Category: Mobile

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5 best free period-tracking apps for modern women

The number of apps out there for period monitoring are legion, which is as it should be. It’s an important part of health. And it took me shamefully...
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LG’s V30 is almost certainly dropping the second screen, but it’s worth it

LG’s V10 and V20 were defined by their secondary display, but it seems the company is abandoning that trademark feature this time around. Not that i...
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HTC U 11: Honestly, I kind of dig it

Oftentimes, I will brainstorm an outline for an article based on rumors. Sometimes this saves me time because the rumors were correct, and other times...
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Is a stock Android experience a requirement for you anymore?

Back when I was an avid fan of customizing every piece of software that I could on my rooted Android phone, I loved trying out the crazy combinations ...
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Google Assistant’s updates make a big difference

When Apple introduced Siri in the iPhone 4S in 2011, I was enamored with the idea of being able to do things with your phone just by talking to it. I ...
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Are you satisfied with your phone?

A couple of days ago I took my mom out to dinner (yes, it was a late Mother’s Day dinner), and before the food came out she was on her phone tap...
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Has the iPad Mini outgrown its purpose?

The iPad Mini, released in 2012, was a breath of fresh air from its large and clunky older brothers, the iPad and iPad 2. At the time, a smaller and l...
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LTE connectivity is a welcomed addition to the Surface Pro

Earlier today, over in Hong Kong, Microsoft lifted the curtain off its latest and greatest piece of technology: The Surface Pro. That’s right,...
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Among more elaborate gadgets, basic eReaders remain relevant

Owning my first smartphone was an eye-opening experience. Slowly but surely, I was able to get rid of other gadgets I once deemed necessary. My mp3 pl...
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The Samsung Galaxy Feel is the “Galaxy Mini” I’ve been waiting for

Once upon a time, when flagships were getting bigger but consumers weren’t quite sure bigger was necessarily better, somebody came up with the idea ...