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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Wants To Make An Android Phone

When you think about the smartphone market, you think of the two dominant platforms: Apple’s iPhone, powered by iOS, and Google’s Android. You think of them separately because as of right now, that’s what they are. But what if, let’s say, Apple made an iPhone that ran Android? Let your mind wonder about that for [...]

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How To Get A Smartphone That Isn’t For Sale By US Carriers

Around this time every year, dozens of smartphone manufacturers unveil their latest and greatest creations. They show them off at CES in Las Vegas, giving the tech press time to use demo units and write reviews of what’s in store for the new year. Within a month or two, they hit the shelves around the [...]

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It’s Official: Google’s Nexus 5 Now Comes In Red

After weeks of rumors and speculation, it’s officially official: you can now get a bright red LG Nexus 5 on the Google Play Store. As with the black and white models, the Bright Red Nexus 5 comes fully unlocked and includes the latest version of Android 4.4 KitKat. Three and a half Benjamins gets you [...]

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T-Mobile Planning To Further Transform Wireless In 2014

No doubt about it, T-Mobile turned the wireless industry on its head in 2013. In that 12 month period, they eliminated 2 year contracts and upgrade eligibility requirements, added free global roaming for travelers in countries around the world, got aggressive with tablets on their network, giving 200 MB of free 4G LTE data to [...]

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Motorola Drops The Moto X To $399 Off Contract

Motorola has had it rough for the last few years, failing to gain much traction in the Android smartphone wars against rivals like Samsung, HTC, and LG. That being said, the Moto X was one of the finer devices to come out of 2013. While it doesn’t pack the highest performing processor or the highest [...]

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Google’s Chairman Gives A Roadmap For Switching From iPhone To Android

Gone are the days of one smartphone operating system being largely better than another. Both Android and iOS have evolved into excellent platforms, each with strong points for particular types of users. If you want something simple and intuitive, iOS is an excellent choice. If you want something more robust with expanded options, Android is [...]

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Facebook Now Shows Instagram Likes On Photos You Share

Facebook bought Instagram just over a year ago and since then, we haven’t seen much in the way of integration between the two platforms. As I opened my News Feed today though, I saw something different. This photo of my friend Laura had Likes from people not actually on Facebook. A little digging revealed they [...]

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Snapchat Rejects Facebook’s $3 Billion Cash Offer

Earlier this week, you might have heard that Snapchat turned down an offer from Facebook to be acquired for $3 billion in cash. It’s mind numbing. I wrote about it on my blog and wanted to share a few thoughts. Just to keep things in perspective here: Snapchat is a 2 year old product (Sept. [...]

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Here’s Why You Should Buy The Tablet With 4G LTE [OPINION]

When you’re shopping for a tablet, whether for yourself or as a gift, regardless of whether it’s an iPad or one of the many Android tablets available, there’s one particular configuration you should give more consideration to now: the model with embedded 4G LTE cellular connectivity. You might ask, “But Mike, there’s WiFi everywhere, so [...]

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Confirmed: T-Mobile Will Carry Nexus 5 in Time for the Holidays

Moments ago, the Nexus 5 went up for sale in the Google Play store. Prices start at $349 and for the first time with a Nexus device, you have two color choices. Not wasting any time, T-Mobile has already announced upcoming availability in time for the holidays. It will be available in select stores, retailers [...]

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