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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Have you replaced your small tablet with a huge phone?

One of the inescapable things about technology is that, eventually, something owned will get replaced. The market moves quickly, and devices come and go with relative ease. Plus, manufacturers want...

Starting from scratch may be the best bet for Samsung

At some point in 2015, Samsung is going to launch another Galaxy S smartphone. Some might bet it will be called the Galaxy S6 (or S 6), and some might be hoping it bears a different title. Why?...

I think I'm trapped with iOS

Sometimes, when I least expect it, I'll look at whatever device I might have lying around, stare at it for a few moments, and then realize out of the blue that I want to use something else entirely...

The iPhone 6 may be too slippery for its own good

I’ve been a fan of smartphones with 4.7-inch displays for awhile now. While the market has been inundated with devices with huge screens, that seem to just keep getting bigger, that specific screen...

Siri needs to take some cues from Google Now and Cortana

So, as my fellow editor, Anna, pointed out yesterday, Apple is not the company that’s known to be first across the board. They revolutionized the smartphone market years ago, and ever since they’ve...

Microsoft's biggest positive is its multi-platform support

Wearables have taken the technology world by storm as of late. It’s a growing market, and one that will continue to grow as technology improves within the small frames. Designs will — eventually —...

I still prefer stock keyboards

Finally, Apple opened up iOS. Sort of. Way more than it ever has been before, so that’s certainly worth something. While some might believe it had to happen eventually, I know that there were a lot...

For a Nexus, the Nexus 6 is too expensive

Finally, Motorola has made a Nexus smartphone. It’s been a long time coming, and if it wasn’t going to be Sony or HTC, then they were the best bet, as far as I’m concerned. I’ve been waiting to see...

I still don't play mobile games on my TV

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a video game console attached to a TV. It’s something that my dad fostered from the moment I could hold a controller, and ever since video games have been a...

Do you actually care about the specs anymore?

One of the benefits of being around for the smartphone revolution, aside from seeing some of the greatest technology crammed into ever thinning frames of metal and plastic, is watching it all evolve...

With Yosemite and iOS 8, it may be time to jump into Apple's ecosystem

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are bigger than their predecessors, and perhaps accordingly they also marked another record breaking launch for Apple. The new iPhones are, for a lot of people, what...

Are you buying a Nexus 6 or 9 just to get Android 5.0?

Yesterday was a pretty big day for Google, and they managed to make it a big deal without even having a huge event somewhere, with a ton of people sitting in a room taking notes and pictures and...

Did you buy a BlackBerry Passport?

I can honestly say, with a straight face, that I’m a BlackBerry fan. I’m the person that, despite the fact that I don’t own a BlackBerry currently, would love to see the company make a big comeback...

Did you end up getting rid of your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus?

For people who watch the smartphone news cycle, and keep tabs on all of the latest rumors and speculation, building up anticipation for a specific device can be inevitable. Whether we’re a fan of a...

Do you buy a new tablet every year?

First, there’s the iPhone (or iPhones, as it has been lately), but that’s never enough for Apple. They’ve got to sell us on even bigger screens with their tablet lineup, the iPad, a month later. It’...

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