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j3

Review

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)

Light users will do fine with Samsung's entry-level Galaxy J3, but you'll want a higher-powered phone if you plan to keep it around for two years or more.

By 22 June 2016

3 stars Editors' rating 22 June 2016
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Samsung Galaxy J3 has a cool 'outdoor' mode

The budget Android phone throws in a neat feature to help you see the screen outside.

By 24 June 2016

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The sub-$200 Samsung Galaxy J3 handles well

You won't get impressive hardware or performance on the ultrabudget J3, but you will find an Android 6.0 phone that's nice to use and does the basics.

9 Images By 21 June 2016

Review

Asus G51J-3D

The Asus G51J-3D is the first laptop to incorporate Nvidia's 3D vision technology. If you absolutely love the idea of 3D gaming, this proof-of-concept system will work well for a pricey showpiece.

By 15 December 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 15 December 2009

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The Nikon 1 J3 is a good compact camera

Nikon's 1 J3 camera has lots of new features that should please enthusiasts.

By 12 January 2013

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Asus G51J: 3D laptop Na'vi-gates its way into our hearts

The unstoppable juggernaut that is 3D has breached the walls of TV, and is now making inroads into a new frontier: laptops. Today, we take a look at the Asus G51J

5 Images By 27 April 2010

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Asus G51J 3D: Nvidia 3D technology comes to gaming laptops

Asus has built Nvidia's 3D image-processing system into its latest high-end gaming laptop, the G51J 3D. Although the laptop itself might be great, we still hate 3D glasses with a passion

By 19 November 2009

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Samsung could be pumping up its 'J' game

The Galaxy J Max could be looming on the horizon, if this leak is true.

By 7 July 2016

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5 phones with the best battery life

If a long-life battery tops your list of phone needs, you can't do better than these. Did yours make the list?

By 29 June 2016

Article

Small telco kills free Net access

j3 Communications will no longer offer Net access, making its stint as an ISP shorter than a summer vacation.

By 16 April 1997