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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review: is this Android’s next superstar tablet?

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Samsung was the first to introduce a viable Android tablet with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. But only months after its release, Motorola earned the honor of releasing the first device running Honeycomb, an Android…

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Sony Mobile

Verizon Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Review: Gaming God or Clunky Cell Phone?

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The beauty of Android smartphones, aside from offering an unmatched level of choice, is that they can replace the primary function of other devices. An Android smartphone is as much MP3 player and alarm clock a…

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Accessories

Sonos Music Controller for Android review: a beautiful audio set-up [Video]

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Few things are as powerful, important, or enjoyable as music. Actually, Android may hold equal sway among this crowd, so let’s meet in the middle and take a look at a production that merges the two: the Son…

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Android Devices

Barnes & Noble Nook Color Review: Read Me, Love Me

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There are times when mingling two independently intriguing elements can produce amazing results. One man’s chocolate getting into another’s peanut butter (or vice versa) birthed Reese̵…

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Google TV

Google TV Logitech Revue Review: The Best TV add-on you don’t need yet

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It’s impossible to review the Logitech Revue without also reviewing Google TV, so this review is as much about the new software as it is the device. The idea of bringing the Internet to a television isn’t new. In f…

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Android Phones and Devices

Samsung Fascinate Review: Verizon’s prettiest and perplexing phone

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The Samsung Galaxy phones are appropriately named. One is captivating, another is vibrant, and one has the features to warrant its epic moniker. In a similar vein, Verizon’s offering for the Galaxy S truly is a…

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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Charm Review: Android’s Not-so-Smartphone

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The Motorola Charm is a peculiar device. Though one might be inclined to call this a smartphone because of its operating system, the feel, experience, and likely consumer of the device lends more to what would t…

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Android Phones and Devices

HTC Desire Review (U.S. Cellular Edition): Classic phone, new country

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In an era where consumers want mega-screens, dual-core processors, the latest version of Android, and features as gaudy as kickstands and HDMI connectivity, is there any place for devices that are just at the…

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HTC EVO 4G Mega review: The Gift & The Curse

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In the interest of full disclosure, I must tell you that this review was written based on an HTC EVO 4G that was given to me for attending Google. The FTC requires that journalists and bloggers be upfront about fre…

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Android Phones and Devices

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Reviews: Camera & Camcorder

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My time with Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X10 review unit is quickly coming to a close. While I’ve already shared my overall thoughts about SE’s first Android phone, I wanted to devote more time to testing the c…

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mega Review

Android Phones and Devices

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mega Review

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The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 is launching at a challenging time. The dawn of the “superphone” is here, and competition among Android phones has never been hotter. The X10’s greatest strength – a gorgeous UI tha…

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Review: Timescape

Android Phones and Devices

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Review: Timescape

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Sony Ericsson’s UX platform reimagines Android with a slick new interface and integrated communication features. A major part of that redesigned experience is Timescape, SE’s integrated med…

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Reviews: Mediascape

Android Phones

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Reviews: Mediascape

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Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X10 adds many changes to Android, including the way it handles music, movies, and photos. The Mediascape app that SE created is the media management app that I have always craved.…

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HTC Hero Mega Review: our take on the Sprint-branded HTC Hero

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HTC Hero Mega Review: our take on the Sprint-branded HTC Hero

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Forget the belabored intros. I’ve got a Hero in my hands and you want to know how well it performs. The good folks at Sprint and HTC were kind enough to lend me a phone to toy with, so here are my thoughts on the CDMA ver…

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