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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus hands-on: A cunning copycat

Samsung's refreshed flagship Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a refined and elegant piece of hardware that promises productivity.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live review: Bold beans battle the AirPods

Samsung braved uncharted territory with the Galaxy Buds Live, at a time when everyone is following Apple's lead.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hands-on: Flagship power and style

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a beast of a phone that targets professionals, gamers, and geeks. Is it

Google Pixel 4a review: Google’s best phone in years

The Pixel 4a is Google's newest entry into the mid-range Android space. But with so much good competition, is it

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus one year later: Is it still worth buying?

With the Galaxy Note 20 series on the horizon, is it still worth grabbing a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Mobvoi TicWatch C2 Plus Review: Powered up and ready for 2020

A sensible internal upgrade and classic good looks make the TicWatch C2 Plus smartwatch a sensible buy.

OnePlus Nord review: Doing value the old-fashioned way

OnePlus embraces its past with the nicely priced OnePlus Nord.

Lenovo Flex 5G review: Insane battery life at a cost

The Lenovo Flex 5G runs the Snapdragon 8cx with 5G with fast internet and insane battery life at a cost.

Asus ROG Phone 3 review: A gaming powerhouse for everyone

The Asus ROG Phone 3 is a powerhouse of a gaming phone, but it's also an incredible everday smartphone.

Asus ROG Phone 3 review: At the top of its game

Want to take your mobile gaming to the next level? The Asus ROG Phone 3 is the phone for you.

OnePlus Buds review: No longer serving the Android community at large

These are another pair of buds joining the ranks of uncanny valley AirPods.

OnePlus Nord hands-on: New beginnings feel familiar

The OnePlus Nord has landed! Here's all you need to know about OnePlus' latest device.

OnePlus Nord hands-on review: Back to its value-centric roots

Yes, the OnePlus Nord really does cost less than $500, and yes, it's shaping up to be a great smartphone.

Acer Chromebook Spin 713 review: The classic workhorse

The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 targets both consumers and business types with its rugged, metal chassis and swift performance.

August Smart Lock and View doorbell review: Unlocking potential (and your house)

The August smart lock is exactly what busy modern families need to manage their front door and home security.

Huawei FreeBuds 3i review: Great features on a budget

This affordable pair of true-wireless headphones is worth your attention.

JLab GO Air review: Go anywhere with the GO Air

JLab proves time and time again that affordable headsets are more than just cheap.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus hands-on: A cunning copycat

Samsung's refreshed flagship Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a refined and elegant piece of hardware that promises productivity.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live review: Bold beans battle the AirPods

Samsung braved uncharted territory with the Galaxy Buds Live, at a time when everyone is following Apple's lead.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hands-on: Flagship power and style

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a beast of a phone that targets professionals, gamers, and geeks. Is it