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David Ruddock

David Ruddock

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David is the Editor-in-Chief of Android Police, and has been working at the website since June 2010. He's been an Android user since the early days - his first smartphone was a Google Nexus One! David graduated from the University of California, Davis where he received his bachelor's degree, and also attended the Pepperdine University School of Law.
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Five great looking cases for your Galaxy S21, S21+, or S21 Ultra

Five great looking cases for your Galaxy S21, S21+, or S21 Ultra
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Galaxy S21 Ultra long-term review: Samsung is back

Galaxy S21 Ultra long-term review: Samsung is back
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Exclusive: Qualcomm is planning an Android-powered Nintendo Switch knockoff

Exclusive: Qualcomm is planning an Android-powered Nintendo Switch knockoff
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Free trials for Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube Premium, and tons of other streaming services

Free trials for Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube Premium, and tons of other streaming services
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Android 12 brings a new way to share Wi-Fi passwords

Android 12 brings a new way to share Wi-Fi passwords
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Android 12's biggest feature should be an easy upgrade to Android 13

Android 12's biggest feature should be an easy upgrade to Android 13
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Galaxy Buds Pro review, two weeks later: You can finally have your AirPods Pro for Android

Galaxy Buds Pro review, two weeks later: You can finally have your AirPods Pro for Android
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Android Police wants you (to write for us) — apply today

Android Police wants you (to write for us) — apply today
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I am very happy that budget smartphones finally, really don't suck

I am very happy that budget smartphones finally, really don't suck
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Google Home's 'suggestions' are annoying and useless, and it's time for them to die

Google Home's 'suggestions' are annoying and useless, and it's time for them to die
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The Pixel 4a is our 2020 Smartphone of the Year

The Pixel 4a is our 2020 Smartphone of the Year
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Google and Qualcomm's big update announcement isn't what it seems — here's what you need to know

Google and Qualcomm's big update announcement isn't what it seems — here's what you need to know
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The Snapdragon 888 is a surprisingly big step forward

The Snapdragon 888 is a surprisingly big step forward
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Google was wrong to drop the telephoto lens on the Pixel 5

Google was wrong to drop the telephoto lens on the Pixel 5
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The Pixel 5 is not enough — and way too much

The Pixel 5 is not enough — and way too much
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