9 Results for

axiom

Editors' Take

Axiom Verge (PlayStation 4)

Axiom Verge is an indie game that mixes equal parts Metroid and Castlevania to make for a fantastic throwback adventure.

By April 1, 2015

Available on the PlayStation Network.
$19.99

Review

Samsung Galaxy Axiom

If you're looking for a midtier Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Axiom's cheap price is hard to beat.

By December 10, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 10, 2012
Video

Samsung Galaxy Axiom affordable, entry-level

U.S. Cellular's Samsung Galaxy Axiom is like a smaller, much more basic version of the S3.

By December 7, 2012

Gallery

Samsung Galaxy Axiom: A GS3 Mini Me? (pictures)

Samsung's Galaxy Axiom smartphone for U.S. Cellular is a chip off the old Galaxy S3 block in looks, but the similarities end there.

6 Images By December 7, 2012

Article

Samsung Galaxy Axiom sneaks into U.S. Cellular lineup

The budget-friendly Android features hardware that closely resembles the Galaxy S3 Mini.

By November 28, 2012

Review

Axiom Epic Master

This is a highly musical speaker package, but it won't knock out thrill-seeking home-theater fans.

By March 29, 2002

3 stars Editors' rating March 29, 2002

Pricing not available

Article

Axiom Audiobyte: The Bentley of PC speakers?

New high-end luxury speakers aim to deliver an audiophile alternative to PC audio.

By November 19, 2007

Article

Ifilm lands $10 million in funding

Online entertainment company Ifilm says it has secured $10 million in its latest investment round from companies that include Yahoo, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Eastman Kodak, Vulcan Ventures, Axiom Ventures and GeoCities founder David Bohnett's Baroda Ventures. The company also won investments from Falcon Cable founder Marc Nathanson and former Global Crossing Chief Executive Leo Hindery. Ifilm said it will use the money to further its operations and move toward profitability.

February 5, 2001

Article

Short: Perspectives promo

Food for thought? Well, at least that's what our stable of pundits think they dished out in this week's Perspectives. When it comes to Netscape, the fat lady is not only not ready to sing, she's not even warming up, so says Executive Editor Jai Singh. Contributor Pimm Fox thinks he's figured out why Sega is literally following the axiom "if you want the money, go where the action is." Even Senior Editor Tim Clark is staggered by the velocity of change on the Net - and he's been around the block some. Contributor David Strom pontificates on how you too can build a quick and dirty intranet. If there's one thing Opinions Editor Margie Wylie absolutely, positively abhors, it's being spammed. Don't take our word for it, read it in her own words.

By September 20, 1996