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Motorola Moto X review round-up

By David Nield,

Under Google’s brief stewardship of Motorola (May 2012 to January 2014), two handsets reached the market: the budget Moto G and the more premium Moto X. The Moto X is the second one to arrive in Britain (in the US,… Read article

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Samsung announces budget 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Lite

By David Nield,

In its never-ending quest to bring out gadgets to cover all possible screen sizes, price points and design styles, Samsung has announced a new, slimmer version of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. The new 7-inch slate is aimed squarely at… Read article

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Samsung unveils faster, more powerful, Galaxy Camera 2

By Andrew Rafter,

With CES just around the corner, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Camera 2, a follow-up to its popular Galaxy Camera, which was the world’s first Android-powered digital camera to fuse smartphone functionality with a point-and-click camera. As you’d expect with… Read article

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The best features in Android KitKat 4.4

By David Nield,

New versions of Android don’t arrive with the same kind of hullabaloo as they used to, nor it would seem the same numerical significance. After Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and Jelly Bean 4.1-4.3, the newest kid on the block is… Read article

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Review roundup: Google Nexus 5 smartphone

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Following weeks and weeks of leaks, rumours and speculation the Nexus 5 has finally arrived as the new reference Android smartphone. Can the Google and LG collaboration really provide a proper flagship device at a fraction of the price? Take… Read article

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Kindle Fire HDX coming to the UK, but is it any good?

By David Nield,

Rumours of an Amazon-branded phone continue to swirl around the tech world, but in the meantime the company is focusing on its Android tablet line with its new Kindle Fire HDX range. The competition is fiercer than ever: cut-price slabs… Read article

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Tesco enter tablet market with launch of “Hudl”

By Andrew Rafter,

Tesco’s continued push to capture some of the burgeoning digital entertainment market has seen the supermarket giant launch its own budget Android tablet called Hudl. Presumably pronounced Huddle, the 7-inch tablet retails for just £119 – but despite the credit crunch… Read article

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Wikipad, The Tablet For Gamers, Comes To The UK

By Paul Lester,

Handheld gaming is big business these days, with apps-a-plenty for those who want to take anything from Monopoly to Minecraft for a whirl on a smartphone or tablet. Merging such technology with dedicated controls hasn’t always faired so well however, just… Read article