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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip vs Motorola Razr: An easy choice

David Imel 2 hours ago 77 shares
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24 hours with the Galaxy Z Flip: Surprised by how much I like it

Eric Zeman February 15, 2020 1180 shares
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Samsung Galaxy S20 hands-on: Out-featuring the competition

Eric Zeman February 11, 2020 780 shares
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: OK cool, but isn’t this a boring use of foldable tech?

Oliver Cragg February 16, 2020 1509 shares
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Google app won’t show search results for ‘What is iMessage?’ Nice one, Google.

Go ahead and try it for yourself, the problem appears to be global and happens on every device.
C. Scott BrownDecember 19, 2019380 shares
 

Dear iPhone users: Please don’t forget that a green bubble is a person.

Many iPhone users are annoyed by green bubbles in their iMessage feed. But it's not just a bubble, it's a human.
C. Scott BrownAugust 24, 20191439 shares
 

Google Allo vs. iMessage: Which one does it best?

The two largest tech giants have proprietary messaging applications with great features. But, which one does it best?
A.J. HartlessJune 14, 2017748 shares
 

Apple may still bring iMessage to Android, eventually

Rumors suggest that Apple may still be deciding whether to bring iMessage to Android, as it's reportedly circulating UI design ideas around the company.
Robert TriggsOctober 26, 20161762 shares
 

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

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about a few excellent new games, a cool new camera app, Tencent buying Supercell, and more!
Joe HindyJune 26, 2016279 shares
 

Wondering why there’s no iMessage for Android? Here are some clues.

Mossberg, writing on The Verge, said he queried a senior Apple executive about the reasons why iMessage is still exclusive to iOS devices. Here are the two reasons.
Bogdan PetrovanJune 17, 2016596 shares
 

PieMessage brings iMessage functionality to Android, with a catch

iMessage will likely never get official Android support, but thanks to the efforts of a dev going by “ bboyairwreck” there is now a pretty cool workaround.
Andrew GrushMay 4, 20161028 shares
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