Motorola’s Moto G Might Stand for “Great” Budget Phone

Willing to sacrifice 4G/LTE? Moto G, at $179, is the mid-range, contract-free phone to beat.
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New Kindle Paperwhite Is a Snappier, More Capable E-Reader

The new Kindle Paperwhite has a faster processor and a better screen than its predecessor. Should you upgrade?
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Apple’s iPhone 5c: $99 With a Two-Year Contract, $549 Unlocked

One word: Plastics.
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ATD Week in Review: Microsoft Partner Woes and Samsung’s Steroid Specs

The week in AllThingsD, in one convenient post. You’re welcome!
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Transferring Information to a New BlackBerry

Can you transfer emails, calendar entries and memos from older BlackBerrys, like the Bold, to the new Q10?

Power Testing: Can Two New Laptops Really Last All Day?

Walt puts to the test the battery-life claims of Apple’s new MacBook Air and Sony’s Vaio Pro.
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Two Views From Samsung About its “Octa” Chip

At the Consumer Electronics Show in January, Samsung described an unusual eight-brained processor as a major step above competing chips. Now that U.S. buyers will be late to get it, the company is playing down the differences.

Kyocera Torque: Not Exactly Elegant, but Can Handle All Your Drops and Dunks

Prone to dropping your phone on the ground — or worse, in water? The new Kyocera Torque can take it.
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LG’s New Flagship Phone, Optimus G, Coming to the U.S. by End of Year

I know, I know, it’s iOS 6 launch day. But there are other smartphones out there … right?
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Intel Finds a Russian MegaFon for Its Android Ambitions

A Russian carrier is the latest company to use Intel’s reference design as a way to offer up its own branded smartphone.
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Waiting for Windows 8

Tablets Flying Fast and Furious at CES