Posts From Justin Marden
SwiftKey is an amazing keyboard. I was an alpha tester from day one, and it’s come a long way. It’s eye-pleasing, easy to use, and it just works. Well, the SwiftKey team has updated their keyboard, and they’ve included some awesome tablet functionality.
We’ve just gotten word from our friends over at TmoNews about a (sorta) new Samsung device coming to T-Mobile, and it’s sure to upset a lot of people. It’s the Vibrant Plus, and it’s essentially an upgraded version of the original Vibrant.
If you’ve never used LogMeIn, you’re missing out. LogMeIn’s Android app allows users to view their desktops from an Android device. Until now, it was only designed with smartphones in mind. But LogMeIn has recognized the tablet trend, and they’re not wasting any time.
Ahh, the Galaxy S2. We’ve heard whispers of the successor to the original Galaxy S, and it looks like we finally have a date, or at least a time frame, for its release. Rumor has it that the Galaxy S2 will be shown off at Mobile World Congress, which is in Barcelona next month.
Augmented reality is really an advanced concept. It’s not advertised nearly enough, though. Well, it’s getting a little recognition today. Augmented Planet held an awards competition of sorts, to name the best augmented reality apps. W
We’ve found some shots of a new Samsung device that’s rumored to be headed to MetroPCS. The only name we have to go on at the moment is the mmodel number, SCH-R910. It’s essentially another Galaxy S phone, with a few exceptions: it runs Froyo, and it has CDMA and LTE radios.
I know what you’re thinking: “Honeycomb was just announced last week, and now we’re hearing Ice Cream rumors?” Well, yes.
[Tablet_AIO_Image_FINAL] MSI has pulled off the covers for its WindPad 100A tablet. It runs Android (unclear which version) with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, GPS, and of course WiFi. There’s also some 3G compatibility, but no announcements regarding carriers.
Trend Micro is a respected and well-organized antivirus software company. They primarily work with computers, but we’ve just gotten a press release from them, and it looks like they’re jumping
It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for since Andy Rubin showed off a curious little tablet at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference. That’s right, Motorola has officially announced the XOOM tablet for Verizon.
We’ve been hearing a lot about a few LTE Android devices for Verizon, like the HTC Thunderbolt (aka Incredible HD) and of course the Moto XOOM tablet. But Motorola apparently had another trick up its sleeve, and it’s called the Droid Bionic.
Well, we knew it would happen sooner or later. The Logitech Revue has been rooted. I’m going to stop right there and give you a more than fair warning. This isn’t for the faint of heart.
Samsung has (finally) announced the WiFi only version of their popular Galaxy Tab device. It’ll be available for purchase “in Q1 2011”, so sometime in the next 3 months.
Another Windows Mobile device has gotten Gingerbread. The HTC Vogue has gotten a Gingerbread port, and it’s fully working, minus the camcorder. Check it out!