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Some very nice additions coming down the pipeline 
Here are some major changes coming to Android M, Google's new mobile operating system.
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Talk about pricey. Someone brought up a valid point though: it would make sense if RDJ was the one who won the auction.
 
Update: Somebody just agreed to pay $35,600 for an Iron Man Edition Galaxy S6 Edge!
Update, May 28: It seems that we were shocked a bit too early as thanks to one of our intrepid Facebook readers (thanks MK Samanta) there is, in fact, a completed eBay auction that will by far take the cake for a positively preposterous price. Take a look at the following image: Thats right, $35,600. This was obviously the product of a bidding war, and it remains to be seen if the buyer will in fact, go through with the auction, especially...
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For us mere mortals unable to attend geek superbowl.
 
Derek's Google I/O 2015 Collection

Google IO 2015 begins tomorrow. As per the fanboy norm, I'll be posting (and drooling) at the various announcements made during the keynote as well as other goodies discovered throughout various live-streamed sessions. If you'd like to follow and participate, feel free to follow me this collection. If you don't care about IO, feel free to remove this collection from your stream. Aren't collections awesome?

Sadly, I'm not attending in person this year as the Googs didn't deem me worthy or lucky enough to get a ticket. Oh well. We're still going to have fun, dammit. Who's excited? I know I sure as hell am.

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Looks nice but the price needs to be much lower.
 
Nice looking watch, but I still prefer the LG Watch Urbane.
The Huawei Watch is now available to pre-order in parts of Europe, including the United Kingdom, as well as the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand...
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More vague news. I'm starting to think the transition to Lenovo may have not been such a good thing. Seems like Motorola has been losing staff and resources when I though Lenovo was supposed to be providing a big boost to both those areas.
 
Things are starting to heat up when it comes to the 5.1 Lollipop upgrades. Moto X (2nd Gen) and Moto G w/4G LTE(1st Gen) in Brazil retail was approved for full deployment.

In addition, Moto X (2nd Gen) for USC and Moto X Pure Edition in the US, along with Moto X (1st Gen) in Brazil retail started soak test.

There have been a number of posts pertaining to Moto E (1st Gen) and its Lollipop upgrade status. Lollipop is a large upgrade and in our testing we ran into some technical issues that we needed to get a handle on prior to deploying. I am pleased to say that we have made progress with these issues and are now in a validation phase. Once these fixes are proven to be solid we will start our soak testing phase.
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If they're not going to update the OS, at least they could do the decent thing and provide folks with unlock codes so we can do it on our own.
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Google Now gets even better 
Google's trying to make Now even more subservient to your needs with its next version for Android M called Now on Tap. The new features are designed to i
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Almost time!
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Google I/O 2015 Keynote Live Stream

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This just might convince me to try pizza hut again. 
Movie-and-pizza night usually means having to retreat to the TV in the living room, but not if you live in Hong Kong. Ad firm Ogilvy & Mather HK has
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That freebie is a limited-time deal. 
In the race to sell LG's latest flagship Android phone to Americans, T-Mobile wins by a nose. As promised, the carrier is now selling its own version of th... by Michael Crider in G4, LG, News, T-Mobile
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Temporary fix for iPhone users
 
Want to make sure no one can troll your iMessage with the string that causes it to crash? Do this until Apple releases an update to fix it:


Settings > Notifications > Messages > Show Previews > OFF
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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.
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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 - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months 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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reviewed a year 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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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 a year ago
Food was excellent, huge portions and staff was friendly.
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Food took a while to get to our table but it was good once it got there. Mahi Mahi wraps are excellent. Calzones are big enough to feed two. Decor is cool in a retro surfer kinda way. Decent place.
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