Although I love the protection and grip that the hard BodyGlove case gives my T-Mobile G1 with Android, there is something to be said for the sleek, unprotected look of a G1.With the phone unprotected, I am less envious of the sleek iPhone design. And as a dedicated klutz, I’m also ... Read More »
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Facebook and Twitter have a lot of pictures of people who may be in your T-Mobile G1 with Google contact list. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way for your 3G enabled smart phone to go out to these services and synchronize the photograph attached to your contact with the one ... Read More »
Were you a fan of the board game Risk? Did you ever have a secret fantasy that you could take over the world? Would you like to do both at the same time and do it all via the touch screen interface of your T-Mobile G1?
If you do, Aevum Obscurum is the ... Read More »
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One of the most fun things to do with your T-Mobile G1 with Google is to customize the overall appearance and functionality of the home screen. aHome is currently the most popular home replacement in the Android Market.
If customization is your passion, aHome is your home replacement. It even includes a Cupcake like soft ... Read More »
I have been intrigued with e-books ever since I had my first PDA, the Palm V. Unfortunately I seem to be in the minority. We have the technology to carry around our entire music collection in our pocket but there hasn’t been much interest in carrying around all of our reading material. ... Read More »
With the current financial situation people are hesitant to invest in stocks. Bad news from Wall Street is an everyday occurrence. Even blue chip stocks, the once mighty foundation of investment strategies, have taken a tumble. With that in mind Chicken Brick Studios, creators of the popular Plox: Tower Defense game, have developed Market Millionaire. ... Read More »
The Android based T-Mobile G1 with Google allows you to set a unique ring tone for each person in your contact list. It doesn’t, however, allow you to set a unique SMS, or text message, tone for each person. This could be handy if you are busy, and need to know whether the SMS you ... Read More »
Battle for Mars is one of the more expensive games you’ll find on the Android market, but it’s well worth it. The character art is funny and unique, it works well with the controls on the G1, and, best of all, it’s based on one of the best video games ever made, Advance Wars.
The ... Read More »
Have you ever been staying at a hotel in an unfamiliar city and wanted to go exploring without worrying about finding your way back? Have you ever walked by a shop or restaurant and thought “Wow, I’d really like to come back here?” Do you walk or bike and sometimes wonder whether you might have ... Read More »
Have you ever found yourself out wishing you could download a file from your FTP server? How about wanting to store a downloaded file on a shared FTP server so co-workers could have access? Has the call ever come telling you that permissions on one file are preventing your entire website from working properly? Read More »