Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 review

Samsung has not been shy of launching new tablets in recent years, with different lines, sizes and specs meaning there's a Tab for just about anyone, no matter what your predilection. The Galaxy Tab S joins the line-up in a slightly confusing position…
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Oppo Find 7 review: A solid phone that faces stiff competition

The Galaxy S5. The One M8. The G3. Every notable player in the overcrowded smartphone space has a flagship, one heroic device that the company pins its hopes on… for a year or so, anyway. For Oppo, a Chinese phone maker whose profile has swelled…
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Amazon Fire phone review: a unique device, but you’re better off waiting for the sequel

After producing a long line of e-book readers and tablets (not to mention a set-top box), Amazon has its sights set on the smartphone market. But finding success here won’t be easy, even for an established tech giant like Amazon. With the Fire phone,…
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Asus PadFone X review: Like no other

The Asus PadFone X for AT&T is the Taiwanese manufacturer’s first offering from the family of hybrid devices to officially hit the US market. Announced during this year’s CES in Las Vegas, the device consists of a high-end Android handset and…
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Motorola Moto E review

When Motorola launched the Moto G smartphone last year, it said it wanted to offer "an affordable smartphone for people who don't want to compromise on quality, experience or style". It more than succeeded in that venture, and now its focus shifts to…
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF103C review: a speedy budget tablet with a few sacrifices

When it comes to ASUS, buying a full-size Android tablet has usually meant venturing past the $300 mark; even the Transformer Book T100 set you back $349 when it first came out, and that was considered a steal. That’s no longer a problem in 2014….
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LG G Watch review

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear devices, and the most affordable at the time of writing, making it the first step in a the brave new world of Google's Android platform. Following in the footsteps of the Sony Smartwatch, various Samsung…
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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom review

Samsung makes plenty of quality electronics products and we've been taken by many of its smartphones and cameras over the years. Now it's condensed much of that expertise into one phone-camera (or should that camera-phone?): the Galaxy K Zoom. Although…
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Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G review: Value king

The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G is a landmark for the manufacturer in the United States. The 6.1″ LTE phablet is first device, which the company will offer in the country as a standalone OEM, via its own online store, without partnering with a wireless carrier…
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OnePlus One review: When opportunity strikes

From zero to flagship killer in less than 6 months. That’s the life story of OnePlus Tech – a big chunk of which went in explanation mode. First it was their relation to Oppo, then the reasons why their debut smartphone got delayed – over and over…
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