Hi AAM friends. I’m Brooks Barnard. I’m a graduate student at Washington State University. I’m married to a beautiful wife and we have two kids together. I enjoy watching sports, especially Formula 1 and BYU football. I also really really like me some Android.
I was born in San Diego, CA. During the ... Read More »
It may be a tad late; but, for those of you who’ve been waiting to see if Verizon would carry the real HTC One (not just the precursor Droid DNA), we have some great news.
Announced on the official Verizon Wireless news Twitter account, the HTC One, complete with 4G LTE, will be ... Read More »
Google has already announced that a Google Experience Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available on Google Play on June 26th for $649, but things could get a little more interesting. Leigh Momii, a Developer Evangelist at HTC has just posted a Tweet which takes a subtle jab at Samsung’s choice of construction materials while hinting that ... Read More »
AT&T is the king of exclusive phone launches, and this week they announced the LG Optimus G Pro would be available exclusively from their stores, for $199.99 with a two-year contract beginning May 10. We know why carriers love exclusive devices — they generate foot traffic in their retail stores, but why do hardware ... Read More »
As a follow up to an event invitation sent out early last week, LG has announced that their upcoming May 1 event in New York City will showcase the unveiling of the US LG Optimus G Pro.
It’s no secret that Samsung’s Galaxy Note series of devices has captured a fair share of success, but ... Read More »
Today T-Mobile announced several bold moves in an attempt to become America’s “Un-carrier.” As expected, they are ending contracts and device subsidies, offering simple unlimited plans, rolling out their new 4G LTE network, and offering the iPhone 5.
“These bold moves serve notice that T-Mobile is canceling its membership in the out-of-touch wireless ... Read More »
Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap to focus on new releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games you can install and start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know if you have any suggestions for ... Read More »
Image editing on-the-go has still not quite made the permanent leap to phones and tablets in a way that provides the user with as much control as desktop solutions. However, the desire for mobile editing hasn’t waned. With Adobe at the top of the game as far as desktop editing goes, it’s hard to ignore ... Read More »
Well it is time for me to get some new gear. I have been looking around but I am still pretty much in doubt.
At the moment I am in the market for some new gear (phone and tablet). But because there is so much hardware available I am just unable to ... Read More »
At what point does a phone make the transition into a tablet with calling capabilities? 5-inches? 5.5, 5.8, 6.3? Apparently Samsung is keen on figuring this out, with recent rumors suggesting the company plans on releasing a 5.8-inch phone that will fit nicely between the 5.5-inch Note II, and rumored 6.3-inch Note III.
Despite having ... Read More »