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My second official smartphone review. Not a bad phone by any means but definitely not a flagship killer IMO.
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Gotta admit, ZTE has been stepping it up lately.
 
ZTE's Axon 7 is the first announced Google Daydream ready smartphone

Just last week the Googs said that Daydream smartphones would be coming #soon and ZTE was part of that announcement. The Axon 7 will be available later this year.
ZTE has announced its latest flagship, the ZTE Axon 7, and this Google Daydream-ready device will be available with some impressive specs for under $500 later this year.
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In case you missed it.
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Very cool. Let's hope this makes it into the mainstream in the future.
3D Touch interaction was without a doubt the biggest innovation and upgrade last year's iPhone 6s brought to the table, and it of course didn't tak...
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You're in luck if you've got one of these.
Chromebooks are about to get far more capable with the addition of Android apps, but unfortunately, not all Chromebooks are going to get that capability. After announcing plans to roll out Android...
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A Chromebook is more than enough for the average consumers computing needs. And with access to the Play Store incoming they'll be even more versatile.
 
Lol Great Article. 
Chromebooks have surpassed sales of Mac laptops in the United States for the first time ever. And that doesn’t surprise me. Because roughly a year ago I made the same switch. Formerly a lifelong Mac user, I bought my first PC ever in the form of a Chromebook. And I’m never looking back.
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Wouldn't be surprised. Still I have a hard time believing it. Apple has been pretty closed off historically.
Amazon's Echo may be facing yet another competitor, with word surfacing that Apple is going to make its own similar device with Siri at the core. G...
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Another reason to join Nexus master race.
Google Photos is vastly becoming a popular app among users. In fact, earlier this month Google announced that it was now being used by more than 20...
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Batphone!
The Batman themed Galaxy S7 Edge that Samsung teased earlier in the day is now official and fully unveiled. As we mentioned earlier, the partnership is based on the game Injustice: Gods Among Us, but from this “unboxing” video, it’s clear that Samsung and DC spared no expensive. In the clip, we get to see …
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Used to love playing this a few years back.
The popular sim game Tiny Tower is back in the Play Store after an eight-month hiatus.First developed for iOS and then ported to Android in 2011, T...
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I agree. The messaging situation can be pretty confusing for non tech people.
 
"Does no one at Google remember the past?"
You don't have to look far to see the flaw in Google's "more is more" approach to mobile messaging.
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Only solution is to get as many of your friends as possible to use one messaging platform. There will always be dozens of apps but if you can get most of them to use just one it should help.
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We're getting ready to take the red pill and see just how far the rabbit hole goes.
 
1. Open story
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Seriously -- some fascinating stuff here. So much more than meets the eye.
There's much more to this move than what you see on the surface. Ready to have your mind blown?
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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 - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 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 - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food and service were both top notch. Moussaka and chicken shawarma were amazing and the falafel and hummus were good as well.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Food was excellent, huge portions and staff was friendly.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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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.
Public - a year ago
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.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Excellent chicken shawarma. Had a combo with fries for relatively cheap. Place could be a little cleaner but otherwise decent.
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reviewed 2 years ago