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  • Asus Fonepad 7 Dual SIM tablet: First impressions

    Asus has a new strategy to capture the tablet market with its all new Fonepad 7 Dual SIM, but is it too little, too late?

  • LG G Flex review: A peek into the future

    With this curved smartphone, LG aims to show the world tomorrow's tech today. We try to find out if the South Korean tech giant succeeds with this effort or not.

  • Samsung Galaxy S5: First impressions

    Samsung Galaxy S5 goes on sale Friday around the world, though a few carriers in Korea released it early.

  • Phonejoy review

    This Bluetooth controller can turn your Android phone into a gaming console, and it also works with iOS and the PC, but comes at a fairly high price.

  • HP Slate6 VoiceTab review

    A decidedly mid-range six-inch phablet trying to compete with heavyweights in its price range, the HP Slate6 Voicetab faces an uphill challenge. e

  • Gionee Elife E7 review

    This phone offers top-end specifications at a surprisingly low price. Has Gionee cut any corners, or is it really that good value for money?

  • cloudGOO lets you consolidate Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud storage

    This app makes managing cloud storage fast and easy to use. Is it worth paying for?

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo review

    Touting a hexa-core processor, a slimmer profile, and a stripped down 720p 5.5 inch display, the younger sibling of the Galaxy Note 3 tries to create a niche of its own.

  • Gionee Elife S5.5: First impressions

    We took the 'world's slimmest smartphone' out for a spin at its launch event in Goa. Here are our first impressions.

  • Nokia X Dual SIM review

    Can Nokia's customised Android fork give it a boost in the budget smartphone segment, or is it too little too late?

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