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Oppo Enco X2 review: Punching above its weight

With superb sound quality, 24-bit audio support, good ANC and more, Oppo Enco X2 are one of the best earbuds in the mid-range segment. But should you purchase these?
Holding the Oppo Enco X2.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Review: great till they ain’t

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are good for Samsung users, but not great in the overarching world of earbuds.
7 hours ago
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.

Soul Hackers 2 review: stylish JRPG tells more than it shows

It's up to Ringo and her allies to save the world. But Soul Hackers 2 struggles to deliver on its premise.
10 hours ago
Ringo walking down a street at night.

Look Both Ways review: another forgettable Netflix original

Lili Reinhart's heartfelt lead performance in Look Both Ways isn't enough to save it from being another dull and forgettable Netflix original.
1 day ago
Lili Reinhart and Danny Ramirez stand in between two bookshelves in Look Both Ways.

Asus ZenBook Pro 16X review: more than smoke and mirrors

The Asus ZenBook Pro 16X is an expertly crafted laptop offering superior performance and a top-notch display.
1 day ago
Asus ZenBook Pro 16X front angled view showing display and keyboard deck.

Levoit VortexIQ 40 Stick Vacuum review: simple but effective

A deep dive into Levi's VortexIQ 40 stick vacuum, a simple vacuum that performs superbly.
1 day ago
Levoit VortexIQ 40 sucking up debris

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 review: An (almost) perfect foldable flip phone

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is a lot like the Flip 3, but better in some very key ways. Here's our full review.
2 days ago
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 sitting on a window ledge.
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EarFun UBoom L review

A portable Bluetooth speaker that you can take to the beach and pool for under $100? Hard to pass on this one.
EarFun UBoom L by the pool.

Emily the Criminal review: Aubrey Plaza scores as a gig-economy hustler

Aubrey Plaza is grippingly driven in the late-stage capitalism crime thriller Emily the Criminal.
Aubrey Plaza looks behind her in Emily the Criminal.

Day Shift review: Jamie Foxx leads fangless vampire movie

Despite some entertaining elements, Jamie Foxx's vampire film Day Shift underwhelms with too few surprises, too many familiar pieces, and not enough Snoop Dogg.
Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg lean against a truck in a scene from Day Shift.

A League of Their Own review: A worthwhile reimagining

Amazon's A League of Their Own is the rare TV reimagining that actually manages to feel necessary. It premieres Friday, August 12 on Prime Video.
The Rockford Peaches stand together in their locker room in Amazon's A League of Their Own.

Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro review: the perfect palm grip mouse, lighter than ever

The new Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro offers the perfect shape for palm grip users, while significantly cutting weight.
razer deathadder pro v3 front buttons on my desk.

The Sandman review: dreamy adaptation exceeds expectations

Decades of troubled development don't stop Netflix's The Sandman series from delivering an impressive adaptation of Neil Gaiman's groundbreaking comic book.
Tom Sturridge wears a mask and cloak as Morpheus in a scene from The Sandman.

I Love My Dad review: Patton Oswalt in a catfish cringe comedy

Patton Oswalt plays a father who catfishes his son in the uncomfortable cringe comedy I Love My Dad.
Patton Oswalt looks at James Morosini in a car in I Love My Dad.

Bodies Bodies Bodies review: a viciously funny horror comedy

Bodies Bodies Bodies is a viciously funny new horror comedy from A24.
Bee, Sophie, Jordan, and Alice stand in the dark together in Bodies Bodies Bodies.

Bullet Train review: Brad Pitt shines in a jokey, stylish action film

Brad Pitt leads a star-powered cast of ruthless assassins in the jokey, stylish action blockbuster Bullet Train.
Brad Pitt looks concerned on the bullet train.

MacBook Air (M2) review: It’s what Apple has always wanted

The M2 MacBook Air is the laptop Apple has always wanted to make -- and in most cases, it's a rousing success.
The MacBook Air on a table in front of a window.

Prey review: a fresh spin on the Predator franchise

The best Predator film since the original, Prey delivers a tense, action-packed adventure that feels fresh and unique in the franchise.
The Predator returns in Prey.

Logitech MX Master 3S review: the perfect productivity mouse

The Logitech MX Master 3S was seemingly made for Microsoft Excel users in mind.
Logitech MX Master 3S standing on my desk

The Outlaws season 2 review: no more funny business

Season 2 of The Outlaws fully embraces its crime-thriller potential and delivers a more satisfying story arc, even as it goes light on the laughs.
The cast of The Outlaws gathers in a room, wearing their community service vests.

Insta360 Link review: breaking the webcam mold

The Insta360 Link is an innovative gimbal mounted 4K webcam that features AI-powered gestures and face tracking.
The Insta360 Link on top of a laptop screen.

MSI GT77 Titan laptop review: a hot, expensive gaming monster

The GT77 Titan is a showcase for Intel's first 16-core laptop CPU, but it's too expensive to be worth it.
MSI GT77 Titan with the Digital Trends website up sitting on a table.

Dell XPS 13 Plus review: extra, in a good way

The Dell XPS 13 Plus is the kind of laptop that'll cause head turns and double-takes, but is it a laptop you should actually buy?
A top down view of the Dell XPS 13 Plus' keyboard.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 review: all business

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 refines one of the best business laptops, although its performance is lacking.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 front view showing display and keyboard deck.

Paper Girls review: time-traveling, girl-power Goonies is good enough

Prime Video's adaptation of the Paper Girls comic book series is an exciting sci-fi saga that blends powerful emotional arcs with a nostalgic adventure story.
Sofia Rosinsky, Riley Lai Nelet, Camryn Jones, and Fina Strazza look up at a pink sky in a scene from Paper Girls.

Not Okay review: a social media satire that pulls its punches

Not Okay dives headfirst into the superficial world of a wannabe influencer.
Danni Sanders takes a selfie while wearing a red beret in Not Okay.

Surface review: an unrewarding psychological thriller

The Apple TV+ series Surface is an unrewarding and painfully slow new thriller starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw lies on a bench in Surface.

Lenovo Yoga 7i 14 Gen 7 review: refinements galore

The Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7 received a massive upgrade in its latest generation, with a stunning new design and excellent performance and build quality.
Lenovo Yoga 7i Gen 7 front view showing display and keyboard deck.

Resurrection review: a gripping and unpredictable thriller

Rebecca Hall gives one of the best performances of the year so far in Andrew Semans' dark and unnerving new psychological thriller, Resurrection.
Rebecca Hall stands next to a mirrored wall in Resurrection.