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Living Life With Windows Phone 7 - A Hands On Look From a Real Owner

Novemeber 8th marked Microsoft's re-emergence in the smartphone space with the debut of Windows Phone 7. Microsoft isn't new to smartphones; their Windows Mobile operating system has been powering phones long before companies like Apple and Google joined the fray. However, somewhere along the lines Microsoft fell behind in modern phone making trends. Windows Mobile just wasn't as attractive to people in post iPhone world.

CES 2013 Provides No Answers to My Tablet Dilemma

From the safe, somewhat chilly confines of my Chicagoland abode, I have been remotely watching the goings-on at CES in sunny Las Vegas. So far, I've seen some pretty sweet gadgets: Window cleaning robots! Nanocoating for cellphones! Roving game balls!

Fascinated By A Phablet: Is The Galaxy Note Better, or Just Bigger?

America's obsession with size, whether large or diminutive, is an ongoing exercise in opposites, a constant battle between "thin is in" and "fat is fabulous." Cliches aside, society's always been obsessed with the mass of virtually anything, from models to fast food portion sizes--and the tech industry is no exception.

OnTrion Samsung OEM Replacement Battery Review

Given the huge variety of electronics devices that use rechargeable batteries, I can't think of a single one that gets more of a workout than the cells in your mobile phone. Day in and day out, the lithium-ion battery in a typical smartphone is always in use, being charged, or keeping the phone humming on standby, ready to spring into action.

Gallavanting with Google: A Mac Guy's Ride With Android (So Far)

Not long ago, I "switched" from an iPhone 4 to a Google/Samsung Nexus S 4G, effectively making the transition from an iOS dominated gadget life to a half and half approach. (I'm too vested in the App Store and I love my iPad 2 as a tablet.)

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