The PlayStation 5 vs. the Xbox Series X and Series S

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We finally have a price and release date for both models of the PlayStation 5, so it’s time to take another look at how the new Sony console generation measures up to the competition. Last week we found out about the cheaper, lower-specced Xbo…

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The new Apple Watch models vs. the competition: Below the surface

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It’s September again, which means it’s time for another Apple event. But not iPhones this time. Today we’re getting a peek at new tablets and watches. Yes, that’s right, “watches” plural, because the company is releasing a budget-minded model …

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The iPad Air vs. the competition: Does this new 10.9-inch tablet measure up?

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With so many adults and kids working at home, new iPads really couldn’t have come soon enough. And Apple more than delivered today with the announcement of the 8th-generation iPad and the latest iPad Air. There are plenty of great visual impro…

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The Galaxy Note 20 vs. the competition: A real handful

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Today we got our first look at the new Galaxy Note 20 devices, and they’re certainly impressive. Between an improved S-Pen, Windows integration and 8K video recording, there’s a lot of power on deck. And then there’s the screen — the regular G…

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The Google Pixel 4a vs. the competition: The midrange heats up

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For years most of our attention has been focused on flagship handsets from companies like Apple, Google and Samsung. But since last year’s release of the excellent Pixel 3a, midrange devices have gotten a lot more interesting. Today Google fin…

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The PlayStation 5 vs. the Xbox Series X: Which is more powerful?

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The next generation of consoles is coming, with plenty of emphasis on how much power these things have — the better to render modern graphics. Last week we got a look at what’s inside Microsoft’s Xbox Series X, and today we’re finally seeing wh…

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Disney+ vs. the competition: Which offers the best bang for your buck?

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With so many different streaming services coming out of the woodwork it’s getting harder to keep up with everything — as well as more expensive. That’s not going to get any better now that Disney’s launched its own offering, with shows from pop…

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The iPhone Pro Max vs. the competition: Big ones

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Phone users love big screens and, as a result, handsets have been creeping ever closer to seven inches each year. Apple is no exception, debuting the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max last fall to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note line. This year’s iPho…

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Google Ads conversion rates by industry: How do you compare?

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See how your Google Ads conversion rates stack up against industry averages. Data based on 14,197 US accounts, representing over $200 million in spend.

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Pixel Slate vs. the competition: Get some work done

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We weren’t too thrilled with the first attempt at putting Chrome OS on a tablet, with Acer’s Chromebook Tab 10 getting slammed for its bad cameras and poor performance — and the fact that Chrome OS hadn’t really been optimized for the form fact…

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Surface Pro 6 vs. the competition: More than just portability

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Last year’s Surface Pro was a satisfying, if unambitious entry to Microsoft’s brand of hybrid laptops. With its sixth iteration, the line is offering a load of refinements like a higher contrast ratio for the screen. However, in a crowded marketplace…

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Surface Laptop 2 vs. the competition: Power and price

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After years of good hybrid machines Microsoft finally built a regular laptop in 2017, scoring a home run on the first swing. We were excited by the design, screen and battery life, but less thrilled about the limited port selection. Over a yea…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs. last year’s Note 8: What’s changed?

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Last year’s Galaxy Note 8 largely succeeded at redeeming the Note line in the wake of its predecessor’s battery troubles. The new Note 9 doesn’t have as much pressure on it this time around, so the changes are a lot less dramatic than the addition of…

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How the new ZenBook Pro compares to the MacBook Pro

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With its thin build, UHD screen and new ScreenPad, ASUS’ latest ZenBook Pro is firmly aimed at creative professionals. Of course, it’ll have to contend with Apple’s own Pro machine and its contextually adaptive TouchBar. While your ultimate buying de…

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How the ‘new’ iPad compares to the rest of Apple’s tablets

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The iPad line has diversified a bit the past few years, with Apple introducing two sizes of its “Pro” model in addition to a more basic 9.7-inch device. But, while last year’s tablet offered some decent specs at a friendly $329 price point, it lacked…

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The Google Pixel 2 XL vs. the competition: Cameras rule

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In a year where the Galaxy Note made a comeback and Apple is mixing things up by offering both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X, it’s hard to know what to make of Google’s newest handsets at first. The Pixel XL isn’t particularly flashy on the outside,…

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The iPhone X vs. the competition: Beautiful screens and more

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It’s been a decade since the first iPhone was introduced, so today’s big announcement from Apple marks the occasion with an ‘X.’ However, the mobile scene has changed a lot since 2007, with rival companies like Samsung, LG and HTC releasing devices t…

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The Galaxy Note 8 vs. the competition: More than just a stylus

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With phone screens getting bigger and bigger, the Galaxy Note doesn’t quite stand out the way it used to. The Note 8’s 6.3-inch screen is only a tad larger than the 6.2 inches boasted by the Galaxy S8+, and both devices share the same Snapdragon 835…

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The Galaxy Note 8 vs. the Note 7: What’s changed?

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Last year the Galaxy Note 7 was actually one of our favorite phones until it started exploding, so we’re happy to see Samsung’s line of large-screen-with-stylus handsets make its return today with the Note 8. While it would have been easy enough to s…

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The new iPad Pro vs. the 9.7-inch iPad Pro: What’s changed?

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The iPad Pro’s new 10.5-inch screen size may be a bit bigger than the 9.7-inch model it’s replacing, but it’s still sleek and svelte. However, a larger display and a new chassis aren’t the only differences. Inside you’ll find upgraded specs belying t…

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Surface Laptop vs. the competition: Back to basics

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Microsoft finally built a real laptop — not a tablet with a keyboard, or a machine with a detachable display. Just a solid traditional laptop, though one with an incredibly slim build, smooth touch and the stripped down Windows 10 S along for…

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