Julian Chokkattu

    Julian Chokkattu

    Julian is the mobile and wearables editor at Digital Trends, covering smartphones, fitness trackers, smartwatches, and more. He began his career in journalism as the news editor of his college newspaper, and then worked at TechCrunch writing about startups. Julian has reviewed dozens of phones, tablets, and wearables for several years, and still isn't tired of it. He's traveled to select cities in the U.S. to test 5G, and he's seasoned at covering major events like Google I/O and Apple's WWDC. He's also an avid photographer.

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    Google Pixel 4 event 2019 | News and live coverage

    Google's next smartphones, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, have been leaked so much -- sometimes from Google itself -- that we're not sure what's left for Google to show off. Nevertheless, we have a date: October 15 in New York City. Expect to…
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    Apple iPhone 11 review: The iPhone for all

    The iPhone 11 is the successor to the iPhone XR and adds modest upgrades, but should you buy it over the expensive, feature-packed iPhone 11 Pro?

    The refreshed Fire HD 10 tablet is Amazon’s first product to use USB-C

    Amazon finally jumps on the USB-C bandwagon with the Fire HD 10 and Fire HD 10 Kids Edition, its first products to utilize the USB-C port for charging. They also bring a host of other updates.
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    Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, the child-friendly subscription service, is now on Fire TV Sticks, offering peace of mind when your kid is in front of the TV.

    Amazon’s first Kindle Kids Edition offers up kid-friendly ebooks, reading badges

    Kids Edition Fire tablets aren't new, but Amazon is now extending it to the classic Kindle with the Kindle Kids Edition. It has fun features that encourage kids to get reading.
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    Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL review

    The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are Google’s latest phones, and their key selling point is that they bring the same exact software and camera experience from the Pixel 3 and 3 XL to a much lower price point -- $399 and $479.