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Did Motorola ‘shrink and pink’ the new Moto 360?

Over the years, many electronics manufacturers have been guilty of the “shrink it and pink it” approach when it comes to designing devices specifically for women. The logic being that…

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iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus review

By now, the “S” series iPhone follows a predictable pattern: it retains the same design as its predecessor, but debuts a new flagship feature that, over time, trickles down (or…

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Google OnHub Router review

The router market hasn’t changed all that much in the past few years. Standards like high-speed 802.11ac have made things faster, and boxes with myriad antennas have somewhat improved in-home coverage,…

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iPod touch 2015 review

You’d be forgiven for missing Apple’s latest iPod touch refresh in the months leading up to the company’s big fall hardware event, but if you’re in the market for a…

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Hands-on with the massive iPad Pro

The iPad Pro is nothing if not enormous. Apple’s biggest tablet ever, which features a 12.9-inch 2732 x 2048 pixel display with a density of 264 ppi — not surprisingly,…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review

The Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung’s best phone ever, but by a narrower margin than any previous Galaxy device preceding it. That not only sums up the state of Samsung’s…

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SyrupCast 51: From Good to Great

This week, Daniel and Douglas get into it about BlackBerry’s acquisition of rival Good Technology. Is John Chen in it for himself, or does he have the best interests of…

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Hands-on with the new Moto 360: Choice matters

Motorola hasn’t rested on its laurels in the twelve months since it released the original Moto 360. Despite being at the top of the Android Wearable heap, the company has…

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Photo Shootout: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. LG G4 vs. iPhone 6 Plus

Until recently there was an unwavering truth about smartphone cameras: they were generally terrible. But slowly but surely the commoditization of tiny sensors has led to remarkable breakthroughs in fidelity,…