CNET backs up task killers

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    I'm kinda surprised cnet is pushing atk on the android platform this much. I guess they don't understand how android works. No wonder so many people have misguided understandings of the os an how it handles its running applications.
     
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    I've never found C|Net to be very useful IMO. Of course, YMMV.
     
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    CNet recommends using ATK and I recommend holding the iPhone the way that makes the signal die.
     
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    For an article to have merit the source needs to be reliable and unbiased.
     
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    Agreed, not many people over at CNET are as 'tech savvy' as you would expect. Not to mention they are predominantly Apple fanboys...