Google Nexus 5 vs. Moto X vs. HTC One (Google Play)

Since Android 4.4 Kitkat debuted, a very small number of phones have been updated to support the software. Google reports that barely 1 percent of active Android devices run KitKat. So with that in mind, someone might wonder which is the best of the phones that support the latest version of Android. The top three choices I'd recommend are the Moto X, Google Nexus 5, and the HTC One Google Play Edition. Which of three is best? Watch...

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Moto G costs just $99 while on sale

The Moto X can be purchased for $99 if you sign-up for a contract, but its smaller sibling, the Moto G, can be had for $99 even WITHOUT a contract. The device is on sale now in select Best Buy stores and more locations across the country are adding the Moto G. The phone was already a really good bargain based on the $179 off-contract pricing, but with the sale making the phone $99 after mail-in rebate, it’s even harder to pass up. The...

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Jolla Review and First Impressions

Not too long ago, Jolla launched its first smartphone onto the world stage after over a year of careful planning and crafting their device was finally ready.  I couldn't wait to try one out; fortunately I didn't have to wait long and got a test device directly from Jolla, the company built by former Nokia employees who didn't want to see MeeGo disappear from the face of the Earth. While I didn't enough time with it to do a full on...

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HTC One: vegetaleb’s review

Ok, this year I bought the HTC One for my birthday after a whole year of good with my One X. Now let's start this "not your usual" Review. The Screen! Well what can I say? The numbers on the paper 4.7" with 1080x1920 resolution alone can give you a taste of what you will see, but in reality the screen is even better. This SLCD3 has no problems with viewing angles and the colors are very natural, even better than on One X which tend to...

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Full Review: Pantech Discover

The Pantech Discover puts Pantech in unfamiliar water trying to compete with the heavy hitters of the Android world with a high end device.  Up until this point the highest end device I can remember Pantech making was the Pantech Duo which while it had a dual slide form factor it was horrible to use for a number of reasons. Did Pantech do any better this time around? Let's find out. Specs: These specs on this device are certainly...

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