As of last night, I’m back to being an Android phone user. I’m going from aNokia Lumia 920 to an HTC Droid DNA. I’m no stranger to either operating system (OS), or any mobile OS for that matter. Because I develop mobile applications, I need to juggle multiple phones on each OS. I do, however, dedicate one phone to being my personal daily driver. So what made me switch back to Android?
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We all have one around the house, standing proud with its 3.5 inch floppy drive and cables galore. I’m talking about that tower PC that has become an eyesore, yet you just can’t part with it. Perhaps it’s memories of logging on to AOL and surfing the Web with your Netscape browser. Or it may just be too heavy to pick up and move! As long as it’s going to remain a part of your life, let’s put it to good use.
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I’ve heard a lot of people say that USB drives have gone the way of cassettes — or CDs, for that matter. But I’m here to say that these devices, which are called something different by most everyone, still have a purpose in today’s world of cloud-based computing — so don’t throw away that 2 GB Homer Simpson flash drive just yet!
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