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left-handed people

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How to use the Galaxy S6 Edge left-handed

If you're left-handed, you can switch around the screen of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge to fit how you hold the phone.

By April 10, 2015

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Apple criticized by left-handed org over iPhone 4

The Left-Handers Club suggests that with the iPhone 4's alleged left-handed issues, Apple should hire some left-handed designers.

By June 26, 2010

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Is it time for a left-handed MacBook?

Apparently, there are people out there who get very upset that all the MacBook's ports are on the left-hand side.

By January 10, 2009

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Why you should try an alternative keyboard layout

Because it's fun and possibly more efficient.

By May 27, 2015

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How to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

Choosing between the S6 and S6 Edge is one thing; you also need to learn how to use your new smartphone. Let CNET show you how.

By April 10, 2015

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Samsung aims for variety with Galaxy S6, leaked photo suggests

Images leaked to CNET Korea allegedly show off the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6, including an Edge-style screen variant of the smartphone.

By February 5, 2015

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Does the Apple Watch adapt for lefties? Mostly

Apple showed off its new Watch with a presentation full of right-handed watch wearers, but lefties aren't being left out in the cold. It will work on the other wrist, with a slight compromise.

By September 10, 2014

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For data-driven Oakland A's, the 'IT coach' sets the defense

For eight years, A's coach Tye Waller has been collecting data on opposing players and methodically building an application that gives the team an advantage on defense and on the bases.

By August 17, 2014

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iTunes replacements for Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS

Ecoute offers a simple, attractive alternative for Macs and iPhones to Apple's 800-pound-gorilla media player, while MediaMonkey lets you manage your iTunes tracks and other media files in Windows via an Explorer-like interface.

By June 27, 2013

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Which ear you hold your cell phone to may reveal brain dominance

Researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit say that, similar to handedness, most people who hold their cell phones to their left ear are right-hemisphere dominant and vice versa.

By May 17, 2013