This week we reviewed the LG G6, Huawei P10/Plus, and a ton of other devices, walked through the history of LG’s G series, and discussed Google’s dilemma with the Home. Here’s the news of the week!

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LG G6 review LG’s latest flagship is here! After a torrid 2015, the company needs a smash hit. Does a unique 18:9 screen and dual camera deliver? Let’s find out in our LG G6 review.


Huawei P10 and P10 Plus review Join us as we find out just how good the P series has become in our full Huawei P10 and P10 Plus review!


Withings Steel HR review The Withings Steel HR is a beautiful fitness tracking analog watch with a small digital display. Is it worth the money? Find out in our full review.


Evolution of the LG G series: A hard fought battle The LG G6 is here and it’s gorgeous. Let’s take a look at the origins and evolution of the LG G series that brought us to this point.


The LG G6: how LG got its groove back The LG G6 is in many ways a return to form for LG. From the modular mess of the G5, LG has returned to basics with the G6 and managed to get its groove back.


OPPO R9s review Should you consider the OPPO R9s over similarly priced options like the ZTE Axon 7, Honor 8 or OnePlus 3T? Now is the time to take a closer look with our OPPO R9s review!


New Balance RunIQ and PaceIQ review Can a shoe manufacturer break into the smartwatch and Bluetooth headphone scene with little to no experience in the space? Let’s find out!


Google Home, Beauty and the Beast, and Google’s dilemma Though the search giant has specified that the Beauty and the Beast promotion was not an ad, it could be a proof-of-concept for future voice ads.


New colors and headphone ports: the new smartphone ‘features’ Since when did a headphone port become a feature? Why hype the existence of a black color option for your phone? OEMs need to stop hyping the past.


Do we really want an app for everything? Starbucks has an app for pre-ordering, but you still have to wait to pick up your order. Do any of these corporate apps really offer anything meaningful?


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