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Google’s new wireless service

Google’s new wireless service

Google has recently announced its new wireless service named Project Fi. This is another move by Google to change the standard service contracts. Google’s Project Fi is in the invite process currently and will be a limited service when it is released. But Google Project Fi offers several awesome features to offer to customers.

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Google Now Launcher

Google Now Launcher

If you do not know what the Google Experience Launcher or otherwise known as the Google Now Launcher is than you probably do not have a nexus device. The Google Now Launcher is the default launcher on the new Nexus devices and has only been available on those devices. Google created the app and added it to the play store for a limited number of devices but I am sure the devices supported will expand. Google Now Launcher is not a launcher that adds fancy designs or widgets but it provides a core Google services right on the homescreen.

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Favorite Apps of the Week

Favorite Apps of the Week

Here is a roundup of my favorite apps of the week. These are some apps that I really enjoy using on either Android or iOS.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Preview

Samsung Galaxy S III Preview

[T]he highly anticipated release of the Samsung Galaxy S 3 is coming soon and has many people excited to get their hands on the new phone. So I decided to run down the phones specs and features as well as talk about why people are excited about this phone. The two predecessors to the Galaxy S3 have changed the way people use their smartphones and raised the expectations that the new Galaxy S3 will be one of the best new smartphones available. Samsung has stuffed the SGS III with so many features which is why the S III is going to be the most interesting Android phones this year.

                                                                               

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