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Jan 25 AT 12:30 PM Nick Sarafolean 22 Comments

What sets Android apart?

In order to make something great, it has to have something that sets it apart. In the tech world, this definitely holds true. With a Nexus phone, it’s the software. With a Galaxy Note device, it’s the size and specialized features. So what is Android’s stand-out feature?

Flexibility. When it comes to operating systems, there’s ... Read More »

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Jan 21 AT 1:48 PM Sean Riley 2 Comments

JotterPad X: An elegant minimalist writing app for Android

A minimalist writing app seems like it should be a pretty straightforward concept to execute on, and yet all too frequently they tip over into either a stripped down and feature-poor app or something too complicated for this simple task. While the ultimate goal of such an app should be to isolate you with your ... Read More »

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Jan 17 AT 5:35 PM Sean Riley 2 Comments

What’s next in wearable tech

Last year at CES 2013, there was hype about wearables that didn’t quite deliver. While multiple companies did show off plans and prototypes, there were precious few ready to actually ship a product. Through the rest of the year, we saw those wearables and more trickle out slowly with varying purposes, designs and degrees of ... Read More »

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Jan 06 AT 1:13 PM Nick Gray 7 Comments

Hands-on with the US-bound LG G Flex

LG is “throwing a curve” at CES. Introducing the LG G Flex, the world’s first curved and flexible smartphone to the US market. The LG G Flex will be available in the first quarter of 2014 on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. On Sprint, the LG G Flex will join the growing number of devices with ... Read More »

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