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The iPhone 6 Plus Wins The Longer Race

iphone-6-plus-front-landscape-hand Apple’s new iPhones have been available for around a month now, and something interesting has happened with this generation: I’m forced to revisit my original reviews and change my initial impression based on later experience. After further testing of the two devices, I find the iPhone 6 Plus has become my smartphone of choice, as a surprising first choice over the iPhone 6. The 6… Read More

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The iPhone 6 Plus Wins The Longer Race

iphone-6-plus-front-landscape-hand Apple’s new iPhones have been available for around a month now, and something interesting has happened with this generation: I’m forced to revisit my original reviews and change my initial impression based on later experience. After further testing of the two devices, I find the iPhone 6 Plus has become my smartphone of choice, as a surprising first choice over the iPhone 6. The 6… Read More

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The iPhone 6 Plus Wins The Longer Race

iphone-6-plus-front-landscape-hand Apple’s new iPhones have been available for around a month now, and something interesting has happened with this generation: I’m forced to revisit my original reviews and change my initial impression based on later experience. After further testing of the two devices, I find the iPhone 6 Plus has become my smartphone of choice, as a surprising first choice over the iPhone 6. The 6… Read More

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The iPhone 6 Plus Wins The Longer Race

iphone-6-plus-front-landscape-hand Apple’s new iPhones have been available for around a month now, and something interesting has happened with this generation: I’m forced to revisit my original reviews and change my initial impression based on later experience. After further testing of the two devices, I find the iPhone 6 Plus has become my smartphone of choice, as a surprising first choice over the iPhone 6. The 6… Read More

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Strava Run fitness app taps iPhone 5s motion co-processor for longer battery life

DNP Strava fitness app updated with iPhone 5S motion coprocessor support, improved battery use

If you were placing bets on when the first app using the iPhone 5SM7 motion co-processor would arrive, it’s time to cash in. Strava Run, the fitness application that lets you score your suffering (no, really), was recently updated to include auto-pause that relies on Apple’s new silicon, allowing a time-out on your activity when it senses you aren’t moving. The application also uses less juice now, which should make your iPhone a little more prepared for a marathon. You, on the other hand, may need to recharge somewhere during those 26.2 miles.

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Google Glass no longer requires tethering plan for smartphone data sharing

Google Glass no longer requires tethering plan for smartphone data sharing

An Explorer Edition of Glass is already a pricey piece of tech, and smartphone tethering plans required to give it a mobile Internet connection have only made ownership that much more expensive. However, there’s good news for Google’s guinea pigs: the latest update to the headgear quietly implemented a way around the additional monthly fees. With XE9 loaded onto headsets, the companion Android app pipes data to and from the hardware, bypassing both the smartphone’s Bluetooth tethering settings and extra plan previously needed from some carriers. To match the change, the application’s notification icon sports two arrows to signify the flow of info. We doubt telcos will be fazed by this development for now, but we don’t know if that’ll hold once Glass arrives on shelves and hits the streets en masse. We’ve contacted Google to find out if the feature will make it to retail units.

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XBOX ONE Kinect NO LONGER MANDATORY – XBOX 180 Yet Again!

Just recently Microsoft released a statement talking about their new console the Xbox One. The statement was basically about the Kinect 2.0 and how it is now…
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How can I make my Droid 2 battery last longer?

Question by Tiffany: How can I make my Droid 2 battery last longer?
I just got the Droid 2 and the battery sucks!
It is dead as soon as I get out of school and I charge it all night and morning.
I have the App Killer, an Anti Virus, the brightness is turned all the way down, and the WiFi is turned off.
Is there anything else I can do?
Thank you!

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Answer by albundy38
Here are a few thoughts:
I got rid of the app killer. It may be useless. Go to windows menu and close your internet windows when done.
Antivirus app may just be malware.
Don’t cook your battery on the charger. I think it charges in a couple hours.
Turn off screen with power button as soon as you are done.
The internet sucks battery life fast and droids aren’t known for battery life.
Use it till it shuts off. See how long it really works.
Go to battery manager see what is using the power.
Go to the running services and shut them off.

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Lenovo exec: there’s no longer a need for Windows RT

Lenovo executive hints that Windows RT is out of the game

We’re at Lenovo’s 2013 press conference, and during the Q&A session, the company’s executives offered a hint as to their lack of plans for Windows RT devices. When quizzed on Microsoft’s moribund operating system, Australian marketing chief Nick Reynolds said that Intel’s Haswell has eliminated the choice between long battery life and good performance. Since, consequently, users can run full-fat Windows 8 and get a full day of use from a single charge, there’s not much call for a low-power version. To us, at least, it seems like it’s not too far away from them saying that we won’t see a follow-up to last year’s RT-running Yoga 11, but we’ll check with our Magic 8 ball just to be sure.

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This is the Modem World: Movies are no longer fun now that I know everything

Each week Joshua Fruhlinger contributes This is the Modem World, a column dedicated to exploring the culture of consumer technology.

DNP This is the Modem World Movies are no longer fun now that I know everything

My mom loves to tell the story about the first time I ever saw Star Wars.

“He was 6 years old,” she tells anyone within earshot. “Barely able to see over the seat in front of him, grasping a popcorn in one hand, soda in the other. It was the only time I ever let him drink soda,” she lies to assuage any doubts about her parenting abilities.

“Then the words come up, the ones that disappear into space. And the John Williams music. Joshua’s mouth drops open. He then clutched the popcorn and soda and didn’t touch them for the next two hours. He was lost in another world.”

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