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Sometimes he writes about modern technology; other times he writes about modern-day parenting. He’s the guy behind the acclaimed Android Intelligence column at Computerworld. He writes humor-infused feature stories for a variety of publications and drinks fruit-infused beverages from a variety of glasses. At night, he sleeps.
Everyone’s talking about how Android P will mark the end of slow Android upgrades, but this saga has more layers than most people seem to realize.
Linux app support for Chrome OS may sound like a big heaping bowl of irrelevant geek stew, but don’t be fooled: This move is enormously significant.
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P is for productivity: These nine new Android P features will help you get more done with less effort.
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One of Gmail’s most useful new features is available as of this week, but it’s up to you to activate it.