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iPhone 6, 6 Plus owners using iPads less, Pocket’s data suggests -
Google’s expensive Nexus 9 Bluetooth keyboard is finally in stock -
Smart move: Sony plans stylish, e-paper smartwatch band for 2015 -
Screen rotation missing in Android 5.0? Here’s where it’s hidden -
Sony Xperia Z4 specs leak, suggest modest improvements -
Sonim XP7: A rugged phone handles everything you can throw at it -
Report: Samsung pulling the plug on ChatOn messaging service -
Got a Verizon Moto X 2014 edition? Android 5.0 is ready for you -
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Here’s how to add tap-to-wake on your Nexus 6 -
Big iPhones likely to bring Apple’s biggest, best sales quarter -
How one Chrome setting alters the Android 5.0 user experience -
Mobile recap: Nokia N1 tablet; Nexus 6 updated; Apple Watch apps -
Yes, the Nexus 6 is a great phone, but I’m buying a Moto X 2014 -
Google offers 1 TB of Drive storage with Chromebooks this holiday -
Pebble smartwatches just got pushier (in a good way) for Android -
Google posts Nexus 6 factory image with newer software build -
Chrome Show: When I’m 64 (bit, that is) -
How good wearable design can actually reduce tech distractions -
Developers, start your engines: Android Auto APIs arrive -
Google’s material design explained: Continuity of experience -
Fleksy’s mobile keyboard sets a new speed record on iPhone 6 Plus -
Blurred lines: Intel to combine tablet, phone and PC chip groups -
Battle of the $199 laptops: Windows vs. Chromebooks -
Mobile this week: Nexus 6 review; Nexus 5 runs great on Lollipop -
If buyers avoid the iPhone 6 Plus, is that bad for the Nexus 6? -
Microsoft begins Skype for Web beta but still requires a plug-in -
Preheat your oven: Drop’s smart scale and iPad app are here -
Re: Skype for Web brings plugin-free instant messaging directly to your browser, video and voice to follow -
"Actually, this version isn't plug-in free. Buried in the blog post from Skype is this: "...Skype and our friends at Internet Explorer are starting to implement the technology to make Real-Time Communications (RTC) on the web a reality, but for now, before your first call, you’ll need to install a small plug-in to start your conversation. In the future, using Skype on the web will become even easier and convenient."" - Kevin C. Tofel
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