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Motorola Moto E vs. Samsung Galaxy S6: Here's what that high-end premium gets you

If you’re currently in the market for the best smartphone going around, the $550 Samsung Galaxy S6 should be close to the top of your list. On the other end of the spectrum sits the Moto E (2015), a great entry-level handset from Motorola that can readily be found for $100. But what does that price gap get you? Is the 2015 Moto E just as usable in day to day activities as the Galaxy S6, or is the extra cost of Samsung’s leading smartphone more than justified?

Learn Raspberry Pi: Save 93% on 5 in-depth courses

Learn Raspberry Pi: Save 93% on 5 in-depth courses

It’s easy to be intrigued by the Raspberry Pi. Since the unveiling of the souped-up Raspberry Pi 2 earlier this year, the ultra-affordable, credit card-sized computer has been startling skeptics with its surprising power and spurring innovation among DIY-savvy tinkerers…

Then and Now: A decade of Intel CPUs compared, from Conroe to Haswell

Take a look back at how Intel CPUs have progressed over the years. We're testing and comparing the original Core 2 Duo CPUs against the Nehalem-based Core i5-760 and Core i7-870, the Sandy Bridge Core i5-2500K and Core i7-2700K chips, and then to the current generation Haswell Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 parts.

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