Tagline : WWU Economics graduate. http://AndroidCentral.com writer. I talk about phones, Android and the wireless industry as a whole.

Gender : male

Work
1. Economics at Western Washington University
2. Business at Emerald Ridge High School
3. Editor at AndroidCentral.com
4. Delivery at Domino's Pizza
5. Sales at Men's Wearhouse

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Have to say the latest Galaxy S6 update has improved a bit of the random lag that I've been experiencing...

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Market meat.
Market meat.
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We love connecting the country, coast to coast. Starting September 16, we’ll offer daily nonstop service...
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With all this USB-C charger talk, I'm reminded of my time reviewing the HP Chromebook 11. It was amazingly...
HP Chromebook 11 review
A Chrome OS laptop with a bundle of great features, marred by a case of performance anxiety Update: A statement from Google and HP confirms that the Chromebook 11 is currently no longer on sale, due to a small number of reports that the charger is overheating during use. We will keep up with this story as the situation develops. There's no shortage of Chrome OS devices out there to...
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The top-end Chromebook Pixel today got a spec bump with the latest 5th-generation Intel Core processors...
Chromebook Pixel updated with latest Intel processors, USB-C ports and charging
The top-end Chromebook Pixel today got a spec bump with the latest 5th-generation Intel Core processors and USB-C ports. The new Chromebook looks a lot like the old, maintaining the same slab styling as its predecessor. But it's still subtly different, measuring nearly 1mm thinner and 0.1 pounds lighter. The display is the same 3:2 ratio 12.85-inch 2450x1700 panel that we loved on...
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Damn Apple Store online pre-order and in-store pickup is great.

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IKEA is also doing standalone Qi chargers in addition to furniture integrated with them. Awesome.
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My Nexus 4 seems incapable of consistently wirelessly charging. It'll take a charge for about 10-15%...

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With 30min to spare, happy 4th of July.

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