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Recent articles by Lisa:

Google's Pixel 6A Is the Best Android Phone for Less Than $500

With a great camera, large screen and early access Android updates, the Pixel 6A is all most people need in a phone. → Read More

Apple AirPods Pro 2 vs. AirPods 3: The Biggest Differences

Active noise cancellation is the biggest benefit you'll get from buying the AirPods Pro 2 over the AirPods 3. → Read More

A Fully Recycled Phone Is a Lot Harder Than It Sounds, Even for Samsung and Apple

Our phones have more recycled materials than ever, but the industry is still far from making phones entirely from repurposed parts. → Read More

3 Changes to Make a Samsung Galaxy S23 Worth the Upgrade

Commentary: Longer battery life, more useful photography features and faster charging are at the top of my wish list. → Read More

Apple Watch Series 8 vs. SE: How to Decide

The Apple Watch Series 8 has Apple's latest health features, while the SE nails the basics for a lot less. → Read More

Will a USB-C iPhone Make Apple's Lightning Cable Obsolete? Not Yet

Commentary: USB-C is becoming more common on Apple products, but the Lightning cable still has a big role to play. → Read More

A USB-C iPhone Won't Kill the Lightning Cable... Yet

Commentary: Even when the USB-C iPhone arrives, the Lightning port might be more present on Apple's products than you think. → Read More

A USB-C iPhone Won't Kill the Lightning Cable... Yet

Commentary: Even when the USB-C iPhone arrives, the Lightning port might be more present on Apple's products than you think. → Read More

A USB-C iPhone Won't Kill the Lightning Cable... Yet

Commentary: Even when the USB-C iPhone arrives, the Lightning port might be more present on Apple's products than you think. → Read More

Forget USB-C. An iPhone With No Charging Port Isn't That Absurd

Commentary: The Lightning port's days are numbered, and the iPhone has become less reliant on physical cables. A wireless iPhone starts to make sense. → Read More

Apple, Google and Samsung Have Very Different Visions for the Tablet

Commentary: Tablets aren't new, but their role in our lives keeps changing. → Read More

Don't Drop Your Old Pixel for the Pixel 7 Before Reading Our Comparison

Yes, the Pixel 7 and Pro models have some new advancements, but one benefit on older Pixel phones is worth noting. → Read More

Should You Upgrade to iPhone 14? Comparing It to Earlier Apple Phones

Find out whether the new iPhone 14 is worth upgrading to, or if you should hold onto your current iPhone. → Read More

Motorola's New Rollable Phone Concept Changes Size With the Press of a Button

Motorola's concept can switch between a compact 5-inch phone and a larger 6.5-inch device. → Read More

Samsung's Galaxy Phones Will Soon Let You Answer Calls Without Having to Speak

Samsung is introducing another way to take calls, courtesy of its virtual assistant. → Read More

Should You Upgrade to iPhone 14? Comparing It to the Past 6 Years of iPhones

Find out whether the new iPhone 14 is worth upgrading to. → Read More

The Apple Watch SE Is the Best Smartwatch Gift for iPhone Owners

It has all the best Apple Watch features for significantly less than the $400 Series 8. → Read More

Fitbit Tips: 12 Ways to Get Even More From Your Tracker or Watch

Whether you want to customize your stride length or tweak which stats you see during a workout, these tips should help. → Read More

Google Pixel Watch Review: Fitbit's Best-Looking Watch Yet

The Pixel Watch showcasing Fitbit's fitness tracking is the Android watch to beat, but it's not perfect. → Read More

Pixel 7 Review: Slightly Better Phone, Same $599 Price

The Pixel 7 feels more like the Pixel 6.5, but I'm not complaining. → Read More