Reviews

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Alcatel Idol 4 Review: Mid-range standout

Being the fifth-largest smartphone manufacturer in North America should garner more attention, but for Alcatel, it always seems like it is running uphill to get noticed. The Idol 4 is…

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BlackBerry DTEK60 Review: Secure Android goes high-end

The very fact the BlackBerry DTEK60 even exists might seem like a Catch-22. When a company announces it’s stopping all in-house hardware design, the launch of a new smartphone might…

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Surface Book i7 Review: One for the pros

Going into Microsoft’s fall Windows 10 event in New York City on October 26th, the company was not expected to announce a new Surface Book or Surface Pro. However, in…

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LG G5, six months later

What do you do when your main competition in your country of origin is beating you in every metric that counts? You try to be bold and do something different….

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MacBook Pro 2016 Hands-on: A future without function keys

Finally, after months of rumours and speculation, the new MacBook Pro is here and available in three different versions: the 13-inch model with physical function buttons, the 13-inch model with…

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Surface Studio Hands-on: The PC is exciting again

Back in 2010 at the All Things Digital conference, Steve Jobs shared with hosts Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher his vision for the future of computing. In his usual grandiose…

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Pixel and Pixel XL Hands-on: Say goodbye to Nexus

Prior to the Pixel and Pixel XL’s official reveal, we knew almost everything about the Google’s upcoming phone, including its sleek iPhone-like industrial design and various technical specifications — thanks…