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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Atrix HD Review

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The term “midrange smartphone” is becoming a worthless misnomer. It used to be that if a phone lacked the premium features to match high-end phones, but was too powerful to fit the entry-level cla…

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HTC

HTC One V Review – a smartphone suitable only for smartphone newbies

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The HTC One X and One S are both stellar phones that re-establish HTC’s place as a company capable of great design and focus. But the HTC One V, the smallest of HTC’s 2012 portfolio, is also a testament to that focus…

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Nexus 7 Review: $199 and worth every penny

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The tablet market has been a difficult realm for Google to conquer. While the iPad remains the immovable king, Amazon and Barnes & Noble usurped Google by delivering successful mini tablets that rely on An…

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Accessories

Nexus Q Review: another cool Google product that’s destined to fail

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Google can do pretty much anything. It’s the company with the most popular mobile operating system, most used search engine, and can even host a video conference with a bunch of skydivers hurtling down i…

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Android Phones and Devices

Samsung Galaxy S III Review: The next big thing or a big letdown?

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Samsung did the impossible when it announced that the Galaxy S III would be coming to America as one device. There would be no more definitively different hardware changes that made each Galaxy phone so unique t…

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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Droid 4 Review

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Android users and observers have both expressed some trepidation about the rapid pace of phone releases. It certainly doesn’t help that the same Android phone maker can release a device tomorrow and ad…

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Toshiba Thrive 7 Review

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Bigger is better. Well, unless we’re talking about the Toshiba Thrive. While we had a mostly favorable review of the “Honeycomb Hulk,” certain elements of the design were a bit awkward. Mo…

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Android Phones and Devices

ASUS Transformer Prime Review: greatness disguise sold separately

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Spoiler alert: the ASUS Transformer Prime is the best Android tablet that money can buy. It’s usually considered bad form to give away the conclusion of a review in the opening paragraph, but there’s no u…

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Android Phones and Devices

Verizon Galaxy Nexus Review: the dream phone that can’t stay awake

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The Nexus brand is a heavy burden to bear. Google introduced the Nexus One as the benchmark to which all Android phones should be measured, and for a considerable amount of time, that was the case. The Nexus S, wit…

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Android Phones and Devices

Galaxy Nexus Camera Review and Samples Shots

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The Galaxy Nexus camera is not impressive. Sorry to dig the knife is so quickly, but that’s just the reality of it. The 5 megapixel camera with LED flash will not wow anyone or part the heavens as so many peop…

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Android Phones and Devices

Samsung Galaxy Nexus first impressions – 24 hours later [VIDEO]

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No, I won’t go on about how the Verizon Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE took seemingly forever to arrive. I won’t talk about how poorly the launch was handled or how I should have been writing this post weeks ago.…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Review: Honeycomb’s cute little sister

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Samsung ushered in the Android tablet era with the original Galaxy Tab, the first legitimate device to take Android to a bigger screen. But the original GTab, for all its portability and uniqueness, was a place…

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Android Phones and Devices

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Review: A new classic that rocks

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The Samsung Galaxy S II debuted at Mobile World Congress 2011, and I called it “sweet,” which proved to be an understatement. The hardware was wonderful, the software was a promising upgrade from the mistakes o…

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Android Phones

Motorola Droid 3 Review: A successor to Android royalty, the Droid 3 takes time to love

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The Motorola Droid 3 doesn’t make a good first impression, but the Verizon Android phone eventually grew on me. Though the Droid 3 has a dual-core processor, it doesn’t blaze; though it comes with…

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Droid X2 Review: The Android Deja Vu Device

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I can feel this for sure: I’ve been here before, as the lovely Teena Marie once sang. It was only a year ago that Motorola and Verizon turned heads with their Droid X, the first “spec beast” to c…

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