Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for March 2015. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search
Notebook/Laptop Articles for March of 2015Below are the 26 Notebook/Laptop articles for March of 2015
HTC's newest flagship is much more evolutionary than revolutionary, but the improvements it does make look to make an already excellent flagship even better. Here's our preview.
HP and Microsoft have joined forces to deliver a Windows laptop that is as good or better than a MacBook Air. Is it enough?
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a Galaxy S6 with bent sides. That may not sound like much on paper, but our hands-on time with the new flagship showed it[...]
The Galaxy S6 is a giant leap forward for the look and feel of Samsung's popular flagship series. We were able to try it out at Mobile World Congress in[...]
TL;DR Email is a new email client for iPhones that tries to make your emails more like text messages. It's our iOS app of the week.
Huawei's first smartwatch throws the feature set of an Android Wear device into the body of an elegant, rounded wristwatch. We strapped it on at MWC this week.
This 14-inch ThinkPad incorporates a 360-degree hinge allowing it to transform into a large tablet. Will a nice display, good keyboard and all-day battery life overcome hefty weight and a[...]
Ever feel goofy saying "Ok Google" out loud when using your smartphone to search the web? Microsoft's Torque assistant wants to lend you a Bing-assisted hand.
Microsoft may be saving its next flagship phone until Windows 10 is available en masse, but its new Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL handsets provide respectable power and lively[...]
Sony may not have unveiled a full-on flagship at Mobile World Congress this year, but its new Xperia M4 Aqua looks like a significant mid-range offering. We took it for[...]
Logitech’s new G303 Daedalus Apex offers excellent performance in a lightweight package. As the second mouse company’s versatile Delta Zero sensor, the peripheral is able to adapt to various gaming[...]
LG's Watch Urbane and Watch Urbane LTE have similar names, but are actually two distinctly different devices. One of them looks to be a step forward for smartwatches as a[...]
Now that the weather’s getting warmer; it’s time for spring cleaning. But this should include some digital cleaning, specifically organizing that cluttered mess you call a phone or tablet.
This affordable 14-inch convertible ultrabook features a Core i5 CPU and a well built 360-degree hinge. The $650 price tag makes the Aspire R14 less expensive than Lenovo’s Yoga line,[...]
We review HP's refreshed top-of-the-line mobile workstation complete with a 15.6" QHD+ (3200x1800) IPS display and Nvidia Quadro graphics.
CircleBack is an iOS app that makes keeping your contacts list up-to-date a hands-free experience.
Get ready for an affordable gaming laptop packed with enough quality hardware to deliver a solid gaming experience on the road. Keep reading to find out why this almost perfect[...]
Take a look at the best free or low-cost alternatives to Microsoft Office and break free from license fees.
The G Flex 2 is the revamped and retooled sequel to LG's first stab at a fully curved smartphone. Find out if it's a leap forward or just another gimmick[...]
The LG G Flex 2 is the manufacturer’s second attempt at a curved flagship. The phone includes a 5.5-inch screen with a self-healing plastic body.
We run through the three dominant mobile operating systems — Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop, Apple’s iOS 8.2, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 — in an effort to learn about their[...]
The BlackBerry Classic is finest traditional BlackBerry that the Waterloo company has ever produced, but can a top-level BlackBerry phone compete in today's iOS- and Android-dominated world? Find out in[...]
The BlackBerry Classic is something of a throwback. In an age of on-screen keyboards, the manufacturer went back to its roots of physical buttons. The phone also includes a touchscreen[...]
Phound! is an anti-theft/phone finder/remote wiper app built for just about any scenario that unwittingly separates you from your mobile device. It's also our app of the week.
Hotspots aren’t for everyone. For most, the free Wi-Fi at coffee shops, libraries, and public parks is more than enough. But some require the security and features of a dedicated[...]
Casual shoppers might dismiss the new ThinkPad T450s as just another boring business notebook, but the T450s (starting at $881) delivers the latest Intel processor technology, a rugged build, best-in-class[...]