Over the past year, Samsung has pushed its way to the top, becoming the most dominant force in the Android marketplace. While HTC, Motorola, Sony and LG struggle to maintain or gain market share, Samsung’s been busy creating a whole new category of phones that make even the Samsung Galaxy S III feel and look small. Last year, ... Read More »
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AT&T has been notably absent in the Android game, offering a pitiful offering of phones with the exception of the Nexus One… but that’s not really offered by AT&T. Fortunately for those AT&T users out there, there’s finally a crop of pretty good Android phones coming up, including today’s review: The HTC Aria ($130 with ... Read More »
I like to throw my biases on the table before I really get into anything, so here goes. I am a huge baseball fan. I love absolutely everything baseball. In fact, I had to drag myself away from MLB 10: The Show long enough to sit down and write this review. What was I doing ... Read More »
Dropbox is a name I’ve heard thrown around a lot in tech circles, and until now I thought it was just an Apple thing, as it was from those sites that the name has popped up the most. Most Mac-heads I know seem to love it, and after discovering and using its Android incarnation, I’m ... Read More »
Every once and awhile you just feel like blowing some stuff up.
Imagine… It’s 1994. You just got the “hottest” new Game Boy game: Pyramids of Ra. You’re so excited to play it but ah, drats, it’s time for bed. So, you grab your Handy Pak and crawl into bed, hoping that your mom doesn’t come in and catch you still ... Read More »
One of the criticisms of Android based devices that has often been leveled by corporate IT departments is security. With only pattern based security, by default, the number of possible pattern security combinations is fairly small. The chance of someone being able to replicate a default security pattern by watching an Android user unlock his ... Read More »
Deciding to switch from BlackBerry to the Android based G1 was not an easy decision. The reliability of the BlackBerry network, the familiar BlackBerry interface, and the library of apps that I’d come to rely on were all things that kept me from making a quick decision on the G1. After two months ... Read More »
Over the past few years, many people have become interested in tracking the amount of CO2 they personally create. For some, CO2 estimates help with making lifestyle changes. For others, the estimates of CO2 output helps in figuring out what carbon offsets to buy.
If you are interested in tracking your real time carbon dioxide ... Read More »
The native web browser for the T-Mobile G1 with Google is good. In fact, it is very good. However, some features, like the zoom buttons, get in the way of reading the text on web pages. Steel solves this and adds gesture based browser tools and a larger area for web browsing. In addition, Steel ... Read More »