oh snap! this would be ill!
i don't know why but i found the obviously faked signature scene hilarious.
there was someone above whose path mirrored my own.
i owned the nexus one for 2 years. i was plenty happy with it and the updates it...
i "demand exynos" because it has the best name that i'm not quite sure how to pronounce.
I'm still on T-mo with an imported galaxy nexus.
maybe i'm crazy, but HSPA+ speeds (pentaband too) without the battery drain of an...
anyone else curious of which google app is blacked out on that folder view? i don't think any google icon is specifically personally...
also, call me crazy, but this kind of just sounds like a battery pack that you need to water. (and probably can't take on planes.)...
Wow. Huge. Awesome.
aw jeah! good luck good luck peoples!
Battery requirements are huge for this. Give it a mirasol display and inductive charging and you might have a usable product.
6 years ago in reply to Google Nexus Watch, anyone?
man, good thing this one is super easy to get into, as my score just keeps going down with all of the people and active conversations...
6 years ago in reply to Day 19: Galaxy Tab 8.9 (32GB)
yeah, this is good. i was pissed because i recently got pushed down below 35 (probably due to new people going gangbusters with comments...
6 years ago in reply to Day 16: Motorola Photon
big ups on androidandme posting full articles! these kinds of things usually suck because of publishers wanting those ad dollars.
boop boop boop. entry.
6 years ago in reply to Day 9: Win a Lenovo Thinkpad
man, too many old folk. well here's hope.
6 years ago in reply to Day 8: Lenovo IdeaPad K1
yeah, dude was an intern. pretty bold move to talk things up that he doesn't completely know as fact.
Like most things, transparency trumps all.
i understand why companies want this sort of feedback loop in place and how that can benefit...
Good to go?
ah jeah, OG certificate.
6 years ago in reply to Day 4: Win an ASUS Eee Pad Slider
6 years ago in reply to Day 3: Win a Sony Tablet S