After waking up to what I thought would be a typical Sunday (slow), I was surprised by a very nice treat from Youtube. The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is one of the most affordable options for a Honeycomb tablet this year, with specs that should get the ... Read More »
The HTC Thunderbolt should be the first Verizon 4G LTE phone, but the Motorola Droid Bionic might be the better overall phone if you are willing to wait a couple more months. Our resident Droid expert Sean Riley already gave his first impressions of the Bionic, but we also ... Read More »
3 reasons why NVIDIA won round 1 of the multi-core wars, and why they might win the next couple rounds as well
I am a fan of mobile technology. That is the reason I was drawn to purchase the T-Mobile G1 and it’s also the reason I started this blog. Over the years I’ve authored some pretty opinionated articles and have been accused of being a fanboy for HTC, T-Mobile, and now NVIDIA, but the only club ... Read More »
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An oft repeated sight at CES this year was a dual-core phone or tablet hooked up to a 50″+ TV to display either games or 1080p video to the amazement of all that would behold it.
I had grown so accustomed to it that it took being home for a brief period to ... Read More »
We are too lazy (or is it busy?) to do our own weekly video podcast, but thankfully Scotty Brown from Radio Android is there to fill that void. Tune in to tonight’s show at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET to hear our recap of CES 2011. Clark and I will join ... Read More »
We missed last week’s Midweek Madness and today’s was a little late, but I think we have prize that most Android geeks will love. I was at CES 2011 when the mobile computing revolution began and I scored some memorabilia to share with our audience.
While I was at NVIDIA’s booth they gave ... Read More »
Every Android blogger has their own niche and mine is the bleeding-edge technology of high-end smartphones. I am a passionate early adopter who gets excited about waiting in line on day one to pick up a new phone.
This past week at CES I actually skipped most of the carrier press events because I ... Read More »
The technology for wireless charging has been around for decades, but we haven’t seen it in many phones yet because the industry could not agree on a universal standard. Just like many companies decided to adopt micro USB for wired charging, they have now agreed to go with Qi (pronounced “chee”) as the international standard ... Read More »
Qualcomm is not a consumer-facing company, but they are starting to slowly change that strategy as this past week they hosted a bloggers roundtable at CES to show off their upcoming dual-core Snapdragon processors. I was so eager to attend that I actually skipped Verizon’s LTE event, but unfortunately I did not find what I ... Read More »
Stopping by the NVIDIA booth ,we got to take a quick look at the recently announced Acer Iconia. The Iconia we played with was running on Android 2.2, though we were promised that Acer will be waiting to launch the tablet so that they have time to load up Honeycomb. The Acer Iconia’s hardware was ... Read More »