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Samsung missed an opportunity with the S4′s extra battery kit

Samsung is one of fewer and fewer companies to actually make batteries in their phones removable, and it’s in my opinion a great feature to

August 14, 2013 Accessories, Android
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What can you do with a spare entry-level Android phone? Part 2: Alarm-ing news

It’s been a few days now since I bought a Galaxy S5301, and I’ve slowly started putting stuff where it belongs

August 10, 2013 Android, Editorials
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How well does Android work on a small, low resolution screen?

I still remember the days when QVGA resolution, which is 320 x 240 pixels, was considered “high res” for being a mobile device. I remember

August 09, 2013 Android
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What can you do with a spare entry-level Android phone? Part 1: First impressions

Occasionally, local electronics stores here in Norway offer up entry level Android phones for ridiculously low prices. I’ve let those chance slip in the past,

August 06, 2013 Android
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Making a picture note system in Tasker

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how I made a virtual post-it note system in Tasker. I’ve used it quite a few times

August 06, 2013 Android, Apps
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Creating a better laundry alarm in Tasker

I have lots of small Tasker creations that I use often, but tinker with rarely, because they “just work”. One of them is my laundry

August 05, 2013 Android, Apps
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Join our new Tasker Think Tank forum

Tasker is hard to learn, which is why my many articles on the subject actually have a purpose. It’s also why every Tasker forum out

August 02, 2013 Android, Apps, Pocketables
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Quick Tasker tip: Create a dynamic profile for canceling persistent AutoNotifications

I’ve basically stopped using Tasker’s built-in notification creation actions altogether, because AutoNotification simply does it better. Very often I use the option to make a

July 31, 2013 Android, Apps
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Quick Tasker tip: Watch out for auto correction when using Tasker

I’ve previously written about what you can do to debug Tasker creations you make and try to find out why something’s not working. The latest

July 31, 2013 Android, Apps
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Has Apple’s position in the education market made it lazy?

In a couple of weeks, I start a new job as a teacher, and my iPad mini will be one of my main tools for

July 30, 2013 Apple, Tablets
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