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David Imel

David Imel  is a 21 year-old technology enthusiast hailing from Smartville, Califorina. He moves a lot so he's probably not really living in any one place. David loves Android, Writing, Computer Hardware, Mechanical Keyboards, Super Smash Brothers: Melee, and many other geeky things. He attended the University of California: Santa Cruz from 2013-2017 and now writes articles like no tomorrow.

David's Posts

YouTube TV review: can you finally cut your cable?

Google is taking on the cable industry by offering live TV from anywhere using only your Google account. Is it good enough to drop your TV provider?
by David Imel1 week ago37

Improved password management and Autofill APIs [Diving into Android O]

Improved password management and Autofill APIs are making their way to Android O, allowing users to switch between active password managers just as they would a keyboard.
by David ImelMarch 23, 20175

Casio announces the limited edition Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20S Android Wear watch

Casio has announced a limited edition version of its WSD-F20 smartwatch, sporting Android Wear 2.0 and durable hardware.
by David ImelMarch 22, 20173

Super Mario Run is now live on Google Play

Super Mario Run just launched on the Google Play Store, a full day earlier than originally anticipated. Go download it now and let us know what you think!
by David ImelMarch 22, 201737
 
 

Google Allo, Duo, Photos, and Search all receiving new updates today

Google is making minor updates to Allo, Duo, Photos, and Search today, bringing key features it thinks are most useful to those in mobile-first countries.
by David ImelMarch 22, 20172

Changes to multitasking in Android O [Diving into Android O]

Android O is here, and with it comes a number of new multitasking options to make it easier to switch between and use multiple apps at once.
by David ImelMarch 22, 201711

Bluetooth audio just got a lot better with Android O [Diving into Android O]

Android O offers a number of high-quality Bluetooth audio codec options that should help to move us towards headphone jack quality.
by David ImelMarch 21, 20175

Nintendo may have almost partnered with Cyanogen on the Nintendo Switch

Cyanogen's Kirt McMaster apparently passed on having his company create a custom OS for the Nintendo Switch, the newest portable gaming console Nintendo.
by David ImelMarch 21, 201710

Download Android O Developer Preview 1 here

Google has just announced the Android O developer preview, and you can flash it today!
by David ImelMarch 21, 20173

Liquid Flow batteries could power and cool your device at the same time

Electrolytes in liquid flow batteries could keep our devices charged and cool at the same time, paving the way for more efficient tech.
by David ImelMarch 20, 20176
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