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Jimmy Westenberg

Lover of all things Android, Star Wars, dogs, coffee, and music.

Jimmy's Posts
 

HTC shouldn’t go all-in on nostalgia and expect it to be a long-term solution

HTC is right to think of the nostalgia play, but there's more to it than that.
Jimmy Westenberg5 hours ago41 shares
 

Have you/will you sign up for Google Stadia? (Poll of the Week)

Have you signed up for Google Stadia or are you holding off for a while?
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 20, 201956 shares
 

Fossil Hybrid HR review: Beautifully flawed

Don't buy the Fossil Hybrid HR for its fitness features — buy it because it's a beautiful hybrid smartwatch.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 19, 2019295 shares
 

We asked, you told us: Razr form factor with Galaxy Fold specs is what you want

What's the best foldable smartphone design for most people? You clearly have some thoughts.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 16, 2019322 shares
 

Which is better: Motorola Razr, Galaxy Fold, or Mate X? (Poll of the Week)

Based on form factor alone, which would you choose?
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 14, 201993 shares
 

Motorola Razr specs: Not really a Galaxy Fold competitor

Wondering what the Motorola Razr is all about? We've got you covered.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 13, 2019405 shares
 

Fitbit is finally fixing one of my biggest Versa 2 complaints

Fitbit OS 4.1 also brings improvements to the always-on display, Sleep Score, and more.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 13, 201984 shares
 

With the upcoming Motorola Razr phone, foldable form factors are taking shape

I have a confession: I know foldables are the future, but I'm not totally sold on them yet.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 12, 201973 shares
 

Fitbit vs Garmin: Which ecosystem is right for you?

Fitbit vs Garmin: a battle between two fitness giants that’s been debated for quite some time.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 10, 20194263 shares
 

We asked, you told us: Apparently you all really like your custom ringtones

Custom ringtones used to be extremely popular, and apparently a lot of AA readers still use them.
Jimmy WestenbergNovember 9, 2019118 shares
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