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Top 5 Smartphones of 2014!

Marco breaks down his list of the top five smartphones of 2014. Watch the video to see which phones come out on top. For the mobile industry, 2014 can be considered a good year. With all the different hardware and software developments released, the...
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Galaxy Note Edge - How does it work?

Beau HD reviews the curved display found on the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. In terms of functionality, the edge of the display is separated from the main home screen by software. It can be used to open various applications, view incoming notifications...
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Motorola DROID Turbo Review

The Motorola DROID Turbo could be the best phone we've reviewed this year. It's packed with the same specs as the flagship and huge Nexus 6 — except the enormous size. The DROID Turbo comes with a 5.2-inch Quad HD Display, a 2.7GHz quad-core...
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Moto 360 vs LG G Watch R - Dogfight

Beau HD compares the Motorola Moto 360 against the LG G Watch R. The G Watch R and Moto 360 are two of the most popular Android Wear smartwatches currently on the market as they both feature circular OLED displays that resemble traditional watches....
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Buying a new phone? Consider last year’s flagships

Now is a great time to go shopping for a new smartphone. It’s the holidays, or in retail terms “the gift giving season”, so this is one of the few times every year that all manufacturers are competing against each other to try and grab your...
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Moto X (2014) vs. Sony Xperia Z3 - Dogfight!

When Sony released the Xperia Z3, it was released as sort of a refinement and improvement on the Z2—nothing massively ground-breaking different, just a better version and some fat trimmed off the sides. With the Moto X (2nd Generation), it was much...
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Nexus 6 vs OnePlus One - Dogfight!

What you are looking at are two of the best Android phones of the year. One that is extremely affordable and undercuts everything and the other is a phone with the blessings directly from Google themselves. It’s the Nexus 6 vs the OnePlus One and it...
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2014 Black Friday Smartphone Sales Guide

Immediately following the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday this week in the U.S. is another type of “holiday” that many people look forward to all year: Black Friday. Black Friday is the name of the day that unofficially starts the holiday shopping...
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Moto X (2014) Two Months Later

This guy right here is the Moto X for 2014 and while we didn’t do a full review here on PhoneDog.com, I do want to do some kind of update video also a long term review of this phone because it’s still one of the best phones that I’ve used in all of...
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Sony Xperia Z3 Unboxing & First Impressions [T-Mobile]

This is the Sony Xperia Z3 for T-Mobile. It’s one of the only carriers to carry the Sony flagship smartphone and actually leave it pretty much unaltered. We saw the Verizon Xperia Z3v not too long ago. But as you know, that went through a major...

Nexus 7 vs. Nexus 9: Does newer necessarily mean better?

  Just under a month ago, we were waiting in anticipation of the arrival of the 2014 Nexus line. Originally, we weren’t even sure there was going to be a Nexus line refresh this year. How wrong we were! Not only were we graced with the arrival of...
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Inbox by Gmail app review

I’ve got a really cool app to show you guys. It’s not available for everyone just yet but it’s called Google Inbox by Gmail. And it’s essentially just a completely new form of email. It’s available on both iOS and Android on an invite-only system...
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BlackBerry Passport - Keyboard walkthrough and demo

BlackBerry is well known for making great keyboards, but with the Passport, it's added a little something extra. It's much more than just a great set of buttons that's easy to type on, it's its own touch-sensitive trackpad and it does way more than...
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"Ambient Display", or the feature you didn't know you wanted

  We recently learned of the now official Motorola Nexus 6 device, a device that had been long questioned whether it was real or rumor. Along with the announcement came a lot of celebration for the device, not only because this meant that the Nexus...
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