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Nexus 9, Android 5.0
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Nexus 6 Hands On

Hands on: Getting to know Google's new Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 is big, beautiful, and full of sweet Android Lollipop flavor. Here's an early hands-on look at Google's new flagship phone.

New Gmail App Android Lollipop

Hands on: This is the brand new Gmail app for Android

Google is delivering a brand new and completely redesigned Gmail app for Android.

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3 power-sipping monitors lower energy bills

Today's displays must be bright, fast -- and able to use electricity intelligently. We test three 27-in. power-saving monitors to find out how they perform.

XYZprinting all-in-one 3D printer

Review: The new Da Vinci all-in-one 3D scanner/printer

XYZPrinting’s new all-in-one 3D printer offers the ability to replicate objects with an embedded 3D scanner. It is simple to use and a powerful tool that makers will appreciate, and at $799 it's at a price point that cannot be matched...

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Hands on with Inbox, Google's new way to experience Gmail

Google's Inbox is a fresh and modern approach to email -- but does it make managing your messages easier or more complex?

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Toshiba Chromebook 2 review: An attractive Chrome OS experience

Toshiba's new Chromebook 2 offers admirable build quality and outstanding speakers and display. However, its less-than-sterling performance makes it an imperfect package.

5 great iphone ipad accessories for busy people

5 great iPhone, iPad accessories for busy people

Some cool accessories I think will be useful for people wanting to get the best from their iPhone or iPad while on the move.

Sony Xperia Z3v

Living with the Xperia Z3v: Sony's latest smartphone deserves your attention

Forget what you think you know about smartphone manufacturers. The Xperia Z3v proves that Sony's ready to play with the big boys -- and that its devices should not be ignored.

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Review: AnyPresence aces enterprise mobile applications

AnyPresence combines broad client support, useful code generation, and a rich set of options for data storage and enterprise integration

Toshiba Chromebook 2

Hands on: Toshiba's Chromebook 2 makes a fantastic first impression

With its high-quality 1080p display and spectacular speakers, Toshiba's Chromebook 2 isn't your typical Chrome OS device.

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Six browser plug-ins that protect your privacy

Privacy is a real concern for users these days. We review six browser plug-ins that offer privacy protection -- and a way to avoid ads.

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Yosemite deep-dive review: OS X 10.10 gets ready for the big time

For the first time since 2000, Apple this year offered a public beta of its new operating system. What does it promise for Mac users? Our reviewer tried it out and details his findings.

Galaxy Note 4

Galaxy Note 4 deep-dive review: A familiar plus-sized phone with a few new twists

With the iPhone 6 Plus now available to iOS fans, can Samsung's new Galaxy Note 4 keep its crown as the best-known plus-sized phone on the market? Our reviewer lived with the Note for a week and reports on the results.

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Review: Parse delivers on mobile apps, but not for the enterprise

Facebook's MBaaS shines for consumer mobile applications, but misses some must-haves for business apps

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7 free tools every network needs

From device discovery to visibility into systems, networks, and traffic flows, these free open source monitoring tools have you covered.

HP c7000

Review: HP blade chassis is dense and intense

C7000 blade server chassis packs enormous power in a 10U rack.

Windows 10 Start Menu

Windows 10 Technical Preview deep-dive: A promise of better things to come

Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview offers a first glimpse of the future of its operating system. Our reviewer takes a close look and thinks the upcoming OS could work.

Moto Hint

Living with the Moto Hint: It's Google Now inside your ear

The Moto Hint puts Google's on-demand info system into your ear -- quite literally. So is it the future of computing or just a futuristic-looking novelty?

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