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Past articles by David:

Huawei P40 Pro Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: Super zoom battle!

In our Huawei P40 Pro Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comparison we determine if Huawei can outshoot Samsung at 100x zoom. → Read More

LG Velvet unboxing and 24 hour impressions

The LG Velvet is a bold new series that puts design first. Check out our LG Velvet unboxing and let us know what you think! → Read More

Bring on the camera sensor arms race

Smartphone camera sensors are getting bigger. Combined with computational imaging, smartphones will soon eclipse point and shoot cameras. → Read More

Motorola’s new Moto G Fast and Moto E are affordable entrypoints to Android

The Moto G Fast and Moto E offer a streamlined Android experience at a low price... but no NFC. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy A51 review: Great screen, bad performance

The Samsung Galaxy A51 has a great display and good build quality but is hindered severely by its exceedingly sluggish performance. → Read More

7 months on, is Google Stadia worth using?

It's been 7 months since Google released its revolutionary game streaming platform. Has it improved, and should you give it a try? → Read More

Snapdragon 768G is an overclocked version of an already-overclocked mid-ranger

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G takes an already overclocked chip to the next level, with performance gains of about 20%. → Read More

I've been using a dual-screen laptop for months, and I don't want to go back

Dual-screen laptops are awesome. After using one for a few months, I really don't want to go back. Will we see more of these laptops? → Read More

Microsoft's next-gen Surface products are here

Microsoft just announced a number of new Surface devices, including the Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, Surface Heaphones 2 and Surface Earbuds. → Read More

Apple iPhone SE (2020) review: Old is new, again!

The iPhone SE makes old new again, with Apple's fastest processor and newest software. Is it the best smartphone for $400? → Read More

Carrier exclusives are killing great smartphones

With such a crowded market and great alternatives, carrier exclusives need to stop. → Read More

Motorola Edge Plus hands-on: Back in the game

The Motorola Edge Plus is one of Moto's most feature-packed phones to date. Can it stand head to head against the best from Samsung and others? → Read More

OnePlus 8 Pro review: What the OnePlus 7T Pro should have been

The OnePlus 8 is what the OnePlus 7T Pro should have been. With fast wireless charging, an official IP rating, and more, it's easy to recommend. → Read More

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro hands-on: Killer specs at a higher price

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is a specs behemoth. Offering nearly every spec you'd want in 2020, is it worth the big price jump from last year? → Read More

How to change your Zoom background to make meetings more fun

How do you make meetings more fun? Zoom backgrounds. → Read More

Can you get a Chromebook for under $200? Yes, here's your best options

Chromebooks are unique in that they don't need a lot of power to run. This means you can find them for releatively cheap. But what are the best options? → Read More

How to set up your home office

Now that more people are working from home, having a home office you love is important. Here are the essentials to get you started. → Read More

Google I/O developer conference has been completely cancelled for 2020

Google I/O has been canceled in its entirety. It was originially moved to an online event, but Google has decided to cancel that as well. → Read More

Quick camera shootout: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs Oppo Find X2 Pro

The Oppo Find X2 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra have some of the biggest camera sensors on the market right now. How do these $1,400 phones compare? → Read More

Android 11 DP2 brings "Require Eyes to be Open" option to Pixel 4 face unlock

The Android 11 developer preview 2 brings an option to require eyes to be open to unlock a Pixel 4 device. It's a few months late, but we're glad it's here! → Read More