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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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New Apps for New Year 2

New Apps for New Year 2

For the second installment on the series New Apps for the New Year I will go through some new replacement apps for your regularly used apps. Weather apps on our phones and tablets may be one of the most important apps we use. Even though most of the time we use the app there isn’t a big storm or blizzard, it is still important to get up to date and correct weather for our location. So here are some new weather apps that you may want to replace your old app with.

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Articles just for your phone

Articles just for your phone

There are many different great news apps for your phone, but not many apps that have articles about your phone. I am always interested in new Android Apps, tips, and tweaks for my Android devices. And instead of having to search the net for new Android Apps and news there is an app that combine it into one app on your Android device. Drippler is an Android and iOS app specifically designed around your device with daily articles.

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Why I use Google Now

Why I use Google Now

My daily driver or main smartphone that I have been using is the Nexus 5 since it was released in October 2013. There are many reasons I enjoy using the Nexus 5 and one main reason is the integration of Google Search and Google Now into the smartphone. And since receiving my Nexus 5 phone the Google Now experience has gotten even more useful. This is very good and yet a little bad because I count on the service so much I have stopped changing my Android launcher or flashing a different rom. The real issue may come when I look to upgrade to a new phone and there are no more Nexus phones.

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Pre-CES 2014 Announcements

Pre-CES 2014 Announcements

CES doesn’t officially start until January 7th but there are tons of Tech journalists already roaming around the CES show floor viewing and writing about the latest devices and gadgets being shown at CES 2014. There have already been quite a few headline devices being reported on at CES 2014 before the show officially started today. The video above gives a recap of these announcements for cool new devices at CES. Check back for more information regarding CES announcements.  What are some of the new devices you are looking forward to from CES 2014?

 

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Gazelle Review

Gazelle Review

After having to upgrade my smartphone I decided to get rid of one of my many old smartphones  that are just sitting in a drawer collecting dust. When I decided to sell an old smartphone I was not sure where I wanted to sell it, I have had mix experiences selling on eBay and Craigslist so I decided to try out Gazelle. Here is my experience and thoughts about selling to Gazelle and how the process works.

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