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LG’s new phablet smartphone offers a few new creativity-focused features.
It's got powerful internals, a 20-megapixel camera, and a version of Android that isn't annoying to look at—hopefully a stint at Verizon will help it reach more users.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
Lark tracks your sleeping and fitness activity, and engages in quick conversations with you to keep you on track with your daily goals.
With the exception of a mediocre camera, this may be the best Android phone you can buy.
The Sony Xperia Z2 has a lot of power under the hood and a great design, but since it's only available in its unsubsidized form, you'll need to ask yourself how much you're willing to spend.
It's pricier than some other mid-range devices out there, but you can hardly tell with all the premium features it's packed with.
With a Sapphire Shield display and Qi-Wireless charging, the Brigadier is a smartphone that delivers some surprises for its price point.
If you don't think you can be productive using just a tablet, you haven't tried the right tablet.
You push a button, and pizza shows up. It's like magic. Except for that it's actually just a pizza delivery service.