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Nintendo just revealed a new game console — here’s how the new $200 Nintendo Switch Lite stacks up against the old $300 Switch
Nintendo has a new, less expensive version of the Nintendo Switch coming this September. It differs from the current console in a few crucial ways.
Bose released a brand-new pair of $400 noise-cancelling headphones — here’s how they compare to the trusty and iconic QC 35s
The new Bose 700 noise-cancelling headphones come with a few upgrades over the trusty QC 35 headphones, and they don't cost that much more, either.
We already know a surprising amount about the PlayStation 5 and next Xbox — here’s how the 2 consoles compare
With just a little over a year until next-gen game consoles arrive, we're comparing the details of the next PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Starting at $130, Galaxy Buds are cheaper than AirPods, which retail for $159 with similar features.
The $900 Galaxy S10 has a great camera, but the camera on this $670 smartphone you’ve probably never heard of is even better
I never had complaints about the Galaxy S10's camera, but comparing photos side-by-side with the $670 OnePlus 7 Pro reveals Samsung could do better.
I’ve been switching between the Powerbeats Pro and Apple’s new AirPods for weeks, and these are the most important differences between the...
The wireless Powerbeats Pro are a lot like Apple's AirPods 2, but there are differences in terms of sound quality and design.
OnePlus just unveiled its priciest phone yet, the OnePlus 7 Pro. Here’s how it compares to the more affordable OnePlus 6T.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is the best OnePlus phone so far, but the OnePlus 6T is still a great option.
Google's Pixel 3a has the same camera as the Pixel 3, which is crazy for a phone that starts at $400.
If you're on the fence between an iPhone XS and the iPhone XR, there are several reasons to consider the more expensive phone.
I consistently recommend smartphones from a company that few in the US have ever heard of over Apple’s iPhones or Samsung’s Galaxy phones ...
Apple and Samsung are just names to me — what matters most are the phones themselves and what they propose for their price tags.