Diamond Multimedia AMP1000 Android Media Player Puts Android on HDTVs


Today, Diamond Multimedia launches their Android powered 1080P Media Player, the AMP1000. This media player is the 1st Android Powered 1080P media player on the market. The AMP1000 allows users to experience games, music, photos, ebooks, television, movies, Android apps and full Internet browsing with flash support on an HDTV. The AMP1000 has built-in Wi-Fi, which should go […]

Windows Phone Overtakes iOS in 2016? I Doubt It.


Let me preface by saying that despite owning more Apple products than the average Apple Fanboy, I dislike Apple. I respect Apple’s innovation of existing technology and their knack for getting the general public to buy in to their products. Their ecosystem is unparalleled and their fans are very passionate. For those reasons alone, I don’t buy […]

6 Months Later, I Still Love My Galaxy Nexus


Back in December 2011, I was very excited about the Galaxy Nexus just like everyone else. Many of the others that shared my excitement are past the Nexus and on to the next big thing now. Not me, I still love my Galaxy Nexus. Many awesome phones have popped up since I bought my Galaxy […]

Fitbit Aria WiFi Scale Review


The Fitbit Aria is a WiFi scale that is very similar to the popular Withings scale. It’s not necessarily related to mobile tech, but the way I am using it and the Fitbit Ultra in combination with my Galaxy Nexus is. I am using all the tools I have at my disposal to track my progress on […]

Safely Offers Awesome Phone Safety Tools for Parents


According to Safely, 75% of kids 12-17 have a cell phone. Most of the parents allow kids this age to carry cell phones for safety, but kids will be kids. I worry every day about my daughter who averages 5,000+ texts a month. I am always afraid that she is looking down at her phone while […]

LG Windows Phones Put on Hold, For Now


Did you even know that LG Manufactured Windows Phones? When I was checking out the Twitter chatter this morning, I was amazed at the amount of people out there that didn’t even realize LG even manufactured a Windows Phone device. I guess most people didn’t give Windows Phone a second look before Nokia started throwing […]

Google Drive Automatically Downloaded and Replaced My Google Docs App


Android users looking for the Google Docs app might be surprised to discover that it is missing. Google replaced Google Docs for Android with the new Google Drive app on many Android phones. Google Drive is a free online storage service from Google that keeps documents and data stored in the cloud, accessible by Android, […]

Instattoo – World’s First Tattoo Generator App


Custom Tattoo creation, there’s and app for that now. Today, Amidio Inc released Instattoo for iOS, the world’s first tattoo generator. Now you can use your iPhone or iPad to generate random, unique designs that can be printed and transferred to tattoo thermal transfer paper and turned into your own custom tat. This app doesn’t […]

Facebook Planning a Big Update for Windows Phone App


The Facebook for Windows Phone team is listening to users and promises a big update soon. On their own Facebook page this morning, the team announced some of the  v2.5 changes that are being tested now. The more important news is that they are reading comments and listening to users. The initial version of Facebook for […]

Otterbox Commuter Series for Samsung Galaxy Nexus


The Otterbox Commuter series is sleeker than the Otterbox Defender while still providing some great protection for your Galaxy Nexus. If you don’t need the stellar protection that the Defender Series of Otterbox cases is known for, the Commuter Series offers protection with a smaller price tag, a lighter and thinner design, and the same […]

Good News Verizon Customers, Windows Phone Love Seems Inevitable Now


Last week, Josh if the Nokia Lumia 900 could be Windows Phone’s “Droid”. I think with AT&T, it can well at a lower level, but there’s no way it will reach “Droid” status. It definitely won’t succeed at that level if an upgrade to Windows Phone 8 isn’t on the docket, which is unknown at this […]

Amazon is Selling Sprint 4G Phones for 1 Cent


Amazon is blowing out Sprint 4G models this month. You can grab one of seven hot Sprint phones until April 30th for 1 cent. Of course, like most of these cool deals, you have to be a new subscriber and sign a contract, which I believe includes a commitment to a $79.99 unlimited data plan. […]

Do You Want To Mount the iPhone on a DSLR?


I am not exactly sure why anyone would want to mount their iPhone to their DSLR, but there has to be a reason. Right? Steve Sande over at TUAW shares the Flash-dock, a new iPhone and DSLR accessory that attaches to the hot-shoe mount on the top of most DLSR cameras and explains why the developer of the Flash-dock thinks you need this […]

Verizon Wireless will turn on LTE in Tuscaloosa on April 19th


Yes, that is correct, Verizon Wireless announced today via press release that they will flip the LTE switch in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on April 19th, 2012. In addition to Tuscaloosa, they will hit Auburn, putting LTE in both of Alabama’s football cities. The fact that I will finally get Verizon LTE isn’t the big news here. […]

ChevronWP7 for Windows Phone Shuts Down. What Does Future Proof Mean?


On Friday, the guys behind ChevronWP7 announced that the program is now officially over. Those that participated in this program to unlock our Windows Phone devices were actually part of a “Beta Test” apparently. The program was put in place to give us an easy way to unlock our Windows Phone device. While many users like […]

Case-Mate Pop Case for Samsung Galaxy Nexus


I have been checking out cases for my Galaxy Nexus lately. After my iPhone back glass got busted by a very minor fall and my wife busting her iPhone’s front glass a couple of weeks ago, I am thinking about protecting my phones better. I really like using a device without a case, but they […]

Nokia Steps Up Big Time, Admits Trouble and Offers Fix for Lumia 900


As noted yesterday, Nokia Lumia 900 users were experiencing data issues in areas that they should have coverage. There were a couple of temporary fixes posted online to get around these issues. Today, Nokia stepped up to the plate and unlike a certain fruit company, admitted fault and offered a solution. The issue was identified […]

How to Get More Screen Real Estate for your Android Phone


Android phones have a set resolution and pixel density from the factory, but it;s easy to tweak this for a better user experience and more screen real estate. Looking at screenshots posted online, Android users may notice that someone who has their phone has more real estate on their screen. Chances are that they have adjusted […]