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Though it feels too similar to last year's G3, the LG G4 is an excellent big-screen smartphone that will appeal to budding photographers, and has old-school features missing from rival flagships.
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David Goldberg passes away unexpectedly. The executive had a long, varied career, which spanned companies like Capitol Records and Yahoo before he ultimately became CEO of SurveyMonkey.
Silicon Valley's male-dominated culture could cost the technology industry the thing it values most: innovation.
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The past year of debate and strife in cities nationwide has pushed law enforcement agencies to begin adopting body cameras. The result: shares of body camera makers are soaring.
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Equipped with a Snapdragon 808 processor, a 16-megapixel camera, and a 5.5-inch quad-HD display that's brighter than ever, LG aims high with its latest G4 flagship.
Featuring a brighter display, a better camera and a faster processor than before, the LG G4 is the latest high-end Android competitor.
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Based on its latest mobile camera tests, camera-testing outfit DXO says the new Samsung ekes out a higher score than Apple's former top-ranker.