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Meenova Is a MicroSD Reader for Your Android Devices | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories

When I first saw the Meenova on Kickstarter, the project was still generically called “Mini MicroSD Reader” but it had already obliterated its …

15 best root apps for Android

It’s true that rooting your device is far less popular than the good old days. Stock Android grew up quite a bit and root is simply less appealing than it once was. Also, apps like Netflix, Pokemon Go, and Google Pay don’t work on rooted devices without some fun hacks for some dumb reason. However, …

Valuation of the week 1: A Tesla Test

I taught the first session of my valuation class, that I previewed in my last post, today. As part of that class, I do what I call a “valuation of …

20 bestselling mobile phones of all time

Pacific Northworst LeMons Inspections: Austins, Saabs, and a Hudson Hornet

Here we are at The Ridge Motorsports Park once again, for the third annual Pacific Northworst 24 Hours of LeMons, and the assortment of race cars preparing for Saturday’s race session looks to be one of the best we’ve seen this year. The weather promises to be strangely non-rainy, nobody threw a …

Create Your Own DIY Solar-Powered USB Charger For All Your Portable Gadgets!

With endless summer days still aplenty, there’s no better time to invest in a solar charger for all your gadgets. However, Joshua Zimmerman of the …

Android 4.3 Leaked For Nexus 4 (Video)

Google are expected to make Android 4.3 Jelly Bean official at a press event next week on the 24th of July, along with the new Nexus 7 tablet. Now it …

Hands on with Samsung’s 10-inch Galaxy Tab 3: Go for the Nexus 10

I had high hopes when Samsung’s first Android(s goog) tablet powered by an Intel(s intc) processor arrived on my doorstep. Alas, those hopes were …