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Sapphire screens may soon replace glass in smartphones

There are all kinds of rumors and predictions in the tech world every day, but most are the standard fare of faster processor, better screen

March 22, 2013 Android, Editorials, Tablets
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Upgrading a highly customized phone to ICS+, part 3: Flipping the switch

After my quest to upgrade my over-customized phone to ICS+ got off to a shaky start, things started looking up a few days ago. That

March 22, 2013 Android, Editorials
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If the Google Reader shutdown has proved anything, it’s that Google is not indispensable

When Google announced that Google Reader is going to be shut down in a few months, I wasn’t quite sure what to do. I, like

March 21, 2013 Android, Apps, Editorials
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Tablet app design is hard

While I’m not a proper developer, I have made fully functional apps for both Android and iOS, phones and tablets. Sure, the Android apps are

March 20, 2013 Android, Editorials, Tablets
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Upgrading a highly customized phone to ICS+, part 2: Things are looking up

Several days ago I wrote about how I’ve acquired a second Samsung Galaxy S II, in an effort to actually move the extremely heavily customized setup I

March 18, 2013 Android, Editorials
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Is 1080p the final step for smartphone screen resolutions?

With yesterday’s Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement, Samsung joined the likes of HTC One and Sony Xperia Z with having its own 1920 x 1080 (1080p) smartphone for 2013.

March 15, 2013 Android, Editorials
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The top five features Windows Phone needs from Android and iOS

I’m an avid Windows Phone user and enjoy many of the features it brings to the table, including live tiles, hubs, and easy integration of

March 14, 2013 Android, Editorials, Microsoft
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Google just killed off the only Google service I ever cared about, and the internet is worse off for it

By now, you’ve probably heard the crushing news. Google is shutting down Google Reader - the near-ubiquitous RSS service – on July 1. This is an

March 13, 2013 Apps, Editorials
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The Nexus 4′s glass back cover puts form before function, and isn’t what I expect from Google

When I first got my Nexus 4, I was at best mildly annoyed by the glass back (which can’t really be called a battery cover

March 11, 2013 Android, Editorials
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Firefox OS to set sail in 2013, but will it sink?

It was two years ago when we first learned that Mozilla was working on a project called Boot to Gecko or B2G. Mozilla had announced

March 09, 2013 Editorials, Features, Linux
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