Power Rocks Magic Sticks These colorful cylinders look like they could be any sort of accessory, but they actually provide an emergency power source, because we know that having a dead phone during a road trip is an emergency. Power… Continue Reading
Smartphones and tablets have altered the way we think of phones and computers over the past few years. They have enabled us to have a mobile computer and internet connection with us at all times while taking up a fraction of the space.
One aspect of these amazing devices that is a pretty common denominator is the touchscreen. Touchscreens save space on the device, since a tangible keyboard isn’t necessary, and they also increase the range of functions a smartphone or tablet can perform.
As great of a technological advance as touchscreens are, they are still pretty delicate. And with all
Motorola has introduced a dock for your Motorola smartphone. Ideal for on the go, you can use the lapdock to work online, create and edit documents, access your apps, and participate in video conferencing–all powered via your Motorola Smartphone. This… Continue Reading
We’ve been waiting for the Motorola Droid Bionic for so long that it’s been hyped to near-mythical proportions. We first heard tell of the superphone at CES 2011, where Motorola came out with a cavalcade of powerful Android devices that… Continue Reading
I like to access my music all the time but there’s one problem. At over 178GB of music, I don’t have enough room on my smartphone. So I want a quick and easy solution to listening. I’m on Google’s Music… Continue Reading
Check out this walk-through of Google’s new Android Market
Just about everyone can use a smartphone to make their lives easier, and while there have been some scary reports in the media about smartphones being hacked and personal data being compromised, it really isn’t that difficult to keep your… Continue Reading
Check out this article from Engadget. Google Maps Transit Navigation beta for Android hands-on (Engadget) “Earlier this afternoon, Google pushed Maps v5.7 to the Android Market. The app’s Transit Navigation (beta) feature brings GPS stop-by-stop nav to public transit systems in over… Continue Reading
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play review by Engadget.
With Apple and Steve Jobs’ obsession with their devices, it makes you wonder if the manipulation of the locations of buttons and thickness is all part of some maniacal plan. With the release of the new white iPhone many have… Continue Reading
Calls to 150 different Verizon Wireless stores covering 22 major US cities has revealed that the HTC Thunderbolt may be outselling the iPhone. Walter Piecyk of BGIT Research conducted the study. It revealed that 61% of stores said that they were selling… Continue Reading
Apple iPad 2 is officially announced. The update includes a 1GHz dual-core A5 chip as well as two cameras. One camera will be in the rear of the device as well as, the highly anticipated, front facing camera. The updates… Continue Reading
HTC and Verizon are teaming up for a one-of-a-kind scavenger hunt revolving around the use of HTC handsets. Read more about the contest here.
Now, in case you’re not impressed by the blistering pace of 7-12 Mbps, here’s a story that might pique your interest… Continue Reading
Leveraging their purchase of Palm earlier this year, HP is on its way to getting in the smartphone game. Fans of Palm’s WebOS will be happy hear of the recent announcement that HP will be launching multiple handsets in early 2011, according to a press release out today. Continue Reading