There are many factors to consider when buying a new phone, but for most people the crucial element is the price. Are you willing to shell out over $1,000 on the latest and greatest flagships? Perhaps a $400 mid-range champion takes your fancy? Or maybe you want something under $200 that simply gets the job done.
The Edge+ marks Motorola's return to the flagship market, offering features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones. But unremarkable software and being tied to Verizon make it a tough sell.
Packed with the same A13 chip of its bigger more expensive siblings, the new iPhone SE has enough power to last you a few years without spending $1,000. Granted, it lacks the larger screen, Face ID and more camera options, but at $399, the iPhone SE is bound to make a lot of people happy.
You've just bought a new gaming desktop, or a laptop for the office. Maybe you've upgraded your PC with a new CPU and motherboard. You might be into overclocking. But do you know exactly what you've got? How well is that PC actually working? We've compiled a list of 20 programs that are great for analyzing or benchmarking your devices.