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Nvidia Shield is the ultimate Android TV device (Review)

Nvidia is known for their desktop GPUs but they also have their line of Shield-branded Android devices such as the Shield Tablet and the...

A no holds barred review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (Another look)

Three weeks ago I called out many reviewers of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge with the intention of making sure you readers...

Samsung’s 18.4″ Galaxy View is another game changing device that Apple will surely copy...

I have a love and hate relationship with Samsung. Samsung is one of the largest tech companies in the world, and even though they drive me absolutely...

The Nexus 6P takes Android smartphones to new heights (Review)

The Nexus 6P is a product of the perfect marriage between a relatively unknown Chinese company, Huawei, and a well known company, Google. Before...

Audiofly AF56 headphones review

This year at CE Week, we had the good fortune of meeting the faces behind the brand at Audiofly. Audiofly, for those who don't...

Review: Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx, the model of insane battery life

If you're like me, you use your device heavily, which tends to drain the battery. Extended batteries are always an option, but they typically...

MyTouch 4G… An Inside Look [REVIEW]

T-Mobile fans and subscribers, I would wager to say that the majority of us are sporting something from the MyTouch series if we don't have the Nexus One. Personally, after the G1, I moved to the MyTouch 3G, then to the MT3G Slide, and now, I have had the opportunity to get my hands on the 4G (Originally to be called the MyTouch HD, remember?) I wanted to take a moment to give you the good, the bad, and the ugly. Remember, this is just one phone geek's opinion, but hey, I've used every phone in the MyTouch series, so I think I have some clo