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The Nexus Q gets a bad rap, but is everyone in tech missing the point? [Opinion]

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The reviews of the Nexus Q have poured in since Google announced its new media-streaming device, and the word isn’t very favorable. The general consensus seems to be that the Q, while good looking and a so…

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Tablets

Cheap tablets: how much can we really expect from a $100 device?

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A tablet is a plaything and a third screen. Maybe even fourth. So why should a device that is rarely used as a primary means of entertainment or productivity cost as much as a laptop that can do so much more or a phone…

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Android Fragmentation is so last year. Processor fragmentation is the real issue [OPINION]

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Everyone discussing Android OS fragmentation should take a seat. You’ve have had more than a year to discuss the differences among Donuts and Froyo ad nauseam. The new source of headache for developers…

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Facebook Mobile: All our base are belong to them [OPINION]

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Android users have long been able to merge their Facebook and Google contacts, a genius way to quickly get phone numbers, emails, and photo ID’s when available. But that privilege has been stripped from…

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Carriers

Verizon WILL introduce tiered data. Here’s why it does and does not make sense.

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Verizon has been hinting for months that it would switch to tiered data plans, most likely to come when the carrier introduced LTE next year. But rumors are circulating that they could introduce data plans as ea…

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Android fragmentation is here to stay – deal with it. [OPINION]

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Android fragmentation is here to stay – deal with it. [OPINION]

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Android fragmentation is here to stay – deal with it. I had to include that statement twice just to make sure people recognize this predicament. No matter how much we complain or shake our fists at Google and the O…

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