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REVIEW: While Apple's iPhone 6s looks just like its predecessor, nearly everything about its features and performance has changed for the better.
REVIEW: WaveMaker’s development platform combines rapid application development with rapid application deployment using a Platform-as-a-Service model.
REVIEW: Deep Information Sciences brings intelligent heuristics and machine learning algorithms to MySQL implementations to improve the database's performance.
REVIEW: Despite some annoying drawbacks, NeoLAB Convergence's Neo smartpen N2 proves that such a digital input device could be very useful when used with a smartphone.
REVIEW: WatchGuard aims to alleviate the performance and security issues presented by the broad adoption of HTTPS with the M500 Unified Threat Management Appliance.
REVIEW: The BlackBerry Classic provides everything that fans of the company's smartphones want in a larger handset, including the familiar physical keyboard.
REVIEW: Lenovo creates a tabletop PC that's designed to foster collaboration by allowing several people to use it at the same time.
PRODUCT REVIEW: The tablet market up to now has been dominated by those running iOS and Google's Android OS, but Windows always seems to find its share of the market.
FIRST LOOK: Microsoft's next operating system looks like it's building on the best parts of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, and it contains attributes of both, but deep down inside it's something new.
Smartphone, Tablet Choices Are Vast SLIDESHOW
From the recent release of the latest Apple iPhone 6 models to fresh Samsung Galaxy smartphones and a myriad of tablets and smartphones from other vendors, it sure has been a busy season for mobile device aficionados. With that in mind, we here at eWEEK put together this broad roundup of some...