K. T. Bradford

Toshiba Excite 10 LE

Toshiba Excite 10 LE Review

Last year Toshiba waded into the Android tablet market with the Thrive, a 10.1-inch slate that served as the company's response to what they deemed missing in t...
HTC One X

HTC One X Review | $199 AT&T 4G LTE

HTC hopes to regain their King of the Hill status in the realm of Android smartphones with the One series, and the HTC One X is the flagship of the line. Featuring LTE speeds, a robust processor, a great camera plus a really good audio experience, the One X has what it takes to be a fabulous phone.

Kindle Touch vs Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight

Taking each of these eReaders' features and functionality into consideration, which one is best? It depends on what you need and how you read. Read our in-depth comparison between the Amazon Kindle Touch and the Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight to help you decide which one you should buy.
HTC One S

T-Mobile HTC One S Review

The HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE may be getting the lion’s share of attention from Android lovers these days, but there are two other handsets in the HTC One se...
HTC EVO 4G LTE

HTC EVO 4G LTE More Popular Than Galaxy Nexus For Sprint?

Yesterday I asked you, our dear readers, whether you preferred stock Android or a skin like HTC Sense for your smartphone. So far the voting shows a distinct trend: stock Android rules. However, looking at the comparison post I did between the new HTC EVO 4G LTE and the Galaxy Nexus, readers overwhelmingly voted for the Evo.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab Guide | 10.1, 8.9 and 7-inch Tablets Explained

Navigating the many Samsung tablets available can be a bit confusing, so I put together a Guide to the Galaxy Tab to help you sort them out. Below is a list of all the Samsung tablets either currently on sale or announced starting with 10-inch devices and moving on down. (I know I'm cheating a little by including the Galaxy Note, but it's a tablet!)
Nook Tablet vs Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Nook Tablet vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)

If you read my post comparing the Kindle Fire to the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, you probably think you know how this particular matchup is going to end. After all, the Nook has many of the same limitations as the Fire, including limited hardware and app selection. However, the Nook has some benefits over the Kindle Fire that make it a better choice for some consumers, even over the Tab 2.
Ice Cream Sandwich

Poll: Stock Android or Android With A Skin?

HTC Sense is one of the most extensive Android user interface "skins" or "overlays" or whatever you want to call them. I also think it's the best. However, I know there are many of you out there who abhor all skins and want the pure Google experience or nothing else. There are pros and cons to both.

Best Cheap Gas Finder App For Android

It looks like the high cost of gas isn’t going down anytime soon, even if we increase domestic drilling as certain candidates for the presidency suggest. The best way to avoid paying too much at the pump is to keep on top of the cheapest gas prices in your area. Luckily you can do so right from your Android smartphone.
Kindle Fire vs Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Kindle Fire vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)

With the introduction of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Samsung has entered the low-cost tablet space with an excellent entrant. Priced at $249, it’s only $50 more than the $199 Kindle Fire from Amazon. The price alone is enough to tempt many users, but $50 is a significant gap when budgets are tight. Is the Galaxy Tab 2 worth the $50 premium?

K. T. Bradford

K. T. is a lover of technology, gadgets, and all things geek. She has the enviable job of playing with evaluating mobile tech and apps all day. Follow K. T. on Twitter @KTBradford, on Google+ and Tumblr or email her via her website, KTBradford.com.