K. T. Bradford

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.
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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?
Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight

Hands-On: $139 Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight (Video)

Today Barnes and Noble announced their new Nook eReader, which is strikingly similar to the “old” Nook eReader. The updated model adds a new feature that aims to solve the last major problem with eInk eReaders: you need a light if you want to read in the dark. The new Nook adds a feature dubbed GlowLight which lights up the eInk display with an adjustable, easy-on-the-eyes light that is bright enough to read by but not enough to disturb someone next to you.
Using the Galaxy Tab 2 With Your TV

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Review: Using The Tablet With Your TV

According to research cited by Samsung, over 80% of tablet owners use the device while sitting in front of the TV. Because of this, Samsung included an IR blaster on the Galaxy Tab 2 along with the Peel Smart Remote app. The idea is to make the Tab 2 the center of your home media setup, thus making it the center of your world.
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How To Use Google Voice With Android Tablets And Media Players

Even though my tablet doesn't have a number and can't make calls (without help), it's still a useful platform for Google Voice. Same with Android media players like the Samsung Galaxy Player. In fact, with Google Voice you can turn a non-phone device into a free texting paradise for a kid or teen.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Review – $249 Android Tablet

Samsung's new Galaxy Tab represents a welcome shift in the company's attitude toward the tablet market. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 offers the full tablet experience with the newest Android operating system, Bluetooth, cameras, and a few other extras Amazon and Barnes & Noble's tablets don't offer. All for $249.
World Of Goo

15 Best Android Games

There are thousands of games in Google's aptly named Play Store. However, don't be taken in by knock-offs or boring games. These 15 games are favorites here at GBM. They range from deceptively simple casual games, physic-based puzzlers, games you can play with friends, and several safe for kids and adults.

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.