Magazines are becoming obsolete very fast due to the internet. However, they are starting to make their way to our mobile devices with services and applications like Zinio. The Magazines industry has their niche of people that really do enjoy reading a magazine. I personally have a handful of magazine subscriptions that, for some reason, [...]
People often ask me, “why do you love Android, but hate the iPhone?” I tend to have a differently worded answer every time, but the principle remains the same. “What makes Android better than iOS?” It’s simple: innovation. This breaks down into thousands (and possible millions) of different aspects, but I’ll try to give you [...]
In this day and age, information and knowledge is key and king. It is most certainly true now that smartphones are becoming more and more ubiquitous. What would you do if your phone was lost or stolen? Are you prepared to have all of your important data to fall into the hands of some complete [...]
It was 8:56am on Monday, August 15th, 2011 when I logged in to Google Talk for the first time that day. I had already done my morning ritual of checking AndroidHeadlines.com, Twitter, Google+ and News360 on my Asus Transformer. When I saw my good friend Russell Holly, who has his finger on the pulse of [...]
Ed Waters’ interest in computers and technology started at the ripe age of 15 when he received a Commodore 64 for Christmas. The Commodore 64 led him down the road of software hacking and eventually running his own BBS (Bulletin Board System). This experience would stick with Ed and lay the groundwork for his enthusiasm [...]
I am an Android Activist in many ways. It’s not restricted to just checking up on the news everyday, nor is it limited to my love of rooting and Rom’ing. Firstly, I’m an Android activist because I pull anyone and everyone I can into the ecosystem. I’ve gotten people who didn’t even care about a [...]
Do you ever find yourself fumbling around in the dark for your keys? Or perhaps you’re like me, and you sneak into your kitchen at night for a little snack, but you dare not risk turning on the lights and waking someone up. I stumbled across Tesla LED when I got my T-Mobile G2. I [...]
I was helping my cousin upgrade from a LG Neon to a Google Nexus One and she ran into an issue. All of her contacts were saved on her SIM. So I helped her transfer them to her Google account, now I’d like to share that information with you.