My love affair with cell phones began 7 years ago at the age of 19. I purchased the Samsung SPH-N200 and signed up with Sprint. I had just moved into my first apartment and this was my main source of communication with the outside world. Little did I know how this technology ... Read More »
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Google Android is equipped with a powerful browser built from the WebKit open source project. WordPress is one of the most popular open source publishing applications. This site is currently powered by WordPress 2.7.1 and I own a T-Mobile HTC G1 so I wanted to test ... Read More »
When T-Mobile first released the HTC G1, many of the early adopters were Linux users and fans of open source. One of the most sought after features for Android, was the ability to gain root access to the G1. After root access was gained, users began ... Read More »
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If you took a new, high powered phone and matched it up with a 2yr old budget GPS, which device do you think would win? Surely the new phone must be more powerful, have all the bells and whistles, and improve upon the user interface, right? TeleNav recently released their GPS Navigator ... Read More »
Did you know the 71MB available for installing applications on your G1 is actually a feature? By limiting the number of apps you can install, you can also limit peoples purchases. This way only the top apps will get used and all the small developers will stop making apps. Sounds kind of stupid, right?
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T-Mobile has been offering the myFaves calling plans for awhile, but I always thought the minutes were limited. With a myFaves plan, you get unlimited minutes to any 5 numbers you pick. This includes both landlines and calls to other networks. Once a month you are allowed you update your “Fave 5″. This sounds like ... Read More »
Android Market is growing by leaps and bounds almost daily. Market is growing so quickly it can often be a challenge to find the good applications from the bad. Here is a list of 10 applications that I have found worth keeping. Hopefully you will find an application or two you haven’t heard of and ... Read More »
The first Android Developers Challenge was the birthplace for some of the most popular applications in the Market. One of the finalist that caught my eye was BioWallet. It was a biometric security app that protected your information with iris and handwriting recognition.
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There are now several hundred themes you can install to customize the look of your G1 home screen. What about decorating the outside of your Android phone though? Each day, I am finding new colorful designs for snap-on cases for the G1. Each one of these cases is made from plastic and snaps onto the ... Read More »
This week we will be recapping all the major carriers’ plans to launch Android phones. I decided to start with Sprint because they are most likely the next major US carrier to join the Android revolution. Along with T-Mobile, Sprint is the only other US carrier to join the Open Handset Alliance. ... Read More »