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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

Download all the OnePlus 5 wallpapers in 4K

The OnePlus 5 wallpapers in 2K or 4K resolution are now available for download.
by David Imel1 day ago38

Deal: Get $200 off a Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus by trading in any working smartphone

Samsung wants your old device in exchange for $200 off a new 64GB Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus. If you've been waiting for a deal, this is a great one!
by David Imel4 days ago43

Amazon acquires Whole Foods Market for $13.7 Billion – Here’s why it’s important

Amazon has just acquired Whole Foods Market, marking its biggest purchase to date. Will the purchase steer the company towards total market dominance?
by David Imel6 days ago9

The new Amazon Dash Wand uses Alexa to restock your fridge

Amazon is introducing a new piece of hardware called the Amazon Dash Wand, made to quickly restock items that you use every day using barcode scanning.
by David Imel1 week ago4
 
 

The Canadian telecom regulator just banned carriers from locking phones

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecom Commission has just revised the wireless code for telecom providers, banning the locking of devices sold to customers.
by David Imel1 week ago15

The Essential Phone’s front camera is a push towards a completely embedded world

The Essential Phone slaps a camera right into the display itself. What does that mean for the smartphone industry? It's a step in the sprint towards an entirely embedded world.
by David Imel1 week ago13

Google’s Gboard can now predict emojis from your drawings and anticipate whole phrases

Google has added additional drawing and text prediction features to its Gboard keyboard, using machine learning to guess exactly what you want.
by David Imel1 week ago3

Oppo announces the R11 smartphone in China

The Oppo R11 has just been announced, and it's boasting some major specs. Can it beat other flagships in the Chinese market?
by David Imel2 weeks ago18

FLIR announces new thermal cameras for USB Type-C devices

The FLIR One and FLIR One Pro are thermal cameras for USB Type-C devices that run on dedicated battery power and fit on phones with cases.
by David Imel2 weeks ago4

T-Mobile is kicking off 12 hours of giveaways to celebrate one year of T-Mobile Tuesdays

T-Mobile has kicked off 12 hours of giveaways to celebrate one year of T-Mobile Tuesdays. Win prizes like free Lyft rides and movies from the carrier!
by David Imel2 weeks ago2
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