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Review: Amazon Fire offers new ways to use phones

The iPhone and its Android smartphone rivals are so much alike that companies have been suing each other for stealing ideas. The Fire phone uses Android, but Amazon has modified it to the point that it's barely recognizable.

Review: Evolutionary advances in new smartwatches

New Android wristwatches from Samsung and LG make a few evolutionary advances, though I won't be rushing out to buy either. Samsung's Gear Live and LG's G Watch are good products and will appeal to those who like to be among the first to own new gadgets.

Review: Amazon phone watches you watch it

Amazon set out to do something different with the unveiling of its first smartphone Wednesday. How about a completely new way of interacting with your phone, for starters?

Review: Samsung fitness products offer the basics

Samsung's latest gadgets try to tap into people's passions for tracking fitness activities.

Gadget Watch: LG Lifeband Touch needs a purpose

The Lifeband marks the entry of LG Electronics Inc. into the fledgling market of wearable gadgets and follows smartwatches from Samsung Electronics Co., Sony Corp. and others. LG started selling the Lifeband in the U.S. last month for $150. It will be available in parts of Asia and Europe in coming weeks.

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 10 review

Whether it is the ultra-portable laptops or miniature smart watches that make you feel like James Bond, portable gadgets are in great demand. With increasing number of people adopting the work hard-party harder mantra, a device that can double up as your work and play partner is something everyone is looking for.

Review: Surface works as laptop, has trade-offs

The Surface Pro 3 works as a tablet when you want to watch video or read e-books. It works as a laptop when you need to get serious work done. The Surface delivers on both, though it falls short of meeting Microsoft's claim to do so without compromising on either.

Sony PlayStation 4 has had an impressive first six months, here is why

It has been six months since the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One hit the market. Sony has sold more than 7 million units while the Microsoft's flagship gaming console has sold over 5 million devices. The numbers show the PS4 has had an impressive run so far.

Review: Windows Phone advances with 8.1 update

Microsoft's new Windows system for smartphones addresses many of the shortcomings in previous versions.

Samsung phone durable, but iPhone has edge: study

Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone is more durable than last year's model and other leading Android phones, but the iPhone 5s outperformed all of them in part because of its smaller size, a new study finds.

Review: Windows Phone innovations show promise

In the market for smartphones, Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 system is barely there. It's dwarfed by Apple's iOS and Google's Android systems in both attention and sales.

Review: Fire TV device great, but not fully ready

Amazon's new Fire TV streaming device shows a lot of potential in bringing together the best features from competing devices and adding voice search on top of that.

Review: HTC One (M8)

The new phone, known officially as HTC One (M8), will cost about $200 to $250 with a two-year service contract, or about $650 without a contract. Customers can choose gray, gold or silver.

Review: Galaxy Note Pro 12.2

Samsung's new Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet blurs the distinction between a laptop and a tablet computer. Its on-screen keyboard has capabilities that are more common with laptops, and its screen is larger than what many laptops have.

Review: Uneasy first steps with Google Glass

Shaped like a lopsided headband, Google Glass is an unassuming piece of technology when you're holding it in your hands. You feel as if you can almost break it, testing its flexibility. Putting it on, though, is another story.
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