4-inches, 4.65-inches, 5.3-inches, when will it all end? When we decide they are too big and stop buying them, that’s when. When the HTC EVO 4G came out at 4.3-inches, people wanted more. The Galaxy Nexus checked in at 4.65, people are wanting more. Now we have the Galaxy Note at 5.3, and the rumored LG Optimus Vu at 5-inches but with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Those are big phones. Everyone [Read More...]
What would you think if your carrier offered full integration of your mobile account on your computer? Giving you all of your phone capabilities from your desktop or laptop, and made it all free?
We all know that using a cell phone while driving is super dangerous, and in more and states than not, laws are in effect that make it illegal to do so. In fact, 40 states have some sort of hands-free law in effect, meaning that if you’re going to be talking on the phone while driving a vehicle, you must not have the phone in your hand. Luckily, newer cars come [Read More...]
No one likes to open their mailbox and find a pile of junk mail and solicitations in their box, right? The folks at Readabl have come up with a rather interesting solution with their PaperKarma application. The concept behind the application is quite simple, you create an account, scan the information from the junk sender, and upload it through the application. In order to create an [Read More...]
Do you love watching soccer, I mean football? I’ve never been a huge fan, but I’ll always tune into the World Cup. Earlier today I said that Gameloft had not release an Android game in awhile, but I was quickly corrected when someone told me that Real Soccer 2012 just launched.
The game is available for free and Gameloft is supporting a wide variety of devices, including the new Galaxy Nexus. Real Soccer [Read More...]
LinkedIn, the business professionals choice in social networking, is set to introduce advertising into their mobile applications according to their Chief Executive.
On an earnings call this week, Jeff Weiner said that the company is ready to “start to introduce advertising in our mobile solutions.” No timeframe was offered for this, but he went on to talk extensively about the mobile opportunities for the network.
Rumours are rife around [Read More...]
If you are still undecided what to get your significant other this Valentine’s, we don’t exactly have the ideal solution today, but you can start off by following our advice. And our advice would be to go for [Read More...]
HTC may be about to make smartphone history with the world’s first quad-core handset, if the latest reports from veteran phone blog MoDaCo are to be believed. According to MoDaCo’s source, the manufacturer will soon unveil the HTC Endeavor, and it’ll be powered by a beastly quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. Other reported specs include 1GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch, 720p display, an 8MP main camera and 1.3MP front-facer. Connectivity-wise, Wifi a/b/g/n [Read More...]
Google is working hard to expand its influence, and plans to stay relevant with the way we interact with people, information and objects. Projects like Android@Home and Google Fiber are proof of such, but the Search Giant is not stopping there. Google’s most recent filing with the FCC revolves around a “next generation personal communications device,” which further displays Google’s commitment with their recent jump into hardware manufacturing.
We have recently [Read More...]
The Motorola Droid 4 is now available from Verizon’s website (and will be in stores in just a few short hours) for $ 199 on contract. As the name implies, this is the fourth phone in the line that for all intents and purposes put Android on the map.
As you’ll recall from our hands-on at CES, the Droid 4 takes the classic Droid stylings — a larger screen [Read More...]