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It's packed with features -- like a vastly improved camera and a new fingerprint scanner -- but how does Samsung's latest phone measure up to other Android phones?
The latest flagship phone from Sony has a vibrant screen and snappy processor. Too bad it's limited to just T-Mobile's network here in the U.S.
Move over, Chromecast -- Roku is cramming its streaming service into a tiny HDMI stick. We find out if this tiny package can deliver big entertainment.
The ZTE Boost Max has plenty to boast about: a cool chassis, a bright 5.6-inch display, and an 8-megapixel camera that's capable of capturing even the most mundane of Instagram moments.
The Nokia Lumia Icon for Verizon is the best Windows Phone we've tested in 2014, though noticeable shutter lag and a nagging lack of applications hold it back.
LG's smartphone has a top-of-the-line processor, and it's comfortable to hold. But the phone's low pixel density and large size might disappoint.
The Lumia 1520 is the biggest Windows Phone yet -- perhaps a little too big.
Microsoft has finally given us the living room hub device everyone else has said they would make in the last decade. Here's our review.
Sometimes it's the little things -- like the Retina iPad mini itself -- that matter the most.
Apple's new full-sized iPad is lighter and thinner than its predecessor. And it's a top performer, too.
The Nexus 5 is an awesome phone, but its software is what really sets it apart from the Android pack.
Microsoft's second attempt at an entry-level Surface tablet includes negligible spec bumps, and not much more.
If you're looking for the smallest of teeny-tiny PCs for your home theater or small business, Intel's latest Next Unit of Computing shines. But it remains a niche product with some limitations.
Double is an easy-to-use robot that uses an iPad for its controls and videoconferencing.
The new iMac isn't exciting, but it offers a very good performance for the price.
The third iteration of Samsung's not-quite-phone, not-quite-tablet Note line is one of the company's better phones currently available. But it's also pretty bloated.
The new iPhone looks a lot like the old one on the outside, but inside, it's a whole new ballgame.
It doesn't boast the marquee features of the pricier iPhone 5s, but Apple's colorful new iPhone offers a compelling upgrade argument for anyone with an older model.
The low price point may tempt you, but if you really want a good phone that’s comfortable outdoors, you’ll want to look to its more capable competitors to get the job done right.
Outfitted with a fast Intel CPU and 12GB RAM, the Inspiron 2350 proves that all-in-ones can be both handsome and good performers.
Apple's eye-catching new iOS 7 is more than just a facelift. It not only redefines the way your iPhone or iPad looks, but also how it works. And it does so with style.
An Ultrabook it's not, but if you're looking for a powerful, portable gaming rig, this Haswell-powered Asus G750JH delivers the goods.
The SlateBook x2 could make for a compelling netbook replacement, but it suffers from a relatively high price and some problematic software.
The second iteration of the friendly little robot ball is faster, brighter, and more fun all around.
The ET2702 has a very high-res 27-inch display, but the absence of one component renders it an also-ran in our benchmark competition.
Easily Motorola's best-looking Android phone to date, the Moto X has unimpressive specs but runs very well.
If you're in the market for an Android tablet, the new Nexus 7 is the one to get, according to Armando Rodriguez.
A little water won't hurt Sony's new smartphone. Susie Ochs reviews the Xperia Z.