Sometimes you just can’t kill all those pigs with one bird or get past level 54. Game On is a new project from Made in Brooklyn Apps that will help you find out what really happens at the end of the games you just don’t have the time or skills to beat. Game On gives [...]
One of the most interesting products I saw at the Big Android BBQ this year was not a phone or a tablet. It was a plugin for the Eclipse development environment that allows you to simulate different sensor readings. A demonstration of the plugin was shown off at the Samsung booth.
I was looking for game to play on my phone when I stumbled upon BlockWorld, a sandbox game with great potential. Most gamers will recognize its similarities with Minecraft, the hit indie PC and game now available on the Xperia PLAY. Anyone with any Android phone can download BlockWorld, though, and its unique features and [...]
Typing on a touchscreen will never be the same as typing on a physical keyboard. On Android, though you can replace your default touchscreen keyboard, giving you the ability to type faster or in different ways. Developers have come out with innovative keyboards that will change the way you type forever. Here’s three that I [...]
Late again. I looked out the window and saw the sun brightly shining. 8:15. I was supposed to be at work 15 minutes ago. Expletive! Had my alarm not gone off? Had I not heard it? Had I slept through it? These were all questions that had no answer. I quickly dialed into work to [...]
Earlier this year I realized I was spending about seventy dollars every month on my cell phone service. Granted, your bill is probably higher, but as a single guy on an individual plan, this was way too much money to spend every month for a measly five hundred minutes.
Reading is not what it used to be. Not long ago, reading for class meant going down to a printer, a store with a line out to the curb, ordering what you needed and returning a few days later to pick it up. Usually with a dolly. In the age of the tablet, it is [...]
What does the future hold for Android? Software-wise, everybody is waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich to be released sometime before the end of 2011. Hardware-wise, it’s anyone’s guess, however looking at the past of Android hardware can reveal some clues as to what’s to come. The first generation of Android devices, such as the G1, were [...]