Wednesday, May 25, 2011

 Readers' Choice Awards: Phones & Carriers; The Designers Behind Some Iconic Laptops; Details on Mango; and More

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By Vicki Jacobson
May 25, 2011

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Readers' Choice Awards 2011: Mobile Phones and Carriers

Wondering how your phone and mobile provider stack up? Here's
who and what PCMag readers think are the best when it comes to
reliability and customer service for phones, platforms, and

Who Designed That Laptop?

Allow us to introduce you to some of the most forward-thinking
folks in tech--the designers and design teams behind the most
iconic laptops.

How Fast is Your Internet Access--Really?

You won't know until you test and when you use PCMag and
SpeedTest's broadband speed test engine, you'll not only find
out your true upload and download speeds, but you will help us
build our comprehensive look at Internet access speeds across
the U.S. Go take the test today.

The Dell XPS 15z: Thin, Powerful & Well-priced

Dell's Adamo may have been phased out, but that doesn't mean
it's game over for Dell's luxury line. Enter the Dell XPS 15z, a
high-end laptop with premium features. Laptop Analyst Cisco
Cheng called it a "killer combination" when referring to its
design and price. But is it good enough to earn our Editors'

Windows App Store: Savior or Satan?

All reports seem to indicate that Microsoft's highly-anticipated
Windows App Store will be similar in look and feel to the Mac
App Store. We don't know exactly how it will work, but we do
know that it has the potential to be an industry changer. Read
Sebastian Anthony's thoughts on its impending arrival.

Microsoft Debuts Mango

At Microsoft's "Mango" event yesterday, folks cleared up a
number of rumors about the next version of Windows Phone 7,
including its name (Windows Phone 7.1 not 7.5), its hardware
partners, and some features. Get all the details from

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