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When Apple’s first wearable was released in 2014, I was skeptical but willing to give it a whirl. I bought one and enjoyed it for a few months, but then it started to affect my mental health in ways I never expected. via Pocket
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7 hours ago by keithprime
Google Home Hub Review: Useful and just plain cute - 9to5Google
The Google Home Hub is the fourth addition to the Google Home family, and it marks the launch of the first Google-made Smart Display and the company’s first proper competitor to the Amazon Echo Show. via Pocket
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8 hours ago by keithprime
Why New York Has So Many Empty Storefronts - The Atlantic
These days, walking through parts of Manhattan feels like occupying two worlds at the same time. In a theoretical universe, you are standing in the nation’s capital of business, commerce, and culture. via Pocket
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8 hours ago by keithprime
The American Economy Is Rigged - Scientific American
Americans are used to thinking that their nation is special. In many ways, it is: the U.S. has by far the most Nobel Prize winners, the largest defense expenditures (almost equal to the next 10 or so countries put together) and the most billionaires (twice as many as China, the closest competitor). via Pocket
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8 hours ago by keithprime
Google Home Hub review: the best digital photo frame - The Verge
According to Google Photos, I have 8,536 photos of my two daughters stretching back to the day my eldest was born. via Pocket
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9 hours ago by keithprime
Did I Make a Mistake Selling Del.icio.us to Yahoo?
Joshua Schachter’s groundbreaking social-bookmarking site Del.icio.us, founded in 2003, popularized the idea of “tags” — organizing bookmarks by appending just a word or two. At its height, Del.icio.us was the toast of budding social sites known as Web 2. via Pocket
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23 hours ago by keithprime
Is your Google Pixel 3 not saving every photo? | Android Central
The Google Pixel 3 hasn't been saving some photos, and that's not a bug you should be seeing on a $800 phone. I've also had a few photos just not save after taking them, which may be frame buffer issues but may just be bugs. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
Android’s new multitasking is terrible and should be changed back - The Verge
I’ve been using the Google Pixel 3 XL since its launch two weeks ago, and I wholeheartedly agree with our review’s conclusion that the Pixel 3 offers the best Android experience right now. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
I Think About This a Lot: The Bagel Scene on The Leftovers
I Think About This a Lot is a series dedicated to private memes: images, videos, and other random trivia we are doomed to play forever on loop in our minds. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
Should you buy the Google Pixel 3? | Android Central
Best answer: Most likely, yes! Unless you just got a new phone or you already have a Pixel 2, the Pixel 3 is one of the best Android phones around and is well worth picking up. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
Telegram X adds support for Android Pie, new languages, and more
Back in January, secure messaging app Telegram acquired an alternative client based on its own database library. Since then, it's rebranded the app from Challegram to Telegram X, and made it a testing ground for experimental features. An extremely fruitful testing ground. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
How WhatsApp is undermining Facebook’s war on election interference - The Verge
The Interface is a daily column about the intersection of social media and democracy. Subscribe to the newsletter here. About a month ago, the New York Times revealed the existence of a conference room inside of Facebook devoted to fighting election interference. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
Jason Kottke — Twenty Years of kottke.org
Craig Mod: You’re listening to On Margins. I’m Craig Mod, and this is Episode Five. Kottke.org is a website. It is not an app. It is not a product. It is simply a static website updated daily, running some rickety, old blogging software. via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
Moment's Anamorphic lens provides epic looks
When Moment announced an anamorphic lens, it really caught my attention. After all, the film Tangerine was shot on an iPhone 5S using an anamorphic lens from Moondog Labs, so I was excited to try my hand at a more cinematic look. But what is an anamorphic lens? And why does it look so weird? via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
Why your brand-new smartphone will scratch just as easily as your old one - The Verge
Every year, your favorite smartphone gets better specs that boost its processing speed, data security, and picture quality. But one remaining constant is scratch resistance, which does not seem to have improved year over year. via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
How China rips off the iPhone and reinvents Android - The Verge
2018 will go down as the year when it became impossible to ignore the increasing advancements of Chinese smartphone hardware, from superlative camera arrays and super-speed charging to in-display fingerprint scanners and creative ways to stretch the display across as much of the front of the phon via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Google could finally face serious competition for Android - The Verge
The fact alone that Google will start charging in Europe for what one could fairly call “parts of” Android is in itself huge news. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Best Android Phones in 2018 | Android Central
The Samsung Galaxy S9+ builds on years of Samsung's excellence. It starts with a gorgeously sculpted metal and glass body that's waterproof, with features like dual speakers, a headphone jack and an SD card slot. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Is the Pixel 3 too small of a smartphone? | Android Central
Similar to that past two Pixel lineups, this year's Pixel 3 series consists of both an XL and regular model. You'll find nearly identical specs across the board, save for a difference in battery capacity and screen size. The Pixel 3 XL ships with a 6.3-inch display whereas the Pixel 3 has a 5. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
How I Use Android: Google Keep product manager Mario Anima | Computerworld
Google Keep is a great tool for managing all sorts of notes and lists -- especially if simplicity, universal access, and tight integration with Google services are priorities for you. I've used it on and off for years myself, and lately, it's become a core part of my mobile tech setup. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Microsoft is beating Apple at its own design game — Quartz
At a small event in New York on Tuesday (Oct. 2), Microsoft unveiled a range of new devices that, at first blush, seem like solid refinements on critically acclaimed products. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
