Florence IonStaff Writer, Greenbot

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Florence is a technology journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She covers Android smartphones and tablets and its various forks. She's also written about a variety of other tech-related things for Ars Technica, Maximum PC, Mac|Life, PCGamer, PCWorld, and Nintendo Power.

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My distracting, bug-riddled drive with Android Auto

Android Auto was formulated to be distraction-free. Unfortunately, my experiences with it have been anything but.

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Hands-on with Asus ZenFone 2: An affordable phone with plenty to offer

Other mid-range phones should watch out! Asus's ZenFone 2 is good enough and affordable enough if you're looking for an unlocked phone with some neat features.

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Tested: The LG G4 has dethroned the Samsung Galaxy S6 as the best camera phone

The devil is in the details: LG's flagship has the best rear-facing camera, though that doesn't mean that Samsung's latest phone is far behind.

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Samsung reveals its round watch interface well ahead of the actual watch

The rumors say we shouldn't expect to see anything until later this year, but Samsung's already teasing it on its Tizen developer site.

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Dear carriers: Please stop putting bloatware on my Android phone

What began as a minor annoyance has now turned into a full-blown pandemic.

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Google I/O 2015 schedule is live, hints at existence of Android M

Or at least it did, until Google pulled the session name and description.

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Android Wear 5.1: Finally, the platform feels a little less beta

The software is only available on the LG Watch Urbane so far, so we tested it out to see if Android Wear has improved.

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Android Influencer: Google's Adrian Ludwig is dedicated to making Android as safe as it can be

Android security has gotten a bad rap over the years, but Google employees like Ludwig are working to keep things safe and secure.

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11 things you need to know about Android Auto

Android Auto isn't readily available yet, which might make the decision to install it in your car a little difficult. Here's what you need to know if you're thinking about upgrading.

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Five reasons the LG G4 should have HTC worried

With the LG G4's killer new features, the One M9 may not have a fighting chance as the premium alternative to Samsung's phones.

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Hands on with the LG G4: The smartphone for those who really love leather

Its camera features and pared down software experience makes it better than its predecessor, but I'm not sold on the leather.

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Meet the LG G4: Clad in leather and sporting an impressive camera

LG’s betting on a sophisticated camera and a Snapdragon 808 processor to reel you in to its new flagship device.

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6 things we already know about the LG G4

There are a ton of rumors out there, though only a fraction have a bit of truth to them.

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Google finally pulls the curtain off its Project Fi wireless service

Now you can pay Google for cell service, while the company routes you through T-Mobile and Sprint's 4G LTE networks.

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Huawei president Zhiqiang Xu details plans to become a top three U.S. phone brand

Third place is a lofty goal, but Mr. Xu is confident that this year is the right time for Huawei to make its grand entrance into the U.S. smartphone market.