Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

He's the author of a sci-fi novel called The Crooked City, which is available on Amazon and Google Play. http://goo.gl/WQIXBM

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Sometimes you just don't want to hear everything people on your Twitter timeline are saying, especially if you follow a lot of accounts. Also, some people just get annoying. This is why third-party Twitter clients have long included muting. Now Twitter itself is embracing the idea with official support coming to its apps and website.

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There's a new app from Microsoft on Android. Are you excited? Well, only a select few of you will remain so. The new arrival is Dynamics CRM for tablets, which joins the previously released CRM for phones. Look Microsoft, it's not that we don't appreciate the attention you're paying to Android, but why is this a separate app?

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Dynamics CRM for tablets does the same thing the phone counterpart does.

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We might not be able to get you a deal on Nvidia's new Portal and Half-Life 2 ports, but there is some other cool stuff on sale in the Android ecosystem today. So dry those tears and get ready to spend.

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Archos makes its name on low-cost niche products, and it doesn't get nichier than the newly announced ArcBook. It's a 10.1-inch Android notebook that you'll be able to buy next month. The ArcBook doesn't have amazing specs, but it's going to sell for just $169.99.

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It can be easy to forget that the Moto 360 isn't the only Android Wear device coming this summer. Although, its probably the one we know the most about, especially now that LG has posted a teaser video for it.

The G Watch retains the traditional square shape of past smartwatches, but LG promises a sleek, waterproof metal design.There are a lot of fly-in close-ups of the G Watch, which look neat, but don't really tell us anything new about the device.

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Google Now does a lot of neat things, but the way Google plugs in its wealth of data makes sure the functionality changes often and in unexpected ways. Case in point, it helps you set reminders for some oddly specific events. Need to cancel an auto-renewing membership? Try asking Google Now.

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LG bailed on the tablet market after the amazing flop that was the G-Slate, but came back to the table last year with the surprisingly competitive G Pad 8.3. It became the first Google Play Experience tablet, and now LG is expanding its offerings with 7, 8, and 10.1-inch devices. Guess what we don't know about these devices... pretty much everything else.

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We wouldn't want you to overspend on apps and games, even really cool ones. That's why we keep an eye on the sales in the Play Store. Here's another batch of discounted apps just in time for your weekend.

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Motorola is set to have an event in just a few days on May 13th. Rumor has it the company will announce the Moto E, an even more affordable Android device targeted at developing markets. You don't have to wait for the official unveiling to get a glimpse of the device. A user apparently posted a pic of the Moto E on Motorola Mexico's Facebook page.

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Time to clear some storage on your Android device of choice and download some fresh new apps and games. Don't be stingy – they're on sale, and can you really afford to miss a good deal? Of course not.

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