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Google Photos released as a standalone - While we’ve got Google Plus integration, Picasa if it’s still around, and a Drive option for photos, Google Photos has been released as its own thing, which might surprise some of you that it wasn’t. The deal for free is complete full sized photos up to 16mp, full video to 1080p, higher than that and it uses some proprietary Google Magic to compress the things into slightly more compressed versions that look basically the same to... http://ow.ly/2ZdiiW
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Google Fiber, AT&T’s Gigapower, Comcast Gigabit Pro coming to Nashville http://ow.ly/2Z9jzO
Nashville's about to light up with gigabit fiber offerings. Here're the three major contenders for in-home fiber, and some info on pricing and issues
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First look at WiFi calling on the Google Nexus 6 by Motorola http://ow.ly/2YZSHK
The day we have all been waiting for is finally here: Google and T-Mobile are rolling out the much-anticipated (and much delayed) WiFi calling update for the Google Nexus 6 by Motorola. The OTA software update will bring Android up to version 5.1.1, and the build number to LYZ28E. The update started rolling out yesterday [&hellip
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TYLT RIBBN 4.8amp dual output charger review - The TYLT RIBBN is a flat, three-foot-long ribbon charging cable capable of delivering 2.4 amps to the cable’s end (which is either a Micro USB or Lightning connector,) and additionally delivers up to 2.4 amps to a standard USB connector for a total of 4.8 amps in one little power adapter. The included cable feels like it’s been designed to take some punishment, it’s about five times as wide as my smallest USB cable and abou... http://ow.ly/2YXvHf
The TYTL RIBBN is capable of charging two 2.4amp devices at full speed from a car power adapter. It's tough, fast, overpackaged, and neat.
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Android 5.1.1 is now available for Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and LTE Nexus 7 http://ow.ly/2YUPbi
For a few weeks, the latest version of Android Lollipop (5.1.1) was only available on a few WiFi-only Nexus tablets, like the Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10. Nexus fans who had cellular-enabled devices, including phones, were left out in the cold – until now. Yesterday, Google began posting factory images for Android 5.1.1 for [&hellip
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iPhone messaging bug causes phones to shut down - According to The Guardian, sending a certain message to any iPhone will cause the recipient’s phone to shut down and reboot. The issue appears to be a glitch in the mobile OS and only occurs when a unicode text message is displayed as a banner alert. When the message is too long to display, the system attempts to abbreviate the message with an ellipsis, and if that is placed in the middle of a set of non-Latin script cha... http://ow.ly/2ZatmZ
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Two months with the Surface Pro 3 - I was loaned a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 for an experiment. This was to report on a piece of software designed for tablets, the Surface Pro 3 being the primary tablet the software was going to be targeted at. I’m not writing about that software yet due to giving them some time to fix the issues. This is just my two months with the Surface Pro 3. I’m going to preface this with my biases – I don’t like Windows 8.x (I think 7 was a masterp... http://ow.ly/2Z64L0
Paul spent two months with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, this is sort of a review and sort of a blog about it.
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Sprint tweets, then deletes, saucy warning - The Sprint Twitter feed posted this gem and then removed it after about 24 minutes and only six people had commented on the very sexual/phallic impressions of a wiener and mustard squirted on a phone. I guess the warning Sprint was trying to convey was condiment failure is a real and possible thing. Be prepared. Their saucy tweet was yanked quickly, probably they were afraid that public awareness would ketchup to the company ... http://ow.ly/2YXXnh
Sprint tweeted an advertisement that very much didn't look like what I think they wanted it to look like.
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Choetech 6-port USB charger with Quick Charge 2.0 review - If you’ve got a recent HTC phone, you might want to put the Choetech 6-Port USB charger on your radar as it includes two Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 ports for high speed charging as well as four standard USB ports capable of 2400mA per port. It’s also significantly less expensive than any Quick Charge 2.0 product we’ve seen at Pocketables so far. If you’re not aware of Qualcomm’s Quick Charge, it’s a method of qui... http://ow.ly/2YVEDI
The Choetech 6-port USB charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 shares 10 amps across six ports, which is the only drawback. Buy it.
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Pocketables is a US-based online tech magazine that brings news, insights, opinions, and comprehensive reviews on various mobile computing devices, portable technology, and related topics to a global audience. We focus on devices that fit into pockets of all sizes, from jeans and jackets to backpacks and purses. The gadget experts that comprise our staff produce high quality articles and original features colored with real-life use of products over weeks and months, not first-impression opinions formed within hours or days.

Pocketables was founded by Jenn K. Lee in 2006 and acquired by CrowdGather in 2011. Three of CrowdGather’s other tech properties—Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, and StreakSmart—were merged to become part of the site in 2012.