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The HTC U Ultra isn't worth buying, but that doesn't mean it's all bad.
The convenience of Lightning doesn't make up for the poorly designed ear tips and only average noise cancellation.
Anything you can do with an Amazon Echo inside your home you can now do with your Android phone inside your car.
One of the best ways LG takes advantage of its unique 18:9 display is in the camera. Let's take a closer look.
These noise-cancelling cans are stylish and they sound great, but that's not enough to put them at the top of our list.
Dual-cameras are all the rage right now, but don’t get caught up in the type of the Blade V8 Pro.
One minor shortcoming kept us from giving these headphones a perfect score.
The AK70 is one of the first hi-res audio players on the market to support aptX HD hi-res music streaming over Bluetooth, but its lack of MQA support has us scratching our heads.
Huawei’s first U.S. flagship takes aim at Samsung with a ton of screen packed into its svelte, slim body.
RAVPower’s QC 3.0 pack is identical in design to other RAVPower portable batteries, but this time with Quick-Charge 3.0.
Huawei's Mate 9 Android smartphone may not be flagship-level, but it offers a large 5.9-in. display and a lot of good tech for less money.
USB-C is slowly becoming the norm, adding to the value (and overall cost) of packs like this one.
The new wireless headphones do a lot of things right -- and look like two cigarettes stuck in your ears, says reviewer Michael deAgonia.
iPhone fans will love the sound and design of Apple's wireless earbuds, and no, they won't fall out of your ears.
The AirPods sound great, work well, and stay put—we put them to the headbanging test.
Lumsing’s battery pack is small, portable, and easy to tote around, but falls short on providing enough power.
OnePlus refreshes its latest handset just six months after it was released, making it faster, longer-lasting, and better for snapping selfies.
While budget-conscious phones are getting better, the ZMax Pro feels stuck in the past.
The Le Pro3 looks and feels like a winner, and then you begin using it and everything starts to fall apart.
It's $100 less than the Axon 7, but you’re giving up a lot more than screen size with the smaller device.