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Tim Cook Calls the Surface Book “Deluded”, Apple Music on Android, and More

Here’s my favorite mobile tech news articles I found today. My quick thoughts on each are below and you can click the via link to read the entire article. Tim Cook Calls the Surface Book Deluded Sounds to me like […]

Nexus 5X

Google Begins Shipping the Nexus 5X

For anyone that pre-ordered the Nexus 5X on the first day of the announcement, you’re device might be on its way. People are reporting that they are getting shipping notifications on their Nexus 5X orders that they purchased from the Google […]

How to Easily Watch Netflix with Your Friends Remotely

Watching Netflix with friends is always a good time. But what if your best bud, or boyfriend, or girlfriend, or sibling, or grandma, or whoever, is all the way across the country, or even the world? How are you supposed […]

Android 6.0

How to Get Android 6.0 on Your Nexus Device Right Now (Video)

Android 6.0 aka Marshmallow was finally announced at Google I/O last week and now, as per the usual, it’s available as a flushable image on Google’s website for all their Nexus devices. Essentially there are two ways to upgrade your […]

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All You Need to Know: Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, New Chromecast, Pixel C & More

With all the leaks coming out about the new Nexus devices, you’d be pressed to wonder what else could possibly be left to know. Well, plenty it seems. But instead of droning, like some publications on where this “financially puts […]

Everything You Need to Know About Google’s OnHub

Recently, Google announced it’s most recent tech innovation –Google OnHub. But this time the newest must-have device isn’t a new phone, or app, or other such spotlight-hogging device. Nope, it’s a router. The backstage run-crew of your technology dependent life. […]

Android Marshmallow’s Best New Features

Calling all campers, backpackers, and sweet-tooths! Gather round the campfire for story time, and let me tell you a tale that has yet to unfold. Google’s anticipated Android M has been officially announced as… drum roll please… Android 6.0 Marshmallow. […]

Comparison Between Cortana, Siri, & Google Now

Siri first introduced us to the world of technological personal assistants, and all of our collective minds were blown. Hell yeah, I wanna talk to my phone! However, Google soon gave Apple a run for its money by introducing Google […]

Project Brillo is Google’s New OS for Internet of Things

Just announced at Google’s I/O conference, Project Brillo is Google’s latest OS. Presenter and Senior VP, Sundar Picha was scant on specifics about the OS, but he imparted the basic concept of how it’ll work and why we should look […]

Google Photos Brings Visual Search, Free Unlimited Storage

Skynet Google is pretty smart. They must recognize the compulsory human need to visually capture all major/minor kodak moments in life, and the resulting, incrementally ballooning data swell in the average person’s photo library. In response to this burgeoning data crisis, we now have Google Photos: a free […]

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How to Sync Google Apps for Work Calendar, Contacts, & Mail on an iPhone Using Push

Friend of mine recently registered her new bar’s website domain name and naturally, asked the nerdy guy who runs a tech site to help. After registering her domain for her (yes, all I essentially did was push Add to Cart for […]