March 29, 2015

Zii Optimized Android Handset to Debut in December

Creative Technology’s Zii endeavor appears to be picking up steam and Android looks to be an integral part of its future.  After starting out with the ZiiEGG back in the summer, Creative has expanded to other devices like the MediaBook. ...

Audio Issues Plaguing Droid Owners

We’ve seen a few reports of Droid owners experiencing audio issues with ringers and sms volume over the last few days.  Apparently, it’s not something isolated to a select few users and affects people in different ways.  The most ...

Leaving T-Mobile Behind for Verizon Droid

Anyone following the invasion of the Droid can see a plethora of reviews on PhoneDog, Gizmodo, Boy Genius Report among others.  So I will spare you the redundancy since those guys do reviews for a living and are much better at it than I.  What ...

February Release for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

The sexiest Android handset we’ve seen so far it the Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson.  Officially announced only days ago, we’re anxious to find out three things – Who is going to carry it?  When is it coming out?  And most ...

Can Hardware Keep Up With Android?

Since the G1 rolled out a year ago, there’s one question that continues to burn the cilia of my ear. “Does the phone lag?” Why does this bother me so much? It seems like a fair question, doesn’t it? Does it lag? Well, why ...

Duarlander Promises Consistent Android Experiences

The issue of Android fragmentation is a legitimate one but has a much greater effect on developers than consumers.  We, as consumers, want your app to work on our phone, period.  Your job as a developer is to insure that it does just that.  ...

Book of Phone Wars 1:1

A recent article detailing the release of the Droid included this sentence. So, at midnight last night, the world experienced Android 2.0 for the very first time.  And the world was happy. The last sentence had a very Biblical tone or maybe I ...

iPhone or Droid? [COMIC]

This one’s so much better than the last one I posted (see Darth Droid Meets the iPhone). Hope you enjoy it! Oh, and if you haven’t already, you should totally add xkcd.com to your list of frequently visited sites. It’s nothing ...

Dell’s Mini 3 Headed to China Mobile This Month

Dell finally confirmed they’re in the smart phone game today. An official announcement from the PC maker shows them inking partnerships with two of the largest mobile carriers in the world. Starting later this month (November), over 500 ...

An Open Letter to Droid Owners

Welcome Droid Owners. It’s great to have you here. You might be reading this on your home computer or possibly on your 3.7-inch touch-sensitive display with a resolution of 854480 pixels, 16 million color depth with a physical screen ...

‘Bump’ Arrives for Android

Bump is one of those apps used to make us jealous of Apple.  It wasn’t because the iPhone could do things that our G1s and myTouch 3Gs couldn’t, but because we didn’t have the app.  If you’re not familiar with Bump, it ...

App Review: Lucid

Lucid is a dreamy game with a simple concept and levels that are increasingly difficult to master.  First let’s talk about what Lucid is not.  It is not a racing game, jumping game, or any kind of first person shooter.  Your objective ...

Archos 5 in the Real World

Let me first say that I have always been an early adopter.  From my first Tandy Color Computer II to one of my latest automobile purchases, the great Mazda RX-8, I am on the hunt for the next big thing and the products that are just a little ...

App Review: Astraware Sudoku

Astraware’s Sudoku for Android is an app for true “Sudokuphiles”. I say that not to imply that only a true Sudoku fan would agree with the $4.99 price tag it bears on Android Market, but because a true fan will appreciate the ...