Now you can get the Lapdock for the Motorola ATRIX 4G for $50


If I was still using my Motorola Atrix 4G, I’d be all over this deal. Apparently, the Motorola Lapdock that Motorola and AT&T designed to work seamlessly with the Atrix 4G is now on sale. You can get it for $50 after a $249.00 rebate. This isn’t a rebate card though, it appears that it’s […]

iPhone 4S (and iPhone 4) Speed Test: AT&T vs. Verizon


What happens when you take the same phone (almost) on 3 different carriers and have a speed test party? Nothing special, but it does make for a good conversation. Tonight, I have some screenshots created by a friend of mine. He took the AT&T iPhone 4S, the Sprint iPhone 4S and the Verizon iPhone 4 […]

Moving from Android to Windows Phone 7 Part 6: The Verdict


This experiment has come to a close. I will continue to use the HTC Titan, running Windows Phone 7.5, but it will not be my daily driver. This might come as a shock to anyone that knows me already, but I am not ready to return to the Windows Phone (WinMo) camp permanently yet. I did say […]

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Unboxing


The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket is the 2nd best Galaxy S phone out there, second only to the newly announced Galaxy Nexus. The Skyrocket is an upgraded version of the Galaxy S II series from Samsung. The Skyrocket has a slightly larger screen, a larger battery, and quicker CPU than the regular Galaxy S […]

iOS 5.1 BETA is on the streets for developers!


It looks like Apple is trying to get this one out there quick. Today, they have released code for iOS 5.1 to developers.  This appears to be a minor update that fixes several bugs and updates APIs for iCloud storage. This update is available for the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad and 3rd/4th […]

Mehdoh for Windows Phone Review [Video]

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My search for a Twitter client that has all the features I need has come down to a couple of choices. Mehdoh is one of those choices and so far seems to be the best for my needs. I purchased a handful of apps to test and showcased them in the video I did a couple of […]

Gift Guide: For the Console Gamer


Do you have a gamer to buy for this year? I am here to help. I have experience with all 3 of the main consoles: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii. No matter what console the gamer on your list owns, this list has something they’ll love: the hottest games, most sought-after accessories […]

Full House Poker for Windows Phone Review [Video]


I love Texas Hold’em Poker. I used to play a lot online, but the US Government put an end to that. I would play for fun on Facebook, but when there is no real action involved, people play loose and just roll the dice. There is no fun in that. When playing against computer opponents, […]

Get $25 worth of free Windows Phone apps on Microsoft


With all the junk eMail we get these days, it’s great to get one that has something good! This is one of those. Free Stuff. Well, almost free. If you are in the market for a new phone and you are considering Windows Phone, Microsoft has a deal for you. Sure, it’s not a free […]

HTC Titan battery life and camera samples


In my series showing my transition from Android back to Windows Phone, I have noted that the battery life has been lacking on the HTC Titan. I know the reason for this is that I couldn’t put the phone down for more than 10 minutes. It was in my hand all day for the 1st […]

Kupa X11 Pro Unboxing and 1st Look [Video]


I received the Kupa X11 Pro today. This is the cool Windows 7 Tablet that Chuong got some hands on with back at CTIA last month. The model I received was the X11 Pro. This model will cost you around $799 and is considered the middle of the road model. The Kupa X11 Classic is […]

Create custom ringtones with Windows Phone 7.5


We told Microsoft we wanted custom ring tones and they finally listened. Today Microsoft posted “Custom ringtones: A visual guide” over on their Windows Phone Blog. I won’t snatch their huge image and give you zero reason to visit, so head over and check it out. It pretty much sums it all up nicely. The […]

Don’t forget about the old school case makers!


Are you from the old days of the Pocket PC? Do names like Vaja, Sena, Covertec, Krussel, and Piel Frama ring a bell? It seems these days that newer case makers are getting put front and center in the carrier’s stores, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and other outlets. The only case maker I consider old school […]

Windows Phone 7 Twitter clients, Which app works best for you?


Unfortunately, there is no true answer to this question. All the apps have their advantages and disadvantage. I have purchased and poked around in most of the major Twitter clients available for Windows Phone 7. I am not totally sold on which one I like the most yet, but I do have it narrowed down […]

How to unlock your Windows Phone 7 device


Let me start out saying that I am not a big fan of unlocking, rooting, and jailbreaking phones. It’s not that I see something fundamentally wrong with doing so, it’s just that I am lazy. I have jailbroken iPhones before and even rooted Android phones, but I am very simple and don’t normally need added […]