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Android handsets caught cheating on benchmarks

Adam Turner Following in the footsteps of graphics cards, Android handset makers have been caught tweaking their devices to boost benchmark results.

Hands on: LG Nexus 4

LG Nexus 4.

Adam Turner An Android superphone with a budget price tag, LG's Nexus 4 could be a smartphone game changer.

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iPhone 5 and the nano-SIM - change for the sake of change?

Hands-on with the iPhone 5 (Thumbnail)

Adam Turner Did we really need a new SIM card format with Apple's new iPhone?

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iPhone 5 - enough to hold off the Android hordes?

Apple's iPhone 5.

Adam Turner The Android superphones outgun the iPhone 5 on paper, but a good smartphone is more than the sum of its parts.

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What do we want from Apple's iPhone 5?

Apple's iPhone 4S.

Adam Turner Despite the talk of bigger screens and LTE, I think I'd be more interested in Near Field Communications.

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Hands on: Nokia Lumia 920 & Windows Phone 8

Nokia Lumia 920 at New York launch.

Adam Turner With a hardware overhaul and a raft of new Nokia features, the Lumia 920 is looking like Windows Phone's best weapon in its uphill battle against Apple and Android.

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Hands on: Kogan Agora Ice Cream Sandwich tablet

Kogan's 10-inch Agora Android ICS tablet.

Adam Turner Kogan is first with a budget Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" tablet, but you get what you pay for.

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Hands On: Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G which runs on Telstra's LTE network.

Adam Turner This little Android tablet hits the sweet spot between usability and portability.

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Hands on: Motorola Xoom II

Motorola Xoom II.

Adam Turner Motorola's second Xoom tablet sheds weight and offers a few surprises.

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