Todd Haselton has been professionally writing since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with MaximumPC Magazine and has since written for Ars Technica, Tom's Hardware Guide, LAPTOP Magazine, The Huffington Post, MobileBurn, Computer Shopper and BGR, with a focus in mobile. When he's not writing, Todd's either trying to get out to the west coast or to the nearest beach. Todd currently resides in New York City.






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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 during the 2014 Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona earlier this year, and just a few months later it’s available all around the globe, and from major carriers in the United States for $199 with a new two-year contract.

The device offers brand new hardware components, including a faster processor, and is also equipped with unique parts like a heart rate sensor. Last year’s Galaxy S4 was extremely popular, and Samsung sold millions of units within months of its release.

Is the Galaxy S5 the best smartphone you can pick up right now? Is its camera going to rock your world? Can you really dunk it in the sink? Is the heart rate monitor all it’s cracked up to be?








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Google hosted its first Project Ara developers conference last week, where it finally revealed more detailed information on its modular smartphone project. Ara is currently in the hands of the firm’s Advanced Technologies and Products (ATAP) team, who have been tasked with turning an idea into a real, physical product that Google hopes to sell to the entire world at various price points as early as January 2015.