HTC One M8

HTC comes out with another beautiful phone. Microsoft finally puts Office on the iPad. Beats is still charging top dollar for decent headphones, and CNET's Appliances reviewers are still finding the best large plug-in-able objects for your home. These are the products that earned top ratings this week...

Elegant style, raw power, and sophisticated features make the HTC One M8 an excellent smartphone choice for anyone but the most exacting photographer.

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Microsoft Office for iPad

Microsoft's Office for iPad suite of apps is a great middle ground between desktop and smartphone versions, and is a must-have for frequent Office users.

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KitCamera (iOS)

KitCamera (iOS) is a must-have for mobile photographers with tons of tools and effects, along with fine-tuning controls to help you get the perfect shot.

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Dacor Renaissance 30-inch Double Wall Oven

With a price tag of $4,999, the Dacor Renaissance 30-inch Double Wall Oven sits on the high end of high-end, but for powerful, unmatched cooking performance, you'll have a tough time finding much better.

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Beats Studio Wireless Headphones

While they'll cost you a hefty $380, the Beats Studio Wireless Headphones are excellent wireless Bluetooth earphones.

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Hoover Platinum Collection Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum

The Hoover Platinum Collection Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum isn't fancy, but it will clean your floors better than most of the other stick models we tested. Combine that with its reasonable price and you have one of our favorite vacuums to date.

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Bridge Constructor (iOS)

Though the ads are distracting for a paid app, Bridge Constructor remains a fun, addictive game that’s sure to challenge you with each level.

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