If Windows 10 is going to win legions of people over as more than the operating system that you have on your work computer, it needs gear like Samsung's new Notebook 9. It's not the most-powerful Windows laptop, or the prettiest. It's just a valiant
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The UP3 was supposed to be so much better. It was supposed to be fashion-forward. It was supposed to be waterproof. It was supposed to be more intelligent than any other fitness tracker. It isn't. I spent the last couple weeks trying to like this
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All images: Alex Cranz/FreedomgadgetThe Freewrite is a simple machine. It has one button, a full keyboard, and a tiny e-ink screen that can barely update fast enough to keep up with the average typing speed. The device is built for one thing: writing stories and
There are smartwatches, and there are fitness trackers. If you want any combination of the two, you'll have to accept the compromises inherent in cramming a lot of sensors into an attractive, wrist-sized package. This is the problem the Moto 360 Sport comes tantalisingly close
"For gamers, by gamers" is the kind of motto that sells liquid-cooled spec-obsessed towers, headsets, rumbling lounge chairs, and ergonomic mice with more buttons than a double-breasted suit. Razer, however, has these words stamped into the back of its wearable Nabu, which it'd like to