Feedback Loop: Camera advice, smartphone battery life and more!

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Feedback Loop: Camera advice, smartphone battery life and more!

Happy Saturday! Here's a fresh edition of Feedback Loop for your reading pleasure. This week we talk about suggestions for the best point-and-shoot cameras, battery life in the Nexus 5 and Moto X, streaming shows through TiVo's mobile apps and using Bluetooth with multiple devices at the same time.

Best digital camera to use in auto mode?

There are many digital cameras on the market with all sorts of bells and whistles. But what if you truly just want a point-and-shoot? Which camera takes the best photos while in auto mode? Head over to the forums and help Dignan17 search for a new camera.

Nexus 5 vs. Moto X Battery Life

Mcduo wants to upgrade his Moto X, but is worried that a new Android phone will force him to compromise on battery life. Which devices should he look at that have a lot of horsepower and can hold a charge all day? Let him know right here.

Streaming shows through TiVo's mobile apps

I love baseball. I love it even more when I can watch it in my backyard! That's why I was pleasantly surprised by the viewing experience using TiVo's iOS app. Are you using any streaming services provided by your TV provider? Sound off here.

Bluetooth with multiple devices?

Let's say you have one of those fancy new Android Wear smartwatches that's paired to your smartphone through Bluetooth. HasanH007 wants to know what happens when you try to make a call using your car's Bluetooth calling feature instead of the Wear watch on your wrist? If you've got some insight, head here to share it.

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