If you own a T-Mobile G1 Phone, chances are you have used one of the applications that reads barcodes. ShopSavvy and CompareEverywhere are the two most popular applications that make use of scanning. Each one allows the user to take a snapshot of a product UPC using ... Read More »
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A recent headline “BlackBerry Storm Transformed into Google Android, Sorta” got me thinking. No, it wasn’t that certain news outlets are click-mongering hope stealers. It was about the future of Android. First, that the idea of a phone having a semi-portable, nameable operating system is a breakthrough in itself. A few years ago, the idea ... 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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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 »
When I first saw My Tracks in the Android Market, I quickly passed it over never thinking it was something I would find useful. Why do I need a program on my phone that records my GPS tracks? I already have a TomTom in my car. What is my phone going to ... Read More »
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 »