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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Nextbit only just launched its Robin smartphone on Kickstarter earlier today, but it has already surpassed...
Nexbit Robin surpasses Kickstarter goal in under 12 hours
Nextbit only just launched its Robin smartphone on Kickstarter earlier today, but it has already surpassed its $500,000 funding goal with a month to go. Robin is the first smartphone out of Nextbit, a new company made up of former Android and HTC alums, that brings a unique take on the smartphone experience. The big thing behind the Nextbit Robin is its focus on the cloud, with the...
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Taking a screenshot on your phone is one of its most basic functions, but the Galaxy Note 5 has a trick...
How to take a screenshot on the Galaxy Note 5
Taking a screenshot on your phone is one of its most basic functions, but the Galaxy Note 5 has a trick up its sleeve that helps it go well beyond a standard one-screen capture. Though you still have two simple ways to take a regular full-screen screenshot to share or keep for yourself, there's also a new option called "scrolling capture" that lets you automatically stitch together...
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We're back from the Samsung events in New York and London, so we'll wrap up everything Galaxy Note 5...
Android Central 249: Samsungpalooza
We're back from the Samsung events in New York and London, so we'll wrap up everything Galaxy Note 5 and GS6 edge+. And Samsung Pay. And that weird keyboard thing. Plus we've got the OnePlus 2 in our hot little hands, we'll check in on the latest with the Stagefright saga, and we answer more of your questions live! Thanks to this week's sponsors: Braintree: A power mobile payments...
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Switching between networks isn't scary, and in fact it's quite useful. Usually when you sign up for ...
What it's like switching between networks (and also Wifi) on Project Fi
Switching between networks isn't scary, and in fact it's quite useful. Usually when you sign up for a phone carrier, you're just getting service from that one carrier. That's not the case with Project Fi, which lets your phone actively switch between both T-Mobile and Sprint. It's a big selling point for the service, and when you add in Wifi calling and texting it looks like quite the...
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The LG G4 isn't for everyone — well, at least it's not for me.
I actually don't like the LG G4 — here's why
Everyone around here seems to be gushing over the LG G4. I dare to have a different view. When LG took the wraps off of its latest G-series flagship, I immediately wanted to get one to put it up against my favorite phone at the time, the Galaxy S6. After being relatively unimpressed by the G3 with its performance issues and lackluster software, LG really had me excited with new...
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Curious about the ZenFone 2? I spent a week with it and I'm super impressed. The camera is good, but...
ASUS ZenFone 2 review
You get a lot for your money with the ZenFone 2, but it won't be enough to lure you away from high-end flagships. The quick take ASUS is offering a good phone with a big screen, better-than-average camera and solid internals that offer great performance. It's doing that while retaining a $299 unlocked price for the highest-end model, and even offering a cheaper option at just $199....
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Successful TV stand build. And I have the bloody knuckles to prove I did it myself...
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I've got the Galaxy S6 edge all set up fully. Going to use it all day tomorrow.

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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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