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  • First impressions: The iPad Pro is 'wicked fast'

    The iPad Pro is the biggest thing to happen to Apple's iPad line-up. Yes, that’s a pun, but it's also true.

  • Review: The Apple TV has promise, but doesn’t fully deliver

    With beefed up specs, Siri support, a new remote control, and, more importantly, an App Store, the new Apple TV represents a real leap forward. But there are some exasperating shortcomings as well.

  • Hands on: The iPad Pro -- It's a laptop! It's a tablet!

    With the arrival this week of the iPad Pro, Apple launches a salvo in the hybrid, 2-in-1 wars. It's clearly a great tablet, but will it replace a laptop?

  • Review: Dell Chromebook 13 vs. Toshiba Chromebook 2

    Midrange Chromebooks have never been so good. Here's a long-term, real-world comparison of this season's standouts: the Dell Chromebook 13 and the Toshiba Chromebook 2.

  • Review: The HTC One A9 -- an iPhone for the Android crowd

    HTC's new flagship phone, the One A9, may look a lot like an iPhone, but its features and UI are strictly Android. And it's definitely worth checking out.

  • Nexus 5X and 6P deep-dive review: Google's dynamic duo

    Google's new Nexus 5X and 6P smartphones set a new standard for how good Android can be -- and how much a standout smartphone should cost.

  • Review: Steve Jobs offers more Hollywood fiction than fact

    The latest movie about Apple's iconic leader, Steve Jobs, throws adherence to the truth out the window. But it's still a captivating look at the man.

  • Deep dive review: The iPhone 6S Plus delivers the goods

    The iPhone 6S may look like last year's, but it offers top-notch performance, better cameras and the arrival of 3D Touch -- all excellent reasons to upgrade.

  • Review: Apple shines up OS X with 'El Capitan'

    After a summer in public beta, OS X 10.11 El Capitan is now available to the Mac masses. The newest desktop OS builds on the foundation put in place by last year's Yosemite, though it does also offer some useful tweaks and updates.

  • First look: The new iPhone 6S Plus impresses

    From the faster new A9 chip to updated cameras, a faster Touch ID system and a new pressure-sensitive multitouch display, the latest iPhone represents more than a typical evolutionary update.

  • Review: WatchOS 2 offers timely (and needed) tweaks

    Apple has finally introduced watchOS2, an OS update for its Watch that delivers new watch faces and new features like Time Travel and Nightstand mode.

  • Moto X Pure Edition review: A clever phone with a killer price

    Motorola's new Moto X Pure Edition flagship phone has a lot of compelling qualities -- and considerable bang for the buck. But it's not perfect.

  • Review: iOS 9 delivers polish and stability

    iOS 9, Apple's free update to its mobile OS, delivers relevant information, smarter search, better security and much needed stability.

  • Galaxy Note 5: A totally subjective road-warrior test

    I decided to take the sample Galaxy Note 5 provided to Network World by Samsung to CTIA’s Super Mobility 2015 conference in Las Vegas – to see if Samsung has finally made a device that can replace the journalist’s trusty notebook.

  • New Jobs movie: A quieter, more authentic portrait

    "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine" opens today and explores the question of why so many people were so moved by a man who has been described as ruthless, egocentric and cruel.

  • Review: 6 things to know about the Galaxy S6 Edge+

    Samsung's latest curved-screen smartphone, the Galaxy S6 Edge+, looks great -- but does that necessarily make it a better device?

  • Taming your cables

    Where's there's computer, there's going to be cables which means you're going to be annoyed ... here are three gadgets to make USB, Thunderbolt, and cables in general much less annoying

  • Galaxy Note 5 review: A big phone finally grows up

    The new Galaxy Note 5 brings some much-needed sophistication into Samsung's plus-sized phone family -- but at what cost?

  • Motorola takes the Hint and improves its headset -- somewhat

    The Moto Hint Bluetooth headset was designed as an accompaniment to the second-gen Moto X. It's got a lot of good features -- but may not be competitive, despite its lower price.

  • Review: Ditto gives your phone good vibrations

    A small but efficient gadget called Ditto offers an unobtrusive way to be notified of calls, texts and emails.