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Top 8 Android Tablets (2013 August) (8/16/2013) - We’ve selected the 8 most popular 7-8 inch size Android tablet hits from Amazon and put them in order according to customers’ ratings and the number of customers who rated them. The list includes tablets from 2012 and 2013. We read the feedbacks and our #1 criteria was the popularity and customer satisfaction. If you click […]
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The OnePlus One smartphone is a denim-clad $299 Cyanogen monster (4/23/2014) -

OnePlus, the startup founded by former Oppo VP Pete Lau, has unveiled its first smartphone, the OnePlus One. It's a powerful effort, with a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel f/2 camera unit, and bottom-facing stereo speakers designed with assistance from JBL. It runs a minimalist custom UI atop CyanogenMod, the modified version of Android breaking out as an operating system in its own right.

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Google Play is now selling the Nest thermostat (4/22/2014) -

Google spent a hefty $3.2 billion on Nest back in January, so it only makes sense that the company would want to sell Nest's signature thermostat through its own storefront. And it's doing just that starting today, with the $249.99 Nest Learning Thermostat now listed on Google Play. That's the same price you'd pay Amazon, Best Buy, Apple (yes, it's still selling Nest for now), or Nest itself for the thermostat, so don't expect any savings from Google.

But there's another, nobler reason to order from Mountain View — at least for one day. Since Nest's mission is to help consumers use energy more efficiently, Google is tying its latest store addition to Earth Day. The company has pledged to plant a tree for each and every Nest ordered...

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Google finally combines text and chat conversations in Hangouts (4/21/2014) -

Google is crossing off a major complaint about Hangouts this week: the messaging app will finally merge your SMS and Hangouts conversations.  Users can pick between Hangouts and SMS when sending a given message, but that's it. There's no option to use Hangouts with SMS as a fallback option, which is the approach Apple takes with iMessage.

Google also promises that "different message types will be easy to tell apart in the conversation," but it's not as obvious as the company lets on. Your received messages all look the same, with only a small "via SMS" label below texted replies. Sent messages easier to tell apart with a glance; they're green when you're sending regular Hangouts messages, and white when sent as an SMS message. Users...

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