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  • AtomicEdge commented on Tested Never Changes

    Full of good people, and Arcon.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Tested Never Changes

    @kim_a: No, it's real people. Whalerock says so.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Tested Never Changes

    At this moment, there are 88 pages. YES PAGES of spam.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Tested Never Changes

    The spam is coming from inside the WhaleRock.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Tested Never Changes

    This thread has the most content of all the first 8 pages of the forum. Comedy gold.

  • AtomicEdge commented on As of today I will no longer moderate the Tested forums.

    #IRCMasterRace

  • AtomicEdge commented on The Best Android Smartphone for Your Network (October 2014)

    Still no Sony Xperia phones mentioned. Most of my friends have been moving from iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones over to the Xperia Z2 and Z3 over the last few months and everyone seems to really like them.

    The Z3 mini also looks great. The only high end phone with a small screen on the market.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Testing: The Moto 360 Android Wear Smartwatch

    @CJay: Yeah I assume that must be it. I am in the UK as well, and the battery life was my main concern. 24 hours with ambient off seems fine!

  • AtomicEdge commented on Testing: The Moto 360 Android Wear Smartwatch
    The default setting for Ambient Mode is "off" for a reason. Without the screen on all the time, the Moto 360 runs for about 12-13 hours. That's maybe okay for a work day, but what if you don't charge it right away after getting home? A G Watch can last more than 24 hours with the screen always on. Without ambient mode, the Moto 360 can go a full 24 hours as well.

    I'm a little bit confused by that paragraph. It says that with the ambient mode off, that the Moto 360 runs to 12-13 hours, yet at the end of the paragraph it states that without ambient mode the Moto 360 can go a full 24 hours.

    Is the first bit of that paragraph inaccurate, or the last bit?

  • AtomicEdge commented on Google Play App Roundup: Noyze Volume Panel, Goat Simulator, and daWindci Deluxe

    I certainly have wondered what it would be like to be a boat, but I don't think Goat Simulator is going to help me with that!

    Typo: "You can go ahead and say you've never wondered what it's like to be a boat, but we all know that's a dirty lie."

  • AtomicEdge commented on Looking for a Destiny Clan?

    Hey guys, I've set up a Destiny clan for a few friends, and I thought I would see if anyone fancied joining us. We are a group of adults who will mostly be playing casually. If you want a group for missions and things, why not join in! This game is much more fun with a fireteam!

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  • AtomicEdge commented on Apple Announces Its Watch Collection, Launching 2015

    I think it looks ugly. Like fat and dumpy as opposed the sleek, which you expect from Apple.

    As for features, I don't care about fitness information at all, I just want a decent way to get e-mail, SMS, hangouts and twitter alerts. Any maybe change my music/pause an audiobook.

    I think the problem is Apples "all together" approach doesn't really work on a watch, where as Androids "anything goes" idea is better suited. Everyone uses a smart phone in pretty much the same way, but going watches can fill many roles. Fitness, business, fashion. Etc. You need more specific changes than a different band or choice of metal to fill those roles.

    Also, $350 will be for the small version with a plastic strap. The large gold one is going to be thousands!

  • AtomicEdge commented on The Best Android Smartphone for Your Network (August 2014)

    I find it very interesting that best android phone write-ups almost never mention the Xperia phones.

    I did a lot of research when I got my phone, and on pretty much every metric, the Xperia Z2 came up as the best of the bunch. I love it to pieces, and the build quality really is fantastic.

    Are the Xperia phones hard to get hold of in the US or something?

  • AtomicEdge commented on So I designed a new logo...

    Yep! That is pretty awesome! Good job!

  • AtomicEdge commented on Testing: OnePlus One Android Smartphone

    These guys seem to have made a great handset, but their ability to get units out are really hurting them. By the time they are able to meet demand, this unit is going to be an old model. Assuming the Nexus program is still on the cards, we should be hearing about a Nexus 6 in a couple of months.

    As for the unit itself, I like the look of it, and the battery life sounds VERY appealing. But the 5.5" screen just seems to big for me. I think 5" is my upper limit.

    I almost wish that all phone manufacturers made a deal. No spec bumps for 2 years, and just work on making batteries better. Obviously it would never happen, but a phone that could just about last 2 days instead of one would be a big improvement. At least as that battery ages you can still get a full day out of it.

    As it is, my iPhone 5 (launch model) makes it to about 5 pm with very minimal use (on wifi, a few texts, bit of e-mail). I have to have it plugged in all day at my desk.

  • AtomicEdge commented on A question about Android Launchers

    @tom032792: Interesting! You have a guide handy?

  • AtomicEdge commented on Any updates on new Tested merch?

    Yeah, I am going to "go gold" once some merch I want pops up.

  • AtomicEdge commented on More Mods to Tackle Spam?

    @will Any thought on the premium members forum idea? Most of the people who post round here premium anyway.

  • AtomicEdge commented on Twitter android app?

    I need to try Plume. The biggest casualty in the iOS to Android conversion was definitely TweetBot.