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Tom's favorite tech of 2017

Tom's Favorite Tech of 2017 2017 was big year for me. At the beginning of the year, I was living in Texas, working and administrative job and completing my Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology. It's the end of the year, and I'm living in Indiana, working an IT job during the day and writing for Android Central at night (and sleeping...sometime). The tech I've used has changed drastically over the course of the year, as my needs and tastes have changed.
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