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Screen size comparison, from left to right: 5-inch 1080p Galaxy S4, 5.5-inch 720p Galaxy Note 2, 6.3-inch 720p Galaxy Mega, 8-inch 720p Galaxy Tab 3 8.0

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review

If users found the Galaxy Note phablet series to be unwieldy and an odd form factor, the Galaxy Mega is even more perplexing as it straddles the phablet and tab...
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Nexus 7 Review (2013)

The new Nexus 7 for 2013 delivers a good Android tablet experience with a brilliant 1080P HD display, quick performance and a thinner, better looking design tha...
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OUYA Review: Android Gaming Console

The OUYA Game Console potentially gives Android gamers hours of fun on their TV instead of a phone or tablet. The system comes in a small package with an accept...
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Nexus 7 Review: From Hero to Zero

The 2012 Nexus 7, the old Nexus 7, is riding off into the sunset. After a good year of life, Google has announced a new Nexus 7 that has already replaced the ol...
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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Review

This year, we're beginning to see a trend where waterproof phones that fit the active lifestyle are coming with specs that are worthy of a flagship phone, and t...