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The $550 mirrorless camera versus the flagships: Is it a waste of money?

by John Velasco 19 hours ago29 comments

Boom to bust: The sad history of LeEco in the United States

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5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver

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What was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017?

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Android Apps Weekly episode 190 is out! This week we talk about a new Titanfall game, a new MOBA by Rovio, and a really good phishing attempt on Gmail!
by Joe Hindy2 weeks ago3

10 best Reddit apps for Android

We've all used Reddit before, but some of us like to more than others. If you're looking to get into Reddit on mobile, here are the best Reddit apps!
by Joe HindyDecember 5, 20165

Google paying Redditors for voice samples to improve accent recognition

Google wants their voice recognition technology to be effective regardless of your accent or dialect, so they're turning to Reddit for samples.
by John DyeAugust 17, 201613

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about Kingdom Hearts Unchained X, the Reddit app, Capcom, and more Android apps and games news!
by Joe HindyApril 10, 20166
 
 

Reddit’s official Android app is now available

The beta is over. This morning, Reddit launched its official mobile app, but is it going to be enough to stand up to the third party competition?
by John DyeApril 7, 201629

This is what the Reddit app looks like

Ever since Reddit announced the start of the closed beta, we’ve been curious to see how their official app would function.
by John DyeFebruary 3, 201623

Reddit’s official Android app just began its closed beta test

Reddit's official app just began it's closed beta testing today, and an iOS beta is scheduled to start sometime soon.
by John DyeJanuary 28, 20169

Now this is how you add a microSD card slot to a Nexus

A Redditor decided that if Marshmallow was capable of recognizing external memory cards as internal storage, then why not pull the back off his Nexus 5 and add one himself? So he did.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 28, 201639

The 10 Commandments of Notifications, as revealed to Reddit

This hilarious list of the Ten Commandments of Notifications aims to guide developers towards the path of righteousness.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 21, 201611

Become a beta tester for Reddit’s official Android app

Reddit announced yesterday that it has been developing an official native Android app for its massive online community, and they want your help in building it.
by Preetam NathDecember 12, 20157
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