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Features

Google Pixel & Pixel XL vs the competition

by Andrew Grush October 4, 2016129 comments

Google Home review - the future of the home?

by John Velasco November 18, 201630 comments

Shootout: How good is the new Pixel XL camera?

by Nirave Gondhia October 4, 201678 comments

Flirting with the iPhone 7: why I just couldn't do it

by Kris Carlon October 15, 2016753 comments
Latest

Google and Amazon need to learn to get along

Google And amazon have a weird relationship. They're totally separate, but if they came together, beautiful things would happen - for both sides.
by Adam Doud31 minutes ago

HTC will still make phones – but should it bother?

HTC is getting a bucket of cash for Google, but most of its top-talent is leaving. HTC will still be making phones, but we had to ask if it still should.
by Adam Doud17 hours ago1

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Why?

As soon as I took the Galaxy S8 Active out of the box I noticed something that made me know, instantly, that I wouldn't like it as much as previous Active phones.
by Joshua Vergara20 hours ago

Here’s how we’re already living in 1984

Technology today gives governments and corporations more ways to spy on us than ever before. But are we really living in 1984?
by Adam Sinicki23 hours ago

What to look for in a good budget phone

Finding the right combination of compromise in a good budget phone can be difficult. This is what we have found about low to midrange phones so far.
by Adam Doud2 days ago

Are smartphones still getting faster? Does Moore’s law still apply?

There was a time that technology was predicted to roughly double in power each year. But is this true for modern smartphones? Are they still getting dramatically faster?
by Adam Sinicki2 days ago

HTC in a nutshell: What went wrong and what went right

Following Google's $1 billion cash injection into keeping HTC alive, we take a look at what went wrong - and what went right - with the Taiwanese company.
by Tristan Rayner3 days ago

What is screen burn in and how can you prevent it?

Screen burn-in has been a long running topic of discussion when debating smartphone OLED displays. Here's how to avoid any problems with your handset.
by Robert Triggs3 days ago

The history of Android OS: its name, origin and more

Now that Android 8.0 Oreo is here, we look back at the history and names from the previous versions of the Android operating system.
by John Callaham4 days ago

Huawei Mate 10 series: all the rumors in one place (Updated: September 20)

We have rounded up all the latest rumors regarding the Huawei Mate 10 series, the phablets that will also go head to head with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
by Mitja Rutnik4 days ago
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