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Jordan Palmer

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Jordan is an editor for Android Police and a technology enthusiast. He writes frequently, both professionally and as a hobby, loving the process of putting pen to paper... or fingers to a keyboard. Beyond tech journalism, Jordan enjoys writing fiction and spending many of his free seconds world-building for his novels. He also fills his time with video games (like Overwatch), staying fit, and ignoring his house cat.
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The stable version of the Signal app is receiving beta support for video calls

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Researchers at MIT claim to have created a dedicated speech recognition chip that consumes a tiny amount of energy

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The Honor 8 receives Nougat/EMUI 5 starting today

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The Tesla app hits v3, brings an overhauled design, fingerprint authentication, and easy access to frequently-used controls

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Muzei gets its first real update in over a year, brings full photo folder selection, a history of past artwork, and other additions

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The Android Things Developer Preview 2 is out, adds support for Intel's Joule, brings TensorFlow for machine learning on IoT platforms, and more

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The Tor Project's ooniprobe allows you to participate in the vigil against internet censorship

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Cortana learns how to keep you on track, even if you forget to ask

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Motorola announces the "Transform the Smartphone Challenge" finalists, now up on Indiegogo to get funded

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Wikipedia 2.5 gets a proper beta program, two-factor authentication coming soon

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The final version of the Android Wear 2.0 SDK is out

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Facebook is hoping to supplant your weather app

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Lenovo's super-slim Yoga A12 is available a day ahead of schedule

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MediaTek announces the new Helio P25 chip for dual-camera smartphones