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Scott Adam Gordon

Scott Adam Gordon is a European correspondent for Android Authority. Follow him on Twitter at the link.

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Staff picks: Here are 6 things Scott Adam Gordon uses every day

Want to learn more about the tech we're into? Here are some of the gadgets Scott Adam Gordon uses every day.
Scott Adam GordonSeptember 15, 201982 shares

How to set up parental controls for Spotify Family

Don't want your children listening to explicit material on Spotify? Here's how to set up parental controls.
Scott Adam GordonSeptember 5, 201931 shares

7 cool Android features you might not know about

Pin a playlist to your home screen, copy text from the recent apps menu, and more with these less-known Android features.
Scott Adam GordonSeptember 1, 2019367 shares

Xiaomi Mi Mix 4: What we want to see

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is tipped for launch next month: here's a rundown of some features we're hoping to see from it.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 24, 2019366 shares

Why it’s hard to buy a bad budget smartphone in 2019

Finding a bad budget Android phone is trickier than ever has been — but why? Join us as we investigate.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 23, 2019367 shares

OnePlus 7 vs OnePlus 6T: Which is right for you?

We take a look at what both phones offer, and how much they cost, to find out which is most worth your money.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 18, 2019270 shares

New Fitbit Versa on the way with built-in Amazon Alexa? (Update: Retail box)

New renders show off an unannounced Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch — find out more here.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 14, 201996 shares

Asus Zenfone 6 has a flip camera and huge battery (Update: US pre-orders open)

The Asus Zenfone 6 can now be pre-ordered via B&H Photo for $499.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 5, 2019179 shares

Snapdragon 855 Galaxy Note 10 could be exclusive to Verizon (Update: Nope)

The previous rumor related to Exynos chipsets in U.S. variants of the Note 10 is not true.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 2, 2019490 shares

13 things you need to know in tech today

Your Apple and Google recordings are safe from human ears, for now, and more things you need to know in tech today.
Scott Adam GordonAugust 2, 201942 shares
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