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It’s no easy task reviewing an iPhone. Apple isn’t like other phone makers and doesn’t create and launch several smartphone models throughout the year.

Instead, once per annum, Apple announces the new devices that it’s going to sell for the entire next 12 months. That’s it. It takes one shot a year, sits back and focuses on the next project on the table. Still, despite that approach, it manages to go toe-to-toe with Android makers that fire off several rounds each year.


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At first glance Disney Infinity Marvel Super Heroes comes off as looking like something only designed for kids or complete comic nerds, but there is something lurking underneath that makes it an actual game.

While Disney Infinity was sorely lacking in many ways, it definitely seems that Disney Interactive took all of the feedback from the first iteration and made sure you wouldn’t have the same complaints with the second outing. Everything feels more robust and complete and definitely feels as though this will no longer be something for Disney fans to just fool around with and put characters in vehicles they don’t belong in.



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Forza Motorsport is reality, and Forza Horizon is fantasy.

Forza Motorsport is the science of driving and tuning, and the simulation of tires on asphalt. It’s real racetracks, scanned with lasers to ensure to-the-inch simulation. Forza Motorsport is something like real racing – at least the moment-to-moment aspect of driving cars fast on hard asphalt.




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The first Moto X, which debuted last year to muted consumer enthusiasm, didn’t get caught up in the smartphone hustle. And that’s what made it so great. While other Android competitors ran rampant with features and specs, Motorola used its brain to create a new breed of smartphone; it made a phone for everyone, something intelligent and thoughtful. It was the phone companies last year tried so hard to make, and although some companies got close, the Moto X was our pick for best phone of 2013.



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The Moto 360 is finally here and available for purchase for $249, which is considerably lower than the $299.99 price point we were expecting. TechnoBuffalo president Jonathan Rettinger and myself have been testing two separate units for more than a week now, and we’re here with a full review of the Moto 360. Is it the smartwatch you’ve been dreaming of? Should you run out and buy one right this instant? Yes and no.