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Florence is a technology journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She primarily covers Android and its various forks. She's written about a variety of other tech-related things for Ars Technica, Maximum PC, Mac|Life, PCGamer, PCWorld, and Nintendo Power. She loves yoga and traveling, collects cameras and Russian dolls, and considers herself an amateur photographer and crafter.

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What to expect when you're expecting the Moto X+1

Motorola's next flagship phone lands next week. Here's everything we know about it.

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HTC One Remix review: A pricey mid-range phone that's worth the splurge

It's pricier than some other mid-range devices out there, but you can hardly tell with all the premium features it's packed with.

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Android skins compared: Which version of Android suits you best?

We dive into the custom interfaces of the five biggest Android brands so you can easily pick the one that works for you.

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Android Influencer: Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides project manager Ryan Tabone

We asked Tabone to explain why Google Docs were split up into three apps in the first place, and what Google is doing to differentiate itself from the other office suites out there.

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Sprint's new Family Share Plan has too much fine print to possibly be a good deal

It's only worth it if you really, really want to switch to Sprint.

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Android Influencer: Former Android software engineer Jean-Baptiste Quéru

We chatted with the man behind AOSP about his job, what Android devices he's carrying around, and what he thinks about Android L.

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10 icon packs to spruce up your boring old Android device

Feeling uninspired? Try skinning your interface with these icons packs to add some pizzazz to your home screen.

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OnePlus decides the best way to sell its phone is to ask women to degrade themselves

The company pulls its own misandrist faux pas with its "Ladies First" campaign, which asks women to post selfies of themselves in the official forums.

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4 ways Google should immediately fix Hangouts for Android

Hangouts feels like a last minute thought, so we came up with a few ways Google could put a little more care into it.

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Verizon brings Push to Talk Plus to popular smartphones, like the Galaxy S5

Big Red also made some improvements to the service.

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T-Mobile releases an app in the Google Play Store that lets you easily unlock your phone

It's a smart way to help those who don't know how to free their devices.

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The Galaxy S5 Sport is just like the Active with an app bundle, and that's okay

There isn't much difference between this Galaxy S5 and its variants, but it's a solid phone for those with active lifestyles.

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Rejoice! Android L will probably have multi-user support for phones

Phones and tablets alike will support more than one user, making it easier to share devices.

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Google’s Play Store refund policy appears to have been extended to two hours

It's not an official change yet, but we tried it out and Google kept offering a refund well after the usual 15 minute window.

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Android Influencer: Evernote's wearables developer Damian Mehers

Mehers dishes what it was like developing Evernote for so many different wearables platforms.

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