Posts Tagged: "Android"

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Motorola’s Nexus 6 Goes Up Against The iPhone 6 Plus

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Big phones are all the rage these days, and I admit, my previous skepticism towards the “phablet” has waned somewhat as I’ve used them and found them more useful and interesting than first suggested. With enough real estate to use as a tablet but with more functionality, they’re less goofy...

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Droid Turbo Officially Announced for Verizon

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Motorola and Verizon have announced the latest Droid smartphone, the Droid Turbo, which will replace last year’s Droid Ultra. The Droid Turbo’s biggest selling point is its mega battery, which is 3,900mAh and will last you for 48 hours of use between charges, according to Verizon. But that’s not the...

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Google Fit Arrives To Fight The iPhone’s Health Apps

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Health tracking is going to be, apparently, the next battlefield the major tech companies fight it out on. We’ve already seen that Apple has the ambitious new Healthkit app suite to track everything from miles traveled to beats of your heart. And Google, not to be outdone, has just debuted...

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Ematic EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet Review

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Android tablets may be commonplace but that doesn’t mean they’re all alike. The reason so many 7” tablets are available is that they cater to the differing needs of the consumer looking to buy them. So what makes the $69.99 Ematic’s EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet stand out? That it...

Carl Kasell Retires From National Public Radio

NPR One Is Like A Pandora Of Public Radio

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National Public Radio is beloved and scorned in equal measure, but it’s offered us a surprising amount of great stuff over the decades. But it can also be hard to tune it in depending on where you are… which is where NPR One comes into play. Public Mixtape Essentially, NPR...