Iterate and update. That's the mantra of the smartphone world these days. Where radical design changes between generations of phones might have been commonplace just a year or so ago, most manufacturers... Read Full Review
Google’s just another carrier, or at least that’s what it’ll tell you. Just as Verizon and AT&T customize every device they sell, with apps and... Read Full Review
Priced At $349.99
Released Dec. 10, 2013
What if screens didn't have to be flat? It's a question designers and engineers have been asking for years as they imagined tablets you could roll up like a... Read Full Review
In this review of the Nexus 5, I will attempt to answer one simple question: is Google capable of making a flagship, best-in-class smartphone it can sell for... Read Full Review
Priced At $349.00
Released Oct. 31, 2013
LG used to be cool. The Chocolate, En-V, and other phones were household names back when messaging phones and QWERTY keyboards ruled the world, and LG’s... Read Full Review
Anything you can do, I can do better... LG and Samsung are in the midst of a battle. An epic back-and-forth. A billions-of-dollars tit-for-tat. The two... Read Full Review
Released Q2 2013
Getting the Nexus 4 for review was something of a treat for me. I've been anticipating the arrival of a follow-up (and upgrade) from the company's previous... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.00
Released Nov. 13, 2012
In the Android world right now, all eyes are on LG. After years of sub-par products, the company has found relevance again with the Optimus G, garnering... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.99
Released Nov. 11, 2012
When Samsung released the Galaxy Note, it was met with some skepticism. Do people want a huge phone with a huge screen that barely fits in your pocket,... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.99
Released Sep. 10, 2012
LG's recent efforts in the US phone market have been somewhat... underwhelming. The company's been a stalwart supporter of 720p displays, which is great, but... Read Full Review
Released Jun. 11, 2012
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