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Technically Incorrect: A new ad for the Galaxy S6 Edge says that living your life with all those white charging cables is no fun.
Technically Incorrect: In a new ad for its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Samsung mercilessly mocks those who stick their phones on the end of a stick.
It's a short but enthusiastic collection of top-rated reviews this week, as CNET's editors gave out 4.5 and even 5 stars for car audio, a car, home audio, and a phone and a speaker that can handle a little water. Dive in.
You don't have to run marathons to appreciate the S6 Active's sturdiness and "waterproof" backing.
Starting at $299, the 9.7-inch tablet doesn't give you the most bang for your buck, but at least it looks good.
An outdated display and simple specs make this $299 tablet too expensive.
Is Apple's iOS 9 update borrowing features from Android? CNET's Dan Graziano breaks down the new and more in under three minutes.
It's a throw-down showdown between the two Korean giants for smartphone supremacy. Does the newest LG G4 have what it takes to knock the Samsung Galaxy S6 from the top? Let's get it on!
A listing on a Russian website suggests that Samsung could officially announce its new low-end phone.
Technically Incorrect: It seemed as if Samsung wasn't going to knock Apple anymore. Then came the NBA Finals and new ads for the Galaxy S6 Edge. And boy is that iPhone 6 a bad phone.
A variant on last year's flagship model could still arrive, amidst global S6 sales.
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