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Amazon is turning off Instant Video for Google TV, still not available for Android TV

A bit of sad news has come in today for all of you holdouts who are still using Google TV: Amazon’s Instant Video app will stop

August 19, 2015 Android, Editorials
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Analyzing T-Mobile’s new 10GB family plan

Earlier today, T-Mobile announced its new promotional family plan that gives users two lines for $100 with 10GB of data each, with additional lines costing $20.

July 14, 2015 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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What’s wrong with T-Mobile’s “Mobile without Borders” announcement

Yesterday, T-Mobile made an announcement that’s actually a pretty big deal. I watched the announcement yesterday morning live on Periscope, and read the press release

July 10, 2015 Android, Editorials, Features
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Infinity notifications with Google Photos

Last week Google Photos was released as a standalone product, and although it looked cool it didn’t have all of my photos yet so I

June 04, 2015 Apps, Editorials, Good and EVO
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You need a better charger

Something I noticed recently while after reviewing several Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 chargers is that I’m almost never out of juice anymore. This isn’t a Qualcomm specific

June 03, 2015 Editorials, Good and EVO
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Google Fiber, AT&T’s Gigapower, Comcast Gigabit Pro coming to Nashville

If you’re in Nashville, you’ve probably noticed a lot of orange paint on the sidewalks and even a few random buttons claiming that Google Fiber’s there,

May 27, 2015 Editorials, Good and EVO
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WiFi calling could come this week to the Google Nexus 6 by Motorola

For T-Mobile customers with a Google Nexus 6 by Motorola who have been waiting patiently for WiFi calling to come to after months of promises

May 19, 2015 Android, Editorials, Features
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A purely self serving reason to avoid kangers

Kanging in the development world is generally understood to mean stealing code without giving credit, asking for permission, and claiming you’re the developer when you’re not.

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Check out this ad from HTC that tries way too hard to be funny

If there’s one thing that HTC needs to realize, it’s that you can’t just make a viral video at will – videos usually go viral

April 27, 2015 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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The more worrisome part of Uncarrier 9.0 is the part no one is talking about

Uncarrier 9.0 focused mainly on the business sector, but included a few tidbits for consumers, as well. This included a steep discount for family members

March 19, 2015 Editorials, Features, Good and EVO
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