Tag Archives: Android

Me and My Moto 360 – What do I dislike?

In a previous article I wrote at length about what I like about my Moto 360. I said in that article that I am happy with my Moto 360 and wear it every day. While I am able to list … Continue reading

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Me And My Moto 360 – What do I like?

I’ve been wearing a Moto 360 for a little over six months, so I thought now would be a good time to share some of my experience with using this Android Wear smartwatch. I’ll be writing about the Moto 360 … Continue reading

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User IDs and App Stores

Google recently released Version 4.2 of Android, or as they like to call it, a new “flavor” of Jelly Bean. One of the cool new features in this version of Android is the support for multiple users on a tablet, … Continue reading

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Introducing Near Field Communication (NFC)

Most devices today come with multiple wireless communication capabilities: WiFi and mobile broadband (3G or LTE) for Internet access, and Bluetooth for connecting to peripherals like headsets, keyboards, and mice, and all of these capabilities have existed for many years. … Continue reading

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HP Touchpad Wireless Keyboard Works With The Nexus 7

Disclaimer: I work for HP Enterprise Services and any opinions expressed in this article are my own and not HP’s. After reading an article this evening on how different bluetooth keyboards work with the new Google Nexus 7 I thought … Continue reading

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