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Last year, I bought a piece of what Apple was calling the future. It felt half-baked. Apple announced the iPhone X in grand style last September, at its brand-new campus in a theater named after its late founder, Steve Jobs. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel USB-C earbuds review: more than okay Google - The Verge
Unmentioned during Google’s big hardware event this month was the introduction of a new member of the Pixel Buds family of earphones, the Pixel USB-C earbuds. Bundled in the box with the new Pixel 3 devices or available as a $30 purchase, they’re unglamorous and uncomplicated. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Jamie Melzer’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? I wake up naturally between 7:00-7:30am, after a good nine hours of sleep. Uncoincidentally, this is when my three year old wakes up as well. Historically, early alarms and I have not gotten along so well. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Why Google’s Pixel phones matter - The Verge
When the original Pixel was unveiled by Google in October 2016, many questioned why the Mountain View company was entering the business of designing, building, and selling phones. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Google’s Pixel 3 has a pretty serious design problem that no one’s talking about – BGR
We published our full in-depth review of Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagship smartphones on Monday, and we got a ton of great feedback via email. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Pixel 2 vs Pixel 3: Should you upgrade? – TechCrunch
If you’re considering making the jump to Google’s newly announced Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, you’re in the right place. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 Review: I Just, Like It – Droid Life
Alright, it’s Pixel 3 review time. Oh, and this is only a Pixel 3 review. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Pixel 3 XL review—Google software deserves better than this hardware | Ars Technica
The Pixel 3 has been one of the wildest product launches in recent memory. The leaks arrived early and continuously, starting with the screen protector leak all the way back in May. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 XL Review & Rating | PCMag.com
For once bigger isn't better. The Google Pixel 3 XL is the 6.3-inch phablet-sized version of Google's new flagship phone. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL Review: Third time's a charm [Video] - 9to5Google
The Google Pixel is back for its third year, and I’ll cut to the chase: Google has basically nailed these phones in every regard, save for a few subjective caveats you already know about. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 review: Fewer features make incredible phones | Android Central
It's true: Google's new Pixel phones aren't all that different from its last Pixel phones. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 XL review – TechCrunch
The smartphone arms race isn’t always pretty. The knock-down, drag-out fight between Apple and Samsung in particular has given rise to some nasty lawsuits and wincing commercials year in and out as the two companies invest millions in outdoing one another. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Review: Software Is Eating Your Phone | WIRED
I’ve been using the Google Pixel 3 over the past week, and the number one question people have asked me about it is whether they should ditch their iPhone for one. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The Google Pixel 3 Is A Very Good Phone. But Maybe Phones Have Gone Too Far
We are captives to our phones, they are having a deleterious effect on society, and no one is coming to help us. On the upside, this is a great phone. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL review: the best camera gets a better phone - The Verge
When Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh introduced the Pixel 3 last week, he didn’t utter the word “Android” a single time. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are Google phones. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 review: improving on incredible - Charged
It feels like I just switched to the Pixel 2, but a year’s already flown by: Google unveiled its Pixel 3 in New York City last week, and if I’m honest, I wasn’t expecting to care much about this year’s devices. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Google’s most revolutionary feature in years is now available on all Assistant-enabled headphones – BGR
Google is devoting a tremendous amount of resources into expanding its lineup of devices and truly becoming a hardware company. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
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There have been two main changes in dietary habits from the 1970s (before the obesity epidemic) until today. First, there was the change is what we were recommended to eat. Prior to 1970, there was no official government sanctioned dietary advice. You ate what your mother told you to eat. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
I'm pretty sure Google is breaking up with me | Android Central
Last week one of my friends sent me a screenshot of her Facebook "On This Day" feed where I was trying to get everyone to leave Facebook for Google+. She had her laugh, and so did I, but I found myself still thinking about it a couple of days later. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 XL vs. Google Pixel 2 XL: Should you upgrade? | Android Central
Google refreshed its hardware and jumped to a 6.3-inch, 18.5:9 display — but it's not all about size, the display is dramatically better as well. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 vs. Google Pixel 3 XL: Which should you buy? | Android Central
It's a relatively small phone, but the Pixel 3 has all of the same features and power of the larger 3 XL. The 5.5-inch 18:9 display looks great, and makes the phone compact enough for anyone to use with one hand. The only potential downside here is a smaller-than-average 2915mAh battery. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Pixel 3 first impressions: Probably the best "small" smartphone in years
The first Google Pixel - the small one - was basically a downsized carbon copy of its larger sibling. Price aside, it was what phone enthusiasts had been demanding from Google for years - a smaller smartphone that wasn't compromised relative to the bigger device that came alongside it. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Which Pixel 3 Features are Coming to Older Pixel Phones? – Droid Life
During yesterday’s Made by Google event, the company announced phones that we knew everything about on a hardware front. What we didn’t know was how Google would try to differentiate their new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones from the market through software. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Android: The word Google didn't say during the Pixel 3 event - 9to5Google
Android is the world’s most ubiquitous OS and one of the most important parts of Google’s business. But it’s becoming clearer that the company no longer wants to word associated with its phones. The latest evidence is in the transcript for its event this week in New York City. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Kara Swisher on the worst and best bosses she’s ever had.
