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.

Crash Course: Mastering Evernote as groupware

This free download has oodles of tips and advice for business users of this handy content storage and research tool.

Deep-dive review: The new LG G5 restores the replaceable battery

Deep-dive review: The new LG G5 restores the replaceable battery

The new flagship LG G5 phone offers good performance, fine camera tech and an interesting way to add new components. But do these add up to a top-notch device?

Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge -- the new phones to beat

Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge -- the new phones to beat

Samsung's latest flagship Android smartphones -- the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge -- are waterproof, well designed and have an interesting UI. But there are no unlocked versions in sight.

First look: The LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and HP Elite x3 premiere at the Mobile World Congress

First look: The LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and HP Elite x3 premiere at the Mobile World Congress

The LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and HP Elite x3 premiered at the Mobile World Congress on Sunday, and they offer three very different views of the world.

Review: The Huawei Honor 5X -- a lot for a low price

Review: The Huawei Honor 5X -- a lot for a low price

This plus-sized phone is does not rate as premium and its Android overlay will annoy some users, but the Honor 5X is a solid low-cost device.

Review: The HTC One A9 -- an iPhone for the Android crowd

Review: The HTC One A9 -- an iPhone for the Android crowd

HTC's new flagship phone, the One A9, may look a lot like an iPhone, but its features and UI are strictly Android. And it's definitely worth checking out.

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.

A Week with the Motorola Droid Bionic

The Bionic is sleek, fast and fun to use -- but its short battery life could limit its appeal.

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?

Hands-on: Motorola's Droid Pro

Let's cut to the chase: The best Palm Treo available today is a Droid Pro.

The ELocity A7 Tablet is Set to Go Up Against the IPad

Stream TV is trying to be the first company to introduce an Android-based tablet computer. Will its eLocity A7 have a chance against the iPad and other upcoming tablets?

Droid 2 is a Refresh, Not a Revelation

As the Smartphone Summer of 2010 lurches to a close, Verizon Wireless and Motorola have refreshed their product lines with the Droid 2 ($200 with a two-year contract), an update to the 10-month-old popular Droid slider phone.

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