Samsung controls the fate of updates for millions of Android users around the world. So why is it still so slow?
The better phones get, the easier it becomes to justify using them. But when does it become too much?
We're getting to the point where Android, and the phones that run it, can all do the same thing. Where does that leave the flagships?
The end of the headphone jack has spurred an interest in high-quality audio components, but where does the madness stop?
Every time a phone comes out we complain about its bezels or its size and weight. Then phones get super-thin ... and we complain still. What's up with that?
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