Dan Rosenbaum

Contributing Writer

Dan Rosenbaum is president of Center Ring Media and editor in chief of Wearable Tech Insider. He’s been writing about telephones and mobile technology for more than 30 years.

BlackBerry returns with a surprisingly decent business phone: The KEYone (with video)

Review: Huawei plays

Review: Huawei plays "The Price Is Right" with Mate 9, Honor 6X (with video)

Huawei's latest phones -- the Mate 9 and the Honor 6X -- aren't flagship-level, but offer a lot of good tech for less money.

Review: Google’s Home invasion

Review: Google’s Home invasion

Google makes it as easy as it can to put the world’s knowledge at your fingertips on every screen you touch. With Google Home, it’s trying to extend that reach to casual conversation.

Moto Z: Is this the Droid you’ve been looking for?

Moto Z: Is this the Droid you’ve been looking for?

Motorola's latest high-end Android smartphones, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, are well-designed and innovative.

Review: The Starry Station Wi-Fi router sticks with simplicity (+video)

Review: The Starry Station Wi-Fi router sticks with simplicity (+video)

The stylish new Starry Station Wi-Fi router is so simple to use that your friends and relatives may no longer need to call you for help.

Outlook for Mac 15.3 review: Almost as good as the Windows version

Outlook for Mac 15.3 review: Almost as good as the Windows version

A surprise update of Outlook for Mac approaches parity with Windows, but doesn’t yet play well with other ecosystems.

Samsung Stratosphere

It's not fair, really. The Samsung Stratosphere is a better-than-adequate smartphone that hit the market at the same time that people were first getting a look at the iPhone 4S, the Droid Razr

Motorola Droid Razr is razr sharp

Motorola Mobility, once king of the cellphone business, is apparently tired of being treated as an also-ran. First impressions of the new Droid Razr smartphone, introduced Tuesday and available next month from Verizon in the U.S., are...

A week with the Motorola Droid Bionic

The Droid Bionic, the latest top-of-the-line Android phone from Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless ($300 with a two-year plan), is more of everything. The paradox -- which I discovered after working with the phone for a week -- is...

Samsung's Infuse 4G a lightweight heavyweight

For most tech gadgets, the rule is immutable: big equals heavy. If you get a big cell phone -- a Droid X, for instance, or an HTC Evo -- you're going to know that it's in your pocket.

Hands on: Droid Charge is cool but costly

I'm confused. What makes Samsung's Droid Charge (which is finally shipping after a 16-day delay) a Droid?

HTC ThunderBolt 4G smartphone: Hefty but fast

Even by the new standards of cell phone advertising, the run-up to the HTC ThunderBolt -- Verizon's first 4G LTE smartphone -- was elaborate and expensive. Gatefold ads in mass-market magazines and high-profile TV spots on the Oscars,...

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