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TN Emergency Management Agency tells everyone to panic

At 9:34 this morning I got an emergency alert on my phone telling me to prepare an emergency kit, make a plan, and go to

September 01, 2016 Good and EVO, Pocketables

AnyMote Home IR blaster review

If you’ve got little kids you probably have come to expect that when you want to watch TV, change the volume, or perhaps turn the


Moto G4 Plus Review – an Excellent Mid-Range Phone

Lenovo (and Motorola before that) has been the unofficial king of mid-range Android phones for the last few years. Their Moto G line has been

August 30, 2016 Android, Good and EVO, Reviews
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Tired of spending hundreds of millions, Alphabet looks to cut Google Fiber funding

Google Fiber has been asked to cut half of the jobs and 90% of the cost by parent company Alphabet after extremely sluggish rollout caused

August 26, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables
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J.D. Power report released. Hey Sprint – about that 1% you’re claiming…

J.D. Power released a study highlighting the incidence of wireless network problems being driven in urban areas by young high usage customers, but it also

August 25, 2016 Good and EVO, Pocketables
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AT&T, Comcast oddly fail to come to agreement to help Google Fiber crush them

AT&T and Comcast had a sit down meeting at the request of Nashville’s mayor with Google regarding their fiber rollout delays and to put it

August 25, 2016 Good and EVO, Pocketables

CHOETECH Quick Charge 2.0 Car Charger Quick Review

QUICK VERDICT After the great experience I had with the CHOETECH Multi-Port Charger, I turned to the company again when looking for a new car

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So what does a 1% difference really mean?

Sprint has been advertising lately that their network reliability is within 1% of Verizon’s, and if you’re not a numbers person or bother to read

August 23, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables

AmpliFi Home WiFi router review (the first four days)

AmpliFi Home is a device from Ubiquiti Networks that combines two range extenders (mesh points,) and a base unit into a whole home centrally managed WiFi

August 22, 2016 Accessories, Good and EVO, Reviews

5 Best Podcasts for Your Commute to Work

If you’re like most people, 78 percent of commuters to be exact, you drive to work alone. If you’re in need of some friendly conversation, or

August 18, 2016 Good and EVO, Pocketables
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