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Mobile enthusiast and author

Exchange Did Not Think My Nexus 9 Was Encrypted

Google recently upgraded Gmail for Android so that it now not only works with Gmail but also with POP/IMAP and Exchange. Last night I configured Gmail on my Nexus 9 to work with an Exchange server that enforces a security … Continue reading

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Wearing Android Is A Drain

I got a Moto 360 for Christmas, and while I am happy with the watch’s functionality, I’ve been struggling to manage battery life. Unlike Android smartphones, Android Wear does not include what I consider to be robust battery monitoring tools. … Continue reading

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The Nexus 9 Is Great, But Lollipop Is A Tad Sour

Once the Nexus 9 began to ship, I read all the reviews written, and the consensus has been that the hardware build quality did not meet the expectations for a tablet at its $399 price. The reviewers were comparing the … Continue reading

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What Tablet Should You Buy?

Hi, I am Frank, and I am the designated geek. You know, the type of person who you and your friends seek out on all matters technical. At this time of the year designated geeks get asked for recommendations for … Continue reading

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Why I Bought The Google Nexus 9

I’ve purchased the white, 32 GB, version of the Nexus 9 tablet, which will become my daily driver, replacing the Galaxy Note 8. The Nexus 9 will also replace the 2012 Nexus 7 that I have mainly to test updates … Continue reading

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