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David Imel

David Imel  is a 21 year-old technology enthusiast hailing from Smartville, Califorina. He moves a lot so he's probably not really living in any one place. David loves Android, Writing, Computer Hardware, Mechanical Keyboards, Super Smash Brothers: Melee, and many other geeky things. He attended the University of California: Santa Cruz from 2013-2017 and now writes articles like no tomorrow.

David's Posts

Google Spaces shuts down April 17th, will become read only starting March 3rd

Google is shutting down "Spaces" on April 17th, a messaging app that allowed users to have topical conversations with Google app plugins.
by David Imel1 day ago15
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Lenovo Chromebook N22 review

The Lenovo Chromebook N22 is a chunky, yet accommodating device made with students in mind. Here's what you need to know about it.
by David Imel2 weeks ago4

AI and AR – is this the future of mobile?

AI and AR are wholly different technologies in their own right, but could they work together to make our lives even more seamless? All signs point to yes.
by David Imel3 weeks ago12

Why Nexbit joining Razer has us really excited

Gaming company Razer has just acquired a majority of the shares in smartphone company Nextbit. What does this hold for the future? Let's take a look.
by David Imel4 weeks ago15

Hands-on with the new Nvidia Shield TV (Update: on sale today)

Nvidia's new Shield TV adds 4k HDR support and Google Assistant to the already popular media streaming console. Available for $199 from today.
by David ImelJanuary 16, 201739

Verizon pushes security patches to 11 phones to close out 2016

Verizon is finishing out 2016 strong by pushing security updates to 11 of its flagships, covering a range of old and new devices alike.
by David ImelDecember 29, 20163

Redmi Note 3 global version gets Marshmallow update

After first arriving in India, the Redmi Note 3 has finally received an update to Marshmallow for the global variant as well.
by David ImelDecember 20, 201615

Lenovo planning another Tango-enabled device for 2017

Lenovo is planning on launching another Project Tango capable device in 2017, securing a strategic place in the new augmented reality space.
by David ImelDecember 16, 20167

Google is giving out Pixel holiday sweaters at their NYC pop-up

Google is creating custom holiday sweaters for anyone that shows up to their New York City popup with a Pixel or Pixel XL.
by David ImelDecember 16, 20162

Blu R1 HD returns to Amazon after spyware controversy fades

The Blu R1 HD has returned to Amazon after claimed "supply constraints", though the issues surrounding spyware claims probably equally had something to do with its temporary absence.
by David ImelDecember 16, 20166
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