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My first official smartphone review! And a pretty good phone for the price I might add.
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Anyone in the market for a new phone on a budget should seriously consider this. $140 and still outperforms most mid range devices out there. And best of all, still getting updates straight from Google.
To this day, the Google Nexus 5 is still the most popular Nexus smartphone - according to Google. It was their second time working with LG to make a Nexus
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The wearable space is heating up. Not that this looks like a great idea or anything but more and more companies are starting to think outside the box to try and bring something new to the table.
Hot Band wants you to put something strange under your wrist
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Free storage awaits.
Update, February 8, 2016: For Safer Internet Day 2016, Google is giving away another 2GB of free storage for your Drive, Gmail, and Photos. Just head over to this link and go through the quick checklist to take advantage of this win-win offer. You get additional storage (that does not expire) and you make sure your security is up to notch. Original post, February 10, 2015: Today is Safer Internet Day, so Google is giving everyone 2 GB of e...
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Nexus cardboard headset FTW
A new smartphone-based headset reportedly will feature improved sensors and lenses housed in a solid plastic casing.
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New video - Top 5 Upcoming Tech: 2016!
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Nice. Wonder if this is software based so all Android wear devices can take advantage.
 
Doze mode is part of the Android wear 6.0 update. That should greatly increase battery life hopefully.

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My favorite watch face so far. Customization options are fantastic but what really puts it over the top are the interactive tap targets. Basically lets you map functions to a variety of predetermined tap zones so you can quick launch almost anything.
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The author has a point. Natural language processing for voice assistants is nowhere near where it needs to be. Although IMO Google is the farthest along and probably the best equipped to solve this issue.
Commentary: My gadgets' voice assistants are cool and convenient, but speaking to a soulless machine has made me sound like one, too.
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Deal of the day. 
It’s Tuesday, which means that HTC has taken one of its Hot Deals out of the oven and served it up. Today’s HTC Hot Deal is a 40 percent discount on the Nexus 9. That means that you can snag a black 16GB Wi-Fi-only Nexus 9 for $239.40. If you’d like more built-in storage — and you might, since the Nexus 9 doesn’t have a microSD slot for expandable storage — the 32GB Wi-Fi model is available in black or white for $287.40.
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Truth. It's a pretty prevalent issue on G+ that I run into daily.
 
"Ghosts" aren't the real issue at Google+. Zombies are.

I don't know what the answer is here, or if there even is an easy answer, but man -- the G+ spam/random-gibberish comment problem is getting seriously out of control. Seeing my posts taken over by this crap and then going on a massive block-and-report rampage has become a consistent morning ritual for me (with ongoing smaller block-and-report runs continuing all throughout the day).

I hope someone can figure out a solution to this -- and fast. Most people aren't going to be so patient and persistent about actively dealing with this kind of thing, and seeing this level of nonsense and noise really makes G+ look like a cesspool. 

Given how much genuinely fantastic sharing and discussion actually goes on here, I hate to imagine folks peeking in and then turning right back around because of the small but all-too-present minority of virtual graffiti vandals. One way or another, something's gotta give.
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Not a bad deal. That is, if you can live without NFC or quick charging.
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One of my favorite Asian food places. Where else can you get Chinese, Thai, Japanese in the same place? Granted it's not 100% authentic but it still tastes great. Huge menu with lots of variety.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
As a previous reviewer noted, this place isn't a campground. It's a rundown trailer park that lets you pitch tents. The bad: our campground had a pile of trash, broken glass and dog feces littered across it. No fire pit. Location was next to a busy road. Bathhouse, while relatively clean, had no toilet paper, soap or paper towels. Grounds poorly maintained. The good: it was cheap. Also when we complained about these issues they apologized and gave us a discount.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Food and service were both top notch. Moussaka and chicken shawarma were amazing and the falafel and hummus were good as well.
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reviewed 2 years ago
Food was excellent, huge portions and staff was friendly.
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Great hole in the wall place. It's tiny and I mean it seats maybe 20 people max. It's literally a renovated 2 bedroom house with a restaurant kitchen added in the back. Don't let that put you off however. Food is very good, if a little bland at times. Great for any vegans, vegetarians or anyone just wanting healthy food that actually tastes good. Their Memphis bbq sandwich platter is quite tasty.
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reviewed a year ago
One of my favorite Asian food places. Great variety of foods from different regions, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, etc. Thai curry is very tasty.
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Excellent chicken shawarma. Had a combo with fries for relatively cheap. Place could be a little cleaner but otherwise decent.
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