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Apple iOS 7 review: Eye of the beholder

Introduction<p>Depending on where you come from, the iOS 7 may be the bigger, and better, piece of news than the new iPhone duo. Certainly true if you …

Sony Xperia Z1 review: Walking on water

Introduction<p>Sony's got a plan and it's sticking to it - while other makers pile software feature upon feature, the Japanese focus on their historical …

Nokia Lumia 1020 review: View from the top

Introduction<p>PureView is on its way down in history and while we loved the Nokia 808, it will be the Lumia 1020 that makes the name more than a …

Sony Xperia Z Ultra review: Thinking big

Introduction<p>With the Xperia Z Ultra, Sony is finally turning its attention towards a market segment it has avoided so far. The market headstart of …

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 review: Walking tall

Introduction<p>Many - including this website - have complained that only big phones have high-end specs. But there's a flip side to this argument - it's …

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 review: Middle of everywhere

Introduction<p>In their third generation, the Galaxy Tab series by Samsung are finally coming to terms with playing second fiddle to the Notes. The …

Apple iOS 7 beta review: Evening the odds

Introduction<p>The last couple of iOS updates were hanging on the wrong side between too little and too late. The user interface is six years old now …

Nokia Lumia 925 review: lots of changes, but not much difference

It's been just half a year since Nokia revealed its first Windows Phone 8 device, and we've already got another flagship to review. The Lumia 925 marks a departure in design for Nokia -- it looks nothing like its predecessors, barring an expanse of screen and some capacitive Windows buttons. This …

Acer Aspire P3 review: a nice enough tablet, but wait for the refresh

Back when Windows 8 first launched, the Acer Iconia W700 quickly became one of our favorite laptop / tablet hybrids. There were two reasons for that, really: the price was right, and the battery lasted longer than pretty much any other Win 8 device we'd tested. The thing is, it was more of a …

BlackBerry Q5 review

This is probably the most important smartphone that BlackBerry will launch in 2013. You see, the Z10 and Q10 were designed for diehards, gadget lovers and those who desired a like-for-like replacement for their aging Bolds. Unfortunately for CEO Thorsten Heins, those people were never the total sum …

Sony Xperia Z Ultra review: the best phone you'll probably never buy

What we're about to describe is the same kind of phenomenon we experienced with 5-inch phones in 2010. If you recall, that year marked the debut of the Dell Streak 5, an absolutely massive smartphone / tablet hybrid for that time. Fast-forward to 2013, when 5-inch screens are the norm and 6.44-inch …

Nokia Lumia 925 review: Take Five

Introduction<p>The Nokia Lumia 925 is a subtle but meaningful update of what was - literally until a few days ago - the company's top smartphone …

Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom review: Lights, Camera, Android!

Introduction<p>Having cornered the Android smartphone market, Samsung now has smart cameras in its sights. The Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom is a crossover of …

BlackBerry Q5 review: The apprentice

Introduction<p>Smartphone makers believe in trickle-down economics. They build their portfolios top to bottom, looking to get as much bang out of the …

Asus Google Nexus 7 (2013) review: The magnificent seven

Introduction<p>A year after the original took the tablet market by storm, the second generation ASUS Nexus 7 has arrived to take part in an altogether …