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Nerd Alert: Food Apps for the Culinarily Challenged

As a true tech nerd, whenever I’m faced with a challenge, my first instinct is to seek out an app to help solve the problem. When I wanted to lose weight, I started with a Couch to 5K app and then transitioned to Nike+ to track my workouts. When I wanted to find a way to better manage my bills, …

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GlobalMeet for Android Brings Effortless Conferencing to Your Favorite Smartphone

Earlier this year, Google hosted Google I/O, its annual developer conference where it typically debuts new versions of its various products. On display this year were new versions of Google Maps, conversational search capabilities and a completely revamped Google+ experience. However, also of note were the numbers: Google confirmed that there have been 900 million Android™ activations to date. By …

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Android 101: Demystifying 3 of Android’s Buzzwords

Josh Android iMeet

I tend to catch a lot of flak at work for my recently developed Google fanboyism, my insistence that Google+ really isn’t a ghost town and that Google Glass, albeit admittedly goofy looking at the moment has the potential to cause a dramatic shift towards wearable technology. And this flak isn’t particularly surprising; despite Android™’s growth, Apple maintains a firm …

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Android Users, Rejoice: iMeet for Android Smartphones Arrives

iMeet for Android

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed the explosion of Android™ smartphones. In 2012, Android accounted for almost 70% of the global smartphone market. Recently, Samsung’s marketing blitz for its Galaxy S3 and Note II devices have paid huge dividends in promoting awareness of the Android OS, moving devices and generating levels of hype once exclusively reserved …

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