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Eric Zeman

Eric has been a journalist for nearly 20 years and has covered mobile tech exclusively since 2001. He lives in New Jersey.

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Huawei and the Trump debacle: The story so far (Updated: August 13)

Trump's recent statements on Huawei are a bit confusing. The company also announced its Android replacement software.
Eric ZemanAugust 13, 2019456 shares
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Sony Xperia 1 review: Ahead of the curve

The Sony Xperia 1 tries to make a case for 21:9 displays and doesn’t quite cross the finish line.
Eric ZemanAugust 13, 2019838 shares
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Samsung Galaxy S10 review: Finding the middle ground is hard

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is a fantastic phone that might easily be lost in the shuffle. 
Eric ZemanAugust 2, 2019449 shares
 

Dongle me this: Why I’m not mad that headphone jacks are going away

Here's why Eric isn't mourning the loss of the headphone jack on modern phones.
Eric ZemanAugust 1, 2019395 shares
 

Video: Samsung’s upcoming tablet and smartwatch revealed in new teaser

Samsung plans to announce two new devices, likely the Tab S6 and Galaxy Watch, before the big Note 10 reveal on Aug. 7.
Eric ZemanJuly 30, 201916 shares
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LG V50 ThinQ review: Phone more widely available as 5G coverage grows

The LG V50 ThinQ is the first 5G smartphone sold by Sprint. Here is Android Authority's review.
Eric ZemanJuly 30, 2019240 shares
 

Pixel 3a increased Google’s hardware sales by a ton last quarter

Google parent Alphabet saw strong gains in revenue and earnings thanks to improvements in Google's hardware business.
Eric ZemanJuly 25, 201982 shares
 

Motorola Moto E6: Specs and where to buy

Verizon is selling Motorola's sixth-generation Moto E for $149.
Eric ZemanJuly 25, 201935 shares
 

The Moto E6 debuts on Verizon Wireless for just $149, we go hands-on

The Motorola Moto E6 is an entry-level handset that promises to cover the basics: a good screen and excellent battery life.
Eric ZemanJuly 25, 201942 shares
 

T-Mobile’s taco Tuesday a hit with Times Square tourists

T-Mobile and Taco Bell served up tacos to inquisitive tourists in New York City.
Eric ZemanJuly 23, 201950 shares
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