, such as a dual camera and a new price.
Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop is thin, beautiful, and pretty powerful. Will the fabric on the laptop deck hold up? Does Windows 10 S really have all the apps you need?
There’s a new iPad Pro at an all-new size, 10.5 inches. It has a bigger screen, but it’s faster too. Can it replace your laptop yet?