The company unveils three smartphones targeting affluent users, but it still hasn't figured out how to avoid getting lost in the shuffle behind Apple and Samsung.
The camera is very basic and the prints are small, but if you're looking for an inexpensive and travel-friendly way to shoot instant photos, the Snap could be the answer.
From the Cheapskate: This top-rated drive -- a perfect upgrade for laptops and desktops alike -- retails for $250.
You'll feel like you're still in mint condition with this blanket that mimics an action figure package, complete with an area to place your accessories. The Kung Fu Grip option is up to you.
Face the undead apocalypse in style with a massive multitool containing a machete, ax, pipe wrench and auger bit.
Can this 6.8-inch giant really be used with one hand? Hit play to find out.
Commentary: If super high-resolution screens are arguably unnecessary for your 65-inch TV, they're just about useless for your 5.5-inch phone.
Samsung's sequel to its original Tab S sports a gorgeous screen, slims down and packs in more processing power.
The photo-sharing site is changing the size and shape of photos it allows, removing one of the key differences it had from rivals and likely drawing many more users in the process.
This bigger, better follow-up to the curvy Edge is pretty, but comes with caveats.