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LG G3 Review: a better phone has been built
By Andrew Kameka on Monday June 30, 2014

The G2 ended LG's stereotype as a Samsung copycat, thanks mostly to its truly unique form factor that has become a standard of LG's premium smartphones. In its game of oneupmanship with Samsung, LG may have finally managed to get ahead with the LG G3. Maybe.

Moto E Review: you get what you pay for...and a little more
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday June 19, 2014

At some point, the "You get what you pay for" saying can't be stretched any further. We've seen advancements in technology make features once thought high-end become requisite. How far can the Moto E push the boundaries of price and performance?

Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G Review: one of China's biggest players has come to do business in America
By Andrew Kameka on Monday June 16, 2014

Huawei's problem is two-fold: hardly anybody outside of Asia knows its name and even fewer know how to say or spell it correctly. So now it's changing that narrative with a bigger marketing push into the United States and a $299 Android smartphone for fans of large devices. The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G LTE is the first device that could change the company.

TheScore updates to become ideal World Cup app
By Andrew Kameka on Friday June 06, 2014

By this time next week, most of the world will excitedly await the second day of the World Cup taking place in Brazil. Many of those excited football, or soccer depending on where you are, fans might want to check out the latest version of The Score app for Android.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review: a new and better repeat
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday May 06, 2014

There are only so many times that The Next Big Thing can get bigger, better, and faster. The Samsung Galaxy S5 looks a lot like the last device we heard was the next big thing, but it's different in all the areas that matter. Now we just need to know if it's different for the right reasons.

HTC One M8 Review
By Andrew Kameka on Monday April 07, 2014

The HTC One is a thing of beauty. The tech media fawned over itself when discussing the 2013 model for its aluminum body, large display, and above average design. Now the One M8 arrives to be even better.

Blu Life One X Review: the brightest Blu phone yet
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday March 19, 2014

Improvement is the most that you can ask for from a smartphone vendor, and the Blu Life One X is one phone that definitely improves upon the smartphones we've seen the vendor released in the past. How much better is the Life One X?

Samsung launches Milk Music, a pretty music app powered by Slacker Radio
By Andrew Kameka on Friday March 07, 2014

Samsung has yet another music streaming service to deliver the latest hits to smartphones. In addition to its internal music app that ships with every phone and its former Music Hub powered by 7digital, Android's leading manufacturer today unveiled Milk Music, a Slacker-powered streaming music app that is exclusive to Galaxy devices in the United States.

LG G Flex Review: trouble with the curve (AT&T)
By Andrew Kameka on Monday February 10, 2014

There's never been a phone quite like the LG G Flex. The G Flex is a device with a large imprint and an unavoidable curve. That's both the selling point of the device and potentially it's greatest weakness. So which is it: virtue or flaw? Let's find out.

iPhone to Motorola: how to transfer contacts and calendars with Moto Migrate [VIDEO]
By Andrew Kameka on Friday January 24, 2014

Switching from an iPhone to an Android comes with its setbacks, including having to repurchase or replace some of your favorite apps. The recently released Moto Migrate tool makes it easy to transfer contacts from an iPhone to Motorola, as well as calendar events, with the touch of a button or two.