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The Moto Z2 Play looks very familiar

You probably picked up the Moto Z Play for its long battery life, mid-range price and compatibility with Motrola's flagship modular backs. If you were worried that those components wouldn't work on the next version of the handset, don't — leaked ima…

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The ZTE Quartz is an affordable intro to Android Wear 2.0

ZTE has made a name for itself by selling affordable smartphones that are best described as “not bad.” Now, the company is extending its “affordable premium” philosophy to Android Wear watches with the Quartz — a sub-$200 wearable running Google's n…

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LG’s ultra-light Gram laptop has too many compromises

LG's Gram is a wonder to hold. It's one of the lightest 15.6-inch notebooks we've ever seen, at just 2.4 pounds. But that extreme portability has some tradeoffs, especially when it comes to build quality. To make things worse, it doesn't even live up…

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LG’s ultralight Gram laptop has too many compromises

LG's Gram is a wonder to hold. It's one of the lightest 15.6-inch notebooks we've ever seen, at just 2.4 pounds. But that extreme portability has some tradeoffs, especially when it comes to build quality. To make things worse, it doesn't even live up…

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LG G6 review: Finally back in the race

Let's be real: Last year's G5 was ambitious, but it never lived up to its potential. Even now, I have to give props to LG: It took guts to make that phone, and it took guts to admit at a Mobile World Congress press conference that it was a step in th…

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