tablets
Archos Titanium Hands-On: For £99 This Tablet Gets the Job Done

You may remember the rumours of a £65 Nexus 7 that were popping up a few months back. That never came to pass, but it looks like Archos is trying its hands at that pricepoint now with the new line of Titanium tablets, including a £99 7-incher. And it feels...OK. Read More >>

phones
Ubuntu Mobile Hands-Off: Stripped Down and Sleek

The world of mobile OSes is totally dominated by Android and iOS, but that hasn't kept Ubuntu from trying to sneak in. And finding a way into already dominated markets is kind of Ubuntu's strong suit. Read More >>

tablets
Flexible E Ink Tablets Hands-On: They'll Probably Be Neat Someday, But Not Right Now

Tablets are getting thinner and thinner, and the end result is bound to be tablets that are paper thin. Well, we're almost there, it's a just a question of exactly how handy that'll really be. Read More >>

android
ZTE Grand S Hands-On: Superphone Doesn't Seem So Super

We love an underdog story. So when we saw that ZTE—a company which in the UK is not so synonymous with "quality" — was making a spec-monster phone, we were excited. After playing with it for about ten minutes, we're a bit less enthusiastic. Read More >>

android
ZTE Grand S Makes It Official: Everyone and Their Mother Will Make a Superphone This Year

The name ZTE doesn't mean a ton in the UK. The Chinese company has only had a handful of phones make it to our shores and they've been way on the low end. Now, suddenly, they're going for broke with the Grand S. Read More >>

guts
Why 4K Phones Aren't Such a Bad Idea

At a small press event at CES today, Raj Talluri, Qualcomm's VP of Product Management dropped this little nugget. "You are just starting to see 1080p display phones. I think that will go even higher." My brain instantly exploded. Read More >>

guts
Meet the New Crazy-Fast Snapdragon 800 and 600 Processors

Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro processor has been blowing us away with its speed in phones like the Nexus 4, and that's why we can't wait to meet its big brothers. The Snapdragon 800 boasts a quad-core Krait 400 CPU, that can go up to 2.3GHz per core. Read More >>

sony
Sony Xperia Z and ZL Hands On: Two Phones Worth Getting Excited About

Last year Sony kept finding itself behind the curve with Android phones. The new Xperia Z and ZL are the company's attempt to break that trend. These two phones basically check off every box a spec-hungry geek could want and then some. Read More >>

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