AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger is a freelance writer from Madison, Wisconsin with an affinity for all things tech. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and whatever wacky social network is popular tomorrow.
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Huawei unveils yet another selfie phone, and a tablet

Though Huawei saved its strange stuff for later, it started Mobile World Congress with a simple showing: A new phone, a new tablet, and a new mobile hotspot that the company claims is the "fastest mobile hotspot" ever.
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Hold this to your face: Huawei just unveiled a 7-inch phone

Huawei has never shied away from big screens, but what the company brought to Mobile World Congress 2014 was the first of its kind: A 7-inch screen smartphone. The MediaPad X1 is the largest smartphone we've seen.
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Huawei gets fit with its first wristband

Huawei brought plenty of new technology to Mobile World Congress, including its foray into wearable tech with the TalkBand, a smart wristband capable of making calls and tracking fitness and health performance.
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Keep tabs on Sochi from anywhere with these 10 Winter Olympics apps

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are here. The games are always filled with great competition. Keep track of all the action with these mobile apps for Android and iPhone.
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Samsung unleashes more attack ads at the iPad and iPhone

Samsung has launched a series of new ads bashing the iPad Air and iPhone 5S, criticizing the iPhone's small screen and the iPad's inability to perform two tasks at once.
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You’re doing it wrong: OptimizeMe gives life advice by logging everything you do

If you're not satisfied with your day-to-day life, OptimizeMe might be able to help. This very hands on life log app finds trends and correlations in your activities and points you to the parts of life that make you happy and productive.
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Bad with names? Humin remembers the contact details you don’t

Can't match faces with names? Humin understands that we all remember things differently and help you find your connections by contextualizing your iPhone contacts, making it possible to search by details rather than name.
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Do insults yield results? Carrot Fit berates you into exercising (or deleting it)

Trouble losing weight? Maybe you just need the right motivation. Carrot Fit will insult you until you start eating better and working out. It will even berate you when you're within your ideal weight, because why not?
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Don’t miss a text: Pushbullet syncs Android notifications to your PC

Ever feel completely out of the loop without your phone in hand? Pushbullet mirrors notifications from your phone and puts them right on your computer screen so even when your phone isn't near by, you won't miss a thing.
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Mobilligy lets you pay all your bills in one place, and on time

We've all missed a bill before, and it's a terrible feeling to have. Mobilligy makes sure it never happens again. The free app helps you stay on top of upcoming bills by providing regular reminders and allowing you to pay from in app.
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MochaMeet wants to help you spend more time with your friends

MochaMeet wants to help you keep in better touch with your friends. We review it. Can it keep us in touch with our long lost friends? Find out here.