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Samsung Galaxy Gear review roundup

Samsung announced the Galaxy Gear smartwatch at an event in early September. That announcement also included the Galaxy Note 3 and 2014 Edition Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, however the focus of the moment is the smartwatch. The Galaxy Gear had been available for pre-order with several of the US carriers, however given the $299 price point, we suspect some may have decided to hold back until they were able to read some reviews. So with that in mind, we are taking a look at the reviews that have surfaced around the web, beginning with the one recently posted from our sister site SlashGear.

Jabra Sport Wireless Plus headset review

Jabra announced the Sport Wireless+ headset a few weeks back. This set of headphones was arriving as the follow-up to the non-Plus model and as one would expect with a follow-up device, this one was announced with some improvements over the previous version. Some of the key highlights include battery life improvements and a fit clip. That being said, Jabra sent a pair of these over for review and as such, we have been enjoying running without having to worry about getting tangled up in wires.

LG G2 Review

LG decided to shake things up this year and release a stunning smartphone with a 5.2-inch display and buttons on the back. The LG G2 has officially landed on most US carriers, and today we're taking a detailed look at both the Verizon and AT&T variants. Most notably, we'll be running through the hardware and software, button changes on Verizon, and everything else you'd like to know. How does this flagship quad-core powerhouse stack up? Very well. Read on for our full thoughts.

AT&T Samsung Galaxy MEGA Review

With a large 6.3-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy MEGA smartphone sits right on the edge of ridiculous, but in a way it's pretty awesome. Samsung's known for launching smartphones with big screens, as they were one of the first to be successful in the "phablet" category with the Galaxy Note. This time around they've taken things up a notch and the 6.3-inch MEGA barely fits in my pants pocket. Read on to see our full thoughts on this mid-range smartphone on AT&T.

Asphalt 8: Airborne Review on NVIDIA SHIELD

After months of waiting the folks from Gameloft have just released the 8th installment to their classic racing franchise for mobile. That being Asphalt 8: Airborne. We saw it when Google announced the Nexus 7 followed by a slight delay, and today it's officially available for almost all Android devices. Oh, and it works amazingly well with the NVIDIA SHIELD, so we're doing our review with that device. Check out this high flying, octane-boosting game below.

Motorola DROID ULTRA Review

After Google bought Motorola we were all wondering what exactly would come out of the acquisition, and now things are starting to take shape. From a brand new direction with the Moto X, to a trio of new DROID smartphones for Verizon Wireless. It's clear Google will work with Moto for most carriers, and the DROID lineup will be all Motorola's regular doings for Verizon. Today we're taking an extended look at the new DROID ULTRA.

Huawei Ascend P6 Review

The Huawei Ascend P6 was inspired by beauty according to the Chinese company, and is currently holding the crown for the "world's thinnest smartphone" on the market coming in at just 6.18mm thin. Announced back in July we've had a few weeks to enjoy this sleek and unique device, test out the camera, and enjoy having a phone thinner than a pencil in our pocket. So read on for our full thoughts, impressions, and loads of pictures.

Moto X Review

This week we're delivering an extended stay with the Moto X, a device presented by Motorola as the current sweet spot in the center of price, usability, and customizability. This device marks a point in the history of Android where what my colleague Chris Davies calls a "Context Ecosystem" has dawned, and in it an essential dismissal of winner-take-all hardware specifications in favor of an overall best-in-class user experience.

Kyocera Hydro EDGE Smartphone Review

Kyocera began showing a pair of Hydro branded smartphones during CTIA. Those handsets included the Hydro XTRM and the Hydro EDGE and since that time in May, both handsets have come available with carriers. There has also been talk of a third device, the Hydro Elite coming to Verizon Wireless. But how about we put that rumor to the side because today we are taking a look at the Hydro EDGE.

HTC One mini Review

Following up the success of the original, HTC launched a new and slightly smaller HTC One mini last month, with everything we loved about the first model in a smaller package. Well, almost everything. Many of the specs received a slight drop, but all the important aspects remain. Can this mini-me smartphone win us over and fit nicely in the palm of our hand? Read on for our thoughts on this stunning little device.
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