From the Editor: We'd like to take a moment to introduce a really cool featured article today. Our very own "smalltowngirl13," aka Darla, took some time to create a follow-up video review of her brand new Samsung Galaxy Note II. She did a great job highlighting her favorite features of the new super-device, and we wanted to share it with you. From the multi-display, to the draggable browser windows, this phone is awesome, and we really appreciate Darla's amazing work on this. Everyone please shout out a hearty thanks to smalltowngirl13! ~ David Storm, Editor in Chief
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Those wacky, "always outside the box" engineers at Google have just moved even closer toward cool future tech. Two Google patent applications have recently popped up which push the envelope just a tad. One is very cool in a very practical sense, while the other is cool because it's basically the manifestation of something found in a popular... [Read More]
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