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Quentyn Kennemer
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Check out my live stream: 'My Hearthstone Stream' at http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBVdQ8aCYqeAJauLOn_FKhw/live

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This is what I'm working with on my Galaxy S6. Launcher = Action Launcher 3 Pro, Wallpaper and icons = Rotox. There is nothing like Android, don't know why I'd ever toy around with the idea of leaving. 
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8/7/15
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Taking time out of my morning to thank +Russell Holly for his ridiculously masterful execution of GIF usage in his musings. It's a serious art form and he can be considered the Picasso of his kind. My G+ browsing experience improves 10-fold because of it. Thanks, Russ!


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I might be the only guy on earth who doesn't care about Star Wars. And it saddens me.

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Now that's what I call an invasion!

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Can you guess which one I am?
Only myself and +Christopher Chavez​ went to MWC but the entire +Phandroid​ team was there in spirit +Android#betogether #notthesame 
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Now that's a birthday cake. 
My wonderful wife +Amanda Albright surprised me with a custom +Phandroid cookie cake for my birthday! Pretty cool huh?


+Rob Jackson, +Derek Ross, +Christopher Chavez, +Joe Fedewa, +Quentyn Kennemer, +Kevin Krause
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Finally!
Good news everyone, HBO has made a cord cutters dream come true

Starting next year, you'll finally be able to watch HBO on the web without a cable subscription. In a dream come true for cord cutters, HBO CEO Richard Plepler has confirmed the company plans to launch a "standalone, over-the-top" HBO Go subscription offering at some point in 2015.

I haven't had cable TV service in 11 months. I do not miss it. This news only sweetens the deal. itshappening.gif

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We've had a lot of requests to make a paid, ad-free version of our +Phandroid news app. Rather than have two separate apps - one free and one paid - we're going to be offering monthly and annual subscriptions that remove ads.

What's a fair price? The cheapest Google will let you go is $0.99, so that will be the monthly subscription price. For annual subscription, we're thinking about $4.79 - does that sound fair? Would you happily pay more considering a beer at a bar is more expensive? Do you think that's way too much considering it's only good for a year?

Help us out! Share your opinion!
+Steve Albright +Kevin Krause +Quentyn Kennemer +Christopher Chavez +Joe Fedewa +Ashley King +Derek Ross 

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$1,000 in prizes. Why not?
Today we are excited to launch AndroidArea.com, your one-stop shop for the best deals on Android apps, accessories, gadgets, and gear. We're so excited we're giving away $1000 in Google Play prizes. Click the link below to find out how to enter!
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