Executive Time is Slate’s pop-up blog about bosses. This as-told-to essay has been transcribed and edited for clarity from a conversation with Laura Bennett. I’m not a good employee. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Pocket redesigns its mobile apps to emphasize listening - The Verge
Pocket, which lets you save articles and videos to your devices to view later, is rolling out a redesign today with a new emphasis on listening to the items you save. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Life among the last Google+ users - The Verge
This week, Google announced that Google Plus — its attempt to best Facebook and Twitter at social networking — will go quietly into that good night next August. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL first impressions: Sheer delight - 9to5Google
Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have finally arrived, and there’s not much to be surprised about in terms of specs on paper. All the leaks were spot-on. There’s no Pixel Ultra. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Google failed to justify the Pixel 3 XL’s massive notch - The Verge
Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL arrived yesterday without too much fanfare. After all, the devices leaked pretty much in entirety over the course of the last two months, leaving little to the imagination when Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh came on stage. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
at-work-editions
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, tweeted out a note this afternoon that he had written to his Square colleagues about his CFO, Sarah Friar, who is leaving the company to become the CEO of Nextdoor. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Suzanne Gibbs Howard’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? During the week, I wake up some time between 6:00 and 7:00am, and as late as possible on weekends. I don’t like to see the hours before 6:00am, so if I need to wake up before then, I lie to myself and set my clock forward and still set my wake up time at 6:00am. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
The Pixel Slate: first look at Google’s new tablet - The Verge
iGoogle is finally ready to get back into tablets, only this time it’s with an operating system that’s up to the task. The Google Pixel Slate it announced today will run Chrome OS, which has matured enough over the past few years to work better on tablets. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
The Pixel 3's Camera Proves Software Is the Only Smartphone Innovation That Matters - Motherboard
In New York City today, Google unveiled the next big refresh of its devices, from a new convertible laptop to an all-encompassing Home Hub, and a pair of Pixel 3 smartphones. The underlying narrative: We’ve bet big on software, and it’s starting to pay dividends. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
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You might have known a bit, but you hadn’t seen it all. At an event in downtown Manhattan today (Oct. 9), Google hosted its now-annual hardware event, unveiling a slew of new gadgets intended to compete with the likes of Apple and Microsoft. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
How the Finnish lifestyle of getting drunk while wearing pants became the new hygge | Life and style | The Guardian
It’s been a long day: one meeting after another. You leave your office, happy the working day is finally over. You could head out, network until the early hours, but somehow it doesn’t appeal. What you need, more than anything, is to relax and de-stress. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
How Google Pixel 3's Camera Works Wonders With Just One Rear Lens | WIRED
When Samsung revealed the Galaxy Note 9 back in August, it showed off new AI-powered camera features, like flaw detection and a scene optimizer to tune the exposure and color of a shot before you’ve captured it. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
Want to live for ever? Flush out your zombie cells | Science | The Guardian
In a lab just south of San Francisco I am looking at two blown-up images of microscope slides on a computer screen, side by side. The slides are the same cross-sections of mouse knees from a six-month-old and an 18-month-old animal. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
How to Write About a Vanishing World | The New Yorker
On a stormy night in 1987, an American herpetologist named Marty Crump was getting ready for bed when she heard a tapping at her door. This was in the mountains of northwest Costa Rica, where evening callers were rare. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
The world has just over a decade to get climate change under control, U.N. scientists say - The Washington Post
The world stands on the brink of failure when it comes to holding global warming to moderate levels, and nations will need to take “unprecedented” actions to cut their carbon emissions over the next decade, according to a landmark report by the top scientific body studying climate change. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
Exclusive: Google Pixel 3 camera brings AI 'Top Shot,' Google Clips-like 'Photobooth', more - 9to5Google
While the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have thoroughly leaked, Made by Google has repeatedly teased that there is more to “know. via Pocket
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13 days ago by keithprime
Philip Rivers' new ride allows him to stay home - The San Diego Union-Tribune
As the 73 toll road turned into Interstate 5 and San Juan Capistrano and then San Clemente sped by unseen, Philip Rivers and Kellen Clemens watched tape of the Denver Broncos defense and then a little of the San Francisco 49ers defense. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 2, one year later review: Ancient-looking powerhouse | Android Central
