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With the holidays nearing, CIO.com senior writer Sarah White counts down 10 tablets that offer the most bang for your buck. Whether you're a seasoned road warrior or a tablet-toting movie fan, there's a tablet on the list for you.
Which phone's camera has the best audio quality and recording controls? We pit the V20 against handsets from Google, Apple and Samsung.
LG positions the V20 as the ultimate phone for content creators, but how does it really stack up? We compare its photos and video to content shot by the Pixel XL, Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Bose is better at masking jet-engine drone, but Sony is no slouch on that score and ultimately it offers the better-sounding cans.
Fitbit's newest wearable is ideal for fashionistas and swimmers.
This mobile USB audio device can decode just about any hi-res audio file you send it, including quad-rate DSD.
Still on the fence about whether you should upgrade to the iPhone 7? Here's what you should know.
The top three reasons why Charge 2 is Fitbit’s best activity tracker yet.
The Galaxy Note 7 is worth the cash if you're keen on carrying the equivalent of a tiny computer in your pocket.
The Channels app lets you view over-the-air broadcasts and some cable programming in iOS with the right third-party hardware.
We review the Droid editions of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, Motorola's latest high-end Android smartphones.
With the macOS Sierra public beta out, it's time for a closer look at Apple's newest OS. But our tech trio -- Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Apple guru Michael deAgonia and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw -- can't avoid the Pokemon in the room.
Unless you have strong reception to begin with, the weBoost Eqo can't do much for your smartphone experience at home.
The OneNote and Evernote note-taking apps are both useful, but one is thoughtfully designed for use with the iPad Pro and Apple's Pencil stylus, while the other ... isn't.
Few Bluetooth speakers sound or look as good as the T7 Portable Wireless Speaker, but it has some flaws.
TabletTV delivers live or recorded television to your iPad from a small palm-sized tuner, no subscription required.