Member since: Oct 29th, 2008
Dec 3rd 2011 9:48AM I don't like Gamebreaker.TV it strikes me as fake and forced and the host thinks he way cooler than he actually is.
Apr 18th 2011 2:19PM Cool! Good luck to everyone who applied.
Apr 6th 2011 12:25PM I usae my PC for music all the time and use Winamp as my media player of choice but i would love a better program to come along but all these alphas and betas and free software things are making me crazy, if some one released a hight quality FAST indexing music player that worked with last FM (without plugin) and i could search i would soooooo pay for that.
Mar 30th 2011 1:43PM just more reasons to use Gtalk then
Mar 30th 2011 1:35PM I hope google tried to push a little harder with buzz now it was a good idea and its a shame it hasnt taken off its so flexible, its like a more useful version of twitter.
Mar 30th 2011 9:41AM well, thats a fantastic idea, its like living in the future. I sure hope it catches on, i can see lots of potential uses for a super brain that lives in the google-sphere and answered out quick real time questions.
Mar 21st 2011 2:45PM I use web of trust... is this better do you think?
Mar 16th 2011 5:05AM I use google docs ALLOT and this would be aq fantastic update, i would also like the ability to use a page by page view
Mar 12th 2011 4:32PM to be honest i think its a good move. i currently use Tweetcaster on my Android phone but in light of this i think i will switch to the official twitter client at least for now.
Mar 6th 2011 2:46PM RULES FOR STAYING SECURE1 - Always read user submitted reviews.2 - READ the screen that tells you what the application will access.3 - install something like Dr Web or any other antivirus (they got good better) 4 - backup you important info regularly. (Just in Case) 5 - if you install something and then notice your phone acting sluggish or battery draining allot remove it! follow those 5 steps and you are about as secure as you can be if your a market junkie.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble