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    6 Dirt Cheap Smartphones that are Actually Quite Good

    Cheap smartphones, no contract. Pick one, right? Unsubsidized, off-contract phones come at a high price—high enough to make the confines of a two-year contract preferable by comparison, which is really saying something. But, that’s only true for the flagship phones that get most of the publicity. The market is awash in low- and mid-tier budget […]

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    HTC Desire Coming to Virgin Mobile

    If you like the HTC One line, but don’t care much for the price, good news. The HTC Desire, a mid-range smartphone that has done well abroad, is finally coming to the United States through Virgin Mobile. HTC plans on bringing both the Desire 610 and Desire 816 stateside, although they’ve only provided pricing and […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi Tablet Review

    Looking for a great tablet without breaking the bank? Of course! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi tablet pretty much has it all (except for a name that is not confusing). While it falls into the mid-range category, you’ll be quite surprised what this thing’s packing. High resolution ultra-vibrant display? Check. Long battery life? […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S Tablet is Crazy Thin [Hands-on]

    Samsung doesn’t have quite as big of a slice of the United States tablet market as they do in smartphones, but they’re still in second. There’s a huge gap between them and Apple, and although market share is being mostly driven by low-cost tablets recently, it hasn’t helped that Samsung hasn’t really put anything out […]

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    Galaxy S5 Active is Ready to Break a Sweat, Lands at AT&T

    The Galaxy S series isn’t just made up of one flagship device anymore. Samsung has all kinds of offshoots, perhaps most notably the Active smartphones. Samsung’s Galaxy S Active phones tend to be more rugged than the stock flagship device, usually at the expense of some high-end specs. Looks like that’s changing this time around.

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    ASUS Padfone X Smartphone/Tablet Hybrid Lands at AT&T

    Back in January, we took a look at the ASUS PadFone X at CES, the latest in ASUS’ trademark smartphone-tablet hybrid line. The high-end 5” smartphone, which comes with a 9” tablet dock, was promised as an AT&T exclusive. Today AT&T announced pricing and availability for the PadFone X, and for a two-in-one device, the […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S5 Review in 11 Memes

    The Samsung Galaxy S5 for AT&T has finally arrived and it’s sure to be one of the hottest smartphones of 2014. But what makes it so hot? What are the features of the Galaxy S5 that you won’t want to miss? We break it down for you in 10 memes. Selective focus for DSLR-like shots, […]

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    Leef Access is a Micro SD Card Reader for Android Phones

    Most Android smartphones out there these days have a built-in Micro SD card reader built in. But some don’t! And that’s a bummer. Now, it’s less of a bummer, thanks to Leef and their new Access Micro SD card reader. Access is a little dongle that plugs into your phone’s microUSB port. Just like that, […]

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    Yezz Loads Their Smartphone with Flappy Bird

    Yezz doesn’t have much in the way of name recognition in the world of mobile phones, but they’ve got one hell of a head-turner on their hands with their new contest. One lucky winner will win their Andy A5 smartphone. Big deal, right? It’s a cheap Android phone. Well, it is a big deal, because […]

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    HTC One M8 – is it a Winner? We Go Hands-on

    Sometimes, it’s all too easy to forget that the smartphone race has more than two horses. HTC is still trying to hang in there with Samsung and Apple, and to their credit, they’ve released some excellent, critically acclaimed phones that just haven’t quite taken off. Last year’s HTC One was a good example of that […]

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    Could the Moto 360 Smartwatch Best the Galaxy Gear?

    What could very well be the swan song of the short-lived Google-Motorola era is here, and it’s wearable technology done right. The Moto 360 is the newest smartwatch on the market, and it nails the most important aspect of wearable technology – it looks like something you’d actually like to wear. There are actually two […]

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    The Android Smartwatch that Doesn’t Run Android – Confused Yet?

    Smartwatches made for Android phones that don’t actually run Android are nothing new – look no further than the Galaxy Gear line, which runs on the Tizen OS. But, when you actually call your device the Android Smartwatch, that’s when things get a little confusing. OKO ‘s second smartwatch, the Android Smartwatch, should be hitting […]