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Galaxy Note with S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Editors’ Choice Award

We awarded the $299 Samsung Galaxy Note a Most Versatile Device award in large part due to this phone's two most prominent differentiators: the large 5.3-inch screen and the S Pen. However, just being big and new and pen-enabled isn’t enough to capture the hearts of the Android-loving populace. You need the newest OS, a powerful processor, LTE speeds, and a high resolution display. Oh, and it should make phone calls.
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Droid XYBOARD 10.1 Review (Video)

The Droid XYBOARD 10.1 is a new 4G LTE Android tablet available from Verizon Wireless. Motorola has taken everything the company learned from the Xoom to releas...
iBallz on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

iBallz iPad and Tablet Accessory Review

There are dozens of accessory and case makers in the world attempting to solve the problem of protecting your precious iPad or Android tablet from the pitfalls of modern life.Some solve this by wrapping it in armor or gel or just mounting it to a stable surface, never to move.Some solve this by wrapping the tablet in balls.
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Motorola Droid 3 Review (Video)

Usually, when a new Droid phone is rumored to be headed to shelves, people are beside themselves. Case in point, the Motorola Droid Bionic. Yet, when the Motoro...