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.

Hands on: 365Scores tries to unseat the champ, but falls short of ESPN

Sports is always full of showdowns between top contenders and underdogs looking for an upset. 365Scores aims to play David to ESPN's Goliath, but seems to have forgotten its slingshot. A great option for soccer fans, but there's too much missing for American…

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Hands on: Skype finally comes to Android tablets, for better and worse

The Android version of Skype's mobile app has been updated to include a login option for Microsoft account owners, a new audio codec, and a fresh look on Android tablets. While most of these features confirm Skype's dominance, it doesn't quite fit for…

Android Army

Best app updates of the week

Apps that just hit the market are always appealing because they're new and exciting, but some of the old standard apps are getting updates that keep them ahead of the competition. We take a look at the biggest and best app updates to come available this week.

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Weekly mobile wrap: Still stuffed from Thanksgiving edition

While Thursday was all about being thankful, the rest of the weekend is all about regretting that you ate so much. If you're just waking up from a food coma, you may have missed Jolla's Sailfish OS, Google skipping December, and Instagram's record setting day…

Mobile

Hands on: Rhapsody is still around, Android app gets new look and features

Rhapsody is still around and offering its streaming music service. In its most recent update to its Android app, Rhapsody revealed a new look and new functionality. The biggest draw, Replay, is a beta feature that suggests music based on time-specific…

Android Army

Weekly mobile wrap: iPad Mini’s go missing, texting drops, RIM reminds us that it still exists

In this week's mobile news, we recover from news that Twinkies may soon cease to exist, RIM sets a date for BlackBerry 10, and many more stories. Fresh app and game picks for the week are also included.

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Hands on: Evernote iOS update makes note taking look good

Evernote has been helping people harness every idea that crosses their mind since 2008. Now its iOS app has reached version 5.0 and it's getting a visual upgrade. Along with it comes some new navigation for iPhone and iPad and a nice perk or two that utilizes…

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Hands on: Pulse News 3.0 update is shiny and ready to aggregate

We go hands on with the newest version fo Pulse News for Android and iOS with new features like a sidebar, enhanced search, new design, and better scrolling, making it one of our favorite news aggregators.

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UpTo Calendar comes to Android: Hands on with the social calendar

The Mayan calendar ended on December 21, 2012, but if those guys had UpTo, the calendar would never end. UpTo is a social calendar app that made its mark on iOS and has now moved to Android. We go hands on with the app to see if it's worthy of celebration.

Android Army

Galaxy Camera coming for the holidays, available November 16 on AT&T

The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be available to snap pictures during the holiday season. The 4G-connected camera will be available through AT&T starting November 16. Running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and featuring a 21x optical zoom, the camera will cost $500…

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Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere sliding into Verizon in coming weeks

Samsung and Verizon are planning to bring back the QWERTY keyboard. It'll make an appearance in Verizon stores in the coming weeks with a $130 price tag. It sports a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, S Beam, and a slew of business-centric features.

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Weekly Mobile Wrap: Election hangover edition

The U.S. Presidential Election is finally over. If you've been stuck in a politics-induced hangover all week, we have a collection of stories you may have missed from the mobile world in the Weekly Mobile Wrap. Apple keeps court with Samsung and Motorola, an…

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Microsoft reportedly building 7-inch Xbox Surface tablet

According to reports, Microsoft is moving forward with an Xbox Surface tablet. The 7-inch device will place a firm focus on gaming with a custom-built processor and modified version Windows OS. We're likely to see the tablet before we see an actual new Xbox.

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Windows Phone 8X vs. Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 5: spec showdown

The biggest representatives of every operating system go head-to-head-.to head. The iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, and HTC Windows Phone 8X square off in a Spec Showdown. Which phone best meets your needs? Take a look at our comparison and make your call.

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Hands On: Sony goes back to basics, brings e-book ‘Reader’ app to iOS

Sony might not be the first name you think of when you think written word, but it would like to be. The multimedia giant is bringing its e-book Reader app to iOS devices so Apple users can get the Sony Reader experience. We go hands on to see if its…

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