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"Google has lined up partners for today’s launch that include Citrix, SAP, BlackBerry and others on the management side. Samsung, HTC are Motorola are just some of the partners on the device side, with Box, Adobe and Salesforce building apps for the system. Of course, there’s also Google’s own productivity apps."
Thanks to BYOD, many Android users are already using their Android devices for work. Today, Google finally launched its play for businesses and filled in the gaps about its Android ...
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The kid-friendly app will feature shows such as ‘Reading Rainbow’ and ‘Mother Goose Club,’ a report says.
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Square, the mobile payments service found in countless coffee shops across the country, may be working towards becoming less reliant on Apple's products, according to a report from The Information....
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Summary:While Apple may have beaten Android when it comes to sales, when it comes to stability the new Android 5.0 Lollipop beats Apple's iOS 8.
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I was in Whole Foods yesterday and noticed there pay terminal screen had an ApplePay logo next to Visa, Amex, etc. -- but no Google Wallet logo. This is marketing genius on Apple's part! Here are some examples:
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Got the iPhone 6 and absolutely love it, so go Apple Pay! I'm definitely not an Android hater, so offer G Wallet too. Competition only benefits us consumers. 
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The National Security Agency (NSA) and its British equivalent GCHQ hacked into Gemalto, a Dutch sim card manufacturer, stealing encryption keys that allowed them to secretly monitor both voice calls and data of billions of cellphones worldwide
International row likely after revelations of breach that could have given NSA and GCHQ the power to monitor a large portion of world’s cellular communications
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Google's back in the TV space with the Nexus Player, but can it compete with Apple TV?
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let's go for a drive. 🚙🚙
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"Addictive and distracting technology doesn't harm all aspects of your professional life equally. It's still easy to do the quick and dirty tasks—fire off an email, return a phone call, check on the status of a project. But the deep-thinking, long attention span projects become increasingly difficult. And those are the things that tend to be most important."
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Love to see this show come back. 
With some old shows coming back to our screens many fans have been calling for a new Chuck season to happen
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That gave Google's mobile operating system 81 percent of the worldwide market in 2014, compared with 15 percent for Apple's iOS.
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I ate there in February, 2014. The food wasn't bad and the service was good. However, I had digestive issues afterward. I went back to eat there again and asked them what kind of oil they use in a certain dish. They told me vegetable oil. I'm trying to avoid GMOs, so I asked them what kind of vegetable oil. The server went to ask someone in the back. When he came back, he said they don't know what kind of vegetable oil they use. If restaurant management doesn't care enough to know specifically what kind of ingredients they use in their food, I'm not interested in eating there. I ate elsewhere.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I ate there once, in February 2014, and the food wasn't bad and the service was good. However, I had digestive issues afterward. I went back and asked them what kind of oil they use in a certain dish. They told me vegetable oil. I'm trying to avoid GMOs, so I asked them what kind of vegetable oil. The server went to ask someone in the back. When he came back, he said they don't know what kind of vegetable oil they use. If restaurant management doesn't care enough to know specifically what kind of ingredients they use in their food, I'm not interested in eating there. I ate elsewhere.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I'm usually a thick-crust fan, but the thin crust at Mod is delicious (even the gluten free crust is quite good). I really like the "Mega" option which doubles the crust. The red sauce is not fantastic, but the white sauce is delectable. It's great that you get as many toppings as you want (even extra cheese) for no extra charge. The service is really good. I'm especially impressed with Lauryl. She's very friendly, remembers the details, and takes excellent care of us everytime we come in. Thumbs up!!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I ate here in February, 2014. Because I'm trying to avoid GMOs, I asked them what kind of oil they use in a certain dish. They told me vegetable oil. I asked them what kind of vegetable oil. The server went to ask someone in the back. She came back and said they don't know what kind of vegetable oil they use. If restaurant management doesn't care enough to know specifically what kind of ingredients they use in their food, I'm not interested in eating there.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Compared to other burger joints, the taste of these burgers are 2nd to none. I have a vegetarian friend who occasionally cheats because Killer Burgers are so good. These are awesome burgers. On the negative side, the downtown store is not as clean as the Vancouver store. Also, some of the employees look like they haven't showered in a couple of days. This combination doesn't leave the best impression regarding the sanitary condition of the food. Also, KB is pretty low tech. As a busy professional, I call my order in ahead because this location is usually packed and the food takes a while to cook. Five Guys has an Android app that lets you order in advance, pay from your phone, and pick up the order with no need to wait in line to pay (now that's efficient). Five Guys rocks this! I wish KB had a similar app. Still, I prefer KB burgers and fries over Five Guys. One inconsistency is the downtown store takes Amex, but the Vancouver store does not -- odd.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Bridge City Cafe was closed for Columbus Day, and I was in the mood for a cookie. I gave Cookie Cabana a try. I purchased two cookies -- a glazed sugar cookie and a chocolate chip cookie. They were not good. I took a couple of bites of each and threw them away. This review is only about their cookies. I have not tried any of their other food.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This is a small, family-run business, run by an older couple and their daughter. The daughter is very knowledgeable and helpful. The facility is not much to look at, but they do good work.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago