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Dropsync Dropbox Sync App for Android Review

Dropsync Dropbox Sync App for Android Review

I used Dropbox to keep some of my files in sync. One of the problems with the Dropbox Android client is that it doesn’t sync from the device back to Dropbox. : rewind sound : Say wha? Dropbox doesn’t sync? Isn’t that the point of Dropbox? Yep. It’s true — you can sync from Dropbox […]

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Print Anywhere From Android Tablets Using the Cloud Print App and Google Cloud Print
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Print Anywhere From Android Tablets Using the Cloud Print App and Google Cloud Print

As I use my tablet and smartphone more and my desktop and laptop computers less, I’ve started doing things I thought I’d never do with a touch device. For example, our Honda Fit broke down a day after the dealer “serviced” it. They demanded proof of insurance before they would tow the car back to […]

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Public Service Announcement: Get Primal EP from Glitch Mob Member Ooah

Public Service Announcement: Get Primal EP from Glitch Mob Member Ooah

Josh “Ooah” Mayer of amazing musical group Glitch Mob has released a four track EP entitled Get Primal. This short and sweet four track EP is very close to Glitch Mob, but not quite as cinematic. I think Ooah (and LoBounce, the EP’s collaborator) sounds more like Glitch Mob meets Knife Party, in itself a […]

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Amazon Fire: First Impressions and Purchase Decision Tree

Amazon Fire: First Impressions and Purchase Decision Tree

Here are my first impressions on the Amazon Kindle Fire. It is great for consuming Amazon video and music. The rest of the device is a complex web of expectations and past experience. If you’ve never owned a tablet or Android device before, have a lot of Amazon content, and want a tablet form factor for less than $200, the Fire may be for you. Everyone else has some tough decisions to make.

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Spotify Initial Impressions

Spotify Initial Impressions

My first impressions about Spotify, the on-demand streaming Internet music service that recently became available in the United States. I also compare it to suggestion engines like Pandora, and if the $10/month for the Premium service is worth your money.

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Amazon MP3 Cloud Player and Android OS App Review

Amazon MP3 Cloud Player and Android OS App Review

Amazon launched Cloud Drive, their personal cloud storage program in March of this year. It offers 5GB of free storage for United States customers, with the option to upgrade to up to a terabyte of storage. I already use an online backup storage service called CrashPlan, so their service wasn’t of interest to me. What […]

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