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Moto X4 review: A mid-range phone done right

Not everyone wants to spend top dollar on a phone — if that’s the case, the Moto X4 is a fantastic choice a couple steps below that top level. The quick take Project Fi was in dire need of a new, solid, mid-range phone — and now it has one in the Moto X4. Motorola’s $399 phone offers build quality that will make you feel like you paid far more, with hardware features like waterproofing that are great to see. And Google has managed to make a Motorola software experience…

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Every Daydream app you can install right now, and a look at what comes next

Just go ahead and install all of them. You know, for fun. Google’s first Daydream headset is finally shipping to people who purchased the first Daydream phone, and are quickly finding it’s not easy to locate the whole list of Daydream apps from the Play Store. While we’ve been having a lot of fun showing you the best free Daydream apps and the Daydream games everyone should have installed, the act of browsing for apps and then waiting for them to install while in VR isn’t a good time. To…

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Sony’s Xperia XZ1 gets most everything right

I’m excited about a Sony phone, but that shouldn’t surprise you. There are so many phones launching this quarter, it’s difficult to keep up. In the U.S., Sony’s phones generally get announced and go on sale with little fanfare, largely because they lack carrier backing. This is true of the Xperia XZ1, which is available on Amazon right now for $650, and its smaller Xperia XZ1 Compact counterpart. Here in Canada, things are a little different: for the XZ1, Sony has the support of the country’s second-largest carrier, Bell as…

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A Victory for the Populist Right in Austria

John Fund, National Review OnlineAngela Merkel’s misguided migration policy — which allowed nearly 1 million people from Africa and the Middle East to enter Germany in 2015 — has claimed another political victim. Her centrist Christian Democratic government lost a great deal of support to the populist Alternative for Germany in last month’s election because of her mishandling of the migration flood. And today, Christian Kern, the left-wing Social Democratic chancellor of Austria, lost his job because of his own party’s involvement in opening Austria to 75,000 new migrants. Germany…

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