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Christina Bonnington
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CES starts in just a few days. Here's what to expect from this year's show: http://www.wired.com/2015/01/what-to-expect-ces-2015/
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I wrote about our growing gadget disposal issue, and what we, and manufacturers, need to do to fix it. http://www.wired.com/2014/12/product-design-and-recycling/
As we ditch more and more of our electronics each year, recycling is a growing issue, and manufacturers need to take that into account with product design.
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My review of the Nokia Lumia Icon: a great phone that doesn't quite live up to its name. http://www.wired.com/reviews/2014/02/nokia-lumia-icon/
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Here's the year's best snowboarding gear, tested: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/12/winter-camp-snowboard/ Look at all that powder!
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For most, Touch ID in the iPhone 5s works jut fine. But if you're having problems, it could be you: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/12/touch-id-issues-and-fixes/
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Et tu, Bonnington? Et tu??
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Here's Google's new Nexus 5, and a first look at Android KitKat: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/10/new-nexus/
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Love my N5!  It's speed is ridiculous, the screen is crystal clear, the Google integration makes my life easier as so much is connected.  When setting appointments online, not only does the system automatically sync my Google Calendar, but it sets up my GPS right before the appointment to tell me the best way to drive. I've had literally 20+ apps open at once and had zero performance degradation.   Even the camera is a pleasure to use, which was a big deal for me. I really wanted a phone that not only took quality pictures, but took them quickly. The iPhone camera is the model I base the speed off of. It's crazy how fast you can take SD pictures. The N5's camera isn't quite as "bleeding edge" fast, but it's darn close. It's been a pleasure to use and I'm happy I chose it. In case you're curious, it was between this and the Nokia 925 Windows phone, which had a higher quality camera. The N5 was more affordable, faster and had a decent enough camera, plus since I already had a google account, it made the transition smooth.
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Data from wearables is being used in courtrooms for the first time. Here's why it matters: http://www.wired.com/2014/12/wearables-in-court/ 
In November, data from a wearable was used in a court case for the first time. It's just the beginning.
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The next wave of wearables is here, and guess what? They have braiinnnss http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2014/03/motion-analyzing-wearables/
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Here are 13 fabulous gifts for the fitness fanatic in your life: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/12/fitness-gift-guide/
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+Roberto Baldwin answers all the tech questions and quandaries your family is bound to ask you this holiday season. http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/11/family-tech-faq/
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Christina IT doesn't  APPear as if the data addresses the current technical issue that I am experiencing with twitter.  My password reset link seems to get lost or intercepted  on it's way back to my port.  And I have checked the spam in both my Yahoo and Google accounts.  +Twitter Page Email App 
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