BlackBerry Priv review roundup (BlackBerry’s first Android phone)

The BlackBerry Priv is a phone that could pave the way to a new future for a company that was once a dominant player in the smartphone space. Over the past decade BlackBerry has seen its market share go down and down… and these days even Tizen smartphones are outselling BlackBerry phones. So the company is […]

Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 reviews are in… and they’re mostly positive

Microsoft has always positioned the Surface Pro line of products as tablets that can replace your laptop. These days people are finally starting to believe that’s true: last year’s Surface Pro 3 had powerful hardware, strong software, and a decent hinge and optional keyboard dock that truly allowed you to use the notebook like either a tablet […]

Most popular Liliputing articles from 10/19 – 10/25

Apple introduced new iPads and laptops this week, Nokia launched its first tablet, and Google still hasn’t introduced a new Nexus smartphone. Here’s a look back at some of the top stories from the week that was. 5 Tablets that changed the Android landscape It’s been a little over 5 years since the first Android […]

Most popular Liliputing articles from the week of 10/12 – 10/18

Windows 8.1 launched this week. So did a bunch of tablets and laptops running the operating system, including the first devices with Intel Atom Bay Trail chips. Ubuntu 13.10 also launched this week. While it’s a minor update for desktop users, it’s the first version of the popular Linux-based operating system to fully support phones […]

Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch review roundup (Nobody likes it much)

The Samsung Galaxy Gear may be the highest profile smartwatch released to date. For $300, Samsung promises to deliver a wearable device that lets you interact with your phone to view notifications, make calls, monitor fitness stats, or perform other actions thanks to its custom Android operating system with support for apps. It even has […]