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HTC One Max Review

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Ooo and they were so close! I read the reports and analyzed the sales figures… Yet despite better judgment, even I was rooting for underdog HTC to rise from the ashes of poor device sales and continue on to compete shoulder-to-shoulder with “The House That Jobs Built” and camp Samsung....

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Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite Laptop Review

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Samsung is in a really good position right now. It’s dominating the smartphone market–gobbling the lion’s share of smartphones sold internationally. The company has plenty wiggle room to test new emerging markets and tech. The Galaxy Gear is a great example of this, as is their struggling yet formidable SideSync...

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HTC 8XT First Impressions: 6 Talking Points (list)

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Our friends at Sprint offered up another mobile gem for our editorial appraisal. It’s the Sprint edition HTC 8XT Windows Phone. It’s a another mobile device powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 dual-core processor clocked at 1.4ghz. It’s touting 1080p video capture, a 800 x 480 Gorilla Glass display, 1gb of...

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Nokia Lumia 1020 Vs. Apple iPhone 5 (spec comparison)

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For those on the on fence, mulling over whether to jump from iPhone country to the new Windows Phone OS with the Spartan classy appearance, this next series of pieces is just for you. It’s comparison time people. Yet this one is more speculation with “spec” being the operative word...

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HTC One Mini Available September 2013

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My love for the HTC One is well known and repeatedly documented. Several ed. pieces are often “enthusiastically” referenced by One-naysayers. We like to make things easy for our readers, even ridicule. Interestingly, HTC has a similar idea. Like myself, many have salivated over the HTC One and it’s unibody...

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Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone Review

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‘m a believer in the Window Phone platform. More manufacturers seem to be putting hammer to anvil to forge a variety of devices. That’s great. Market saturation is sorely needed, as are more apps for the Windows Phone OS. This is something currently swelling at a simmering pace. Still, until...