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Samsung Will Revamp Phones, But Not the Galaxy S5

Samsung phones face surging Chinese competition. So, Samsung's plan to revamp is aimed at low-end models rather than the Galaxy S5. More 

Nexus 6 Review: Google Goes Big

Our Google Nexus 6 review reveals a massive phablet with powerful hardware and a huge display that shows off Android Lollipop More 

Fire Phone Flop: Amazon Should Drop Its Smartphone Ambitions

The Fire Phone is a flop to the tune of $170 million, and Amazon should abandon its plans to be a smartphone player. More 

Moto X Review – Android Bargain is Bigger, But is it Better?

The 2014 Moto X improves on last year with bigger Full HD display, quad-core CPU and $99 price but it has grown into a bigger device More 

Do Samsung’s Smartphone Woes Signal Trouble Ahead for Apple Margins?

The iPhone 6 release is masking pressure on smartphone margins, but Apple may eventually find the iPhone is a less profitable commodity More 

Apple iPad Event: New iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 and Retina iMac

Apple iPad event shows off latest new iPad models with Touch ID and new 5K 27-inch iMac with Retina Display More 

Oct. 16 Apple iPad Event: What to Expect

The upcoming Apple iPad event is likely to feature a new iPad Air and Retina iMacs. More 

Google Shamu: GOOG Finds Phablet Religion

Google Shamu a monster 5.9-inch Google phablet that risks jumping the shark by pushing the boundaries of how big a smartphone can be. More 

10 Best Global Brands 2014: Apple (AAPL) Keeps Top Spot

Interbrand's list of the best global brands for 2014 has been released and Apple is ranked number one for the second year in a row. More 

BlackBerry Passport Review: Hip to be Square?

BBRY gambled with the big, square BlackBerry Passport, but 200,000 sales at launch suggest it knows its professional customers More