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Andrew Martonik
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Sup, San Francisco?
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Yeah, I just went to his profile and he deleted the crappy 320x151 version and reuploaded in UHD. Looks a lot better but still looks almost identical to this one. Same location?
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Rain means no hordes of tourists getting in your way for photos.
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Lol I was there for new years. Love seattle!
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A very interesting balance between having a watch that actually looks like a watch and one that has a little intelligence to it.
The Fossil Q54 Pilot isn't designed to unseat the leading all-screen smartwatches out there, but it definitely has a shot to win over a group of people who want to stick with an analog watch but still want some smarts.
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Using a plastic card to get into your hotel room isn't that hard. Getting to bypass the check-in desk would be great, but I'd love to have a proved plastic room key in the room when I get there.
 
The little plastic keys aren't going away any time soon (and maybe they shouldn't), but digital keys definitely have a future for hotels. The process is the same. Every day, all over the world. Schlep from the airport to the hotel. Stumble to the front desk. Produce ID and credit card. Retrieve…
I, future boy, used my smartphone as my hotel room key. It didn't quite change my life, but it'll be a cool option to have.
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Had a lot of fun reviewing some new fitness stuff from Under Armour and HTC. Never was one to bother with this kind of gear before, but I'm started to get into it.
Under Armour is getting into connected fitness in a big way, and the $400 HealthBox shows its intentions to jump right into the top-end of the market.
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$90 for a Chromebook. Geez.
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This would be great for a 6 year old like my daughter. She only uses YouTube kids, pbs, Nick Jr, and learning apps on her tablet and this could teach her to type and introduce her to the laptop form factor. Plus it cost less than replacing her tablet.
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Three months with the Nexus 5X, and all we have to show for it is disappointment. One Nexus phone purchase I can say I regret at this point.
Plenty of folks bought the Nexus 5X, including several of us here at _Android Central_, and now after three months with the phone in our hands it's time to reflect a bit and see how we're getting on with the phone.
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Mi wife has been using it for two months, and she cannot be happier. She doesn't use it as hard as I use my N6P. Apart from stock apps, she installed Facebook and that's it. Browsing, social networking, camera, etc. So, it depends of the user. Her N5X is as smooth as always.
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A smartwatch that doesn't look like a smartwatch. Excited about this one.
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The second (smaller) part of Under Armour's new connected fitness play is headphones, put together with a partnership from JBL. The Headphones Wireless are pretty darn nice from a fitness perspective, but they're pricey and won't really work as daily use headphones. The price you pay for having a focused product.
Under Armour has partnered with JBL to make some really slick fitness-focused wireless headphones, and though they're pricey they bring the right stuff to the table for a fitness-focused buyer.
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