Evan Selleck

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Evan Selleck

Evan is a Contributing Editor for PhoneDog. He's been in the mobile industry for more than seven years, in one capacity or another. He's always had a passion for technology as a whole, but smartphones will always hold a special place of interest for him. He's a father, a student, and a lover of food. His other passions include hockey, soccer, baseball, video games, and movies. He'll talk your ear off about all of those things, if you give him the chance.

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Apple iPhone 6s

Do you use Apple's stock apps?

At some point in recent years, Apple decided that it really wanted to give services a shot. Since then, things like the stock Maps, Mail, iCloud, and a variety of other offerings from Apple have seen...
Motorola Nexus 6

Should Google sell Nexus smartphones through carriers?

Recently, a report cropped up that suggested Google has some changes in store for its Nexus lineup, at least as far as its smartphones are concerned. In it, we’re told that the Mountain View-based...
Microsoft Universal Apps

Can Microsoft bounce back with its universal app platform?

Microsoft’s vision for the mobile industry has taken quite a few forms over the years. It’s hard to ignore that there is a distinct separation of time and place: Before the iPhone, and after. Before...
HTC One M8

Bring the dual-camera system to the iPhone 7, Apple

As 2016 kicked off, the Rumor Mill saw fit to start gracing us with even more reports on Apple’s next flagship smartphones, what are expected to be called the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Some of the...
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL

Are you bored with your smartphone?

It was only a matter of time, but eventually technology was always going to catch up to the hype. To the spectacle. For those of you out there who can remember the arrival of the original iPhone,...
HTC One M9

Don't call it a comeback, HTC

Another year, another laundry list of smartphones from a variety of different manufacturers to start looking forward to. Samsung, Motorola, LG, Apple, and, hopefully, HTC. That last company is...
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge

Is your phone good enough to keep you from upgrading this year?

It seems like only yesterday that two-year contracts were still the routine at the major wireless carriers in the United States. A staple for so many years, it’s almost strange to look at the lay of...
LG G4

What was your favorite Android phone of 2015?

Ah, selection. When it comes to Android it’s still one of the platform’s strongest selling points. That probably hasn’t always been the case, though. There used to be too many phones, not a lot of...
Samsung Galaxy S6

What do you want to see in Samsung's Galaxy S7?

We’re all just about ready to wrap up 2015 (right?), and as January 1 inexorably heads our way, the Rumor Mill is just now beginning to kick into gear as we prepare for new devices to land on our...
T-Mobile and Sprint

Did you switch carriers in 2015?

It’s been an interesting stretch of months for the wireless carriers in the United States, both big and small. A lot of different changes to the way plans are priced, data is handed out, and other...
Apple Pay

There might be too many mobile payment options already

A lot of you already know this, but I’m going to say it anyway: Mobile payments existed before Apple jumped into the game. Google’s been offering the ability to pay for things with your Android phone...
Huawei Nexus 6P

How would you change the Nexus 6P?

The Nexus 6P, the first Nexus-branded smartphone from Huawei, has been available for a bit of time now, probably more than enough for those who really wanted to buy it to get their hands on one. Plus...
iPhone 6s 3.5mm headphone jack

Should Apple ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack?

Apple is an odd company. Maybe a lot of companies are for a variety of different reasons, but Apple’s a company that has, for all intents and purposes, put itself in the odd zone. It’s a company that...
LG G4

Have you stuck it out with one Android manufacturer?

The very nature of Android means that there are options. And as more companies pop up selling their devices online, contract-free, those options keep expanding. There has never been a better time to...
Apple 3D Touch

Are you using 3D Touch at all?

Can you remember the first time that you used multitouch? The first time that you picked up a smartphone with a capacitive touchscreen display and used two fingers to pinch-to-zoom? You might, but I...

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