For under $400, the Nexus 5 represents the best of what Google can deliver right now with Android. Anthony takes a close look at it.
Google refreshes its Nexus smartphone with the Nexus 5, where it is an improvement in nearly all aspects. Here is our preview, ahead of our review.
LG's G2 is one of the best Android-powered smartphones on the market with some seriously impressive specs. Check out our full review.
Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, gets a month of real-world testing... but is it as great as everyone says it is?
Sony attempts to blow our socks off with its Xperia Z smartphone. Let's see how it does.
We take our first Sony smartphone out for a spin, the Xperia TX. Let's take a look and see how it went.
LG's third outing in their first-generation L series gets reviewed, the Optimus L9. Let's take a look.
We've had two months with the still-sold-out Nexus 4 from Google and LG. Come find out our thoughts after two months of use.
LG's mid-range Optimus L7 gets reviewed, the middle child of the L-series of LG's phones.
LG's mid-range Optimus L5 gets reviewed, how does it fare for a mid-range Android-based smartphone?
Google's latest flagship Nexus 4 smartphone gets reviewed, and we think it's the best Android smartphone yet.
Apple's new iPhone 5 - the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone, but is it all that it's cracked up to be?
We take a look at Samsung's 5.3-inch 'phablet', the Galaxy Note. Why have a smartphone and tablet, when you can have the Galaxy Note?
Are you a heavy 3G user and on the road with the iPhone most days? PowerSkin might have a good option for you with this powered case.
The battle of smartphones and next-gen consoles will happen in 2012. Is it the beginning of the end, or the start of something very exciting?
The iPhone 4 doesn't give you enough battery life? dexim might have just what you're after with these accessories we're looking at today.
Wireless charging is the wave of the future; we take a look at WildCharge and their conductive charging system to see how well it works.
Often the old ways are the best. We see this as Powermat take a 100 year old idea and use it to give us something new; wireless charging.
Apple brags about how secure their products are. But, with the recent malware aimed at Jailbroken phones, will they simply blame the jailbreakers?
Some may think spending 50 bucks on a piece of aluminum that holds your iPhone is crazy, and they may be right. LUXA2 does it in style, though!
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