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Dell's Venue 8 7000 tablet reviewedx86 Android goes on a crash diet 44
Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 with the Exynos 5433 processorA Korean import gives us a look at ARM's latest tech 110
Samsung's Portable SSD T1 reviewedA pocketable 850 EVO 34
The TR Podcast 167.5 bonus edition: You guys ask us stuff!The chat channel hops into the driver's seat 6
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus smartphones reviewedSupersize me 206
Thanksgiving offers a perfect chance to crack open a busted iPad Air 50
TR's 2014 Christmas gift guideThe best techie-friendly items for under your tree 52
Gaming on the Grid with Nvidia's Shield Tablet 8
TR's November 2014 mobile staff picksCore M and phablets ahoy 74
A first taste of Lollipop on Nvidia's Shield TabletAndroid 5.0 comes to the other Tegra K1 slate 35
Nvidia's Shield Tablet reviewedA whole other kind of Android tablet 29
Intel's Broadwell processor revealedThe 14-nm Core M aims to upend the tablet market 87
First impressions of Nvidia's Shield TabletMobile gaming done right 43
Android on x86: A quick look at Asus' Memo Pad ME176C tabletA 7" Bay Trail quad for $149 50
Juno dev platform lays foundation for 64-bit Android on ARMBootstrapping a massive transition 34
TR's June 2014 mobile staff picksComplements to our desktop PCs 48
A first look at AMD's Kaveri APU for notebooksKaveri goes mobile 61
AMD reveals K12: New ARM and x86 cores are comingAlready deep into development 115
A first look at AMD's Mullins mobile APUAnd a primer on Beema 89
High-PPI support in Windows 8.1: still not so great 103
Google, I love you, but you're bringing me down 145
Asus' Transformer Book T100 convertible notebook reviewedThe natural evolution of the netbook 87
Papa's got a brand-new, undead-proof European carryall 33
Intel's Atom Z3000 'Bay Trail' SoC revealedA first look at its architecture and performance 95
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Report: Samsung will fab Qualcomm's Snapdragon 82018
Here are our thoughts on Microsoft's Surface 317
Android Wear gets always-on apps, Wi-Fi support4
OnePlus One sales now open to everyone36
Two men have real-life flame war over iOS, Android76
Google brings Handwriting Input to Android17
Weak desktop sales can't hold down Intel's Q1 financials28
Surface 3 review roundup: Honey, I shrunk the Surface Pro64
Skylake reference design spotted in Shenzhen10
The TR Podcast 174: PCIe SSDs and FreeSync displays4
Dell stretches ultra-slim Android slate to 10.5''45
Intel's Client Computing Group combines PC and mobile divisions23
TSMC director talks 16-nm FinFETs, 10-nm production72
Watch us work through our conflicted feelings about the Apple Watch27
Turns out Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge bends, too96
Rockchip SoC powers $149 Chromebooks, sub-$100 dongle12
Here are our musings on the new MacBook182
Microsoft unveils Atom-powered Surface 3 tablet93
Source code references hint at Tegra X1 Chromebooks4
Report: Microsoft to build an Intel-powered, non-Pro Surface tablet57
SEC filing says Samsung is fabbing chips for Nvidia39
Google Glass isn't dead, just resting, says Eric Schmidt24
Deal of the week: A Bay Trail tablet for $75, a 5TB hard drive for $160, and more24
Asus' ROG G501 is an all-aluminum mobile beauty 70
The TR Podcast 172 video: An Apple on yer wrist and an Oculus on yer face8
Google updates Chromebook Pixel with USB-C, Broadwell CPUs110
Apple introduces new, ultra-thin MacBook 212
Report: MediaTek SoCs could adopt Radeon graphics37
People want thicker smartphones with bigger batteries; Apple doesn't263
Deal of the week: A G-Sync display, Shield Tablet, and more36
Gartner: Apple overtook Samsung as top smartphone vendor last quarter51
SanDisk unveils microSD card with a whopping 200GB capacity39
Sony's waterproof Xperia Z4 takes on premium tablets37
Samsung's Galaxy S6 is ready for battle at the high end122
Cherry Trail debuts as the Atom x5 and x7 series41
Atom x3 chips target cheap phones and tablets, feature ARM graphics36
Tiny PowerVR G6020 GPU targets 720p phones, wearables3
Apple preps for March 9 'Spring Forward' event48
IDC: Windows Phone market share shrank to 2.7% last year174
Motorola's new Moto E has quad cores, LTE, costs $150 unlocked68
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