Each week, our friends at gdgt go through the latest gadgets and score them to help you decide which ones to buy. Here are some of their most recent picks. Want more? Visit gdgt anytime to catch up on the latest, and subscribe to gdgt's newsletter to get a weekly roundup in your inbox.

This week on gdgt: Nokia Lumia 1020, Olympus PEN E-P5 and Google's Chromecast

This week on gdgt the 2ndgen Nexus 7, the Leap, and twostep authentication

Asus Nexus 7 2nd-gen

As gdgt's first must-have Android tablet, the second-generation Nexus 7 packs in an amazing display, better battery life, optional LTE, and a new version of Android into an even smaller, more svelte package. If you're looking for a great tablet for media and communication, the new Nexus 7 has you covered.
Buy from $229
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This week on gdgt the 2ndgen Nexus 7, the Leap, and twostep authentication

Why you should use two-step authentication

If you're looking for one of the best ways to protect your digital life, look no further than two-step authentication. In this week's featured gdgt Central post, we explore why you should be using two-step authentication, and the companies that currently take advantage of it.

This week on gdgt the 2ndgen Nexus 7, the Leap, and twostep authentication

Google Chromecast

Google's latest attempt to get into your living room is probably going better than the company ever anticipated. Applauded for its quick setup, ease of use, and surprisingly potent features, the Chromecast is being gobbled up like hotcakes. It may not be the next Apple TV, but you can't go wrong with it.
Buy from $35
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DNP This week on gdgt the new Nexus 7, the Leap, and twostep authentication

Should Motorola devices be avoided?

In this week's featured discussion, gdgt user ShawnPConroy asks whether he should be wary of Motorola phones after citing a bad experience with a Motorola device. Has Motorola turned a corner since being acquired by Google? What do you think?

This week on gdgt the 2ndgen Nexus 7, the Leap, and twostep authentication

Leap Motion Leap

The first device that tries to make the awesome tech of Minority Report accessible to everyone, the Leap stumbles in its execution. While its cool factor is through the roof, critics report that its use is unintuitive, and that there just isn't enough application support for the device. While it might make you feel like Tom Cruise for a while, it will eventually start collecting dust unless more developers begin to capitalize on its unique input method.
Buy from $79
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