Consumer Reports tested the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and found it to be a very good phone with one big flaw. When submerged for 30 minutes in water pressurized to 2.12 PSI, equivalent to the IP68 5-foot rating, the device had major water intrusion and ceased functioning.
If that wasn’t enough, they ... Read More »
Remember those 10 awesome 3D games that Gameloft released last week? Several did not work or failed to download, but Gameloft informed us the titles were accidentally published early and would be fixed over the weekend.
Gameloft just relaunched their Android store, so I thought I would try purchasing a couple titles ... Read More »
In a surprise move (to some), Sprint has reversed their earlier plans to carry Google’s Nexus One. Our friends over at Gizmodo are citing the upcoming release of the HTC EVO 4G as the reason, but let’s just call this what it is. The three largest carriers in the United States ... Read More »
The Backflip has no option to install applications from unknown sources (aka non-Market applications). This is important to note because every Android phone (that I know of) has included this as a default option of the Android OS.
How to avoid epic fail when ordering your new phone.