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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Air Display is an app that turns your iPhone or iPad into an extra display for your iMac or MacBook. Download the app to your iPad, and the corresponding program to your computer, connect to the same Wi-Fi and you're all set. Simply drag windows off the side of your Mac's screen, and they switch seamlessly to the iPad or iPhone. You can then use the Mac's keyboard or mouse to control what's going on on the iPad screen, or tap the iPad's touchscreen to control Firefox, Adobe Photoshop or any program you like. Flash plays like a charm, too, which may set a few veins throbbing in Steve Jobs' glistening pate.

A wireless impact-absorbing co-molded case for iphone se carrier might argue that it's only fair to ask all smartphone customers to chip in the full price of a data plan since it costs billions of dollars to build these networks, Operators may also argue that it only makes sense to force subscribers to sign up for a data plan if they have a smartphone, because the phone is designed to do much more than make phone calls and send text messages, But the reality is that for frugal consumers, using a hand-me-down device and accessing the Internet only when in a Wi-Fi hot spot is a much more affordable way to use a smartphone..

The 6-inch screen makes the V30 a pretty large phone, and not terribly easy to use with one hand, unless that hand's pretty big. Still, the V30 can probably fit into your jeans pocket. The polished metal band isn't easy to grip, and the rough edges around the USB-C port dug into my finger a bit. The metal volume buttons have a satisfying click. The phone's glass back catches the light beautifully, exposing the texture of the material underneath. Just a shame about that AT&T logo. LG sells an unlocked version for roughly the same price that works on every network.

It was a little over a year before the first Android phone arrived, during which time an incredible amount of hype swirled, and people wondered whether Android would have the power to overtake the recently unveiled iPhone, The T-Mobile G1 didn't quite manage to topple Apple's effort, but impressed us nonetheless -- we praised the physical keyboard and the Android Market (now Google Play), which let you easily add extra apps to your phone, HTC was responsible for pushing Android into the limelight, with popular phones such as the HTC Desire putting impact-absorbing co-molded case for iphone se Android into the hands of many more shoppers, Last year's Samsung Galaxy S2 was another mega-hit, and paved the way for this year's equally impressive Galaxy S3..

Automatic sleep tracking works, basically. But..Pebble's fitness tracking feels like a bonus feature more than the main event, and that's where many people will get turned off from the start. Pebble doesn't have any of its own fitness watch faces, meaning you'll have to find a third-party one that works for you if you want at-a-glance data without clicking down into Pebble's app menus. There are tons of watch faces on Pebble's app store, many of them fitness-related, and some tap into the Pebble's onboard heart-rate data, but they mostly look terrible, and aren't easy to look at or use. A few are keepers. They tend to have a home-made, throwback, slightly ugly aesthetic. Pebble's watchfaces aren't easy to swap out, either, and can't be easily be customized with complications -- bits of at-a-glance data. Some watch faces support customizations, but you'll have to hunt for a solution. I'd kill for a handful of good baked-in Pebble fitness watch faces.