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The Linux Desktop Came on Little Cat Feet

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Computer desktops let users do online banking, typically through browsers. Android applications offer specialized functionality obviating the need to “mobile-down” browser interfaces. Android phone built-in features extend functionality to do amazing things like depositing checks simply by taking pictures of the check. (It really works — we tried this this weekend! Cool!)

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