Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central.
Amazon's new Echo Studio speaker costs $200 but sounds better than many speakers hundreds of dollars more — as long as you disable a setting.
The OnePlus 7T is the true successor to the 6T, and improves on it in every way. It's also better in many ways than the more expensive OnePlus 7 Pro.
The Motorola One Zoom does a lot of things right, especially around the design and camera, but it's let down by finnicky performance and Motorola's spotty update record.
Sonos and Ikea have teamed up to produce two incredible-sounding and completely innovative connected speakers, and that's music to my ears.
Mophie's latest charging solution purports to do it all, but are there too many compromises to justify its $100 price tag?
Withings isn't trying to change the world with its $70 Move tracker, but it gets a lot right in the process.
There’s a lot to like about Lenovo's nicely-designed, accessible beside alarm clock with Google Assistant support.
Jabra is becoming increasingly relevant in the headphone space, and the Elite 85h prove the company is here to stay.
OnePlus is launching the second-gen Bullets Wireless headphones alongside the OnePlus 7 Pro, and while they're a lot more expensive, they're also a lot better.
Google's new phones are much less expensive than their flagships, but the Pixel 3a and 3a XL sacrifice very little to hit those aggressive numbers.
There's a lot to like about Huawei's latest flagship, but it's the camera that will get you to throw your money down.
The Android smartwatch market is in a weird place right now, but the Fossil Sport shows there's some life left in this old hound.
Fitbit's latest tracker is an outstanding summation of what the company has been for a decade, but it lacks the ambition of where Fitbit is going.
I'm absolutely in love with how the Skagen Falster 2 looks. In fact, I love it so much that I'm willing to overlook its downsides.
A lot of people, including Android users, are interested in the new AirPods Pro. But should you actually go out and buy them if you're using a Galaxy, Pixel, or other Android device?
The new Motorola RAZR pays homage to the old one in all the best ways. But it's $1500 and exclusive to Verizon.
Bluetooth is everywhere. So why is it so bad? We're shining a spotlight on the quirky, frustrating and ubiquitous wireless standard.
The Pixelbook Go is not a sequel to the Pixelbook, but it's a logical and safe evolution of the platform after the failure that was the Pixel Slate.
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