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Moto G4 Plus review: From budget to mid-range

Moto G phones are not exciting. They’re not sexy and they’re not powerhouses. But they get the job done, and do it for a reasonable price. Since the line’s launch…

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Huawei GR5 review: Pretty, but not so nice on the inside

In many ways, Huawei is a brand without an identity in Canada, though the company has invested fairly heavily in the country, particularly in selling network equipment to the carriers….

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weBoost Drive 4G-X review: Signal on the road

Losing reception in the car doesn’t seem to be the sort of thing people gripe about anymore, but that could also depend on where you live and the route you’re…

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Fitbit Alta review: The perfect Fitbit for almost everyone

Step counters, or pedometers as they’re more formally know, have existed for centuries – most people probably remember getting one alongside a box of cereal they purchased sometime in the past…

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HTC 10 review: Back to basics

For HTC, the 10 is a return back to the basic concept of a smartphone. It’s also a direct response to the heavy criticism the M9 received last year, likely…

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Windows 10 Mobile preview lets you text using your PC

Today Microsoft released a preview of its new “Messaging Everywhere” feature in an update to the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview. The feature allows users to sync their Windows 10…

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Fitbit Blaze review: Not really a ‘smart’ watch

When the Fitbit Blaze was first revealed at CES 2016, many industry observers thought it could end up being a viable Fitness-focused Apple Watch and Android Wear competitor, myself included. At…

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iPhone SE review: A 4-inch potent blend of old and new

One thing is clear about Apple’s iPhone SE – it’s for people who like small smartphones. A few hours into using the SE I quickly realized the smartphone is not designed for…