Michael SimonStaff Writer, PCWorld

If it has a screen, battery or a plug, Michael Simon wants to play with it. He has been obsessed with technology since he bought his first ThinkPad—the one with the lift-up keyboard that let you swap out the drive. He's still waiting for that to come back in style.

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OnePlus 8T review in progress: Return to a winning formula

The 8T is just what Android and OnePlus fans need to close out 2020.

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iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini: Six ways they're more 'Pro' than you think

Apple has announced the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini and they're packed with Pro-level features at a lower price.

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iPhone 12 preview: New design, colors, and sizes, 5G, and no earbuds

Apple is set to unveil its latest iPhone on Tuesday. Here's what we're expecting to see.

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Google Assistant App Actions brings voice commands to Android apps

Google has announced Assistant-powered App Actions so you can speak to your Android apps through Google Assistant.

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Apple Watch Series 6 review: Still a rhapsody, now in blue

The Apple Watch Series 6 is without a doubt the best smartwatch you can buy, even if its competitors do some things better.

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Apple all but certain to unveil iPhone 12 at October 13 online event

Apple has sent out invitations for a special online event on October 13, which will likely see the launch of the iPhone 12.

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Five perplexing Google Pixel 5 facts you might have missed

Upon further scrutiny, there's even more about the Pixel 5 that needs explanation.

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iPhone 6, 7, and SE owners: Here's how to get $25 from Apple

The Northern District of California court launched a website for claims related to the iPhone throttling class-action lawsuit. The deadline to file is October 6.

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The midrange Pixel 5 makes Google's smartphone lineup more confusing than ever

The Google Pixel 5 has launched with midrange specs that bring it confusingly close to the Pixel 4a. If it's not a premium phone, then why is it here?

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The Google Pixel 5 has arrived with a new definition of ‘flagship’ phone

The Google Pixel 5 has arrived, and it's changing what we expect of flagship phones. Its mostly midrange feature set is the most Google-y rather than the most premium.

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Google Pixel 5 preview: Lower price, mid-range parts, and 5G

Google is set to unveil the Pixel 5 this week, but it might not be the flagship Android phone you're hoping for.

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Apple Watch SE review: Back to basics with a blank screen

The new Apple Watch SE is a solid smartwatch at a good price, but its main purpose is to make the Series 6 look even more attractive.

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Amazon Prime Day starts October 13, but these awesome deals are already live

Amazon will be kicking off its Prime Day event on October 13 and great deals are already live.

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Fitbit Sense review: Ambitious to a fault

The new Fitbit Sense is packed with sensors and loaded with features, but its great power comes at the expense of simplicity.

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Amazon announces a Ring camera for your car and Ring drone for your home

Amazon is expanding its line of Ring security cameras to cover your car and hallways.

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