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David Ruddock

2.2K posts
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.
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Beacon Audio Phoenix Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review: It's Cubetastic

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Is A Black Version Of The Galaxy S III On The Way? This Leak From Carphone Warehouse Points To "Probably"

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 22: That Reminds Me Of My Last Bathroom Trip

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International HTC One X Receiving OTA Update With Sense 4.1, Android 4.0.4 - Brings Recent Apps Button Remapping And More

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Editorial: Are Android-Powered Cameras, Cars, Fridges, And More A Misguided View Of The Future?

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Galaxy Note 10.1 Already Rooted, Requires Odin And A Few Clicks, Won't Break OTA Updates

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[New App Review] Current Caller ID Brings Solid Caller ID With A Social Twist, If You're Into That Sort Of Thing

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[The Android Police Week In Review] The Biggest Android Stories Of The Week (7/29/12-8/5/12)

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 21: Buffering You Into Purgatory

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iOS Developer Appigo Is Threatening To Sue Android Apps For Using The Word "ToDo" In Their Names, Generally Being Ridiculous

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Google Is Now Shipping Nexus Q's To At Least Some Pre-Order Customers

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Amazon Mobile Android App Updated To Version 2.0 - Shop By Department Added, Major Performance Enhancements

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Google Wallet Updated To Support All Major Credit And Debit Cards, Goes Cloud Based

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Google Suspends Launch Of Nexus Q, Promises Free Q To Those Who Pre-Ordered

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Verizon Gets $1.25 Million Slap On The Wrist From FCC For Blocking Tethering Apps, Via Block C Spectrum Rules

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