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One Year Later, the OnePlus One is Still Hard to Get

“The flagship killer” still refuses to settle.

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What Our Google Searches Reveal About the Future

2014’s most popular search queries say a lot about us and where we’re heading.

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Is the Starbucks Mobile Order & Pay App a Sign of Things to Come?

Soon you won’t have to remember the phrase “Orange Mocha Frappuccino.”

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The 5 Best Smartphones of 2014

This was the BIGGEST year for smartphones yet and these were the best ones.

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Gift Guide: The Huawei Ascend Mate2 Should Be in Every Tech-Lover’s Stocking

It’s officially Black November and millions of shoppers will be visiting Newegg to get some of the best deals available online. And with so many different consumer electronics to choose from, there’s one that always stands out from the crowd: Smartphones. Fueled by rapid growth in emerging markets like China, Smartphone shipments have topped 300 […]

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3 Reasons Why Xiaomi is Now the World’s Third Biggest Smartphone Maker

Move over Samsung and Apple, there’s a new player in town.

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Is the Oppo N3 the Best Phablet in Its Price Class?

Oppo offers a phablet unlike anything you’ve ever seen. But is it better than the competition?

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iPhone 6 Plus vs. Galaxy Note 4

Head-to-Head: Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus vs. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4

The battle of the phablets has officially begun! But which one should you buy?

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3 Things You Need to Know About Google’s Nexus Program

After months of rumors, we finally get to see what Google has in store for the Nexus. And it’s awesome.

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Selfie 2.0: HTC’s RE Camera Will Change the Way We Snap Photos

HTC unveils a new camera that works in conjunction with our smartphones — it also looks nothing like a camera.

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