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Recent articles by Matthew:

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro review: More like semi-Pro

Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 5 Pro brings a few minor improvements in hardware and software over other Galaxy Watch models, but is it good enough to replace a GPS sports watch? → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro tout enhanced health tracking and longer batteries

The Galaxy Watch 5 has a new sensor and improved contact area, while the Pro model offers the largest battery ever in a Galaxy Watch. → Read More

Garmin Enduro 2: 150 hours of GPS tracking and endurance athlete training features

Garmin has a host of wearables designed for athletes across a broad spectrum of activities. The new Enduro 2 has a 40% longer battery life than the original model, along with Garmin's brightest flashlight and a host of training features for endurance athletes. → Read More

Garmin HRM-Pro Plus review: One design update, same price

Garmin's watches have heart-rate sensors on the back, but for the most accurate and timely heart rate data the chest strap is the preferred form factor. Garmin's new chest strap has one major design update while keeping the same price as the previous generation. → Read More

Oura rolls out blood oxygen sensing for 3rd generation Ring

Oura Ring fans were disappointed that so many promised features were missing from the Ring 3 launch. Several features have been added over the past eight months, and it is now a very compelling wearable. → Read More

Keychron Q5 keyboard review: Greater functionality for a greater price

Keychron continues to release compelling mechanical keyboards, and the newest model brings the rare 96% layout that includes a number pad, function row, and knob. → Read More

Innocn 40C1R ultrawide 144Hz monitor review: Plenty of room and fast refresh rate

If you want a single monitor to help you get work done, the 40-inch ultrawide Innocn 40C1R provides plenty of room for multiple apps and multiple input devices. It's optimized for gaming, but it's also great for productivity. → Read More

Uperfect X Pro 4K LapDock review: Lovely external monitor but keyboard issues detract

Samsung DeX is a powerful feature of Samsung phones, and devices like the Uperfect LapDock help turn your smartphone into a laptop. Unfortunately, the Uperfect LapDock attached keyboard limits the full experience. → Read More

In-person launch event for OnePlus 10T 5G to be held on August 3 in NYC

We haven't seen a live launch event from OnePlus since 2019 and even Samsung is sticking with virtual events for its upcoming Unpacked launch. Stay tuned as we travel to NYC for hands-on with the new phone. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra review: Stunning hardware, but Android holds it back

Samsung's new Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is its biggest, boldest, and best tablet ever made. It's a lovely piece of hardware, but it's one only a few can justify. → Read More

ESR HaloLock Wallet Stand hands-on: Multi-card wallet and adjustable stand for the iPhone

Apple Wallet is a powerful service, but you still need to carry physical cards. It's also great to have a kickstand available to prop up your iPhone for hands-free use and video consumption. → Read More

Oura and Strava partnership announced: Workouts will be reflected in Readiness and Activity scores

Oura integrates with Apple HealthKit and Google Fit but now supports the largest social network for athletes. Don't miss a workout with this new partnership. → Read More

Hydrow Wave announced: Lighter, smaller, less expensive, but still effective

The two barriers to purchasing the original Hydrow are size and cost -- so with the new Hydrow Wave, people can enjoy the full experience in a more compact version that is priced at $1,000 less than the original. → Read More

Whoop vs. Apple Watch: Why serious athletes may want to use them together

While the two have vastly different form factors, both record key health and wellness data. Is one better than the other for you or can both be used together for the ultimate health tracking system? → Read More

One RS 1-inch 360 Edition announced: Co-engineered with Leica, focused on advanced imaging

Insta360 continues to release advanced cameras for creators to capture and share the world around them. Its latest 360 camera improves low light capability and image quality. → Read More

Montblanc Summit 3: Luxury Google Wear OS smartwatch sports new Snapdragon Wear processor

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 was the lone leader in running Google's latest version of Wear OS, but we now have a new option available in the Montblanc Summit 3. This luxury model is powered by the latest from Google and Qualcomm. → Read More

Velotric Discover 1 electric bike review: Accessibly built, attractively priced

Commuters and bike riders looking for an attractive, well-built bike that won't break the bank may enjoy all of the commuting amenities and performance provided by the Velotric Discover 1. → Read More

TCL Stylus 5G review: A solid sub-$300 stylus phone

It's a good option for those who want a stylus but don't want to spend over $1,000 for a Galaxy flagship. → Read More

Naenka Runner Diver headset review: Excellent sound, even underwater

Your summer needs a soundtrack. This waterproof bone conduction headset can help. → Read More

Garmin Quatix 7 review: The best GPS sailing watch

The Quatix 7 series is clearly made for people who spend time on the water. → Read More