Samsung Galaxy Prevail Review

If you are in the market for an inexpensive Android device, you might want to check out the Samsung Galaxy Prevail. The Samsung Galaxy Prevail is only $180 on Boost Mobile.

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Review: TeamViewer

With Teamviewer, there are a number of things that you can do: connect to your own PC, or connect to friends' PCs. The aim of being able to connect to some else’s PC is that you can either setup programs, show someone what they need to do, or repair their PC.

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Keep Your Passwords Safe on Your Android Device with SafeWallet

I recently had the privilege to check out SafeWallet, an app that helps to keep all your online passwords for different sites and services safe and secure in one place.  Check out my review after the break.

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The WiFi XOOM Gets the Google Movie Player…But No Movies?

This morning I awoke to a brand new application in the Android Market: Google Video.  I can browse movies and even see the ones that I have on my XOOM, but it takes me to the web interface and not a native rental store.  Plus, the Market states that only the Verizon version (say that... Read More

Never Forget to Give a Caller an Important Message with CallReminder

If you are like me, you have been in the situation where you have been charged with passing along an important message or critical info to someone the next time you talk with them on the phone. And, also like me, you have been in the situation where you have forgotten to pass said info along ...

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Get Your Newspaper Fix with PressReader

About two weeks into playing with my Motorola XOOM, I realized that my Android usage was starkly different on tablet than it is on a handset.   The types of applications I was using on a 10-inch tablet were more geared to consumption of data.  Be it magazines, books, web, or news apps, I ...

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Thrutu Updates Android App so you can get Paid! (among other things)

Have you ever had someone on the phone that owed you money say, "I'll pay you back next time I see you.", only to have them avoid you in person? I think we all have, but now there is a solution for Android users to get their money back and much more with the latest update to the Thrutu app.

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Review: Samsung Droid Charge

After using the Droid Charge for some time, I am left with some mixed feelings. To start, the Droid Charge was not released with any mind-blowing specs; they were about the same as phones released in 2010. With the Charge, I experienced great earphone and speakerphone quality as well as great ...

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The Sonos/MOG Marriage is so much Win.

Recently, MOG and Sonos announced a partnership that allows Sonos owners to subscribe and listen to music provided by huge catalog the MOG has. As God as my witness, when I got my Sonos units, I said to anyone who would listen, "The only thing this kit is missing is MOG integration, when that ...

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Sonos, Where Have You Been All My Life? (Sonos App and Hardware Review)

Before I begin my gushing discourse of the love I have for Sonos and it's newly minted Android controller app, I have to diclose the fact that Sonos sent me a review unit to use, of which that I do not have to return to them. So simply put, I have to disclose that they gave me free stuff. ...

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App Review: Guerrilla Bob

Tired of Angry Birds? If so, go try Guerrilla Bob! Guerrilla Bob by Angry Mob Games is the ultimate 3rd person shooter game for Android. Not only does this game become very addicting, the graphics are unbelievable! With three modes to play:

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Tablet Tweaks in CyanogenMod 7

Do you have CM7 on your Tablet? Or do you just want some cool tweaks for your phone? In the final release of CyanogemMod 7 (version 7.0.0), there is a new section in the CM settings called “Tablet Tweaks”. In this new category there are three options, Bottom Status Bar (places your ...

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Google Translate Update Brings More Text-to-Speech Functionality

Recently posted from the Google Mobile Blogspot, the latest update of the Google Translate app for all Android devices running 2.1 and up includes better text-to-speech functionality. In this update, Google has enhanced the text-to-speech for 15 languages and added three new languages to the pack.

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3G Watchdog Keeps an Eye on Your Data Usage

In the age of data caps and throttled speeds, Android users are forced to keep an eye on their data usage any way they can.  I’ve found a pair of great apps to help me in 3G Watchdog and its premium version, 3G Watchdog Pro ($3.25 US).   The basic concept of 3G Watchdog is... Read More

Review: Typo Clock (Widget)

Typo Clock a great option if you’re looking for a big clock widget. Typo Clock is very clear and provides a unique look to your phone’s home screen. Typo Clock is (unfortunately) not in the Android Market, although I have provided a QR code and a link to download this application ...

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