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True wireless earbuds are as convenient and portable as it gets, but it's hardly convenient when they don't fit properly in your ears. Here are some, err, tips to help you find the right fit.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is finally official, with an eye-watering price just shy of $2000 and a gorgeous new design featuring a much larger cover display and a flexible glass inner display.
While newer usually means better when it comes to tech, the Moto Z3 Play still holds its own surprisingly well against the newer Moto Z4 thanks to its modular design.
The Pixel 4 is still a fantastic phone with one of the best cameras around, but the more affordable Pixel 4a offers the same great camera and software at a fraction of the price.
Dropbox's recently announced new services, Dropbox Vault and Dropbox Password, are exiting beta just two months after their initial unveiling.
Even after just a day with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung's latest flagship is already proving to be a tremendous phone in more ways than one.
Despite a downward trend in earnings across the market, Qualcomm's shares have risen by 13% following a patent dispute settlement with Huawei.
A newly leaked promotional pamphlet reveals a promotional offer for a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live or Buds+ with pre-orders of the Note 20 series.
Pairing your new Fitbit smartwatch or fitness tracker to your phone is now much simpler, thanks to an automated setup prompt.
ARM technologies power a tremendous number of devices worldwide, and NVIDIA is reported to be considering a full stakes takeover, with SoftBank handing over the reigns.
Despite a somewhat rocky start, 5G is really starting to take shape as a worthwhile successor to 4G LTE. Luckily, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about it.
I'm a big fan of over-the-ear headphones, but in recent months, the convenience of true wireless earbuds have completely won me over.
Not much has changed with the newly-released Android 11 Beta 2 from a user-facing perspective, but it's perhaps the most significant update yet for app developers.
Of all the dozens, if not hundreds, of phones I've tested over the years, I just couldn't shake my fond memories tied to my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire. So I bought one off of eBay.
Another year, another flagship from both Samsung and Apple. There are plenty of reasons to buy a phone besides its software, so which phone is the right choice for you?
The sub-$300 market is competitive in the Android field, but no two phones currently stand out more than the TCL 10L and Moto G Power. So of the two, which is right for you?
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