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Andrew Martonik
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WWU Economics graduate. http://AndroidCentral.com writer. I talk about phones, Android and the wireless industry as a whole.
WWU Economics graduate. http://AndroidCentral.com writer. I talk about phones, Android and the wireless industry as a whole.

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Here's my U.S.-centric take on the Google Pixel XL.

It's a fantastic phone, and quite easily the best overall Android experience available today. If you think any phone is worth $769, the Pixel XL definitely is.

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The Note 7 is dead and all but buried. Which company stands to benefit from its demise? My weekend column:

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Ever wonder what I've been up to the past week? Well, lots and lots of Note 7.

This is easily the best Galaxy Note to date, despite not immediately screaming NOTE at you when you see it. That means it'll appeal to even more people this year, and it also means I think it's the best phone out there right now.

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An update on what's happening in the +Android Central world right now.

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I wasn't on this one ... so I listened. Good show!
Podcast: Moto Z, the end of PokeCivilization as we know it, and more Q&A!

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I actually think the Acer Chromebook R11 is a pretty solid Chromebook buy for $275 (w/ 4GB RAM), but don't go into it thinking it's going to be a spectacular machine. It's just a good, solid Chromebook.

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Seems like Moto did well here. Worried about the camera, though, and this long Verizon exclusivity is horrible.

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A good cheap battery that offers 5V/3A charging for Nexuses. 
Need a portable battery that can charge up your Nexus 6P as quick as possible? Monoprice has you covered.

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I seriously wish every Android phone had this type of switch. It just makes so much sense.

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This is precisely the same reaction I had when everyone was touting how many "skills" the Amazon Echo has ... if you have to learn every single voice command verbatim in order to use it, how is it a good product?
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