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Kyocera Brigadier review: An ugly, indestructible mid-range phone

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If you don't think you can be productive using just a tablet, you haven't tried the right tablet.

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SnapUp builds shopping lists out of your product screenshots

Browse for stuff on your phone, take a screenshot, and SnapUp makes that info shop-able.

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Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is a cheap Samsung tablet with reading-focused Barnes & Noble perks

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Hands-on: Sharp's Sprint-bound Aquos Crystal phone and its barely there bezel

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Biometric headphones measure a wearer's heart rate

The headphones from SMS Audio, majority owned by rapper 50 Cent, work with a popular fitness application

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