Google's Pixel 3 series is nearly upon us, and when the new phones are announced on Tuesday, they'll be replacing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL from last year. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
Anton Chekhov’s 6 Rules for a Great Story – Brain Pickings
Kurt Vonnegut offered in the first of his 8 tips for writing a good story. “A good story and a well-formed argument are different natural kinds,” the pioneering Harvard psychologist Jerome Bruner observed in his essay on what makes a great story. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
Parents' smartphone use around children has a negative effect on kids
Back in May, we told you about a pair of studies which suggested parents’ smartphone use distracts them from connecting with their children. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
Google app 8.24 preps default 'Notes and Lists' app, Assistant Households [APK Insight] - 9to5Google
The latest version of the Google app is rolling out to the beta channel this evening. It continues work on a number of features including Assistant Households, setting a default Notes and Lists app, Google Lens, and much more. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 2 XL, one year later review: The most consistent flagship | Android Central
The Pixel 2 phones were announced close to a year ago, with few substantial changes from the 2016 Pixels. Despite some early teething issues with the Pixel 2 XL's screen, the phones have proven to be solid choices for anyone buying a phone in most of 2018. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
The Inexplicably Fascinating Japanese Art of Being Useless
“Not always useful, but not altogether useless” is the mantra behind Chindōgu, a Japanese art form that calls for stilettos with built-in umbrellas, noodle bibs for the face, and glue sticks filled with butter (that one we get). via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
Pixel 3 'Top Shot' feature revealed, Home Hub launch date - 9to5Google
As the seemingly never-ending flood of Pixel leaks continues, today we’re getting tidbits regarding a new camera feature. A listing from a retailer’s magazine talks about the Pixel 3 “Top Shot” camera feature, as well as hinting at a Google Home Hub launch date. via Pocket
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16 days ago by keithprime
The Trump Family's Taxes - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Yes, I did all read all 13,000 words of the New York Times’s unbelievable investigative report: Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches From His Father. via Pocket
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17 days ago by keithprime
Microsoft is embracing Android as the mobile version of Windows - The Verge
Microsoft unveiled a bunch of Surface hardware during a press event in New York City last night. While matte black Surfaces, headphones with Cortana, and a new Surface Studio were the highlights of the hardware side, Microsoft unveiled an interesting change to its Windows operating system. via Pocket
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18 days ago by keithprime
John Jantsch’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? I get up between 5:00-5:30am and make a pot of pour-over coffee. via Pocket
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18 days ago by keithprime
A history of HTC's Android designs - Android Authority
Now that the dust has settled, veteran smartphone maker HTC can breathe a bit easier knowing that its latest flagship, the HTC 10, has been officially announced and is about to take its impending charge into the hands of consumers worldwide. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Toys R Us bankruptcy auction canceled, brand set for revival - Polygon
Toys R Us will live to see another day, as its controlling lenders choose to pull out of the bankruptcy auction. The Wall Street Journal reports that Toys R Us’ controlling lenders “intend to the revive business behind the Toys ‘R’ Us and Babies ‘R’ Us brand names. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Kavanaugh's Confirmation Hearing - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
We’re days away from the floor vote to determine whether Brett Kavanaugh will be the newest justice on the Supreme Court, and here’s the best of what I’ve read about last week’s hearing. Professor Rebecca Hamilton, writing for [NYU Law School’s Just Security blog]: Dr. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
How Doug Pederson allowed Chip Kelly to help him win the Super Bowl - Philadelphia Eagles Blog- ESPN
In the most critical moment of Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson took a page out of Chip Kelly's playbook. And why not? It had worked for him so many times throughout the game. via Pocket
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21 days ago by keithprime
A Good Place: An entire free library on your phone | The Outline
Earlier this year, I spent a week rereading every book in the Anastasia Krupnik series by Lois Lowry for the first time since I had last checked them out from my local library sometime in the ’90s. Diving back into The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. via Pocket
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21 days ago by keithprime
What the 'Before' Trilogy Gets Right About Relationships
Most movies about romance lean pretty heavily on idealization. They allow us to escape from reality, to enjoy the magic of falling in love without the messy, boring bits that follow “happily ever after. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
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