It's been a few years since I last documented the mobile apps and services that I rely on while traveling internationally.
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I'm taking a Mac to Build 2018, and you're never going to believe what happens next.
As you may know, Pocket Casts is my favorite podcast app, and it's on the short list of apps I use every single day.
Routines represent the second-generation of the digital assistant era, where we move past simple command/response interactions.
Grammarly today updated its Android keyboard with some useful new customization features, further enhancing the value of this unique solution.
In its latest incarnation, the VLC media player addresses some long-standing complaints and adds some killer new features.
Instagram is everything that Facebook isn't, and vice versa. And that's a good thing.
Project Fi's "pay for what you use" system is being updated with an unlimited data plan with a monthly fee cap.
As you know, I am constantly evaluating and reevaluating the software tools that I use. This is especially true for writing.
It's been a while since I've detailed the PC, peripherals, and software that I use every day.
In the 1990's, Apple had an ad campaign called "What's on your PowerBook?" that I always liked.
While I routinely list my favorite audiobooks from each year, I don't believe I've ever done so for podcasts.
I spend a lot of time listening to audiobooks. Here are some of my favorites from 2017.
I really enjoy the sound quality of Sonos wireless smart speakers, but I don't like the cost or compatibility issues.
Google Play Music has a major downside that I keep bumping into. And now it's completely broken too.
This is the review I was born to write. It is the most important article I've ever written.
While I still wish that Google had pushed a bit harder on the design, this handset is absolutely a viable flagship contender.
After a short test with select users, Twitter has decided to double the length of tweets from 140 characters to 280 characters.
I'm going into my Pixel 2 XL experiences open-eyed, but I will say right up-front that I don't understand what all the complaining was about.
As you may know, I've engaged in a lot of navel-gazing over my decision to purchase a Google Pixel 2 XL.
My favorite podcasting app, Pocket Casts, got a big update on Android this week, adding support for several new Oreo features.
Pocket is my favorite "read it later" app. Its excellent read-aloud functionality has been updated on Android to support continuous reading.
Amazon today announced a major update to its Kindle app for Android and iOS.
After using Google Wifi full-time for a month, I'm still impressed with its easy setup and rock-solid performance.
Tomorrow, Apple will announce new generation iPhones. So this is the ideal time to reveal that I'm switching to Android.
For the second year in a row, our annual home swap has taken us down an unexpected path. We're in Barcelona this year.
Pocket Casts---my preferred podcast service---is now available via the Sonos smart speakers in an open beta.