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Review: DROID RAZR M

Review: DROID RAZR M

Now that Motorola and Google are “one”, we’ve been mighty excited to see what Google’s meddling would produce. Thus far, however, not much has materialized - at least, not much that die-hard Android purists were hoping to see. The Apple-like hardware/software optimization and integration that many hoped Google would bring to Motorola hasn’t happened. Hell, even quicker and more widespread updates for Motorola hardware hasn’t...

Review: LG Intuition For Verizon Wireless

Review: LG Intuition For Verizon Wireless

Smartphone’s are all the same these days. Big screens, fast processors, skinned interface so that the manufacturers can “differentiate” and an app store with tens of thousands of apps. Hardware wise, there isn’t any major differences to speak of. Sure, some manufacturers push certain aspects to extremes (like Palm/HP did with the Pixi and Samsung now does with the Note II). But truth be told, the ~4:3/16:9 aspect ratios that all of our phones are...

Review: HTC Incredible 4G LTE (Verizon)

Review: HTC Incredible 4G LTE (Verizon)

In the age of 4.3-inch and bigger smartphones, having something hit the streets packing “just” a 4-inch display sounds like the beginning of a spec sheet for some bottom barrel device. In the case of the HTC Incredible 4G LTE, however, it’s a very different story. For the first time, Verizon is putting a fast dual-core processor and LTE into a 4-inch smartphone thereby creating the fastest device at that size. While we now certainly understand and enjoy...

Review: Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint/VZW/AT&T)

Review: Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint/VZW/AT&T)

While the court battle between Apple and Samsung ensues, we are left wondering who copied who. Even though us here at GS know where innovation started, and where copy cats came in. That is neither here nor there, this is a review of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and in all honesty, it isn’t a bad phone. I am Apple through and through, but lately I’ve been requesting some Windows Phone and Android devices to get a feel of the “competition” and to also see if I can nail home...

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note

With each passing month we see a new smartphone released. The screen gets bigger by the pixel, as well as the inch. The war between functional smartphone and tablet continues each and every day. Should we have both? Should we have a friggin huge arse phone that does everything? Who knows, well, Samsung thinks they know. Now, I am not going to use the ph… word. I refuse to use it in this review. If you remember back in January, we were able to spend 15 minutes or so...

Review: LG Lucid

Review: LG Lucid

Far from the wonders of high end iPhones and Android phones lies a middle ground that often goes untouched in the mainstream tech world. While many people (perhaps a bulk of smartphone sales these days) happens in the mid-range market, it is the bells and whistles on the flagship devices that always garner the most coverage. Of course, being the tech obsessed people that we are, can you blame us? That said, is LG’s Lucid enough of heavy hitter to justify praise at...

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