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The BlackBerry Priv, six months later

BlackBerry CEO John Chen would never dare say it publicly, but launching an Android-based smartphone all but signaled the end for the company’s own BB10 operating system. The BlackBerry Priv…

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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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Holograms are here: Head-on with HoloLens

Two years ago, I lifted the lid off a box and placed a piece of the future on my face. After I powered up my Google Glass and the display lit…

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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…

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iPhone SE Hands-on: Power in a 4-inch package

It looks like the recent iPhone SE rumours were almost completely accurate. At its Cupertino, California-based central campus today, Apple finally revealed a product industry observers have predicted the company has been…

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9.7-inch iPad Pro Hands-on: Same tablet, smaller build

Today’s theme at Apple is clear: Users want smaller iOS devices, and the company has delivered. At Apple’s press conference this morning, the Cupertino, California-based company revealed a 9.7-inch iPad…

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Sony Xperia X Hands-on: A new mid-range contender?

With LG and Samsung stealing much of the attention at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it’s easy to forget other manufacturers are also announcing new smartphones at the…