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Lynn is a senior associate editor for CBS Interactive's CNET.
Lynn is a senior associate editor for CBS Interactive's CNET.

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ZTE bypasses carriers and releases its first flagship phone for the US directly to buyers. The handset is called the Axon and it has a 5.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, and two rear cameras.

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It's a flagship camera shootout! f you're curious how well the cameras compare on the Samsung Galaxy S6, the HTC One M9, and the Apple iPhone, I took all three handsets around San Francisco to find out which camera is better.

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I interviewed The Oatmeal's Matthew Inman about the insanely popular Exploding Kittens card game that is blowing up (pun not intended) on Kickstarter right now ($3.5million in 3 days!). Here Inman discusses one idea that was too raunchy to make the NSFW deck. (Full story here: http://cnet.co/1Ep48iS)

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If you're at ‪#‎CES2015‬, swing by the CNET stage today at 3PM PST to hear Scott Stein, Jessica Dolcourt, and me discuss smartphones, wearables, and all things mobile. Or you can join us online too, see you then!

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The jury's in! Here's what CNET thinks of the massive Google Nexus 6 flagship.

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Motorola's second-gen Moto X is ace, and the fact that you can customize its design is the huge cherry on top. Check out my review on CNET.

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What do you think smartphones will look like and feature in the future? I take a gander about the tech that's possible. (No, you won't find any hologram calls and translucent screens here.)

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I talk with Monotyoe's Steve Matteson about what wearables mean for typeface designers. Hint: It's not as easy as simply shrinking down the font size.

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Need a hardy lunchtime read? Check out my feature, which dives into why we (fanboys and trolls included) get so nutty about our smartphones.

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Here's CNET's review of the unlocked Google Nexus 5 (written by yours truly) in case you missed it. It features Android 4.4 KitKat, a Snapdragon 800 processor, and LTE. What do you think, are you guys going to get it?
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