Surface Duo: An Experience Review

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Having spent the past year reading about Surface Duo, I sat idly as Microsoft execs teased it, and watched the media unbox and review it. After finally receiving my own unit and using it for a month, I’m ready to share my take on what it’s like switching to this dual-screen device.

I’d like to get this out of the way first; this is not meant to be a review, at least not in the traditional sense. So I won’t be going into depth over the hardware, or the specs, or the software, and instead focus on what it’s been like actually using the device on a day-to-day basis. Be it at work, at home, or on the go.

If you must, this is an experience review of the Microsoft Surface Duo.

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NextGen Reader 2.0 review

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The sophomore version of what is arguably the best custom news/RSS reader on Windows is here, and it’s Windows 8.1-ready too!

NextGen Reader started as a Windows Phone 7 Google Reader app, which quickly grew in popularity due to its clean Metro looks, ease of use, diverse range of features and constant, regular updates. It has since carried that legacy on to Windows Phone 8, Windows 8, and now Windows 8.1.

Lets have a look and some of the new features available in version 2.0.

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