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Tips to help you buy the perfect cell phone for your...

I knew it was time to buy my mom a cell phone when I couldn’t get a hold of her when I had a question and needed advice. To buy the perfect phone for her, I had to figure out exactly what she would like and dislike in a phone, and as I discovered, it was completely different from what I liked.  

LG G7 One review

The LG G7 One is a mid-range smartphone running stock Android, but there are some sacrifices you have to make for this combo to work.

What you should know about 5G mobile networks

With 5G, wireless services are set to undergo their biggest transformation since the 1980s, impacting how we live, work and experience the world around us.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review

Is this the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra or a rehash of the Galaxy Note in a new form? The answer is yes to both, and the S Pen stands out because of it.

Motorola Moto X review: bigger and better Android experience

Last year’s Moto X was a surprise hit, winning praise for its attractive design, nearly pure Android UI and excellent value proposition. This year’s follow-up Moto X is much more than a spec-bumped version 2. The new Moto X is significantly bigger, much more powerful and gains new features, while retaining much of the appeal of the original. I just wrapped up a week with the 2014 Moto X and I’ll be sorry to see it go.

Moto 360 review: the smartwatch evolved

Smartwatches and wearables have been a hot category this year. It seems like everyone is making one, but this early in the game it’s tough to get things just right. Motorola’s Moto 360 has been one of the most hotly anticipated devices of the season because it’s one of the first out of the gate to tackle two challenges head on: it’s round like a traditional wristwatch, and with Android Wear it has an operating system built from the ground up for wearables. I’ve been spending some quality time with a Moto 360 and this is what I think about the latest must-have high tech accessory.

Why a smartphone is the most important tool for today’s travellers

If the term “never leave home without it” applied to any one material item or product, it would have to be the smartphone. Some estimates suggest the average user looks at their smartphone screen as many as 1,500 times per week. Travelling without a handset in tow seems to be getting increasingly difficult, simply because of everything it can do. From taking photos at some exotic locale, uploading them to Instagram and messaging friends and family back home, the smartphone is a versatile tool anywhere and everywhere.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra review

Samsung is back with another big phone in the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, and does it right by focusing on its biggest asset, the S Pen.

A closer look at Google’s new devices for VR and the...

Google didn’t just unveil its two new Pixel smartphones and the Chromecast Ultra this week, it also intimated its focus on the home, and how different devices can factor into that vision. One of these was the Daydream View VR headset, designed to work with the Pixel (and other Android phones), and the other was the Google Home, a hub that uses the Google Assistant artificial intelligence platform to help with various tasks on command.

Exciting new accessories for your cellphone

Accessories for your cellphone take a useful technological gadget and transform it into an essential digital tool. Check these accessories out!

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